Posts Tagged: research

Writing a Journal Article from Professional Practice – Forget Chaterera Zambuko, Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for writing an article from professional practice.

Writing a Journal Article from Professional Practice – Forget Chaterera Zambuko, Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for writing an article from professional practice.

Writing a Journal Article from a Dissertation – Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for turning a dissertation into a journal article.

Writing a Journal Article from a Dissertation – Helen Hockx-Yu, Victoria Hoyle, and Sarah-Joy Maddeaux

The Archives and Records journal editorial team share their top tips for turning a dissertation into a journal article.

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.

Publishing Research as a New Professional – Kathleen Brennan

Wondering what to do with your dissertation following an archives and records management MA? Here Kathleen Brennan shares her experience of publishing research as a new professional.

Publishing Research as a New Professional – Kathleen Brennan

Wondering what to do with your dissertation following an archives and records management MA? Here Kathleen Brennan shares her experience of publishing research as a new professional.

Working with Onsite and Crowdsourced Volunteers – Rosie Denton

Rosie Denton outlines findings from her dissertation research into crowdsourcing and volunteering in archives.

Working with Onsite and Crowdsourced Volunteers – Rosie Denton

Rosie Denton outlines findings from her dissertation research into crowdsourcing and volunteering in archives.

Archives, Dementia and Reminiscence – Medha Chotai

Medha Chotai shares findings from her dissertation research into measuring the impact of reminiscence services in archives.

Archives, Dementia and Reminiscence – Medha Chotai

Medha Chotai shares findings from her dissertation research into measuring the impact of reminiscence services in archives.

Continuing education – Thoughts on an Archive PhD

In this feature post, Victoria Stobo from the University of Glasgow describes her experiences as a PhD student. I never considered doing a PhD until I ended up doing one. I know that sounds absurd, but I’ve managed to undertake

Continuing education – Thoughts on an Archive PhD

In this feature post, Victoria Stobo from the University of Glasgow describes her experiences as a PhD student. I never considered doing a PhD until I ended up doing one. I know that sounds absurd, but I’ve managed to undertake

How to catalogue complex (and occasionally baffling!) scientific records…

Is this feature post, New Professional Archivist Emma Anthony talks about cataloguing records with an unfamiliar subject. After working as an archivist for 3 years, I’m rapidly getting used to cataloguing collections dealing with topics I haven’t the faintest idea

How to catalogue complex (and occasionally baffling!) scientific records…

Is this feature post, New Professional Archivist Emma Anthony talks about cataloguing records with an unfamiliar subject. After working as an archivist for 3 years, I’m rapidly getting used to cataloguing collections dealing with topics I haven’t the faintest idea

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