Pass It On: Scotland’s Sporting Heritage Conference – Ian MacKintosh

At the end of February 2017, a special one-day conference was held at the University of Stirling to celebrate Scotland’s sporting heritage. Ian Mackintosh, Exhibition Assistant, describes how this aspect of Scottish history is being preserved, celebrated and shared.

Pass It On: Scotland’s Sporting Heritage Conference – Ian MacKintosh

At the end of February 2017, a special one-day conference was held at the University of Stirling to celebrate Scotland’s sporting heritage. Ian Mackintosh, Exhibition Assistant, describes how this aspect of Scottish history is being preserved, celebrated and shared.

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How I Started – Geoffrey Yeo

Another well-known name in the archives world writes for us this week – a name that is probably familiar to all, and one whose papers we’ve all read. Geoffrey Yeo very kindly shares what inspired him towards the archives sector and his fascinating career since.

How I Started

How I Started – Geoffrey Yeo

Another well-known name in the archives world writes for us this week – a name that is probably familiar to all, and one whose papers we’ve all read. Geoffrey Yeo very kindly shares what inspired him towards the archives sector and his fascinating career since.

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How I Started – Tony King

Shining a light on the Conservation field this week is Tony King, Senior Conservator for Cumbria Archive Service in Carlisle. He shares with us how his passion for his craft emerged after first training as an Archivist.

How I Started...

How I Started – Tony King

Shining a light on the Conservation field this week is Tony King, Senior Conservator for Cumbria Archive Service in Carlisle. He shares with us how his passion for his craft emerged after first training as an Archivist.

Digital Preservation Awards 2016 – Celebrate preserving our digital legacy

The Digital Preservation Awards ceremony in November 2016 was a time to celebrate significant and innovative contributions to maintaining our digital legacy from across the world. Sarah Middleton of the Digital Preservation Coalition tells us more about it in this week’s blog.

Digital Preservation Awards 2016 – Celebrate preserving our digital legacy

The Digital Preservation Awards ceremony in November 2016 was a time to celebrate significant and innovative contributions to maintaining our digital legacy from across the world. Sarah Middleton of the Digital Preservation Coalition tells us more about it in this week’s blog.

Hannah James – Restarting as an Archivist

Ever thought about making a mid-life career change to become an archivist but not sure where or how to begin? In this first post of 2017, Hannah James (Records Manager, Project Archivist, CAIS student, and volunteer) shares her experience doing just that.

Hannah James – Restarting as an Archivist

Ever thought about making a mid-life career change to become an archivist but not sure where or how to begin? In this first post of 2017, Hannah James (Records Manager, Project Archivist, CAIS student, and volunteer) shares her experience doing just that.

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How I Started – Melinda Haunton

Melinda Haunton from The National Archives writes for us again, this time sharing her story of what inspired her to become an archivist, and the route she took to get there.

How I Started...

How I Started – Melinda Haunton

Melinda Haunton from The National Archives writes for us again, this time sharing her story of what inspired her to become an archivist, and the route she took to get there.

How I Started – Nick Richbell

This week’s post is from Nick Richbell, Head of Special Collections and Archives at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Beginning with his childhood in England, Nick shares how he switched careers later in life and the struggles he had to gain a foothold in the archives sector.

How I Started – Nick Richbell

This week’s post is from Nick Richbell, Head of Special Collections and Archives at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Beginning with his childhood in England, Nick shares how he switched careers later in life and the struggles he had to gain a foothold in the archives sector.