Posts Tagged: projects

Paying attention to details – Laura Benvie

Laura Benvie shares how she has celebrated the small details of large-scale archive projects using #100days100details.

Paying attention to details – Laura Benvie

Laura Benvie shares how she has celebrated the small details of large-scale archive projects using #100days100details.

Refugee Rights in Records at the Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies – Kate Doughty

Kate Doughty shares her experience of working on the Refugee Rights in Records project.

Refugee Rights in Records at the Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies – Kate Doughty

Kate Doughty shares her experience of working on the Refugee Rights in Records project.

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.

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.

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Q&A- Digital Preservation Coalition Representatives

Q&A Blogs give you a chance to have your questions answered by experienced professionals. The questions for this post were answered by Sharon McMeekin – Head of Workforce Development and Skills, Angela Dappert  – Head of Research and Practice and

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Q&A- Digital Preservation Coalition Representatives

Q&A Blogs give you a chance to have your questions answered by experienced professionals. The questions for this post were answered by Sharon McMeekin – Head of Workforce Development and Skills, Angela Dappert  – Head of Research and Practice and