MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!
Depending on sufficient registration, ANLA proposes to offer its five-day introductory Basic Archives workshop from May 15-19, 2017 in St. John’s. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how to obtain physical, administrative and intellectual control of both your historical records and the records of your organization. This five-day workshop is intended to introduce participants to basic archival skills through in-class exercises and “hands-on” demonstrations. Topics to be covered include:
- introduction to archival concepts and vocabulary
- appraisal and selection of archival material
- arrangement of archival material
- description of archival material
- preservation of archival material
- access and reference issues
Cost: $150 (includes 1 year individual membership and a copy of ANLA’s nationally-recognized Basic Archives binder)
Pre-registration required: minimum registration of 10 people required
More details to follow. For further information contact the ANLA office.
The Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives presents a workshop on
Planning digitization projects
April 27- 28, 2017 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Archdiocesan Pastoral Centre Conference Room, 200 Military Road, St. John’s (tentative)
Day one of this two-day workshop will introduce participants to digitization standards for specific media. Day two of the workshop will focus on planning a digitization project and will include advice for people who don’t know much about the digital world. The session will conclude with presentations from organizations which have done or are now doing large digitization projects.
Registration deadline: Participants must register for this course by April 24, 2017.
Fees: One day: $50 for ANLA members $75 for non-members
Both days $100 for ANLA members $125 for non-members
Some financial assistance for transportation costs is available for members: please contact the ANLA office for more information.
Just a reminder that we have just passed the halfway mark for the deadline to fill out the 2017 Government of Canada Survey of Heritage Institutions. This survey collects information that’s extremely useful to our provincial heritage community. Please take the time to fill it out if you haven’t already done so!