Posts Tagged: outreach

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.

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.

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.

New Professionals and Outreach – Some Welcome Advice

In this second post from Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office, Jenny Moran offers advice to new professionals about outreach activities and developing new skills.

New Professionals and Outreach – Some Welcome Advice

In this second post from Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office, Jenny Moran offers advice to new professionals about outreach activities and developing new skills.

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!

All about the Archives Hub

The Archives Hub is a Jisc service providing a gateway to thousands of the UK’s richest archives. Launched as a ‘proof of concept’ project in 1999, to bring together searchable descriptions of archives for UK education and research, the Hub

All about the Archives Hub

The Archives Hub is a Jisc service providing a gateway to thousands of the UK’s richest archives. Launched as a ‘proof of concept’ project in 1999, to bring together searchable descriptions of archives for UK education and research, the Hub

Events Watch

Making the Case- Outreach and Advocacy at King’s Manor

This Eventswatch post, written by Kelda Roe talks about the Northern Region Mini Conference.  Friday 27th June saw the annual Northern Region mini-conference take place at King’s Manor in York – This year focussed on advocacy and was entitled ‘Making

Events Watch

Making the Case- Outreach and Advocacy at King’s Manor

This Eventswatch post, written by Kelda Roe talks about the Northern Region Mini Conference.  Friday 27th June saw the annual Northern Region mini-conference take place at King’s Manor in York – This year focussed on advocacy and was entitled ‘Making

Explore Your Archive

Explore Your Archive – A New Professional’s Perspective

People who visit archives regularly or work with them on a daily basis realise what a wonderful resource they are – we are the converted. However, the general perception of archives or archivists can vary quite widely. Lots of people

Explore Your Archive

Explore Your Archive – A New Professional’s Perspective

People who visit archives regularly or work with them on a daily basis realise what a wonderful resource they are – we are the converted. However, the general perception of archives or archivists can vary quite widely. Lots of people

Nurse Ethel Miller’s autograph book

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 1

This is the first in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. Five weeks ago I was very lucky to be chosen as the first

Nurse Ethel Miller’s autograph book

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 1

This is the first in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. Five weeks ago I was very lucky to be chosen as the first

How I Started...

How I Started – Jessica Page

Information professionals recount their early career experiences. This time: Jessica Page, Boots Archives and Records Assistant I was overwhelmed with joy when I received an offer of a place to study a Masters in Archives and Records Management at University

How I Started...

How I Started – Jessica Page

Information professionals recount their early career experiences. This time: Jessica Page, Boots Archives and Records Assistant I was overwhelmed with joy when I received an offer of a place to study a Masters in Archives and Records Management at University