Posts Tagged: universities

How I Started – Nick Richbell

This week’s post is from Nick Richbell, Head of Special Collections and Archives at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Beginning with his childhood in England, Nick shares how he switched careers later in life and the struggles he had to gain a foothold in the archives sector.

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How I Started – Nick Richbell

This week’s post is from Nick Richbell, Head of Special Collections and Archives at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Beginning with his childhood in England, Nick shares how he switched careers later in life and the struggles he had to gain a foothold in the archives sector.

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How I Started – Peter Foden

In this post, ‘man of many talents’, Peter Foden, describes the path that led to his very diverse career ranging from teaching students to managing the archives of a stately home.

How I Started...

How I Started – Peter Foden

In this post, ‘man of many talents’, Peter Foden, describes the path that led to his very diverse career ranging from teaching students to managing the archives of a stately home.

Events Watch

Events watch – Sarah Colborne, Enhancing impact, inspiring excellence: collaborative approaches between archives and universities

The University of Birmingham recently hosted a conference in association with the National Archives and Research Libraries UK: Enhancing impact, inspiring excellence: collaborative approaches between archives and universities. This free event offered a packed 8 hours of papers and case

Events Watch

Events watch – Sarah Colborne, Enhancing impact, inspiring excellence: collaborative approaches between archives and universities

The University of Birmingham recently hosted a conference in association with the National Archives and Research Libraries UK: Enhancing impact, inspiring excellence: collaborative approaches between archives and universities. This free event offered a packed 8 hours of papers and case