Posts Tagged: archives

‘Dream of the Dead, Hear From the Living’: Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies’ new artists residency programme – Elizabeth Shuck

A slightly different theme this week. Liverpool University’s Centre for Archive Studies recently established an Artist in Residence programme which culminated in an exhibition that opened this very week. Elizabeth very kindly has written about the project.

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‘Dream of the Dead, Hear From the Living’: Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies’ new artists residency programme – Elizabeth Shuck

A slightly different theme this week. Liverpool University’s Centre for Archive Studies recently established an Artist in Residence programme which culminated in an exhibition that opened this very week. Elizabeth very kindly has written about the project.

Digital Preservation: Reflection and a microcosm of challenges – Chris Loftus

Concerns about the longevity and stability of digital records is something that plays on the mind of a lot of archivists. As a new professional in his field, Chris shares with us his experience and his ideas on how to approach these challenges.

Digital Preservation: Reflection and a microcosm of challenges – Chris Loftus

Concerns about the longevity and stability of digital records is something that plays on the mind of a lot of archivists. As a new professional in his field, Chris shares with us his experience and his ideas on how to approach these challenges.

More Experience Required: The Trials and Tribulations of a New Professional – Anouska Lester

To be told you “don’t have enough experience” when being turned down for jobs is demoralising and frustrating, as many of us can relate. In this insightful post, Anouska Lester from Milton Keynes writes about what she’s doing to combat this.

More Experience Required: The Trials and Tribulations of a New Professional – Anouska Lester

To be told you “don’t have enough experience” when being turned down for jobs is demoralising and frustrating, as many of us can relate. In this insightful post, Anouska Lester from Milton Keynes writes about what she’s doing to combat this.

How I Started – Sally Chalmers

This week’s post was submitted to us by Sally Chalmers, Skills for the Future Trainee at Midlothian Council Archives, a self-professed “history nerd” who found her calling in archives.

How I Started – Sally Chalmers

This week’s post was submitted to us by Sally Chalmers, Skills for the Future Trainee at Midlothian Council Archives, a self-professed “history nerd” who found her calling in archives.

10 Years: 1 Week – Ian Johnson

What was originally conceived of as a ‘How I Started’ piece, is now more of a reflection of a ‘not so typical’ week in the life of a University Special Collections and Archive. Ian Johnson from Newcastle University contributes this week’s post.

10 Years: 1 Week – Ian Johnson

What was originally conceived of as a ‘How I Started’ piece, is now more of a reflection of a ‘not so typical’ week in the life of a University Special Collections and Archive. Ian Johnson from Newcastle University contributes this week’s post.

Over the Top in Leicestershire

In the first of 2 posts written by the staff at Leicestershire Record Office, they talk about an innovative way of dealing with budget constraints and low morale – by re-enacting World War One!

Over the Top in Leicestershire

In the first of 2 posts written by the staff at Leicestershire Record Office, they talk about an innovative way of dealing with budget constraints and low morale – by re-enacting World War One!

How I Started...

How I Started – Luciana Duranti

This post was kindly written by Luciana Duranti, Professor of Archival Studies at the University of British Columbia in which she talks about her fascinating journey into the archives field.

How I Started...

How I Started – Luciana Duranti

This post was kindly written by Luciana Duranti, Professor of Archival Studies at the University of British Columbia in which she talks about her fascinating journey into the archives field.