How I Started

How I Started – James Lowry

Writing for us this week is James Lowry, whose career in records management has taken him across Australia, Africa and the UK. He very kindly agreed to share his exciting journey with us.

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How I Started

How I Started – James Lowry

Writing for us this week is James Lowry, whose career in records management has taken him across Australia, Africa and the UK. He very kindly agreed to share his exciting journey with us.

A New Professional’s Experience Working as an Assistant Digital Records Manager – Aoife Morrissey

Getting employees engaged in records management can be challenging. However, Aoife has found innovative ways of selling its importance to her co-workers in her new role as Assistant Digital Records Manager in Ireland.

A New Professional’s Experience Working as an Assistant Digital Records Manager – Aoife Morrissey

Getting employees engaged in records management can be challenging. However, Aoife has found innovative ways of selling its importance to her co-workers in her new role as Assistant Digital Records Manager in Ireland.

No Time to Wait – Liam Diskin

This week’s post was contributed by Liam Diskin who recently attended a two-day conference in Austria to learn more about preserving audiovisual archives in the face of ever-changing technology.

No Time to Wait – Liam Diskin

This week’s post was contributed by Liam Diskin who recently attended a two-day conference in Austria to learn more about preserving audiovisual archives in the face of ever-changing technology.

Archive Trainees’ visit to LSE Library and Special Collections – Danielle Boldero

In this first blog of 2018, Danielle Boldero talks about a recent Archives Trainees’ visit where she learnt all about the different types of Archives and Records Management courses available and how best to choose which one, as well as learning about the fascinating collections at the LSE Library.

Archive Trainees’ visit to LSE Library and Special Collections – Danielle Boldero

In this first blog of 2018, Danielle Boldero talks about a recent Archives Trainees’ visit where she learnt all about the different types of Archives and Records Management courses available and how best to choose which one, as well as learning about the fascinating collections at the LSE Library.

Archive Hour – Get involved & have fun!

This last post of 2017 ends on a festive note. ARA’s Julie Devenney and Niamh Ni Charra invite you to Archive Hour on 28th December and explain how to get involved.

Archive Hour – Get involved & have fun!

This last post of 2017 ends on a festive note. ARA’s Julie Devenney and Niamh Ni Charra invite you to Archive Hour on 28th December and explain how to get involved.

A New Professional’s Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

With the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect in 2018, we thought we would give some guidance on this new legislation and what it means to new professionals.

A New Professional’s Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

With the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect in 2018, we thought we would give some guidance on this new legislation and what it means to new professionals.

A Canadian Student’s Co-op Experience

Currently studying for her MA in Archives and Records Management in Canada is Anne Williams. She writes for us about her experience on the course and the required 8-month work placement undertaken as part of her degree. It provides a fascinating insight into an archival degree course overseas, and how it differs from those in the UK.

A Canadian Student’s Co-op Experience

Currently studying for her MA in Archives and Records Management in Canada is Anne Williams. She writes for us about her experience on the course and the required 8-month work placement undertaken as part of her degree. It provides a fascinating insight into an archival degree course overseas, and how it differs from those in the UK.