Posts Tagged: cataloguing

Lessons from Working Through Lockdown – Rosemary Hall

Rosemary Hall shares tips for using technology to adapt to working from home and to be prepared for short-notice lockdown announcements.

Lessons from Working Through Lockdown – Rosemary Hall

Rosemary Hall shares tips for using technology to adapt to working from home and to be prepared for short-notice lockdown announcements.

Being a Lone Archivist as a New Professional – Rosie Vizor

Garden Museum Archivist Rosie Vizor looks at the varied responsibilities of a lone archivist.

Being a Lone Archivist as a New Professional – Rosie Vizor

Garden Museum Archivist Rosie Vizor looks at the varied responsibilities of a lone archivist.

Cataloguing the Papers of the Island History Trust – Abigail Williams

Abigail Williams discusses cataloguing the papers of the Island History Trust and the importance of upholding community ownership over the collection.

Cataloguing the Papers of the Island History Trust – Abigail Williams

Abigail Williams discusses cataloguing the papers of the Island History Trust and the importance of upholding community ownership over the collection.

Time, Money, Resources – Melissa Read

Australian archivist and records manager, Melissa Read, discusses the balancing act of completing funded cataloguing projects and seeking resources for regular cataloguing work.

Time, Money, Resources – Melissa Read

Australian archivist and records manager, Melissa Read, discusses the balancing act of completing funded cataloguing projects and seeking resources for regular cataloguing work.

How I Started...

How I Started – Megan Joyce

Imperial War Museum Archive Assistant Megan Joyce shares how a love of social history led her to pursue a career in archives.

How I Started...

How I Started – Megan Joyce

Imperial War Museum Archive Assistant Megan Joyce shares how a love of social history led her to pursue a career in archives.

Misadventures in Parish Magazines – Rosie Denton

This week’s post is from Rosie, an Archives Trainee at the Borthwick Institute. Here, she writes about an interesting project involving 150-years worth of parish magazines.

Misadventures in Parish Magazines – Rosie Denton

This week’s post is from Rosie, an Archives Trainee at the Borthwick Institute. Here, she writes about an interesting project involving 150-years worth of parish magazines.

Manage Your Collections – Contributing to Discovery

Harriet Costelloe from The National Archives writes our post for us this week. As Digital Development Officer she’s involved in an exciting new project where archive services can contribute to the TNA’s Discovery online catalogue.

Manage Your Collections – Contributing to Discovery

Harriet Costelloe from The National Archives writes our post for us this week. As Digital Development Officer she’s involved in an exciting new project where archive services can contribute to the TNA’s Discovery online catalogue.

Project Working- A New Professionals Perspective

In this feature article, Hannah Riggott talks about her experience as a project archivist and how she tackled her project. The Hepworth Wakefield opened in 2011. The development on the banks of the river Calder is one of the most

Project Working- A New Professionals Perspective

In this feature article, Hannah Riggott talks about her experience as a project archivist and how she tackled her project. The Hepworth Wakefield opened in 2011. The development on the banks of the river Calder is one of the most

Lillian Lindsay

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 2

This is the second in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. My name is Sharon Boyle and I’m the Archive Intern at Lothian Health

Lillian Lindsay

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 2

This is the second in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. My name is Sharon Boyle and I’m the Archive Intern at Lothian Health