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Archivists and journalists: It’s time to get serious
First up, thanks to Eira Tansey, whose Tweet prompted me to finally get back here and have a rant. Archivists we need to be very clear that our best professional allies in the days ahead are journalists & scientists https://t.co/VnMnYSY1Y2 … Continue reading
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Rising to the challenge: Are records professionals up to the task?
Some of us Roundtablers were honoured to be speakers at a conference at Beijing’s Renmin University in early June. Keynoting at that event was distinguished archivist and Roundie friend Hans Hofman. Hans’s talk was on a subject many of us … Continue reading
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Reinventing Archival Methods: Am I part of the problem or part of the solution?
Mark Crookston I try to be a good archivist. I’m driven by the want to make the information system robust and efficient enough to support good governance; to enable communities (whomever they are) to have access to documentation to support … Continue reading
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