Posts Tagged: engagement

My Lockdown Dissertation Experience – Natalie White

Recent MA student Natalie White details the hidden blessings of completing studies during lockdown and shares findings of their research into creative engagament with archives.

My Lockdown Dissertation Experience – Natalie White

Recent MA student Natalie White details the hidden blessings of completing studies during lockdown and shares findings of their research into creative engagament with archives.

Establishing an Archive During a Pandemic – Lorraine Murray

Having planned to launch a new school archive in April 2020, Lorraine Murray shares how The Glasgow Academy promoted their new archive service remotely.

Establishing an Archive During a Pandemic – Lorraine Murray

Having planned to launch a new school archive in April 2020, Lorraine Murray shares how The Glasgow Academy promoted their new archive service remotely.

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.

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.

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.

University of Glasgow’s Great War Project – Katie McDonald

As the University of Glasgow’s Great War Project comes to an end, Project Assistant Katie McDonald reflects how such projects can engage with communities and distribute the information held in archives through different means.

University of Glasgow’s Great War Project – Katie McDonald

As the University of Glasgow’s Great War Project comes to an end, Project Assistant Katie McDonald reflects how such projects can engage with communities and distribute the information held in archives through different means.

Archives and Learning for All – Alicia Chilcott

Read about some excellent examples of learning projects discussed at a recent Archives for Learning and Education event.

Archives and Learning for All – Alicia Chilcott

Read about some excellent examples of learning projects discussed at a recent Archives for Learning and Education event.

A New Vision For Archives: Make Your Voices Heard

Are you new to the archives and records management profession? How would you like to have a say in developing a new vision for The National Archives? Are you interested in helping shape the future of the profession? In this guest post Melinda Haunton from The National Archives is calling on new professionals to get involved in an exciting collaborative approach to create a strategic plan for the future of archives.

A New Vision For Archives: Make Your Voices Heard

Are you new to the archives and records management profession? How would you like to have a say in developing a new vision for The National Archives? Are you interested in helping shape the future of the profession? In this guest post Melinda Haunton from The National Archives is calling on new professionals to get involved in an exciting collaborative approach to create a strategic plan for the future of archives.