Daisy Murray-Smith discusses her research into the management of historical police records.
Thomas Wales shares his experiences of completing a dissertation and changing jobs during the pandemic, offering some tips that he has found useful for video interviews.
This post compiles some of the advice circulating on how to manage archives and records services during the COVID-19 pandemic and look after your own wellbeing.
Getting employees engaged in records management can be challenging. However, Aoife has found innovative ways of selling its importance to her co-workers in her new role as Assistant Digital Records Manager in Ireland.
Following on from the last post, this week’s article continues with our Summer Seminar Recruitment Panel Q&A.
Another well-known name in the archives world writes for us this week – a name that is probably familiar to all, and one whose papers we’ve all read. Geoffrey Yeo very kindly shares what inspired him towards the archives sector and his fascinating career since.
Attending her first ever conference at the beginning of April was Sue Halwa, Assistant Records Manager, at Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council. Here is her view of the conference as a new professional.
Unlike some people in the world of archives and records I have to admit that I didn’t have an aspiration … More
Our second blog post from the Summer Seminar recruitment panel focusses on how to survive the job interview.
Sophie Kembrey concludes our three part series on copyright and the ARA Core Training Course The Copyright Debate My name … More