The National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) funds an annual Institute for the Study of Historical Editing. Known informally as "Camp Edit," the Institute is held in Madison, Wisconsin for one-week in June. For application materials and the latest information on Camp Edit, see the Institute information page.
The NHPRC also offers one-year post-graduate fellowships in Historical Editing. The host site for the NHPRC Fellowship varies from year to year. For the latest information and application materials see the Fellowship information page.
The techniques of documentary editing are taught at the following universities, and through practical training at editing projects and through specialized fellowships. There are also numerous graduate and undergraduate programs in Public History and Applied History that offer courses in documentary editing. If you would like your program to appear on this page, please contact the ADE webmaster.