DCDC Conference 2019 – Thomas Wales

Our Digital Training Officer, Thomas Wales, shares his key insights from attending DCDC Conference 2019.

DCDC Conference 2019 – Thomas Wales

Our Digital Training Officer, Thomas Wales, shares his key insights from attending DCDC Conference 2019.

Go Forth Laughing: Networking, Archival Humour and Memes – @ArchivistMemes

The archivist behind the @ArchivistMemes Twitter account discusses the importance of laughter and professional community.

Go Forth Laughing: Networking, Archival Humour and Memes – @ArchivistMemes

The archivist behind the @ArchivistMemes Twitter account discusses the importance of laughter and professional community.

Podcasting is a Playground: How Archiving Becomes a Creative Art Through Digital Storytelling – Annie Gilfillan

Annie Gilfillan, archivist and co-host of the Stories of Scotland podcast, discusses the use of archives in digital storytelling through podcasts.

Podcasting is a Playground: How Archiving Becomes a Creative Art Through Digital Storytelling – Annie Gilfillan

Annie Gilfillan, archivist and co-host of the Stories of Scotland podcast, discusses the use of archives in digital storytelling through podcasts.

Archives and Diversity are Cancelled. We Need Archival Intersectionality – Jasspreet Thethi

Jasspreet Thethi explains the benefits of adopting an intersectional approach to diversifying the archives sector.

Archives and Diversity are Cancelled. We Need Archival Intersectionality – Jasspreet Thethi

Jasspreet Thethi explains the benefits of adopting an intersectional approach to diversifying the archives sector.

ARA Conference 2019 – Lucy Brownson

New Professionals bursary recipient Lucy Brownson reports on Jass Thethi’s paper presented at ARA Conference 2019.

ARA Conference 2019 – Lucy Brownson

New Professionals bursary recipient Lucy Brownson reports on Jass Thethi’s paper presented at ARA Conference 2019.

Refugee Rights in Records at the Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies – Kate Doughty

Kate Doughty shares her experience of working on the Refugee Rights in Records project.

Refugee Rights in Records at the Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies – Kate Doughty

Kate Doughty shares her experience of working on the Refugee Rights in Records project.