Category Archives: Feature

Aberdeen Harbour Arrivals Transcription Project – Mollie Horne

Project Archivist Mollie Horne discusses online engagement through the Aberdeen Harbour Arrivals transcription project.

Aberdeen Harbour Arrivals Transcription Project – Mollie Horne

Project Archivist Mollie Horne discusses online engagement through the Aberdeen Harbour Arrivals transcription project.

Developing Digital Skills as an Archivist – Frederick Alexander

Digital Archivist Frederick Alexander discusses digital skills development.

Developing Digital Skills as an Archivist – Frederick Alexander

Digital Archivist Frederick Alexander discusses digital skills development.

Record Keeping in the Time of Coronavirus – Alicia Chilcott

This post compiles some of the advice circulating on how to manage archives and records services during the COVID-19 pandemic and look after your own wellbeing.

Record Keeping in the Time of Coronavirus – Alicia Chilcott

This post compiles some of the advice circulating on how to manage archives and records services during the COVID-19 pandemic and look after your own wellbeing.

Publishing Research as a New Professional – Kathleen Brennan

Wondering what to do with your dissertation following an archives and records management MA? Here Kathleen Brennan shares her experience of publishing research as a new professional.

Publishing Research as a New Professional – Kathleen Brennan

Wondering what to do with your dissertation following an archives and records management MA? Here Kathleen Brennan shares her experience of publishing research as a new professional.

Working with Onsite and Crowdsourced Volunteers – Rosie Denton

Rosie Denton outlines findings from her dissertation research into crowdsourcing and volunteering in archives.

Working with Onsite and Crowdsourced Volunteers – Rosie Denton

Rosie Denton outlines findings from her dissertation research into crowdsourcing and volunteering in archives.

Racial Intersectional Equality in the Archive: What We Can Take Forward from the ‘Decolonise the Curriculum’ Movement – Emma Pizarro

Emma Pizarro explores what the decolonise the curriculum movement can teach us about representation and inclusion in our collections.

Racial Intersectional Equality in the Archive: What We Can Take Forward from the ‘Decolonise the Curriculum’ Movement – Emma Pizarro

Emma Pizarro explores what the decolonise the curriculum movement can teach us about representation and inclusion in our collections.

Performing the Archive: Queer Classified Adverts from the 1920s – Vicky Iglikowski-Broad

Vicky Iglikowski-Broad explores how The National Archives have reached new audiences through archive-inspired performance.

Performing the Archive: Queer Classified Adverts from the 1920s – Vicky Iglikowski-Broad

Vicky Iglikowski-Broad explores how The National Archives have reached new audiences through archive-inspired performance.

Helpful Online Resources for New Professionals – Charlotte McCrory

School Archivist Charlotte McCrory shares some online resources offering helpful guidance to new professionals working with archives.

Helpful Online Resources for New Professionals – Charlotte McCrory

School Archivist Charlotte McCrory shares some online resources offering helpful guidance to new professionals working with archives.

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.