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Reinventing Archival Methods – Program now available

Reinventing Archival Methods Nov 26 2012(PDF, 295 KB) There’s only a couple of weeks to go until Reinventing Archival Methods workshop. Many apologies to those who missed out, but we will aim to have reports from the event posted here … Continue reading

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Reinventing Archival Methods

A two day workshop, Sydney, 29 – 30 November 2012 Reinventing Archival Methods is a co-presentation by the Australian Society of Archivists and the Recordkeeping Roundtable Sorry, this event is now full.  The digital deluge is upon us: On 13 … Continue reading

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Tim Robinson on privacy, FOI and recordkeeping

Transcript of talk by Tim Robinson from the Freedom of information? panel discussion held in Sydney on February 29  2012. I’ve suddenly thought of… some years ago, just after the State Records Act was introduced I was at a retreat, at a couple … Continue reading

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The Hunting of the Snark (Looking for Digital “Series”)

On Friday 25 October 2011, 40 archivists from across Australia and New Zealand attended our workshop, Drawing insight and inspiration from tradition: Digital recordkeeping and the Australian series system. Our starting point for the workshop was Peter Scott’s series system and … Continue reading

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Did you have any idea? Video series in support of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange

Award winning Sydney based documentary filmmaker Cathy Vogan has been filming and interviewing Australians about why they support WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. Her subjects have included Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam, Media Watch presenter Jonathan Holmes and Australia’s first female … Continue reading

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The work of Peter Scott, an overview

By Kate Cumming At the recent Recordkeeping Roundtable event ‘Drawing insight and inspiration from tradition: The Australian Series System and digital recordkeeping’ I spoke about the history of the series system. Referencing Terry Cook (and Shakepeare!), I argued that ‘What is … Continue reading

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Digital recordkeeping and the series system

On Friday 25 October, 40 archivists from across Australia and New Zealand attended our workshop, Drawing insight and inspiration from tradition: Digital recordkeeping and the Australian series system. The workshop was inspired by the release of the landmark Australian Society … Continue reading

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Drawing insight and inspiration from tradition: The Australian Series System and digital recordkeeping – An interactive workshop

Archival institutions the world over are battling to reinvent their traditional processes, practices and systems in order to deal with the scale, complexity and richness of contemporary digital records. Come and join speakers from Archives New Zealand, the Public Record … Continue reading

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