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News tagged: Archives

British Columbia’s Museum, Library, and Archives Associations Sign Partnership Agreement

News  March 25, 2017

BCMA, BCLA, and AABC commit to share expertise, embark on collaborative research projects, explore public outreach opportunities and identify joint funding ventures to strengthen the sector.


Early Bird Registration Open for ACA@UBC Seminar & Symposium

News  January 9, 2017

Sign up by January 27 to receive a reduced rate of $35 for all events.


Ottawa Declaration: A Call To Action

News  December 6, 2016

Guy Berthiaume closed the Taking it to the Streets Summit with a call to action for the library, archival and museum communities in the form of the Ottawa Declaration.


Theme Issue of Off the Record on Archives and Indigenous Issues

News  October 23, 2016

The latest issue of Off the Record, the Archives Association of Ontario’s (AAO) newsletter, is a theme issue on Archives and Indigenous Issues.


National, Provincial and Territorial Archivists’ Conference (NPTAC) Annual Report for 2015–2016

News  October 10, 2016

On behalf of the National, Provincial and Territorial Archivists’ Conference (NPTAC), we are proud to share an update on our work to create an annual statistical profile of Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial archives.


Survey – Secondary Trauma and Archivists: A Study into the Need for Services in the Canadian Archival Community

News  September 15, 2016

We are asking archivists and records professionals working in Canada to kindly participate in our study “Secondary Trauma and Archivists: A Study into the Need for Services in the Canadian Archival Community.”


Registration Open: Introduction to Archival Practice (distance education course)

News  June 27, 2016

Registration is now open for the AABC’s distance education course “Introduction to Archival Practice”.


Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement Public Consultations: Time To Object To Copyright Term Extension

News  April 8, 2016

Dr. Jean Dryden, a leading expert on Canadian copyright, is calling on the Canadian information community to use the public consultation process and let MPs know their concerns with the copyright provisions of the TPP.


Future of the Rules for Archival Description (RAD) – Preliminary Analysis of Survey Results

News  January 23, 2016

Preliminary analysis of returns from Canadian Committee on Archival Description’s (CCAD) survey on the future of the Canadian archival descriptive standard, the Rules for Archival Description (RAD).


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