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------_=_NextPart_001_01C523FE.F6A9E784-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 21:32:51 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0308 Suffolk Co, Tioga Co, Thief Sentenced Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news stories from around the world. IBM Launching Search Tools For XML Documents InternetNews.com - USA ... Content Manager and Document Manager to shore up network security. Lastly, IBM has bolstered its DB2 CommonStore archive and retention management software for e ... SUFFOLK County New York Clerk's Office Launches Enterprise Content ... Government Technology - Folsom,CA,USA ... 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Dear all,

I can't believe this subject hasn't been addressed at some point on the list but I can't find it in the list archive, so I'll ask again:

a) does anyone (in the UK) have a good source for reams of A4 acid-free photocopying paper -- I've already found PEL's Archive Text paper but would like to compare it with something else

b) is it worth using if the inks and toner are not archival quality? The archive copies will be made on the ordinary machine.

As usual, please send replies off-list NB not to this address but to archivist@balliol.ox.ac.uk, and I'll summarise for the list. thanks,

Anna

=====================
Anna Sander (Miss)
Lonsdale Curator of Archives and Manuscripts
Balliol College
Oxford OX1 3BJ
Tel. +44 (0)1865 277 776
Fax.+44 (0)1865 277 830
Email
archivist@balliol.ox.ac.uk


 



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From: Sian Roberts Subject: education records This request is posted on behalf of a colleague who is currently mapping records relating to Education as a subject for research in British Universities. I'm therefore interested in hearing from any University (or other) Archives who hold records of University Education Departments (or Schools of Education) for the period 1940-1970. I would also be interested in any deposited papers of Professors or lecturers in Education. Please reply to me off list either by e-mail or by telephoning 0121 464 1607. Thank you Sian Roberts Birmingham City Archives ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2005 20:39:08 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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From: Noneof Yrbusiness Subject: Preservation photocopying MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-1527969446-1110453872=:6744" --0-1527969446-1110453872=:6744 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable X-MIME-Autoconverted: from 8bit to quoted-printable by kili.jiscmail.ac.uk id j2ABObcO031478 Summary as promised. Many thanks for the typically helpful and prompt rep= lies. Archival quality photocopying paper is offered by a number of speci= alist suppliers in the UK, but check each entry re your requirements as p= aper spec, sizes, size of ream/unit and price per sheet differ widely. My= enquiry about photocopier ink/toner seems to be a non-starter=97who has = special machines anyway? but there does seem to be a simple =91tape peel = test=92 to make sure the ink and paper are compatible; more on this via t= he further reading section. Suppliers and products are listed in alphabet= ical order. =20 Anna =20 Conservation by Design 1) Archive Text http://www.conservation-by-design.co.uk/papers/papers11.html. =20 Conservation Resources 1) Archival Bond 2) Ultra-Permanent MicroChamber Bond www.conservationresources.com/files/pages%20001%20thru%20007.pdf (right a= t the bottom) NB North American sizes=20 =20 Preservation Equipment 1) Archive Linen aka Byron Weston Cotton=20 2) Archive Text 3) Buffered Alpha Cellulose 4) Mellotex 5) PermaLife Text http://store.preservationequipment.co.uk/store/store-entrance.cfm=20 =20 Zetta Florence 1) 500 Year Watermarked Copy Paper http://www.archivists.biz/=20 =20 =20 Further reading: =20 National Preservation Office Photocopying of Library and Archive Material= s http://www.bl.uk/services/npo/pcopy.pdf =20 Library of Congress Preservation Photocopying http://www.loc.gov/preserv/care/photocpy.html =20 ANSI/NISO Z39.48 1992(R1997) Permanence of Paper for Publications and Doc= uments in Libraries and Archives http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-48.pdf =20 ALA Guidelines for Preservation Photocopying of Replacement Pages http://www.ala.org/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm?ContentID=3D25152= =20 =20 =20 =3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=20 Anna Sander (Miss) Lonsdale Curator of Archives and Manuscripts=20 Balliol College=20 Oxford OX1 3BJ=20 Tel. +44 (0)1865 277 776=20 Fax.+44 (0)1865 277 830=20 Email archivist@balliol.ox.ac.uk Send instant messages to your online friends http://uk.messenger.yahoo.co= m=20 --0-1527969446-1110453872=:6744 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable X-MIME-Autoconverted: from 8bit to quoted-printable by kili.jiscmail.ac.uk id j2ABObcO031478

Summary as promised. M= any thanks for the typically helpful and prompt replies. Archival quality= photocopying paper is offered by a number of specialist suppliers in the= UK, but check each entry re your requirements= as paper spec, sizes, size of ream/unit and price per sheet differ widel= y. My enquiry about photocopier ink/toner seems to be a non-starter=97who= has special machines anyway? but there does seem to be a simple =91tape = peel test=92 to make sure the ink and paper are compatible; more on this = via the further reading section. Suppliers and products are listed in alp= habetical order.

 

Anna

&nbs= p;

Conservation by Design

1) Archive Text

http://www.conservation-by-design.co.uk/papers/papers11.html= .

 = ;

Conservation R= esources

1) Archival Bond

2) Ultra-Permanent Mic= roChamber Bond

www.conserv= ationresources.com/files/pages%20001%20thru%20007.pdf (right at the b= ottom)

NB North American size= s

 

Preservation Equipment

1) Archive Linen aka B= yron Weston Cotton

2) Archive Text

3) Buffered Alpha Cell= ulose

4) Mellotex

5) PermaLife Text

http://store.pres= ervationequipment.co.uk/store/store-entrance.cfm

 

Zetta Florence

1) 500 Year Watermarke= d Copy Paper

http://www.archivists.biz/

 

 

Further readin= g:

 

National Preservation = Office Photocopying of Library a= nd Archive Materials

http://www.bl.uk/services/npo/pcopy.pdf=

 

Library of Congress Preservation Photocopying

http://www.loc.gov/preserv/care/photo= cpy.html

 

ANSI/NISO Z39.48 1992(R1997) Permanence of Paper for Publications and Documents in L= ibraries and Archives

http://www.niso.org/standards/re= sources/Z39-48.pdf

 

ALA Guidelines for Preservation Photocopying of Replaceme= nt Pages

http://ww= w.ala.org/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm?ContentID=3D25152

 

 

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= Anna Sander (Miss)
Lonsdale Curator of Archives and Manuscripts
Ba= lliol College
Oxford OX1 3BJ
Tel. +44 (0)1865 277 776
Fax.+44= (0)1865 277 830
Email = archivist@balliol.ox.ac.uk

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Hello,

I'm wondering if anyone on the list with an = art collection is involved in commercial loans? If so would anyone be = willing to share their charges or charging principles? Please reply off = list and I will summarise for anyone that's interested.

Best wishes
Ross Hayworth

Ross Hayworth
Collections = Librarian
The Georgina Scott Sutherland = Library
The Robert Gordon = University
Garthdee Road
Aberdeen
AB10 7QE
r.hayworth@rgu.ac.uk =


------_=_NextPart_001_01C5256B.83175540-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:16:06 +0000 Reply-To: Geraldine White Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Geraldine White Subject: Job Vacancies: Special Collections & Archives, University of Liverpool MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 The following job vacancies are available at Special Collections & Archives,= University of Liverpool: University of Liverpool Library Special Collections and Archives Graduate Library Assistant Salary within the range of =A311,960 - =A313,536 per annum There are vacancies for two full-time Graduate Library Assistants in the Special Collections and Archives Division of the University Library. The Library Assistants are required to assist a team of librarians and archivists in the day to day running of the Special Collections and Archives= Reading Room in the Sydney Jones Library. Library experience is not essential but there is a need to work accurately in a well-organised manner and to assist researchers in a friendly and efficient way. General enquiry, clerical, and preservation work is also part of the job. Duties will include= work with the Innopac computerised library system and other online access tools. Full training will be given. The posts are specifically intended to provide pre-course experience to graduates wishing to progress to a course in Archives Administration or Library and Information Science. The posts are tenable for one year. To receive further information please contact Maureen Watry on 0151-794-2696, fax: 0151-794-2681, or e-mail: mwatry@liverpool.ac.uk To apply please send a CV and covering letter to: Maureen Watry, Head of Special Collections and Archives, Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool, PO Box 123, Liverpool, L69 3DA. The closing date for applications= is Thursday 31 March 2005. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:52:28 +0000 Reply-To: Humphrey Southall Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Humphrey Southall Subject: Records of C20 Land Utilisation Surveys by schools Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed Most of the postings on this list about the Great Britain Historical GIS project and its Vision of Britain web site have been about our work constructing a systematic on-line (place)name authority, based on Youngs' Local Administrative Units and similar sources. However, our work as a whole relates to surveys of Britain, from Daniel Defoe's and Celia Fiennes's tours to the 2001 census. This is why the Vision of Britain web site also includes a complete set of scans of the one-inch to the mile maps published by the Land Utilisation Survey of Great Britain, based at the London School of Economics in the 1930s and led by Professor Sir L. Dudley Stamp. That particular part of our contents was not funded by the lottery, and has quite a complex history. We have just received a small grant from the Frederick Soddy Trust to investigate the materials, published and unpublished, surviving from all the systematic land utilisation surveys of Britain undertaken during the 20th century. At this stage, the main aim is not to create a detailed catalogue, but simply to identify locations where materials are held, with some indication of what exists, its condition and what access arrangements exist, if any. In fact, the aim is not just to record what exists but to see what can be done to make sure it is being properly looked after, and accessible to researchers, and the Frederick Soddy Trust may be able to help. We already know that there are significant problems: (1) The main records of the Land Use UK survey in the early 1990s are held by the Geographical Association in their Sheffield offices, with no public access. (2) The 2nd Land Utilisation Survey in the 1960s completed their field survey work, the most detailed survey of Britain's land use ever undertaken, but were only able to publish about 15% of the maps. The remainder is being well looked after by the project's former director, but in a private house. (3) Stamp's survey in the 1930s published most of its one inch to the mile maps, and the remainder are held by the Royal Geographical Society. However, various other materials such as manuals, compilation sheets and colour separations, documenting how the survey did its work, have survived only because they were kept by members of the project team, and again are in private houses. Stamp's own papers are held by the University of Sussex, and we are in contact with several people who worked on the surveys, or their relatives (the director of the 1990s survey is working closely with us, for example). (4) All of these surveys were carried out mainly by schoolchildren, organised through their schools and the local education authorities. Essentially, each child was issued with a six inch to the mile map of the area they were to cover which they then marked up with land use information, often including additional information that did not appear in the published maps. These field survey sheets were then sent in to the Survey's office, but we believe some may have ended up in local record offices. --- Additional copies may have been kept by the school, or possibly by the education authority. --- Stamp's team was essentially conscripted during WWII, working for the Ministry of Agriculture's Land Planning Branch, and some of the survey sheets seem to have been loaned to the various County War Agricultural Committees, and were never returned. The London School of Economics still holds a large number of the field survey sheets, and one of the issues is what happens to these. Many of them are missing, often because they were destroyed by fire during student riots in 1969 (many others were badly damaged), but we are hoping some will turn up around the country. We are looking in particular for field survey sheets, from the Stamp survey or the later ones, but would be interested to hear of any other unpublished materials held by archives. We have run some of the obvious searches on the National Register of Archives, but are not funded to tour the country. Best wishes, Humphrey Southall ==================================== Humphrey Southall Reader in Geography/Director, Great Britain Historical GIS Project Department of Geography, University of Portsmouth Buckingham Building, Lion Terrace, Portsmouth PO1 3HE GIS Project Office: (023) 9284 2500 Home office: (020) 8853 0396 Mobile: 0796 808 5454 Web site: http://www.VisionOfBritain.org.uk About us: http://www.gbhgis.org ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 17:59:50 -0000 Reply-To: Amy Millis Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Amy Millis Subject: TFPL training courses for April 2005 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5259A.F463F530" This message is in MIME format. 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A basic understanding of published accounts is thus essential to many non-specialists and it is this that the course aims to provide. This is a two day course. Cost GBP595 + VAT http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr771 6 Apr Managing successful projects Increasingly, managers of information or library services are expected to manage a variety of complex and multiple tasks. This can create problems of deciding priorities, allocating time and resources, keeping different stages of the work on track and motivating diverse and, often, virtual teams. This one day workshop will help project managers and members of project teams to plan and implement their projects effectively. 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Day two is on 6 May This two-day course deals in pragmatic and clear ways the issues of organisational benefits around information expressed in ROI, Business Cases, Intangible Value and the activities and responsibilities connected with these topics. The structure of the two-day-course provides participants with the opportunity to present back and get feedback on high-level Business Case / ROI results obtained from exercises within their own organisation, extended with a first draft of a plan of action. 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7=20Apr
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8=20Apr
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11=20Apr
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18=20Apr
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26=20Apr
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29=20Apr
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------_=_NextPart_001_01C5259A.F463F530-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 22:05:04 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: Rain 0310 Stolen Data, Abandoned Data, Open Records Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news stories from around the world. JUDGES question medical-privacy rule Philadelphia Inquirer - Philadelphia,PA,USA ... his head in frustration and asked the government's lawyer to explain again who, exactly, is entitled to see a patient's private medical records under federal ... A&M in consideration for W's library Battalion - College Station,TX,USA Having President George W. 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SCANNNG The Past To Move To The Future FedSmith.com - USA ... salary increases and promotions depend on accurate records will dread ... see if the results include all the documents they think are in the official files. ... COTTONWOOD man says used computer yields private patient records AL.com - Birmingham,AL,USA ... information appeared to have been entered around 1995, and a summary screen listed the number of patient records at 3,333. ... We make efforts to delete things and ... MICHIGAN pulling ex-con records from Web Detroit Free Press - USA ... That would delete the records for such people as Grammy-winning rapper Eminem, who received one year of probation in 2001 on a felony weapons charge, and ex ... PERKINS' bill would widen open records Kansas.com - KS,USA ... R-Louisburg. The measure amends the Kansas Open Records Act and is named after the University of Kansas athletic director. The World ... 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SEISINT break-in spurs more calls for reform CNET News.com - USA ... Bank of America Date: February 2005 Incident: Bank loses backup tapes detailing the financial records of credit cards held by federal employees. ... ID thieves get access to records of 32,000 Boston Globe - USA ... A security lapse at PayMaxx Inc., a Tennessee payroll management company, may have exposed financial data on as many as 100,000 workers, although there is no ... DATA stolen from ChoicePoint competitor Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription) - GA,USA Jolted into action, perhaps by ChoicePoint's public relations problems, rival LexisNexis moved aggressively Wednesday to publicize a consumer information ... The Deal, Thu, 10 Mar 2005 6:05 AM PST Records keeper RMS on the block http://www.thedeal.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=TheDeal/TDDArticle/StandardArticle&c=TDDArticle&cid=1107993147894&r=InFs&p=M4YD5AR2 RMS Services-USA Inc. , a record management company, is on the auction block, and could be sold for about $175 million, according to three sources close to the situation. Dothan Eagle, Wed, 09 Mar 2005 4:29 PM PST Flea market computer yielded private patient records http://www.dothaneagle.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=DEA/MGArticle/DEA_BasicArticle&c=MGArticle&cid=1031781481644&path=!frontpage COTTONWOOD - Shawn Peterman wanted an old computer to use as part of his home network. What he got was a wealth of private information on at least several hundred patients of a former Dothan medical practice. Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2005 09:55:39 -0000 Reply-To: Katy Goodrum Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Katy Goodrum Subject: Recent RM job adverts MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52620.7AE6677A" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52620.7AE6677A Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable There have been a number of Records Manager posts advertised this year so far. May I ask those who have tried to recruit if they would email me off-list to say whether they had any suitable applicants? =20 Many thanks =20 Katy Goodrum Head of Archives West Yorkshire Archive Service 0113 289 8240 www.wyjs.org.uk =20 *************************************************************************= ************** This is an email from West Yorkshire Joint Services and is confidential. = If you are not the intended recipient you must not disclose or use the = information but please delete the email as soon as possible. If you have received this email in error please notify our mail manager = at administrator@wyjs.org.uk. Note that this is NOT the address of the = person who sent this mail to you but a general administrative address. =20 Any views in the email are those of the sender only and not those of = West Yorkshire Joint Services. This email is not intended to be = contractually binding. As part of conducting its business, WYJS may monitor and record emails = and their contents passing through their network under the = Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practices and Interception of = Communications) Regulations 2000. Although we have checked this e-mail for viruses, it is not guaranteed = to be virus free and it is your responsibility to scan the message and = attachments prior to opening them. We do not accept any responsibility = for the consequences of passing on any virus. For further information please visit the West Yorkshire Joint Services = website at http://www.wyjs.org.uk/ *************************************************************************= **************** *************************************************************************= ************** ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52620.7AE6677A Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

There have been a number of Records Manager posts advertised this year so far.  May I ask those who have tried = to recruit if they would email me off-list to say whether they had any = suitable applicants?

 

Many = thanks

 

Katy Goodrum

Head of = Archives

= West Yorkshire= Archive Service

0113 289 = 8240

www.wyjs.org.uk

 

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I have been asked whether I know of any local authorities who have introduced Council-wide ERM systems and have proved that they saved money as a result.
 
Please may I ask any of you who could provide me with an answer to get in touch?  I have been asked to give a reply by 16 March if possible.
 

Many thanks

Judith Etherton

---------------------------------------------------------
Judith Etherton
Borough Archivist
London Borough of Barking & Dagenham
Valence House Museum
Becontree Avenue
Dagenham
RM8 3HT

Tel:  020 8227 5296
Fax: 020 8270 6868

 


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------_=_NextPart_001_01C5262D.47748BB2-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2005 15:20:11 +0000 Reply-To: Ava Wieclawska Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Ava Wieclawska Subject: Graduate Trainee Vacancies at Unilever Archives, Port Sunlight MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; CHARSET=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Unilever Archives & Records Management - job opportunities We are seeking applications for our annual Graduate Trainee/Archive Assistant posts. We are looking for two enthusiastic people to join the team, who will be expected to play an active role in the further development and promotion of our first class service. 2004 marked an exciting phase for Unilever Archives, as the service, whic= h was split between London and Port Sunlight, was consolidated in Port Sunlight in new purposely-converted premises. The records management service was also transferred to Port Sunlight. The nature of the work will be varied, involving cataloguing, answering enquiries, promotion of the archive, and records management duties. Candidates will be about to graduate or have graduated within the last three years and should be intending to continue their studies on one of the post-graduate archive courses. The placement will start no later tha= n August and run for one year. As these are temporary posts the individual= s will be required to register with Unilever's preferred agency. =20 Salary =A315,500 pa. Closing date for applications is Friday 29 April 2005 Interviews will be held in the week commencing 9 May 2005 in Port Sunligh= t Further information: For job descriptions, information about Unilever Archives and details of how to apply for any of the above posts please contact Mrs C Terry, Administration Assistant on 0151 641 4551 or by e-mail archives@unilever.com ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2005 10:33:42 -0800 Reply-To: CHRIS PICKFORD Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: CHRIS PICKFORD Subject: On-line catalogues and CLDs on repository websites MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_000F_01C526EE.F66C6CE0" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_000F_01C526EE.F66C6CE0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Does anyone know if there is any sort of central register - perhaps = compiled by someone like the Federation of Family History Societies or = other user groups - that gives a clear indication of repositories whose = catalogues and/or collection level descriptions are available on the = internet? If so, I'd welcome pointers where to look. More specifically, I'd be keen to hear from any repository in the SE = region whose material is on-line in this way (rather than on A2A, = Archives Hub etc) - or from anyone who can tell me about archives whose = stuff is accessible "in depth" via a repository website. =20 Replies off-line, please Chris Pickford Freelance Archival Consultant 23 Clent View Road, Norton, Stourbridge, DY8 3JE Tel: 01384 393000 or (mobile) 07811 453525 E-mail: c.j.pickford@talk21.com ------=_NextPart_000_000F_01C526EE.F66C6CE0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Does anyone know if there is any sort = of central=20 register - perhaps compiled by someone like the Federation of Family = History=20 Societies or other user groups - that gives a clear indication of = repositories=20 whose catalogues and/or collection level descriptions are available on = the=20 internet?  If so, I'd welcome pointers where to look.
 
More specifically, I'd be keen to hear = from any=20 repository in the SE region whose material is on-line in this way = (rather than=20 on A2A, Archives Hub etc) - or from anyone who can tell me about = archives whose=20 stuff is accessible "in depth" via a repository website.  =
 
Replies off-line, please
 
Chris Pickford
Freelance Archival=20 Consultant
23 Clent View Road, Norton, Stourbridge, DY8 3JE
Tel: = 01384=20 393000 or (mobile) 07811 453525
E-mail: c.j.pickford@talk21.com
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Technology analyst Bill Thompson does not think so. < http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/technology/4318351.stm > BBC ** Manuscripts 'treated as fossils' ** A palaeontologist has come up with a novel way of studying historical manuscripts: he treats them as if they are fossils from an extinct species. < http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/1/hi/sci/tech/4294943.stm > Dallas Morning News For oldest Bible, a divine new look Once text's fragile pages digitally reunited, public can see, interpret changes 08:59 PM CST on Thursday, March 10, 2005 By TOD ROBBERSON / The Dallas Morning News LONDON -- Is the Bible the infallible word of God or a text doctored by calligraphers, priests and politicians to satisfy their own earthly motivations? Evidence suggesting the latter is contained on the pages of the world's oldest Bible, the Codex Sinaiticus. The ancient Greek Bible, written between the first and fourth centuries, has been divided since the mid-1800s after European and Russian visitors removed sections of it from a desert monastery in Egypt. BILL may keep files secret forever Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand ... Former chief archivist Kathryn Patterson says she found heads of departments sought restrictions as the rule, not the exception, in her time and wants the bill ... FLEA market computer yields private patient records WHNT - Huntsville,AL,USA ... appeared to have been entered around 1995 and a summary screen listed the number of patient records at three ... He said he plans to delete the information. DIGITAL memories: cheap to take, cheaper to lose Register - London,England,UK ... Rosenthal, an alumnus of Sun and Nvidia, has spent five years devising a decentralized peer to peer system LOCKSS for librarians and archivists. ... NIXON Library Stirs Anger By Canceling Conference New York Times - USA ... Nixon Cox advocating tighter family control of the presidential records and Julie Nixon Eisenhower pushing for more involvement of professional archivists. ... FOIA offers citizens access to government data Scripps Howard News Service - USA ... Congress first enacted FOIA in 1966 to - according to the Justice Department's summary of the law - "generally provide that any person has the right to request ... MASON Library Inspires Research Mount Vernon Gazette - VA,USA ... Retired from a long career with the petroleum industry, he has turned his talents and time to restoring archival materials and helping out with library ... HE Art Newspaper submitted requests to four institutions under ... Art Newspaper - UK ... materialised. His letter is a salutary lesson on the dangers of relying solely on archival evidence, which may not tell the whole story. ... SPOKANE adds new charges for public record copies Seattle Post Intelligencer - USA ... formula.". Records manager Mike Busby said the new fee policy underwent legal review and was approved by Police Chief Roger Bragdon. ... NO Foreign Interest in Official Records on Armenians Zaman Online - Istanbul,Turkey ... Turkey's trump card is the historical records and documents held at the General Directorate of State Archives of the Prime Ministry. ... MICROSOFT Settles With Burst.com InternetNews.com - USA ... During the trial, Burst.com produced documents it said proved that Microsoft had a ... E-Mail Destruction Rule" promulgated by Jim Allchin, Microsoft group vice ... SHOE Retailer Latest To Lose Data CBS News - USA ... personal information from more than 170,000 citizens and the disclosure last month from Bank of America that it lost computer data tapes containing personal ... HOW Can Companies Adhere To Compliance Issues? CXOToday.com - Mumbai,India ... "Internationally, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act states that all business records, including electronic records and e-mail messages, must be saved for not less than ... ID thief's capture underscores Dumpster diving problem KMSB - Tucson,AZ,USA ... The measure, known as the document destruction bill, would require businesses to take more precautions with personal information. ... GOVERNMENT of Canada Supports Bruce County Museum and Archives Canada NewsWire (press release) - Canada ... of Canadian Heritage and Minister responsible for Status of Women Liza Frulla, today announced $250,000 in funding for the Bruce County Museum and Archives. ... FROM the National Archives: The Maria Behind the Musical Newhouse News Service (NNS) - USA ... Their story is in one important respect a familiar one, documented millions of times in immigration petitions held by the National Archives: The family was ... QUEENS Photos in New York Public Library Digital Archives queens.about.com - Queens,NY,USA The New York Public Library has opened up its photo archives online (for personal and research purposes only). It has photos of ... THE 'reel' story of Ottawa's theatres Ottawa Citizen - Ottawa,Ontario,Canada ... Mr. Miguelez's opposition to the closure led him to the city archives, where he came upon pictures of the Capitol (1920-1970), probably the city's greatest ... MEDICAL records found in a river BBC News - E,UK Health chiefs in Powys have launched an investigation after medical records were discovered in the River Severn near Welshpool. ... -------------------------------1110683914 Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

RAIN (Records/Archives In t= he News) is a daily compilation of news from around the world

BBC

** No information overload=20= just yet **
Is it information overload yet? Technology analyst Bill Thomp= son does not think so.
< htt= p://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/technology/4318351.stm >

 

BBC

** Manuscripts 'treated as=20= fossils' **
A palaeontologist has come up with a novel way of studying hi= storical manuscripts: he treats them as if they are fossils from an extinct=20= species.
< http://news.bbc.co.= uk/go/em/fr/-/1/hi/sci/tech/4294943.stm >

 

Dallas Morning News

For oldest Bible, a divine=20= new look
Once text's fragile pages digitally reunited, public can see, in= terpret changes
08:59 PM CST on Thursday, March 10, 2005
By TOD ROBBER= SON / The Dallas Morning News
LONDON -- Is the Bible the infallible word=20= of God or a text doctored by calligraphers, priests and politicians to satis= fy their own earthly motivations?

Evidence suggesting the latter is c= ontained on the pages of the world's oldest Bible, the Codex Sinaiticus. The= ancient Greek Bible, written between the first and fourth centuries, has be= en divided since the mid-1800s after European and Russian visitors removed s= ections of it from a desert monastery in Egypt.

<http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dw= s/dn/religion/stories/031105dnintbible.5348f.html><= /SPAN>

 

BILL may keep files secret=20= forever
Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand
... Former chief archivi= st Kathryn Patterson says she found heads of departments
sought restricti= ons as the rule, not the exception, in her time and wants
the bill ...<http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106= ,3214702a10,00.html>


 <= /o:p>

FLEA market computer yields= private patient records
WHNT - Huntsville,AL,USA
... appeared to have= been entered around 1995 and a summary screen listed
the number of patie= nt records at three ... He said he plans to delete
the information.
&l= t;http://www.whnt19.com/Global/story.asp?S= =3D3062992>

 

DIGITAL memories: cheap to=20= take, cheaper to lose
Register - London,England,UK
... Rosenthal, an a= lumnus of Sun and Nvidia, has spent five years devising
a decentralized p= eer to peer system LOCKSS for librarians and archivists.
...
<http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/03/10/dig= ital_lossage/>

 

NIXON Library Stirs Anger B= y Canceling Conference
New York Times - USA
... Nixon Cox advocating t= ighter family control of the presidential records
and Julie Nixon Eisenho= wer pushing for more involvement of professional
archivists. ...
<<= A href=3D"http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/11/politics/11nixon.html" target= =3D_blank>http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/11/pol= itics/11nixon.html>

 

FOIA offers citizens access= to government data
Scripps Howard News Service - USA
... Congress fir= st enacted FOIA in 1966 to - according to the Justice Department's
summar= y of the law - "generally provide that any person has the right
to reques= t ...
<http:= //www.knoxstudio.com/shns/story.cfm?pk=3DSUNSHINE-03-11-05&cat=3DAN>

 

MASON Library Inspires Rese= arch
Mount Vernon Gazette - VA,USA
... Retired from a long career with= the petroleum industry, he has turned
his talents and time to restoring=20= archival materials and helping out with
library ...
<http://www.conne= ctionnewspapers.com/article.asp?article=3D47635&paper=3D69&cat=3D104= >

 

HE Art Newspaper submitted=20= requests to four institutions under ...
Art Newspaper - UK
... materia= lised. His letter is a salutary lesson on the dangers of relying
solely o= n archival evidence, which may not tell the whole story. ...
<http://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/a= rticle.asp?idart=3D11743>

 

SPOKANE adds new charges fo= r public record copies
Seattle Post Intelligencer - USA
... formula.".= Records manager Mike Busby said the new fee policy underwent
legal revie= w and was approved by Police Chief Roger Bragdon. ...
<http://= seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/aplocal_story.asp?category=3D6420&slug=3DWA= %20Records%20Fees>

 

NO Foreign Interest in Offi= cial Records on Armenians
Zaman Online - Istanbul,Turkey
... Turkey's=20= trump card is the historical records and documents held at
the General Di= rectorate of State Archives of the Prime Ministry. ...
<http://www.zaman.com/?bl=3Dn= ational&alt=3D&trh=3D20050311&hn=3D17362>

 

MICROSOFT Settles With Burst= .com
InternetNews.com
- USA
... During the= trial, Burst.com produced documents it said proved that
Micros= oft had a ... E-Mail Destruction Rule" promulgated by Jim Allchin,
Micros= oft group vice ...
<http://www.i= nternetnews.com/bus-news/article.php/3489271>

 

SHOE Retailer Latest To Los= e Data
CBS News - USA
... personal information from more than 170,000=20= citizens and the disclosure
last month from Bank of America that it lost=20= computer data tapes containing
personal ...
<http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/03/10/tech/main67= 9427.shtml
>

 

HOW Can Companies Adhere To= Compliance Issues?
CXOToday.com - Mumbai,India
...=20= "Internationally, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act states that all business records,including electronic records and e-mail messages, must be saved for notless than ...
<http://www.cxotoday.com/cxo/jsp/article.jsp?article_id=3D2907&cat_= id=3D913>

 

ID thief's capture undersco= res Dumpster diving problem
KMSB - Tucson,AZ,USA
... The measure, know= n as the document destruction bill, would require
businesses to take more= precautions with personal information. ...
<http://www.fox11az.com/news/state/s= tories/KMSB-20050311-fambp-idthief.12a27adb3.html><= /SPAN>

 

GOVERNMENT of Canada Suppor= ts Bruce County Museum and Archives
Canada NewsWire (press release) - Can= ada
... of Canadian Heritage and Minister responsible for Status of Women= Liza
Frulla, today announced $250,000 in funding for the Bruce County Mu= seum
and Archives. ...
<http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/March2005/11/c3715.html>

 

FROM the National Archives:= The Maria Behind the Musical
Newhouse News Service (NNS) - USA
... Th= eir story is in one important respect a familiar one, documented
millions= of times in immigration petitions held by the National Archives:
The fam= ily was ...
<http://www.newhousenews.= com/archive/Rios031105.html>

 

QUEENS Photos in New York P= ublic Library Digital Archives
queens.about.com - Q= ueens,NY,USA
The New York Public Library has opened up its photo archives= online (for
personal and research purposes only). It has photos of ...<http://queens.about.com/b/a/2005_03_11.htm>

 

THE 'reel' story of Ottawa'= s theatres
Ottawa Citizen - Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
... Mr. Miguelez's o= pposition to the closure led him to the city archives,
where he came upon= pictures of the Capitol (1920-1970), probably the city's
greatest ...<http://www.canada.com/ottawa/ottawacitizen/news/story.html?id=3Da= bb9b585-89c3-4551-be37-3fdc7b0b2e06>

 

MEDICAL records found in a=20= river
BBC News - E,UK
Health chiefs in Powys have launched an investig= ation after medical records
were discovered in the River Severn near Wels= hpool. ...
<http://news.bbc.co.= uk/2/hi/uk_news/wales/mid_/4340879.stm>

 

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-------------------------------1110685196-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 16:13:35 +0000 Reply-To: Margaret Crockett Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Margaret Crockett Subject: Preservation Management training day, 11 May, London Comments: To: "busarch@gla.ac.uk" , The UK Records Management mailing list MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-15 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable With apologies for cross-posting: Preservation Training Day Date: Wednesday 11 May 2005 Venue: Standpoint Studios, 45 Coronet Street, London N1 6HD Cost: =A3129.25 per participant (incl. VAT at 17.5%) An exciting and varied day designed to give participants a sound overview of effective preservation management. The day will begin by discussing preservation policies and conservation strategies and examining the documentation and tools that have been developed to provide standards and help the heritage sector. There will be a session on disaster planning before lunch. The afternoon consists of workshops on a variety of subjects which will enable participants to develop their skills and knowledge. The day ends with a surgery for damaged records at the end so please bring along any items which you would like advice about. The course will be delivered by TASC Directors, Margaret Crockett and Janet Foster and a Preservation Management Consultant Jonathan Rhys-Lewis. 9.15 =96 9.30 Registration and coffee 9.30 =96 10.00 Introduction and definitions 10.00 =96 11.00 Keeping Archives Forever: the big picture (preservation= policies and conservation strategies)=20 11.00 =96 11.15 Coffee 11.15 =96 12.00 Tools to Help: standards and guidance (NPO publications= , MLA benchmarks etc) 12.00 =96 1.00 Emergency planning and disaster recovery (video and qui= z) 1.00 =96 1.45 Lunch=20 1.45 =96 2.45 Workshops: =95 Using Conservation services =95 Simple document cleaning 2.45 =96 3.00 Tea 3.00 =96 4.00 Workshops continued: =95 Developing a preservation strategy/policy =95 Using suppliers catalogues and selecting packaging 4.00 =96 4.30 Surgery for damaged documents 4.30 Discussion and closing remarks Workshops: Archives preservation is essentially a set of practical measures that the archives manager can institute as policy and procedure within the repository to maximise the longevity of the records in their care. These workshops have been designed to give participants the opportunity to learn about and try out some of these practical techniques. Participants will be able to select one of two workshops for each session. Using Conservation services: It can be difficult to assess requirements and to select conservation services. This workshop will cover what to look for and how to plan a project. Simple document cleaning: This session will enable participants to observe and try out simple techniques for cleaning documents. Developing a preservation strategy/policy: This is a workshop session that will give participants the opportunity to begin to develop their own ideas for a preservation strategy and/or policy for their repository. Using suppliers=92 catalogues and selecting packaging: This workshop will help participants use suppliers=92 catalogues and websites to select archive supplies such as boxes and folders which underpin preventative preservation measures. -------------------------------------------------------------------------= ------------------------------ APPLICATION FORM or register online at: http://www.archive-skills.com/tra= ining/2005/11-5appl.php Send to: TASC, May Cottage, 1 Fountayne Road, London N16 7EB or email to:= janet@archive-skills.com =20 Or fill in your registration form on-line at: www.archive-skills.com Full name Employer Position Address Telephone =20 Fax =20 Email =20 Invoice name & address (if different) =20 =20 =95 I enclose a cheque for =A3129.25 payable to the Archive-Skills = consultancy (TASC) =95 Please send me a receipt =20 =95 Please invoice my employer =20 =95 All invoices will be sent as email attachments. If you require = hard copy, please tick this box=20 Pres1/5.05 Margaret Crockett Director, the Archive-Skills Consultancy margaret@margaretcrockett.co.uk ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 16:22:43 +0000 Reply-To: Margaret Crockett Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Margaret Crockett Subject: A is for Archives, R is for Records: training course for records and archive assistants, London 17 May and 21 June Comments: To: "busarch@gla.ac.uk" , The UK Records Management mailing list MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-15 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable With apologies for cross-posting A is for Archives, R is for Records: a Two Day Course for Records and Archives Assistants Date: Tuesday 17 May & Tuesday 21 June 2005 Venue: The Meeting Place, 32 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2HX =20 Cost: =A3240 per participant (plus VAT) =20 This two day course is aimed specifically at records and archives assistants working in archives and record offices of all types. It will cover the main issues that para-professionals working in the field deal with in the workplace, often without any formal training or guidance. Recognising that many assistants have a wealth of experience in the workplace, the course will build on existing practical knowledge and provide reinforcement of the basic aims and principles of good archives and records management in all media. The course objectives are: 1 To define and explore the fundamental archive and recordkeeping terms and concepts 2 To introduce the techniques and processes used to manage current and semi-current records 3 To cover the basic principles for creating and using archival finding aids 4 To give an overview of the national and international archive map 5 To consider the most important legislation, regulations and standards for best practice affecting archives and records management 6 To review objectives and techniques for customer care 7 To provide and assess the requirements for preservation of archives The two days are separated by a month to enable participants to process and reflect on what has been covered in the first part of the course. However, to maintain momentum, there will be an interim assignment for participants to work on in preparation for the session on legal, regulatory and standards issues at the beginning of the second day. The course is delivered and facilitated by Margaret Crockett and Janet Foster of the Archive-Skills Consultancy with guest speakers as appropriate. Although the two day programme is very full the class will be encouraged to actively participate through exercises and discussion. A course handbook will be provided, which contains: =95 supporting notes on all main sessions=20 =95 a select bibliography =95 a glossary of archive and records management terms=20 =95 useful contacts =95 participants list and speakers details Participants are encouraged to prepare for the course by formulating questions or issues that have arisen in the course of their work, for consideration by the speakers and the class as a whole. The course fee of =A3282 (=A3240 plus =A342 VAT) also includes lunch (wit= h vegetarian option; please let the directors know if you have any other special dietary needs) and tea and coffee. =20 Course Programme: DAY ONE (17 May) 9.30-9.45 Coffee and Registration 9.45-10.45 Introduction: Course directors, course outline and participants 10.45 =9611.15 What do you know about archives and records? a quick quiz and coffee 11.15 =96 12.00 Archives and records: definitions and first principles (Janet Foster and Margaret Crockett) 12.00 =96 1.15 Recordkeeping systems: current and semi-current (Records creation; controlling and tracking; =93retiring=94 records; accessions an= d retrieval; retention schedules and how we use them)(Margaret Crockett) 1.15-2.00 Lunch 2.00-3.15 Record keeping systems: archival finding aids (Accessioning archives; different finding aids and who creates and uses them; archival arrangement and description) Speaker to be confirmed 3.15 =96 3.30 Tea 3.30 =96 4.30 Networking Archives (Role of standards and computers in linking archives; UK archive networks; international archive networks and professional associations) Janet Foster and Margaret Crockett 4.30-5.00 Course assignment: Legal issues and standards Round-up DAY TWO (21 June) 9.30-9.45 Arrival and coffee 10.00 =96 11.15 Introduction and course assignment review 11.15 - 11.30 Coffee 11.30 =96 1.00 Customer care: how do we do it? (What is customer care; basic requirements for customer care; strategies for managing the tensions between use and preservation) Speaker to be confirmed 1.00 =96 2.00 Lunch 2.00-3.00 Overview of preservation (What archives need to survive; environment; packaging; cleaning; prevention of damage and deterioration) Jonathan Rhys-Lewis 3.00 - 3.30 Basic handling (good handling techniques and how to encourage them) Janet Foster 3.30 - 3.45 Tea 3.45 =96 4.45 Disaster prevention & recovery (video and overview) Margaret Crockett 16.45 =96 17.00 Round up =20 -------------------------------------------------------------------------= -------------------------------------- APPLICATION FORM or register online at: http://www.archive-skills.com/tra= ining/2005/17-5appl.php Send to: TASC, May Cottage, Fountayne Road, London N16 7EB or email to: j= anet@archive-skills.com =20 Full name Employer Position Address Telephone =20 Fax =20 Email =20 =95 I enclose a cheque for =A3282 (includes VAT at 17.5%) payable t= o the Archive-Skills consultancy (TASC) =95 Please send me a receipt =20 =95 Please invoice my employer =20 =95 All invoices will be sent as email attachments. If you require = hard copy, please tick this box=20 AA1/5&6.05 Margaret Crockett Director, the Archive-Skills Consultancy margaret@margaretcrockett.co.uk ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 21:20:42 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0313 Sunday edition Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. JOB security also depends on information security NewMadridMO.com - Madrid,MO,USA ... if someone throws out a classified printout, you ... on them, shred these papers rather than ... filling garbage containers with intact=20 documents containing passwords ... PERSONAL data thefts imperil open records Palm Beach Post - Palm Beach,FL,USA ... The recent spate of security breaches at ChoicePoint and Seisint=20 makes Florida's generous Sunshine laws even more vulnerable than they already are. ... DID ChoicePoint End Run Backfire? Los Angeles Times (subscription) - CA,USA By Joseph Menn, Times Staff Writers. ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- ChoicePoint Inc. was created to avoid just the sort of mess in which it now finds itself. ... TREND shifts away from open access to records Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia,MO,USA ... While many requests are for personal records, and some might be=20 pointless, in the ... could help in the development or use of weapons of mass=20 destruction and other ... AUDITS help protect the taxpayers The Olympian - Olympia,WA,USA ... state laws. -The Department of Labor and Industries destroyed=20 records prior to the approved destruction date. -The Department of ... IDENTITY theft concerns limit open records Aberdeen American News - Aberdeen,SD,USA ... the Health Department and marriage licenses from county registers of deeds. ... information such as Social Security numbers and financial=20 documents in criminal ... NEW study shows open government at stake at state level Huntington Herald Dispatch - Huntington,WV,USA ... The study ranked states in 30 different categories, including how=20 quickly they respond to requests, how they handle electronic records and the=20 information a ... Stuff, Fri, 11 Mar 2005 8:26 AM PST Bill may keep files secret forever=20 http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106,3214702a10,00.html Civil Service chiefs will get the power to keep many government files=20 secret forever under a new bill covering Archives New Zealand. Critics say the=20 bill leaves ample scope for department bosses to bar public access to=20 classes of records and archives they can look at at present. Tri-City Herald Online, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 5:12 AM PST Court records salvage work continues=20 http://www.tri-cityherald.com/tch/local/story/6265837p-6142580c.html HERMISTON -- Salvaged files with charred edges covered sections of=20 chain-link fence as workers at O So Kleen Cleaning and Restoration in Hermiston=20 dried them with large fans. Albany Democrat-Herald, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 0:24 AM PST Linn County lacking in public records audit=20 http://www.democratherald.com/articles/2005/03/13/news/local/local00.txt In Linn County, officials say that while they are willing to comply=20 with public records requests, it's not always as straightforward as handing a file=20 to anyone who walks in off the street. Nashua Telegraph, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 3:03 AM PST Electronic access to N.H. court records sparks debate=20 http://nsnlb.us.publicus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=3D/20050313/NEWS/1= 03130116/-1/news CONCORD - Cameras in courtrooms. Taking the state Supreme Court on the=20 road. A pilot project in two New Hampshire counties that lets anyone attend=20 child abuse and neglect hearings, unless a judge thinks there=C3=A2=E2=82=AC=E2=84=A2= s a good reason to=20 close them. LINN County records aren't easily obtained Salem Statesman Journal - Salem,OR,USA ... I am a student and a journalist. When asking for public records in Linn County, my approach was to be as direct and polite as possible. ... SECRETS of a Fleet Street rubbish man The Sunday Times - UK ... else before the Freedom of Information Act to promote the sale of=20 shredding machines. ... for a High Court libel case and passed it with other=20 documents to the ... PUBLIC but private: You have a legal right to some records, but ... The Gloucester County Times - Woodbury,NJ,USA ... Anybody can ask for them. It's the law. Yet, one municipal clerk=20 demanded to see a driver's license before complying with a records request. ... Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 09:24:41 +0000 Reply-To: J.P.Gardner@EXETER.AC.UK Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Jessica Gardner Subject: acadamic research support MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; CHARSET=US-ASCII *With apologies for cross-posting* I am beginning to gather evidence for a conference paper about the value and use of 'special collections' (e.g. archives, rare books, artefacts, etc) in academic research support. Are you involved in research support for the academic community using special collections? If so, I'm looking for case studies from right across the learning and research cycle, and would like to hear from you whether you are involved in teaching activities to encourage the use of special collections to potential future researchers or whether you are experimenting with new strategies to encourage researchers to find and use special collections-type resources. I'm aware that many of you working outside the HE sector also use your collections to support academic research both independently and in collaboration with colleagues in HE. I would be pleased to hear from you whichever sector you represent. If you are interested, please email me (j.p.gardner@exeter.ac.uk) and findings will be summarised for the list in due course. Full acknowledgment to individuals and institutions will be given. Thank you, Jessica Gardner DARTS Conference: Discover Academic Research Training and Support, hosted by the South West University College & Research Group of CILIP, in June 2005. For further information about the conference see: http://www.dartington.ac.uk/conferences/conferencedetails.asp?uid=23 ---------------------- Dr Jessica Gardner Special Collections Librarian Old Library University of Exeter Prince of Wales Road Exeter EX4 4SB Tel: (01392) 263879 Fax: (01392) 263871 Email: j.p.gardner@exeter.ac.uk ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 09:56:16 +0000 Reply-To: Margaret Procter Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Margaret Procter Subject: POSTPONEMENT of LUCAS research seminar, 17 March MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline We regret to announce that the research seminar due to be given by Dr Matt Houlbrook on Thursday 17 March has had to be postponed. We're sorry for any inconvenience caused, and look forward to rescheduling the seminar. Margaret Procter ---------------------------------------------- Margaret Procter Lecturer in Records and Information Management LUCAS, School of History 9 Abercromby Sq Liverpool L69 3DA Tel 0044 151 794 2411 Fax 0044 151 794 3153 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 10:15:16 -0000 Reply-To: "Sargent, Dick" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Sargent, Dick" Subject: On-line catalogues and CLDs on repository websites MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5287E.B8152130" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5287E.B8152130 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" We are currently working to provide this facility via Archon. It is planned to add extra fields for each repository's online catalogues and to provide listings of each repository's catalogues on A2A, AIM25, Archives Hub and Archive Network for Wales. Other networks like SCAN and Janus will be added once issues of interoperability and compliance with ISAD(G) have been resolved. This work is in the hands of our software support firm and should be delivered shortly. We plan to go live with it after Easter. We already are compiling a list of repositories with online catalogues. Please send me your URLs if you wish to be included. Dick Sargent Director of the National Register of Archives The National Archives: Historical Manuscripts Commission Kew, Richmond Surrey TW9 4DU United Kingdom tel +44 (0)20 8392 5330 ext 2617 fax +44 (0)20 8487 1970 email dick.sargent@nationalarchives.gov.uk -----Original Message----- From: CHRIS PICKFORD [mailto:c.j.pickford.t21@BTINTERNET.COM] Sent: 12 March 2005 18:34 To: ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK Subject: On-line catalogues and CLDs on repository websites Does anyone know if there is any sort of central register - perhaps compiled by someone like the Federation of Family History Societies or other user groups - that gives a clear indication of repositories whose catalogues and/or collection level descriptions are available on the internet? If so, I'd welcome pointers where to look. More specifically, I'd be keen to hear from any repository in the SE region whose material is on-line in this way (rather than on A2A, Archives Hub etc) - or from anyone who can tell me about archives whose stuff is accessible "in depth" via a repository website. Replies off-line, please Chris Pickford Freelance Archival Consultant 23 Clent View Road, Norton, Stourbridge, DY8 3JE Tel: 01384 393000 or (mobile) 07811 453525 E-mail: c.j.pickford@talk21.com ______________________________________________________________________ This email has been scanned by the MessageLabs Email Security System. For more information please visit http://www.messagelabs.com/email ______________________________________________________________________ ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5287E.B8152130 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
We are=20 currently working to provide this facility via Archon.  It is = planned to=20 add extra fields for each repository's online catalogues and to provide = listings=20 of each repository's catalogues on A2A, AIM25, Archives Hub and Archive = Network=20 for Wales. Other networks like SCAN and Janus will be added once issues = of=20 interoperability and compliance with ISAD(G) have been=20 resolved.
 
This=20 work is in the hands of our software support firm and should be = delivered=20 shortly. We plan to = go live with it=20 after Easter.
 
We=20 already are compiling a list of repositories with online catalogues. = Please send=20 me your URLs if you wish to be included.
 
Dick = Sargent=20

Director of the National Register of = Archives=20
The National Archives: Historical = Manuscripts=20 Commission
Kew, Richmond =
Surrey

TW9 = 4DU=20
United Kingdom

tel +44 (0)20 8392 5330 ext 2617 =
fax +44 (0)20 8487 1970

email = dick.sargent@nationalarchives.gov.uk=20

-----Original Message-----
From: CHRIS PICKFORD=20 [mailto:c.j.pickford.t21@BTINTERNET.COM]
Sent: 12 March = 2005=20 18:34
To: ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Subject: = On-line=20 catalogues and CLDs on repository websites

Does anyone know if there is any = sort of central=20 register - perhaps compiled by someone like the Federation of Family = History=20 Societies or other user groups - that gives a clear indication of = repositories=20 whose catalogues and/or collection level descriptions are available = on the=20 internet?  If so, I'd welcome pointers where to = look.
 
More specifically, I'd be keen to = hear from any=20 repository in the SE region whose material is on-line in this way = (rather than=20 on A2A, Archives Hub etc) - or from anyone who can tell me about = archives=20 whose stuff is accessible "in depth" via a repository website. =20
 
Replies off-line, = please
 
Chris Pickford
Freelance Archival = Consultant
23 Clent View Road, Norton, Stourbridge, DY8 = 3JE
Tel: 01384=20 393000 or (mobile) 07811 453525
E-mail: c.j.pickford@talk21.com

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C5287E.B8152130-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 11:21:20 -0000 Reply-To: Archives - Generic Email Account Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Archives - Generic Email Account Subject: new url MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52887.F25FE749" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52887.F25FE749 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable =20 =20 Perth & Kinross Council Archive has pages on the new Perthshire.com website.=20 =20 Please note that the new link to our pages is www.pkc.gov.uk/archives =20 Pages about the Friends of Perth & Kinross Council Archive can also be reached through this url. =20 =20 Jan Merchant =20 =20 Dr JMM Merchant Assistant Archivist Perth & Kinross Council Archive AK Bell Library York Place Perth PH2 8EP Tel: 01738 477012 =20 The information in this email is solely for the intended recipients. If you are not an intended recipient, you must not disclose, copy, or distribute its contents or use them in any way: please advise the sender immediately and delete this email. Perth & Kinross Council does not warrant that this email or any attachments are virus-free and does not accept any liability for any loss or damage resulting from any virus infection. Perth & Kinross Council may monitor or examine any emails received by its email system. The information contained in this email may not be the views of Perth & Kinross Council. It is possible for email to be falsified and the sender cannot be held responsible for the integrity of the information contained in it. Requests to Perth & Kinross Council under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act should be directed to the Freedom of Information Team - email: foi@pkc.gov.uk or phone: 01738 477933 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52887.F25FE749 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

 

 

Perth & Kinross Council Archive = has pages on the new Perthshire.com website.

 

Please note that the new link to = our pages is www.pkc.gov.uk/archives

 

Pages about the Friends of Perth = & Kinross Council Archive can also be reached through this url.

 

 

Jan Merchant

 

 

Dr JMM = Merchant

Assistant Archivist

Perth & Kinross Council = Archive

AK = Bell Library

York = Place

Perth PH2 8EP

Tel: = 01738 477012

 

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52887.F25FE749-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 11:29:54 -0000 Reply-To: "Fulton, Lucy" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Fulton, Lucy" Subject: Anthony Burgess Article MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Dear All, Below is a link to an article in The Sunday Times magazine, set up by Archive Awareness Campaign, about the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester. Please let me know if you have anything which you think could be publicised. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/newspaper/0,,176-1517778,00.html Best wishes, Lucy Lucy Fulton Archive Awareness Campaign Officer The National Archives Tel: 020 8392 5237 Fax: 020 8392 5295 lucy.fulton@nationalarchives.gov.uk www.nationalarchives.gov.uk www.archiveawareness.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 12:27:42 -0000 Reply-To: "Norgrove, Katie" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Norgrove, Katie" Subject: Archives More popular than Wife Swapping? - The Facts - Archive Awareness Campaign 2004 Evaluation MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Dear all, The Archive Awareness Campaign evaluation report is now available at: http://www.archiveawareness.com/contributors/evaluation/ or http://www.ncaonline.org.uk/pubs.html The Evaluation report contains an analysis of what participants and organisers thought of AAC 2004, an evaluation of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are Series and a full AAC media evaluation. The evaluation of participants contains comparisons with Archive Awareness Month 2003 and with statistics about usual visitors to archives. The evaluation revealed that: Awareness Raising? * 6% of the UK population had heard of AAC * AAC print coverage reached a circulation of over 43,000,000 * 2% of the UK population claimed to have visited an AAC event What were participants like? * 40% of AAC participants had not visited an archive before * The average age of participants was 52, * 5.2% described themselves as non-white, * 56% were women * 79% use the internet * 72% rated the events as very good Increased use of archives as a result of AAC? * Just counting the figures from the 80 organisations that returned evaluation forms indicates that there was a 3% increase in physical visits to archives during AAC. * 45% of participants stated they would start researching their family history as a result of an event The Link between AAC and The BBC's Who Do You Think You Are Series * Snapshot of survey of 10 archive services showed that physical visits increased by 24% and new users by 36% in the last quarter of 2004, compared the same period in 2003 * 7% of UK adults claimed to have started researching their family history for the first time in October and November 2004 and interest in family history had risen by 10%. * WDYTYA was the most watched and talked about series on BBC2 in 2004 attracting an average audience of 4.7 million outperforming series like Restoration and the Big Read in terms of both viewing figures and audience share. What next? You will have seen a message to the NRA from Lucy Fulton a few weeks ago about plans for 2005 onwards, There will be a supporters meeting for AAC at the British Library on Tuesday 5th April to discuss ideas and develop plans. If you would like to attend, please contact Janet Bernard on 020 392 5376 ext 2441 or email: janet.bernard@nationalarchives.gov.uk Many thanks Katie Katie Norgrove Policy and Development Officer The National Council on Archives c/o The National Archives Ruskin Avenue Kew, Richmond Surrey TW9 4DU Tel: 020 8392 5376 Fax: 020 8392 5295 Mobile: 07760 463052 ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 09:16:45 +0000 Reply-To: Fiona Courage Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Fiona Courage Subject: Job opportuniy: University of Sussex Library MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX LIBRARY Ref: 893 DEPUTY ARCHIVIST =A319,460 - =A321,640/=A322,507 - =A329,128 Fixed term for 6 months (maternity cover) The University of Sussex Library offers an exciting opportunity to gain experience for a six month period (from mid-May 2005) working with the University=92s acclaimed archival, manuscript and rare book collections (including the Mass-Observation Archive, the Rudyard Kipling papers and collections relating to Virginia Woolf). The successful candidate will provide cover during the maternity leave of the Deputy Archivist and will act as deputy to the Head of Special Collections, performing the full range of archival duties, including managing the service on a day-to-day basis and taking responsibility for a small staff team. Although this is only a fixed term contract, this would be a chance for a recently qualified archivist or librarian to gain staff management experience and to work in a busy, lively and well-used collection (see www.sussex.ac.uk/library/speccoll). The successful candidate must have a postgraduate qualification in library, information science or archive management plus at least six months=92 experience in archival or library work. To discuss the post informally, please contact Dorothy Sheridan, tel. 01273 873489 or e-mail d.e.sheridan@sussex.ac.uk. Applicants are asked to apply by sending a CV with a letter supporting their application and the names of two referees. Closing date: 11 April 2005 Interview date: 21 April 2005 Application details are available from and should be returned to Human Resources, Sussex House, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9RH, tel (01273) 678706, fax (01273) 877401, email recruitment@sussex.ac.uk Details of all posts can also be found via the website below. http://www.sussex.ac.uk/central/jobs.shtml An Equal Opportunity Employer ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 09:24:26 +0000 Reply-To: Fiona Courage Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Fiona Courage Subject: Correction to Job Opportunity, Univ of Sussex Applications for the post of Deputy Archivist at the University of Sussex Library (maternity cover)should be submitted on an application form available to download at: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/Units/staffing/personnl/vacs/vac893.shtml, not by CV as stated in my previous email. Apologies! Fiona ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 10:34:35 -0000 Reply-To: "Hackett, Clare" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Hackett, Clare" Subject: IMS Review Results MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear=20All, I=20would=20like=20to=20thank=20everyone=20that=20responded=20to=20my=20qu= ery=20regarding=20IMS systems.=20It=20has=20taken=20me=20a=20while=20to=20filter=20through=20the= =20information.=20I=20now have=20a=20summary=20of=20the=20information=20supplied=20for=20those=20who= =20might=20be interested. It=20seems=20that=20lots=20of=20archive=20services=20are=20undertaking=20s= imilar=20projects digitisation=20projects=20at=20the=20moment.=20Services=20are=20using=20ma= ny=20of=20the=20same Image=20Management=20Systems,=20including=20Archive=20cataloguing=20system= s=20like=20CALM and=20Adlib.=20The=20majority=20of=20services=20appear=20to=20be=20opting=20= for=20an=20of=20the=20peg solution=20rather=20than=20a=20bespoke=20system. Specific=20IMS=20packages=20being=20used=20included: Extensis=20Portfolio Photolibrary=20(by=20Logic=20Mighty) CONTENTdm=20by=20OCLC IBase SingleRapid CALM=20-=20ImageView=20subsystem Adlib=20Archive Extensis=20Portfolio=20seems=20to=20be=20a=20popular=20choice=20as=20an=20= affordable=20off=20the=20peg solution,=20with=20a=20free=20trial=20download.=20Services=20using=20Exten= sis=20seem=20to=20be managing=20collections=20in=20the=20region=20of=201000=20-=2010,000=20imag= es=20in=20size.=20Users have=20found=20it=20easy=20to=20use,=20and=20relatively=20affordable=20at=20= around=20the=20=A3200 mark.=20 Other=20Archive=20services=20are=20using=20their=20existing=20cataloguing=20= systems=20like CALM=20and=20Adlib,=20although=20some=20services=20have=20purchased=20a=20= separate=20IMS application=20as=20well. Many=20of=20the=20suppliers=20are=20very=20happy=20to=20talk=20about=20the= ir=20products=20and=20are worth=20contacting=20for=20further=20details. Kind=20regards Clare=20Hackett Assistant=20Archivist Guinness=20Archive Email:=20clare.hakett@diageo.com ________________________________________________________________________ This=20email=20and=20any=20files=20transmitted=20with=20it=20are=20confide= ntial=20and=20intended=20solely=20for=20the=20use=20of=20the=20individual=20= or=20entity=20to=20which=20they=20are=20addressed.=20 If=20you=20have=20received=20this=20email=20in=20error=20please=20notify=20= the=20Diageo=20Servicedesk=20on=20+44=20(0)=20131=20319=206000 This=20footnote=20also=20confirms=20that=20this=20email=20has=20been=20sca= nned=20for=20all=20viruses=20by=20the=20Messagelabs=20SkyScan=20service. http://www.diageo.com ________________________________________________________________________ ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 07:57:56 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0314 Inboxes, missing records, libel on the web Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN 050314 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. WHAT'S in your employees' inbox? Globetechnology.com - Canada ... rules for the acceptable use of e-mail, addressing the use of=20 business e-mail for personal reasons, the forwarding of confidential documents, and acceptable ... 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From: Kimber Jane Subject: National newspaper microfilms offered free of charge Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52963.B0601530" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit MIME-Version: 1.0 This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52963.B0601530 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear colleagues, Hammersmith Reference Library, Shepherds Bush Road, London W6 7AT, is = looking for a home for the following microfilms and indexes, which are = housed in five cabinets. If anybody wishes to take any or all of them = (free of charge, but must be collected), please contact the Reference = Librarian, Robert Jones, on 020 8753 3817 or = Robert.Jones@lbhf.gov.uk. The films = are positive films. The Times Indexes 1902 - 1998 (330 bound volumes). Comprehensive = indexes. The Times on microfilm January 1903 - December 1998 (approx 1,132 reels. = We believe there may be half dozen or so reels missing) The Observer on microfilm January 1968 - December 1981 (56 reels) Sunday Times on microfilm January 1960 - December 1998 (331 reels, = missing 1 reel November-December 1974) Times Literary Supplement on microfilm January 1972 - December 1975 (8 = reels) Political Studies 1953 - 1969 (5 reels) World Politics Oct 1965 - July 1970 (1 reel) Board of Trade: Commission on the 3rd London Airport, 1972. - SBN = 115108769 (10 reels) Jane Kimber Borough Archivist =20 Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History Centre The Lilla Huset 191 Talgarth Road London W6 8BJ Tel: 020 8741 5159 Fax: 020 8741 4882 Email: archives@lbhf.gov.uk =20 DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this e-mail is intended for the recipient = or entity to whom it is addressed. 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Dear colleagues,

Hammersmith Reference Library, Shepherds Bush = Road,=20 London W6 7AT, is looking for a home for the following microfilms = and=20 indexes, which are housed in five cabinets. If anybody wishes to = take any=20 or all of them (free of charge, but must be collected), please contact = the=20 Reference Librarian, Robert Jones, on 020 8753 3817 or Robert.Jones@lbhf.gov.uk.  The films are = positive=20 films.

The=20 Times Indexes 1902 – 1998 (330 bound volumes). Comprehensive=20 indexes.

The=20 Times on microfilm January 1903 – December 1998 (approx 1,132 = reels. We believe=20 there may be half dozen or so reels = missing)

The=20 Observer on microfilm January 1968 – December 1981 (56=20 reels)

Sunday=20 Times on microfilm January 1960 – December 1998 (331 reels, = missing 1 reel=20 November-December 1974)

Times=20 Literary Supplement on microfilm January 1972 – December 1975 (8=20 reels)

Political=20 Studies 1953 – 1969 (5 reels)

World=20 Politics Oct 1965 – July 1970 (1 = reel)

Board of=20 Trade: Commission on the 3rd London Airport, 1972. –  SBN 115108769  (10 = reels)

Jane Kimber
Borough = Archivist
 
Hammersmith and Fulham = Archives and Local=20 History Centre
The Lilla Huset
191 Talgarth = Road
London W6 8BJ
Tel: 020 8741 = 5159
Fax: 020 8741 = 4882
Email:=20 archives@lbhf.gov.uk

 

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Whilst we make every effort to keep our network free from = viruses, you need to verify that this email and any attachments are = virus-free, as we can take no responsibility for any computer virus = which might be transferred by way of them. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52963.B0601530-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 14:46:15 -0000 Reply-To: Janet Moat Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Janet Moat Subject: charging for scanning MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Apologies if this one has already been discussed by the list, but I = would be interested in knowing what other archives charge to scan = material, where the repository permits this for research purposes. = Please reply to me off-list and I will summarise for the list if anyone = is interested. Janet Moat, Keeper of bfi Special Collections, BFI, LONDON W1T 1LN ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 15:27:30 +0000 Reply-To: Liam Morton Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Liam Morton Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; format=flowed

I am enquring to see if any members on the list have a placement year as an assistant archivist prior to studying at UCL for the masters in Archives and records Management.

I will be graduating in June 2005 and would like to persue a career in archives but to do this i need a years experience before i embark on the UCL course.

Contact me directly if you have any vacancies or if you need further information from me such as my CV or references.

Liam

========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 15:53:58 -0000 Reply-To: Isobel Thompson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Isobel Thompson Subject: An opportunity to assist in the development of the Designation scheme for outstanding collections in England's libraries and archives MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52977.32D6A995" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52977.32D6A995 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable An=20opportunity=20to=20assist=20in=20the=20development=20of=20the=20Desig= nation=20scheme for=20outstanding=20collections=20in=20England's=20libraries=20and=20archi= ves =20 The=20Designation=20Scheme=20has=20identified=20outstanding=20collections=20= held=20in England's=20non-national=20museums=20since=201997.=20=20The=20Scheme=20was= =20extended=20to libraries=20and=20archives=20in=20November=202004,=20=20and=20an=20announc= ement=20of successful=20applicants=20in=20this=20first=20round=20will=20be=20made=20b= y=20the=20end=20of September=202005.=20The=20extended=20Scheme=20will=20identify=20library=20= and=20archive collections=20in=20non-national=20institutions=20which=20are=20deemed=20to= =20be=20of national=20and=20international=20importance,=20highlighting=20the=20richne= ss=20and variety=20of=20such=20collections=20in=20range=20of=20different=20organisa= tions. =20 MLA=20would=20like=20to=20appoint=20a=20consultant=20to=20help=20us=20mana= ge=20the=20assessment process,=20reviewing=20applications=20for=20our=20colleagues=20in=20the=20= regions=20and producing=20summaries=20of=20evidence=20for=20consideration=20by=20the=20D= esignation Panel=20in=20June=20and=20July=202005.=20Expressions=20of=20interest=20rec= eived=20to=20date suggest=20that=20the=20consultant=20will=20work=20mainly=20on=20applicatio= ns=20from libraries=20and=20archives=20in=20London,=20although=20there=20may=20be=20= opportunities=20to look=20at=20those=20from=20elsewhere.=20The=20consultant=20will=20need=20t= o=20be=20available between=20mid=20April=20and=20July=202005.=20=20=20The=20bulk=20of=20asses= sment=20work=20will=20be carried=20out=20from=2015=20April=20until=2020=20May=202005,=20with=20the=20= preparation=20of summaries=20for=20the=20first=20Panel=20meeting=20at=20the=20beginning=20o= f=20June. =20 For=20further=20information=20about=20the=20role=20and=20its=20requirement= s,=20and=20for details=20of=20how=20to=20submit=20a=20tender,=20please=20see http://www.mla.gov.uk/documents/0083brf.doc.=20=20The=20closing=20date=20i= s=2012 noon,=20Friday=201st=20April=202005. =20 =20 Isobel=20J=20R=20Thompson Standards=20Policy=20Adviser Museums,=20Libraries=20and=20Archives=20Council 16=20Queen=20Anne's=20Gate,=20London=20SW1H=209AA =20 T=20020=207273=201454 F=20020=207273=201404 E=20isobel.thompson@mla.gov.uk=20=20 =20 =20 ______________________________________________________________________ Unless=20stated=20otherwise=20the=20information=20contained=20in=20this=20= e-mail=20and=20any=20attachments=20is=20confidential.=20=20=20If=20you=20h= ave=20received=20it=20in=20error,=20you=20are=20on=20notice=20of=20its=20s= tatus.=20=20=20It=20is=20intended=20solely=20for=20the=20addressee.=20=20=20= Any=20unauthorised=20use=20is=20strictly=20prohibited.=20=20If=20you=20are= =20not=20the=20intended=20recipient=20please=20notify=20the=20sender=20imm= ediately=20and=20delete=20the=20email=20and=20any=20attachments=20from=20t= he=20system. This=20email=20has=20been=20scanned=20by=20the=20MessageLabs=20Email=20Sec= urity=20System. For=20more=20information=20please=20visit=20http://www.messagelabs.com/ema= il=20 ______________________________________________________________________ ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52977.32D6A995 Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable = An=20opportunity=20to=20assist=20in=20the=20development=20= of=20the Designation=20scheme=20for=20outstanding=20collections=20in=20England̵= 7;s=20libraries=20and archives

 

The Designation=20Scheme=20has=20identified=20outstanding=20collections=20held= =20in England’s=20non-national=20museums=20since=201997. =20The=20Sch= eme=20was=20extended to=20libraries=20and=20archives=20in=20November=202004, =20and=20an=20= announcement=20of successful=20applicants=20in=20this=20first=20round=20will=20be=20made=20b= y=20the=20end=20of=20September 2005.=20The=20extended=20Scheme=20will=20identify=20library=20and=20archiv= e=20collections=20in non-national=20institutions=20which=20are=20deemed=20to=20be=20of=20nation= al=20and=20international importance,=20highlighting=20the=20richness=20and=20variety=20of=20such=20= collections=20in=20range of=20different=20organisations.

 

MLA would=20like=20to=20appoint=20a=20consultant=20to=20help=20us=20manage=20t= he=20assessment=20process, reviewing=20applications=20for=20our=20colleagues=20in=20the=20regions=20a= nd=20producing summaries=20of=20evidence=20for=20consideration=20by=20the=20Designation=20= Panel=20in=20June=20and July=202005.=20Expressions=20of=20interest=20received=20to=20date=20sugges= t=20that=20the=20consultant will=20work=20mainly=20on=20applications=20from=20libraries=20and=20archiv= es=20in=20London, although=20there=20may=20be=20opportunities=20to=20look=20at=20those=20fro= m=20elsewhere.=20The consultant=20will=20need=20to=20be=20available=20between=20mid=20April=20a= nd=20July 2005.  =20The=20bulk=20of=20assessment=20work=20will=20be=20carr= ied=20out=20from=2015=20April until=2020=20May=202005,=20with=20the=20preparation=20of=20summaries=20for= =20the=20first=20Panel meeting=20at=20the=20beginning=20of=20June.

 

For further=20information=20about=20the=20role=20and=20its=20requirements,=20a= nd=20for=20details=20of=20how to=20submit=20a=20tender,=20please=20see=20http://www.mla.gov.uk= /documents/0083brf.doc.  The=20closing=20date=20is=2012=20noon,=20Friday=201st=20April=20= 2005.

 

 

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E=20isobel.thompson@mla.gov.uk

 

 


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I would like to apologise for my last email to the list, it may have seemed to be quite unprofessional.

I should also have enquired about Archive Assistant positions instead of Assistant Archives ones.

Liam


 

========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 16:44:23 -0000 Reply-To: Clare Brown Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Clare Brown Subject: Archives Assistant/Graduate Trainee MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5297E.3E3C7821" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5297E.3E3C7821 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable > Lambeth Palace Library will be offering a temporary archives assistant = post, ideal for someone looking for pre-course work experience. Please = draw this to the attention of anyone you think might be interested. = Many thanks. >=20 > ARCHIVES ASSISTANT / GRADUATE TRAINEE >=20 > Salary: =A315,458 p.a. (under review) >=20 > Location: Lambeth Palace Library, London SE1 7JU. = http://www.lambethpalacelibrary.org >=20 > This post is offered on a one year fixed-term contract to run August = 2005-August 2006 and is suitable for someone seeking work experience = before taking a postgraduate course in archives and records management. >=20 > Duties: > * Assisting in the running of the Reading Room, by admitting readers, = fetching and returning material for readers, supervising use of = material, and other related duties. > * Assisting with work on the archives and manuscripts, including = computerised cataloguing using CALM for Archives. > * Supervising tour parties and other visitors to the Library. > * Answering routine genealogical and other enquiries. > * Assisting in implementing a basic preservation programme by = re-boxing or cleaning documents. > * Processing orders for photocopying and digital photography. > * Any other Library duties as required. >=20 > Requirements: Essential > * Good honours degree in the humanities (or expect to achieve one this = summer). > * IT literate with good keyboarding skills. > * Knowledge of at least on foreign language (GSCE minimum). > * Ability to work on one> '> s own and as a member of a team. > * Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. > * Ability to work methodically and accurately. > * Ability to deal politely and efficiently with members of the public. > * Ability to move books and archive boxes within the confines of an = historic building in the course of normal duties. > * Flexibility and enthusiasm. >=20 > Requirements: Desirable > * Any experience in a record office or similar institution. > * A basic knowledge of Latin. > * An interest in history, theology and/or genealogy. >=20 > For application form and further details contact Christina Mackwell, = Sub-Librarian, Lambeth Palace Library, London SE1 7JU, telephone = 020-7898-1400, fax 020-7898-7931 or email = christina.mackwell@lpl.c-of-e.org.uk >=20 > Deadline: 18 April 2005 Interviews: 5 May 2005 >=20 >=20 > Mrs. Clare Brown > Assistant Archivist, > Lambeth Palace Library, > London SE1 7JU. >=20 > +44 (0) 20 7898 1400/1269 > http://www.lambethpalacelibrary.org >=20 > CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: > This message is intended solely for the addressee(s) in the first = instance and may contain confidential information. If you are not the = intended recipient, please notify the sender, delete the message from = your system immediately and do not disclose the contents to any other = party. >=20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5297E.3E3C7821 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Archives Assistant/Graduate Trainee

Lambeth Palace Library will be = offering a temporary archives assistant post, ideal for someone looking = for pre-course work experience.  Please draw this to the attention = of anyone you think might be interested.  Many thanks.

ARCHIVES ASSISTANT / GRADUATE = TRAINEE

Salary: =A315,458 p.a. (under = review)

Location: Lambeth Palace Library, = London SE1 7JU. http://www.lambethpalacelibr= ary.org

This post is offered on a one year = fixed-term contract to run August 2005-August 2006 and is suitable for = someone seeking work experience before taking a postgraduate course in = archives and records management.

Duties:

  • Assisting in the running of the = Reading Room, by admitting readers, fetching and returning material for = readers, supervising use of material, and other related = duties.
  • Assisting with work on the archives = and manuscripts, including computerised cataloguing using CALM for = Archives.
  • Supervising tour parties and other = visitors to the Library.
  • Answering routine genealogical and = other enquiries.
  • Assisting in implementing a basic = preservation programme by re-boxing or cleaning documents.
  • Processing orders for photocopying = and digital photography.
  • Any other Library duties as = required.

Requirements: Essential

  • Good honours degree in the humanities = (or expect to achieve one this summer).
  • IT literate with good keyboarding = skills.
  • Knowledge of at least on foreign = language (GSCE minimum).
  • Ability to work on one’s own = and as a member of a team.
  • Ability to work under pressure and = meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work methodically and = accurately.
  • Ability to deal politely and = efficiently with members of the public.
  • Ability to move books and archive = boxes within the confines of an historic building in the course of = normal duties.
  • Flexibility and = enthusiasm.

Requirements: Desirable

  • Any experience in a record office or = similar institution.
  • A basic knowledge of = Latin.
  • An interest in history, theology = and/or genealogy.

For application form and further = details contact Christina Mackwell, Sub-Librarian, Lambeth Palace = Library, London SE1 7JU, telephone 020-7898-1400, fax 020-7898-7931 or = email christina.mackwell@lpl.c-of-e.org.uk

Deadline: 18 April 2005 =         =         Interviews: 5 May 2005


Mrs. Clare Brown
Assistant Archivist,
Lambeth Palace Library,
London SE1 7JU.

+44 (0) 20 7898 1400/1269
http://www.lambethpalacelibr= ary.org

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE:
This message is intended solely for = the addressee(s) in the first instance and may contain confidential = information.  If you are not the intended recipient, please notify = the sender, delete the message from your system immediately and do not = disclose the contents to any other party.

------_=_NextPart_001_01C5297E.3E3C7821-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 16:54:04 -0000 Reply-To: "Sargent, Dick" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Sargent, Dick" Subject: online catalogues and netiquette MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Many thanks to all who have sent me details of their on-line catalogues. I have received nearly 30 replies and cannot thank everyone individually. Please keep them coming. They are highly appreciated if not alas acknowledged. As the Easter holidays are approaching may I remind members not to set auto replies for their email without first changing their subscriptions on the List to NO MAIL. Otherwise anyone posting a message will receive annoying out of office replies. You can access your settings via http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/archives-nra.html You will not miss anything as all messages are added to the List's archives. thanks Dick Sargent ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 17:31:00 +0000 Reply-To: Paul_Sillitoe@FLINTSHIRE.GOV.UK Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Paul Sillitoe Subject: Proposal for Archival Description Seminar in North Wales: 1 day, Easter - End July 2005 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="=_alternative 006026AA80256FC5_=" This is a multipart message in MIME format. --=_alternative 006026AA80256FC5_= Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Proposal for Archival Description Seminar in North Wales: 1 day, Easter -= End July 2005 Flintshire Record office is proposing to engage the Archives Skills=20 Consultancy to deliver a day's training as indicated below, and is seeking= expressions of interest from any other service wishing to join in. Would= any service interested, please contact me on 01244 532414 or by email. We can offer the training venue at our Hawarden, Flintshire, office, and=20 4-5 places on a shared costs basis. The initial indicative cost is about= =A3100 per delegate, but this would need to be firmed up in relation to=20 overall numbers attending. We would not wish to run the event at a very=20 much higher cost. We hope that this venue will perhaps make the training more accessible and= affordable to services within a reasonable distance of our Hawarden=20 office, rather than having to fund travel etc to London, as well as=20 training fees. The outline below can obviously be tailored somewhat to best match all=20 participants' needs. FRO's needs are seen to be (but we shall obviously=20 be flexible in the interests of getting a critical mass): ISAD(G)2 understanding and implementation Revised ISAAR(CPF) and NCA Rules understanding and implementation Possibly UNESCO Thesaurus understanding and implementation Possibly aspects of CALM data entry using these standards. EAD and web-enablement is less of an issue for us at the moment. The Archives Skills Consultancy says the following about this training: "The Description Seminar is intended as a highly participative=20 professional development opportunity for practitioners who want to develop= their knowledge and experience of current developments in descriptive=20 standards. It will also provide an occasion for networking with others in= similar situations. The day begins with a session on managing the description function,=20 followed by an in-depth session on ISAD(G) and how to apply it to new=20 description as well as converting older catalogues for compliance with the= standard. There will then be an introduction to using ISAAR and the data= bank of ISAAR administrative histories and biographies. After lunch there= is a case study on using EAD to mount ISAD(G) compliant description on=20 Websites. A session on technology is followed by a final facilitated group= discussion to enable participants to develop their own action plans. Please note that the seminar assumes basic familiarity with ISAD(G), which= participants can prepare by reading through some brief pre-course reading= which will be supplied on request when registering. We will be requesting= that you send us examples of your older finding aids for analysis in=20 advance for the ISAD(G) session." ********************************************************************** Opinions advice, conclusions and other information in this=20 message that do not relate to the official business of=20 Flintshire County Council shall be understood as neither=20 given nor endorsed by it or on its behalf, and consequently=20 Flintshire County Council shall bear no responsibility=20 whatsoever in respect thereof. Deellir na fydd unrhyw safbwyntiau, na chynghorion, na=20 chasgliadau nac unrhyw wybodaeth arall yn y neges hon,=20 nad ydynt yn berthnasol i waith swyddogol=20 Cyngor Sir y Fflint, yn cael eu cynnig na'u cadarnhau ganddo=20 nac ar ei ran, ac felly ni fydd Cyngor Sir y Fflint yn derbyn=20 unrhyw gyfrifoldeb am y rhannau hynny o'r neges.=20 ********************************************************************** --=_alternative 006026AA80256FC5_= Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Proposal for Archival Descri= ption Seminar in North Wales: 1 day, Easter - End July 2005

Flintshire Record office is prop= osing to engage the Archives Skills Consultancy to deliver a day's training= as indicated below, and is seeking expressions of interest from any other = service wishing to join in.  Would any service interested, please cont= act me on 01244 532414 or by email.

We can offer the training venue = at our Hawarden, Flintshire, office, and 4-5 places on a shared costs basis= .  The initial indicative cost is about =A3100 per delegate, but this = would need to be firmed up in relation to overall numbers attending.  = We would not wish to run the event at a very much higher cost.

We hope that this venue will per= haps make the training more accessible and affordable to services within a = reasonable distance of our Hawarden office, rather than having to fund trav= el etc to London, as well as training fees.

The outline below can obviously = be tailored somewhat to best match all participants' needs.  FRO's nee= ds are seen to be (but we shall obviously be flexible in the interests of g= etting a critical mass):

  • ISAD(G)2 understanding and impl= ementation
  • Revised ISAAR(CPF) and NCA Rule= s understanding and implementation
  • Possibly UNESCO Thesaurus under= standing and implementation
  • Possibly aspects of CALM data e= ntry using these standards.
  • EAD and web-enablement is less = of an issue for us at the moment.


    The Archives Skills Consultancy= says the following about this training:

    "The Description Seminar is= intended as a highly participative professional development opportunity fo= r practitioners who want to develop their knowledge and experience of curre= nt developments in descriptive standards. It will also provide an occasion = for networking with others in similar situations.

    The day begins with a session on= managing the description function, followed by an in-depth session on ISAD= (G) and how to apply it to new description as well as converting older cata= logues for compliance with the standard. There will then be an introduction= to using ISAAR and the data bank of ISAAR administrative histories and bio= graphies. After lunch there is a case study on using EAD to mount ISAD(G) c= ompliant description on Websites. A session on technology is followed by a = final facilitated group discussion to enable participants to develop their = own action plans.

    Please note that the seminar ass= umes basic familiarity with ISAD(G), which participants can prepare by read= ing through some brief pre-course reading which will be supplied on request= when registering. We will be requesting that you send us examples of your = older finding aids for analysis in advance for the ISAD(G) session."




**********************************************************************
Opinions advice, conclusions and other information in this
message that do not relate to the official business of
Flintshire County Council shall be understood as neither
given nor endorsed by it or on its behalf, and consequently
Flintshire County Council shall bear no responsibility
whatsoever in respect thereof.
Deellir na fydd unrhyw safbwyntiau, na chynghorion, na
chasgliadau nac unrhyw wybodaeth arall yn y neges hon,
nad ydynt yn berthnasol i waith swyddogol
Cyngor Sir y Fflint, yn cael eu cynnig na'u cadarnhau ganddo
nac ar ei ran, ac felly ni fydd Cyngor Sir y Fflint yn derbyn
unrhyw gyfrifoldeb am y rhannau hynny o'r neges.
**********************************************************************
--=_alternative 006026AA80256FC5_=-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 19:19:31 GMT Reply-To: CDS Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: CDS Subject: All aboard the skylark MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit I am trying to track down the origin of the phrase 'All aboard the skylark - trips around the bay' for an English Heritage book on the seaside. We have photos from the 1880s with boats all called the Skylark, doing trips around the bay, and note from about 1912 in an internet biography. Can anyone take us further? Thanks Clar Sargent **************************************** Clare Sargent Head of Library Radley College Abingdon OX14 2 HR tel/fax 01235 543041 cds@radley.org.uk website www.radley.org.uk This email is confidential and directed for the personal attention of the addressee only. If you have received it inadvertently please contact Clare Sargent ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 20:28:03 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0315 Scissors Lady, Jefferson Papers, Glass negatives Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news stories from around the world. DISNEY to pay Hebrew University $2.66m for user rights to Baby ... Globes Online - Israel ... Over the next five years, the university's name and the Einstein Archives website will appear on all packaging and advertisement of Baby Einstein products. ... RUSSIA * JAPAN * PRISONERS OF WAR RIA Novosti - Moscow,Russia ... 2005. 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JUSTICES hear arguments on access to Dean papers Barre Montpelier Times Argus - Barre,VT,USA ... for the Democratic presidential nomination and there was widespread interest in the contents of the boxes, which were under the control of the state archives. ... EDITORIAL: Depleting state history Sacramento Bee - Sacramento,CA,USA ... and display of the historical documents of the state of California." The commission oversaw the development of the new California State Archives Building and ... ACCESS to public records can sometimes cost thousands Honolulu Advertiser - Honolulu,HI,USA ... cost $20,000 in computer programming fees to remove confidential information from the files. ... The cost issue is unresolved and the records have not been released ... LOOKING BACK: ERIKA MAILMAN Bosko sees positive in old negatives Montclarion - Montclair,CA,USA ... "That's the high point," Bosko said. If the house was burning down, he says, this would be what he'd save. Bosko prints from the glass negatives he purchases. ... New York Times Can Papers End the Free Ride Online? The Guardian The scissor sister After 55 years, 'human Google' Edda Tasiemka is selling her amazing cuttings library and retiring - distressing news for at least one customer Wall Street Journal Why a Life's Work Is Taking Princeton So Long to Document Unfinished Jefferson Project Is Now in Its 63rd Year; Yale's Ben Franklin Slog Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 16:12:18 -0000 Reply-To: Kate Chantry Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Kate Chantry Subject: Births, Marriages and Deaths microfiche 1837-1920 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52979.C2D185E0" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52979.C2D185E0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear List Members I have been asked to post the following. A Suffolk based family historian wishes to sell Births, Marriages and = Deaths indices on microfiche covering the years 1837-1920 for =A32950 or near = offer. They are filed in the microfiche card board boxes they were delivered = in and are in three sequences in date order. =20 Offers are invited for 3 microfiche readers that have been used to view these fiche:- 2 x CM Consolidated Micrographics 978 both with 2 light settings high = and low, and high and low magnification (no image rotation) and double = fiche carriers. 1 x Micron 785 with one lens, high and low light settings and a single carrier Please contact Mrs Jarrett on 01394 383430 or e-mail jarrett.and.jarrett@virgin.net. Thank you Kate Chantry Service Archivist Ipswich Record Office, Gatacre Road, Ipswich, IP1 2LQ Tel (01473) 584542 Fax (01473) 584533 E-mail Kate.Chantry@libher.suffolkcc.gov.uk This message and any attachments accompanying it are intended for the = named addressee only, and may contain information which is privileged, confidential or prohibited from disclosure or unauthorised use. Any = use, reproduction, distribution, disclosure or modification of this email = message or its attachments other than by its intended recipient is strictly prohibited by the sender. if you have received it in error, I apologise = and ask that you delete it and inform me immediately. The views contained in this message are those of the individual and do = not necessarily represent the views of the County Council Preserving Suffolk's Archival Heritage You can help the Suffolk Record Office to acquire, preserve and make available the original documents which are the basis of Suffolk's = history. To find out more, click here:=20 http://www.suffolkcc.gov.uk/sro/friends_of_sro1.html ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52979.C2D185E0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Births, Marriages and Deaths microfiche 1837-1920

Dear List Members

I have been asked to post the = following.

A Suffolk based family historian = wishes to sell Births, Marriages and Deaths indices on microfiche = covering the years 1837-1920 for =A32950 or near offer.  They are = filed in the microfiche card board boxes they were delivered in and are = in three sequences in date order. 

Offers are invited for 3 microfiche = readers that have been used to view these fiche:-
2 x CM Consolidated Micrographics 978 = both with 2 light settings high and low, and high and low magnification = (no image rotation) and double fiche carriers.

1 x Micron 785 with one lens, high and = low light settings and a single carrier

Please contact Mrs Jarrett on 01394 = 383430 or e-mail jarrett.and.jarrett@virgin.net.

Thank you

Kate Chantry
Service Archivist
Ipswich Record Office, Gatacre Road, = Ipswich, IP1 2LQ
Tel (01473) 584542 Fax (01473) = 584533
E-mail = Kate.Chantry@libher.suffolkcc.gov.uk

This message and any attachments = accompanying it are intended for the named addressee only, and may = contain information which is privileged, confidential or prohibited = from disclosure or unauthorised use. Any use, reproduction, = distribution, disclosure or modification of this email message or its = attachments other than by its intended recipient is strictly prohibited = by the sender. if you have received it in error, I apologise and ask = that you delete it and inform me immediately.

The views contained in this message = are those of the individual and do not necessarily represent the views = of the County Council


Preserving = Suffolk's Archival Heritage

You can help the = Suffolk Record Office to acquire, preserve and make available the = original documents which are the basis of Suffolk's history.  To = find out more, click here:

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52979.C2D185E0-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 08:56:06 -0000 Reply-To: Brian Carpenter Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Brian Carpenter Subject: Devon Record Office MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52A05.FD917AA0" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A05.FD917AA0 Content-Type: text/plain Would all list members please note that the Devon Record Office re-opened to the public on Monday 14th March. The office's address is now as follows: Great Moor House Bittern Road Sowton Exeter Devon EX2 7NL Tel: 01392 384253 Fax: 01392 384256 E-mail: devrec@devon.gov.uk Website: http://www.devon.gov.uk/record_office.htm Opening Hours: 10-6, Monday-Friday We would be grateful if any websites or information sheets which include the office's former details could be updated. Brian Carpenter Archivist Devon Record Office Great Moor House Bittern Road Sowton Exeter Devon EX2 7NL United Kingdom Archives Tel: +44 (0)1392 384253 Archives Fax: +44 (0)1392 384256 Direct Line: +44 (0)1392 384254 Web Page: http://www.devon.gov.uk/record_office.htm ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A05.FD917AA0 Content-Type: text/html Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Devon Record Office

Would all list members please note = that the Devon Record Office re-opened to the public on Monday 14th = March. 

The office's address is now as = follows:

Great Moor House
Bittern Road
Sowton
Exeter
Devon
EX2 7NL

Tel:  01392 384253
Fax:  01392 384256
E-mail:  = devrec@devon.gov.uk

Website:  http://www.devon.gov.uk/record_office.htm

Opening Hours:  10-6, = Monday-Friday

We would be grateful if any websites = or information sheets which include the office's former details could = be updated.

Brian Carpenter
Archivist
Devon Record Office
Great Moor House
Bittern Road
Sowton
Exeter
Devon
EX2 7NL
United Kingdom
Archives Tel:  +44 (0)1392 = 384253
Archives Fax: +44 (0)1392 = 384256
Direct Line:  +44 (0)1392 = 384254
Web Page: http://www.devon.gov.uk/record_office.htm=



------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A05.FD917AA0-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 09:27:17 +0000 Reply-To: Chris Lambert Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Chris Lambert Subject: Changes to the archive service in the Southend area The Essex Record Office currently operates a branch in Southend, serving both Southend itself and the neighbouring districts of Rochford and Castle Point. Southend-on-Sea Borough Council has now decided to change its approach to the delivery of archive services in Southend. As a result, the Southend Branch Record Office will be replaced with an Access Point as from 31 March 2005. The original records now held at Southend, and all future deposits of records, will be held instead at the Essex Record Office in Wharf Road, Chelmsford CM2 6YT. Southend-on-Sea Borough Council will provide an Access Point in Southend Central Library, where copy material currently held in the branch office will continue to be available, and where more will be added. Records currently held at Southend will be moved to Chelmsford in the week beginning 4 April, and during the transfer period will be unavailable for research. Users intending to visit around this time should consult the staff at Chelmsford (tel. 01245 244640, email ero.enquiry@essexcc.gov.uk). An A4 poster to this effect is available as a pdf file. I emailed this yesterday to our neighbouring archives, but if anyone else would like one please let me know. Chris Lambert Essex Record Office Wharf Road Chelmsford CM2 6YT www.essexcc.gov.uk email chris.lambert@essexcc.gov.uk tel. 01245 244605 fax 01245 244655 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 11:06:35 -0000 Reply-To: HAT Archive Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: HAT Archive Subject: Job vacancy - HAT Archive MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0005_01C52A18.37CDE7F0" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0005_01C52A18.37CDE7F0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear NRA list members, The closing date for the job vacancy below has been extended since the = previous bulletin was sent out. An advertisement will also appear in ARC = Recruitment on 18th March. Please would you pass this information on to = anyone who may be interested. Thank you The History of Advertising Trust Archive 12, Raveningham Centre, Raveningham, Norwich NR14 6NU (Registered Charity 276194) www.hatads.org.uk =20 CURATOR, HAT ARCHIVE =20 A permanent position is offered to a qualified and experienced archivist = or museum curator to work in a small friendly team of staff and = volunteers. Excellent archive collections management, planning, = organisational and IT skills and experience are essential, including a = working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and dsCALM software.=20 =20 Closing date for applications Friday 15 April with interviews taking = place on 27 and 28 April. Salary from SOA recommended minimum according = to qualifications and experience. For a job description, person profile, other details and method of = application please contact=20 Margaret Rose on 01508 548623 or email margaret.rose2@ukonline.co.uk =20 The History of Advertising Trust Archive 12, Raveningham Centre, Raveningham NORWICH NR14 6NU Phone: 01508 548623 Fax: 01508 548478 email: archive@hatads.demon.co.uk www.hatads.org.uk Registered Charity no. 276194 -------------------------------------------------------------------------= ---------------------------- This email and any attachments are confidential and solely for the use = of the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient or the = person responsible for delivering this material to the intended = recipient, you are not authorised to, and must not disclose, copy, = distribute or retain this email or its attachments. Please note that although this email and its attachments are believed to = be free of any virus or other defect, it is the responsibility of the = recipient to ensure that they are virus free and that no responsibility = is accepted by The History of Advertising Trust for any loss or damage = arising from receipt or use thereof. ------=_NextPart_000_0005_01C52A18.37CDE7F0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Dear NRA=20 list members,
The=20 closing date for the job vacancy below has been extended since the = previous=20 bulletin was sent out. An advertisement will also appear in ARC=20 Recruitment on 18th March. Please would you pass this = information on=20 to anyone who may be interested. Thank you

 

The=20 History of Advertising Trust Archive

(Registered=20 Charity 276194)

www.hatads.org.uk

 

CURATOR, HAT ARCHIVE

 

A=20 permanent position is offered to a qualified and experienced archivist = or museum=20 curator to work in a small friendly team of staff and volunteers. = Excellent=20 archive collections management, planning, organisational and IT skills = and=20 experience are essential, including a working knowledge of Microsoft = Office=20 suite and dsCALM software.

 

Closing=20 date for applications Friday 15 April with interviews taking place on 27 = and 28=20 April. Salary from SOA recommended minimum according to qualifications = and=20 experience.

For a=20 job description, person profile, other details and method of application = please=20 contact

Margaret=20 Rose on 01508 548623 or email margaret.rose2@ukonline.co.uk

 

12, Raveningham Centre, Raveningham, Norwich NR14=20 6NU

The History of Advertising Trust = Archive
12,=20 Raveningham Centre,
Raveningham
NORWICH
NR14 6NU
 
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------=_NextPart_000_0005_01C52A18.37CDE7F0-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 11:42:20 +0000 Reply-To: Katie Woolf Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Katie Woolf Subject: Departure of Steven Jones from the National Archives Steven Jones, Head of Archive Inspection Services at The National Archives (TNA), will be leaving the archives profession to take up a new appointment at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) from Friday 1 April. Steven will be working in DEFRA's Rural Services Policy division. A new Head of Archive Inspection Services will be recruited from within TNA for an initial 6-month period. Details of this new post-holder will be announced early in April. A general recruitment exercise for a permanent replacement will be carried out later this year. Two new Archive Inspection Officers have recently started work with Steven at TNA: Tom Vincent joins us from the Yorkshire Film Archive, and Kevin Mulley joins from Bury Archive Service. Both can be contacted via the usual TNA e-mail format: firstname.lastname@nationalarchives.gov.uk or via archive-inspection@nationalarchives.gov.uk Katie Woolf Communications and Advocacy Manager National Advisory Services The National Archives http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ 020 8392 5330 ex 2380 katie.woolf@nationalarchives.gov.uk ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 11:58:53 -0000 Reply-To: Archives Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Archives Subject: Reopening MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52A1F.860989E0" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A1F.860989E0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Sorry - just seen Devon's notice so thought we'd send one as well! =20 Tameside Local Studies & Archive Centre is now open for business! =20 Our new hours are: =20 Mon - Thur: 9.00am - 7.30pm Fri: 9.00am - 5.00pm Sat: 9.00am - 4.00pm =20 We can be approached from the rear of the building too, which is called = Cotton Street, and there is a mini car-park at that end. =20 Bye for now, Nell, Senior Library Assistant. =20 Tameside Local Studies & Archives Centre Central Library Old Street ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE OL6 7SG =20 Sustainable Communities - "Connecting People to Services" Community and IT Services Libraries Service Unit =20 =20 =20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A1F.860989E0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Sorry=20 - just seen Devon's notice so thought we'd send one as = well!
 
Tameside Local Studies & Archive Centre = is now open=20 for business!
 
Our=20 new hours are:
 
Mon -=20 Thur: 9.00am - 7.30pm
Fri:=20 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sat:=20 9.00am - 4.00pm
 
We can=20 be approached from the rear of the building too, which is called Cotton = Street,=20 and there is a mini car-park at that end.
 
Bye=20 for now,
Nell,
Senior=20 Library Assistant.
 
Tameside Local Studies = & Archives=20 Centre
Central Library
Old Street
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE
OL6 7SG
 
Sustainable Communities = - "Connecting=20 People to Services"
Community and IT Services
Libraries Service=20 Unit
 
 
 
------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A1F.860989E0-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 14:26:21 -0000 Reply-To: Heather Boyns Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Heather Boyns Subject: CALM query Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52A34.2057CF3E" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A34.2057CF3E Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 RGVhciBhbGwNCg0KIA0KDQpUaGlzIGlzIGEgY2FsbCBmb3IgaW5mb3JtYXRpb24gYW5kIGhlbHAg b24gcHJpbnRpbmcgb3V0IGFyY2hpdmUNCmNhdGFsb2d1ZXMgb24gQ0FMTS4gV2UgYXJlIHN0YXJ0 aW5nIHRvIGxvb2sgYXQgaXQgaGVyZSBhbmQgd29uZGVyZWQgd2hhdA0Kb3RoZXIgcmVwb3NpdG9y aWVzIGhhdmUgZm91bmQgd2FzIHRoZSBiZXN0IHdheSBvZiBjcmVhdGluZyBhIG1lYW5pbmdmdWwN CmNhdGFsb2d1ZSBmcm9tIHRoZSBkYXRhIHN0b3JlZCBvbiB0aGUgQ0FMTSBkYXRhYmFzZS4NCg0K IA0KDQpBbnkgc3VnZ2VzdGlvbnMgYWJvdXQgdGhlIGJlc3QgKG9yIHdvcnN0KSB3YXlzIG9mIGRv aW5nIHRoaXMgd291bGQgYmUNCm11Y2ggYXBwcmVjaWF0ZWQuDQoNCiANCg0KSSBhbSBoYXBweSB0 byBzdW1tYXJpc2UgZm9yIHRoZSBsaXN0IGlmIHBlb3BsZSBhcmUgaW50ZXJlc3RlZC4NCg0KIA0K DQpIZWF0aGVyIEJveW5zDQoNCiANCg0KQXJjaGl2ZSBQcm9qZWN0IE9mZmljZXINCg0KTmF0aW9u YWwgTW90b3IgTXVzZXVtIFRydXN0DQoNCkJlYXVsaWV1IA0KICANCiANCkRpc2NsYWltZXItIA0K VGhpcyBtZXNzYWdlIGlzIHN0cmljdGx5IHByaXZhdGUgYW5kIGNvbnRhaW5zIGNvbmZpZGVudGlh bCBpbmZvcm1hdGlvbiBpbnRlbmRlZCBvbmx5IGZvciB0aGUgdXNlIG9mIHRoZSBwZXJzb24gbmFt ZWQgYWJvdmUuSWYgeW91IGhhdmUgcmVjZWl2ZWQgdGhpcyBlbWFpbCBpbiBlcnJvciBwbGVhc2Ug aW1tZWRpYXRlbHkgYWR2aXNlIHBvc3RtYXN0ZXJAYmVhdWxpZXUuY28udWsgT3BpbmlvbnMgZXhw cmVzc2VkIGluIHRoaXMgZW1haWwgYXJlIHRob3NlIG9mIHRoZSBpbmRpdmlkdWFsIG9ubHkgLCBh bmQgbm90IG5lY2Vzc2FyaWx5IHRob3NlIG9mIEJlYXVsaWV1IEVzdGF0ZSwgQmVhdWxpZXUgRW50 ZXJwcmlzZXMgTGltaXRlZCBvciBhc3NvY2lhdGVkIG9yZ2FuaXNhdGlvbnMuIA0KICANCkFyZSB5 b3UgaW50byBzYWlsaW5nLCB0aGVuIHZpc2l0IEJlYXVsaWV1IEJvYXRqdW1ibGUgJiBCb2F0d29y bGQgMjQgQXByaWwuICBUaGVyZSB3aWxsIGJlIG92ZXIgMTAwMCBzdGFuZHMgc2VsbGluZyBib2F0 aW5nIGJpdHMgYW5kIHBpZWNlcy4gIFNlZSBvdXIgd2Vic2l0ZSBmb3IgZnVydGhlciBkZXRhaWxz LiANCg== ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A34.2057CF3E Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Dear = all

 

This is a call = for information and help on printing out archive catalogues on CALM. We are starting to look at it here and wondered what other repositories have = found was the best way of creating a meaningful catalogue from the data stored on = the CALM database.

 

Any suggestions = about the best (or worst) ways of doing this would be much = appreciated.

 

I am happy to = summarise for the list if people are interested.

 

Heather = Boyns

 

Archive Project = Officer

National Motor Museum Trust

Beaulieu

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A34.2057CF3E-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 14:31:38 +0000 Reply-To: Brenda Weeden Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Brenda Weeden Subject: Job opportunity MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 The following job opportunity at the University of Westminster will be advertised in the forthcoming ARC University Archivist =A338,299-=A341,683 pa inc LWA Information Systems and Library Services ISLS is seeking an experienced and motivated Archivist to lead, manage and develop Archive Services, which includes the records management function. The postholder will be responsible for all aspects of a professional archive service: an active acquisitions programme, collection care, archival description, provision of access and outreach. You will line manage the Records Manager and cooperate closely with the University History Project, which will run from 2005-2007. You should have substantial and varied experience in providing and supporting archival services with a strong understanding of management issues. Experience in Higher Education is desirable but not essential. The postholder will work closely with library and IT colleagues within ISLS and will develop contacts with academic and administrative staff across the University, and with other archivists within the wider professional community. Personal qualities required include drive and initiative, the ability to articulate archives and records issues to colleagues from other disciplines, and an enthusiasm for introducing archives to new audiences. For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Brenda Weeden on 020 7911 5000 x2524 or b.c.weeden@wmin.ac.uk. Closing date: 8 April 2005. Interviews are scheduled for 4 May 2005. Applicants are strongly encouraged to obtain further information and to apply on-line by visiting our website at http://www.wmin.ac.uk/vacancies. If you do not have Internet access, please telephone 020 7911 5150, quoting reference number 5000 1735 Please note CVs, without completed application forms, will not be accepted. Brenda Weeden University History Project ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 15:26:35 -0000 Reply-To: "Girling, Henry" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Girling, Henry" Subject: DCMS Select Committee report welcomed by Laser Foundation. 'Makin g an Impact' needed now more than ever! MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52A3C.8A79A25E" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52A3C.8A79A25E Content-Type: text/plain Public Libraries: Select Committee report welcomed by Laser Foundation. 'Making an Impact' needed now more than ever! The Laser Foundation has been encouraged by many of the conclusions of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee's latest report on England's public libraries. However, the report again highlights the need for action by the sector in demonstrating and proving the value and impact made by public libraries. The Laser Foundation has recognised this issue for some time and, reflecting the increasing debate in libraries and the wider cultural services sector on how services can demonstrate a broader impact on a wide range of local and national priorities, the Laser Foundation commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) in 2004 to undertake the Libraries Impact Project. * In the project, PwC have been asked to establish how to develop and use measures to enable a library service to identify its impact on four of the shared priorities between central and local government (children, education, health and older people). These four shared priorities were identified by the Laser Foundation in commissioning the work. * In this work, PwC have sought to link the measures which have been developed to library activities in the relevant shared priority areas as well as to the central and local government policies and targets which underpin each of the shared priority themes. * The Laser Foundation and PwC work will complement and add to the wider activities in this area, being carried out by DCMS/ACL/MLA, led by David Lightfoot of Lancashire County Libraries, and support the drive to develop approaches to measure social impact of public libraries. In particular, the work should add value by supporting local authorities in developing local measures in line with likely Audit Commission requirements and in setting out issues and approaches which could support authorities in collecting evidence for national measures. * This work will demonstrate how to use the measures locally - drawing on the experience of pilot authorities - in showing libraries' impact on wider policy areas affecting the shared priorities. This will be underpinned by the development of methodologies to show how to implement the measures locally in other library authorities. * The work will offer further practical evidence of how libraries' contributions to a number of policy areas can be assessed and demonstrated and show how the lessons can be transferred to other library authorities. The final project report, containing the measures and methodologies, is due to be published in the spring. Notes: 1. Laser Foundation Laser Foundation. Created from the transfer of the Laser Company and the transfer of funds, into the grant making trust The Laser Foundation, in 2001. It funds projects, research, development and related activities supporting the public library sector. For more information contact the Company secretary, Frances Hendrix, C/o Martin House Farm, Hilltop Lane, Whittle le Woods, Nr. Chorley, Lancs. PR6 7QR Email: frances@laserfoundation.org.uk (01257 274833) 2. PWC - contact Ian Moore, 0207 804 0386, ian.moore@uk.pwc.com 3. The Select Committee Report can be viewed in pdf at http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk/pa/cm200405/cmselect/cmcum eds/81/81i.pdf http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk/pa/cm200405/cmselect/cmcum eds/81/81ii.pdf ____________________________ Henry Girling Regional and Library Programmes The British Library 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB T: 020 7412 7333 F: 020 7412 7155 E: henry.girling@bl.uk W: www.bl.uk/about/cooperation/cooperation.html ____________________________ ************************************************************************** Experience the British Library online at www.bl.uk Help the British Library conserve the world's knowledge. Adopt a Book. www.bl.uk/adoptabook ************************************************************************* The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and may be legally privileged. It is intended for the addressee(s) only. 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Public Libraries: Select Committee report welcomed by Laser Foundation. ‘Making an Impact’ needed now more than ever!

The Laser Foundation has been encouraged by many of the conclusions of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee’s latest report on England’s public libraries.  However, the report again highlights the need for action by the sector in demonstrating and proving the value and impact made by public libraries.

The Laser Foundation has recognised this issue for some time and, reflecting the increasing debate in libraries and the wider cultural services sector on how services can demonstrate a broader impact on a wide range of local and national priorities, the Laser Foundation commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) in 2004 to undertake the Libraries Impact Project.
  • In the project, PwC have been asked to establish how to develop and use measures to enable a library service to identify its impact on four of the shared priorities between central and local government (children, education, health and older people).  These four shared priorities were identified by the Laser Foundation in commissioning the work.
  • In this work, PwC have sought to link the measures which have been developed to library activities in the relevant shared priority areas as well as to the central and local government policies and targets which underpin each of the shared priority themes.
  • The Laser Foundation and PwC work will complement and add to the wider activities in this area, being carried out by DCMS/ACL/MLA, led by David Lightfoot of Lancashire County Libraries, and support the drive to develop approaches to measure social impact of public libraries.  In particular, the work should add value by supporting local authorities in developing local measures in line with likely Audit Commission requirements and in setting out issues and approaches which could support authorities in collecting evidence for national measures.
  • This work will demonstrate how to use the measures locally – drawing on the experience of pilot authorities - in showing libraries’ impact on wider policy areas affecting the shared priorities.  This will be underpinned by the development of methodologies to show how to implement the measures locally in other library authorities.
  • The work will offer further practical evidence of how libraries’ contributions to a number of policy areas can be assessed and demonstrated and show how the lessons can be transferred to other library authorities. The final project report, containing the measures and methodologies, is due to be published in the spring.



    Notes:

    1.       Laser Foundation Laser Foundation. Created from the transfer of the Laser Company and the transfer of funds, into the grant making trust The Laser Foundation, in 2001. It funds projects, research, development and related activities supporting the public library sector. For more information contact the Company secretary, Frances Hendrix, C/o Martin House Farm, Hilltop Lane, Whittle le Woods, Nr. Chorley, Lancs. PR6 7QR
    Email: frances@laserfoundation.org.uk (01257 274833)

    2. PWC – contact Ian Moore, 0207 804 0386, ian.moore@uk.pwc.com


    3.    The Select Committee Report  can be viewed in pdf at

    http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk/pa/cm200405/cmselect/cmcumeds/81/81i.pdf
    http://www.parliament.the-stationery-office.co.uk/pa/cm200405/cmselect/cmcumeds/81/81ii.pdf


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    Henry Girling
    Regional and Library Programmes
    The British Library
    96 Euston Road
    London
    NW1 2DB
    T: 020 7412 7333
    F: 020 7412 7155
    E: henry.girling@bl.uk
    W: www.bl.uk/about/cooperation/cooperation.html
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The former borough manager in Indiana was accused of more=20 than doubling an assistant's salary without council's approval and then=20 trying to cover it up. Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 10:30:17 +0000 Reply-To: Gary Tuson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Gary Tuson Subject: Project Management of Archive Move Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline As part of the New Glamorgan Record Office project I am looking at the = project management of our move. This covers: 1. Upgrading of existing location information into a form usable now = (particularly important as we embark on a large repackaging programme) 2. Use of that data to control our move (probably using an RFID or barcode = system) 3. The physical move itself 4. Transfer of location data to new building systems and integration of = data into CALM I am looking at tendering for these services. However, to do this I need = to prepare yet more tender documentation. Has anyone been through this, = or part of this, process and prepared a spec to go out to tender? I am = also preparing a list of firms I will invite to tender - suggestions of = additional names to put on the list would be welcome. Regards Gary Tuson Senior Archivist Glamorgan Record Office The Glamorgan Building=20 King Edward VII Ave Cardiff CF10 3NE 029 20780290 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 14:58:35 +0000 Reply-To: Jan Pimblett Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Jan Pimblett Subject: Community Outreach Officer MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Job title Community Outreach Officer Organisation London Metropolitan Archives and partners Location Islington, London Salary/Fee =A3tbc at =A3175 per day. Type (full/part-time, length of contract) P/T Freelance between June -October 05, days negotiable. Work programme will be agreed in discussion with the successful candidate. Closing Date 5pm on 18 April (Interviews 29 April) Job description: To recruit and support residents of the St Luke=92s area, Islington in developing and running a community history / reminiscence project. The Community Outreach Officer=92s main role will be to facilitate the acquisition of skills amongst participants in order for them to be developing a self supporting project by the end of the contract. To work and liaise with education staff from the Museum of London, the London Metropolitan Archives, Islington Local History Centre, Family Records Centre, Islington Library Services and The Museum of Methodism, on the development of materials and in delivering appropriate skills training to those involved in the St Luke=92s area project. To work and liaise with the EC1 New Deal for Communities Programme Community Engagement Team in recruiting and supporting =91hard-to-reach=92 members of the local community and in accessing training and resources to develop a sustainable local project. This will include supporting the group in identifying and applying to suitable funders. To advise on developing links and activities between the St Luke=92s project= members and other sectors of the community such as schools and youth groups. Contributing to the evaluation process. Essential experience: =95 Experience of outreach and working with local community groups. =95 Familiarity with archives, libraries and museums and their learning potential. =95 Familiarity with strategies for delivering basic skills =95 Experience of managing community based activities Desirable experience: =95 Experience of facilitating the creation of materials by community groups =95 Experience of facilitating learning =95 Experience of evaluation with community groups Applications: Please send: =95 CV =95 Letter of application, outlining relevant experience =95 Examples of resources produced To: Jan Pimblett, Principal Interpretation Officer, London Metropolitan Archives, 40, Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB email: jan.pimblett@corpoflondon.gov.uk Further Information: The St Luke=92s Community History Project has emerged from work carried out with local people through Islington Local History Centre, London Metropolitan Archives and the Family Record Centre. A small exhibition created by these three partners encouraged local people to express their interest in forming a community history group. As a result of that interest the project idea has developed. The involvement of the Museum of Methodism, The Museum of London and Islington Library Service strengthen the support on offer to the community in a range of ways, from assistance with research to basic skills in IT. The project has now become part of ALM London=92s Community Links programme.= The information below is taken from ALM=92s website at www.almlondon.org.uk.= Community LInKS: An ALM London demonstration project Community LInKS is an ALM London demonstration project that aims to build on and support the potential of London's archives, libraries and museums to contribute to the achievement of a number of targets linked to Neighbourhood Renewal. Community LInKS is working to support four cross- domain partnerships from different London Boroughs to engage with the local Neighbourhood Renewal programmes, New Deal for Communities. By working to address the issues of Neighbourhood Renewal the archives, libraries and museums involved will further develop their role in engaging new audiences and working to support and engage the local community. Through Community LInKS it is hoped to achieve: =95 Ongoing cross domain relationships in each of the four boroughs involved. =95 An ongoing relationship with local neighbourhood renewal agencies. =95 An ongoing relationship with community groups. The full partnership involves the domains of archives, libraries and museums and will serve to offer support and guidance to local people wishing to be involved and build their own project. The main objective is to help local people establish a group which can take the project forward in the long term and which will contribute to the regeneration of the area and the social health of the community. The St Luke=92s area Islington lies between St John=92s Street, City Road an= d Beech Street in EC1: Further information about the project partners can be found at: Museum of London www.museumoflondon.org.uk Family Records Centre www.familyrecords.gov.uk London Metropolitan Archives www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/lma Museum of Methodism www.wesleyschapel.org.uk Islington Local History Centre www.islington.gov.uk The Community Links Islington Partnership is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 09:21:21 +0000 Reply-To: "SJ Bailey, Joint Information Systems Committee" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "SJ Bailey, Joint Information Systems Committee" Subject: Re-issue of JISC ITT: Evaluation of JISC's RM Activity Comments: To: records-management-uk@JISCMAIL.AC.UK MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline RE-ISSUE OF THE JISC ITT: EVALUATION OF THE JISC'S RECORDS MANAGEMENT=20 ACTIVITIES The JISC ITT: Evaluation of JISC's Records Management Activities has been=20 revised to include a new timescale to enable the proposed activity to be=20 completed appropriately. All other details in this ITT remain as before. Proposals are invited to evaluate JISC's Records Management Activities.=20 The evaluation will include past, current and future JISC activities and=20 will make recommendations on how JISC should continue to support=20 institutions over the next 1-2 years. Funding of up to =A325,000 is=20 available, inclusive of all expenses and any applicable VAT. The=20 evaluation is expected to begin soon as soon as possible after Monday 16=20 May 2005 with a final report being submitted to JISC no later than 22 July=20 2005. The full invitation to tender is available on the JISC website at=20 http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=3Dfunding_recordsman and includes=20 details of the evaluation requirements and the format of the proposals. The deadline for the submission of proposals is 1.00 pm on Thursday 21=20 April. Steve Bailey Information & Records Manager JISC ---------------------- SJ Bailey, Joint Information Systems Committee Steve.Bailey@bristol.ac.uk ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 12:26:02 -0000 Reply-To: "Locker, Anne" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Locker, Anne" Subject: FW: Digital imaging MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52BB5.A5D82F27" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BB5.A5D82F27 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I am posting this on behalf of my colleague, Richard Forward. Does anyone have any opinions/experience on this issue? Please email Richard directly on rforward@iee.org.uk, or respond to myself or the list, and I can pass responses on. =20 Anne Anne Locker=20 IEE Archivist=20 The IEE=20 www.iee.org/archives=20 -----Original Message----- From: Forward, Richard=20 Sent: 18 March 2005 12:23 To: Locker, Anne Subject:=20 I want to know what people think about PDF as a digital archive resource. I have heard conflicting reports about its acceptability with some saying that it is a bad idea because it is not open source and there is no guarantee of its long term existence and others saying that it is so heavily used by government agencies that it is now effectively a de facto standard. The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to = which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged = material. Any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or = taking of any action in reliance upon, this information by persons or = entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited. If you = received this in error, please contact the sender and delete the = material from any computer. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BB5.A5D82F27 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
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Anne

Anne = Locker=20
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The IEE =
www.iee.org/archives
=20

-----Original Message-----
From: Forward, Richard=20
Sent: 18 March 2005 12:23
To: Locker,=20 Anne
Subject:

I want to know what people = think=20 about PDF as a digital archive resource. I have heard conflicting = reports about=20 its acceptability with some saying that it is a bad idea because it is = not open=20 source and there is no guarantee of its long term existence and others = saying=20 that it is so heavily used by government agencies that it is now = effectively a=20 de facto = standard.

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BB5.A5D82F27-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 13:02:07 -0000 Reply-To: "Boardman, Carl - Learning & Culture - Cultural Services" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Boardman, Carl - Learning & Culture - Cultural Services" Subject: Website design MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Oxfordshire Record Office is looking to design a new website to run parallel to its existing pages on the County Council's site. To this end, we are looking for website designers with a proven track record in setting up exciting sites, listening to what their clients say (I've got some nice horror stories on this one, like the designer who put all the images at the end of huge blocks of double-column text), and of course keeping the costs down. If anyone has encountered good designers whose details they'd like to share, we'd love to hear about them. Please reply directly off-list. Carl Boardman County Archivist Oxfordshire Record Office Oxfordshire Record Office is a section of Cultural Services: Learning & Culture in Oxfordshire County Council. This e-mail is intended for the use of the addressee only and may contain information that is privileged and confidential. Misuse of the information may constitute criminal offences for which you would be liable. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete the message from your system. The views expressed may be personal to the sender and should not be taken necessarily as the views of Oxfordshire County Council, who cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of this message. Recipients should be aware that all e-mails received by this authority are subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and therefore may be disclosed to a third party. The information in this e-mail, together with any attachments, is confidential. If you have received this message in error you must not print off, copy, use or disclose the contents. The information may be covered by legal and/or professional privilege. Please delete from your system and inform the sender of the error. As an e-mail can be an informal method of communication, the views expressed may be personal to the sender and should not be taken as necessarily representing the views of the Oxfordshire County Council. As e-mails are transmitted over a public network the Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this message. It is your responsibility to carry out all necessary virus checks. www.oxfordshire.gov.uk ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 13:14:41 -0000 Reply-To: Geoff Baldwin Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Geoff Baldwin Organization: dotDOCs Ltd. Subject: Re: Digital imaging In-Reply-To: MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0038_01C52BBC.7443BED0" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0038_01C52BBC.7443BED0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hi PDF is essentially a document distribution format, at which it is excellent; but as an archival format I believe that it suffers from being a 'standard' set by an essentially commercially driven organization that can change the 'standard' at any time to meet commercial demands. The following exchange from RECMGMT-L (admittedly in 2003) may be of interest: Of particular note: "...Until the issue is settled, I am going to suggest that TIFFs are a standard, PDFs are a gamble." -----Original Message----- From: Roach, Bill J. [mailto:bjroach@STATE.ND.US] Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2003 3:52 PM To: RECMGMT-L@LISTS.UFL.EDU Subject: Re: Media Readers on CD >>That's why most advice (eg VERS http://www.prov.vic.gov.au/vers/welcome.htm ) is that PDF is the most likely format to still be readable on whatever we might be using in the future - assuming that you have migrated the data to media that will actually fit the hardware.<< Glenn, I wonder if this should be revisited. I am sure PDF will continue to be one of our preferred formats far into the future. However, based on the last release of Adobe's Acrobat product line, I am beginning to have serious questions about backward compatibility. We already have had our share of confusion with PDF files created on other systems or applications not being read properly when viewed in the 6.0 Reader. While most of the problems to date appear to be cosmetic, they are significant enough to make me rethink my earlier recommendations of PDF as a standard format that will be supported far into the future. In my view, what Adobe has done is create an alternative format for PDF. The result is a split in the PDF world. We now have PDF's created in Acrobat 5.0 and those by the myriad of other PDF creation tools or the Acrobat 6.0 PDF's. It sounds a lot like the DVD format fiasco that has been going on for years. The end result may be that PDF goes the way of BETA tapes. Unfortunately, we won't know which PDF format is the one to end up in the dumpster until it is too late. Until the issue is settled, I am going to suggest that TIFF's are a standard, PDF's are a gamble. Just my two cents worth. Bill Roach, CRM Enterprise EDMS Coordinator State of North Dakota ITD/Records Management 701-328-3589 List archives at http://lists.ufl.edu/archives/recmgmt-l.html Contact RECMGMT-L-REQUEST@lists.ufl.edu for assistance As Bill says - just my 2p worth! ------------------------------------------ Geoff Baldwin SingleRapid - Document Solutions Delivering Efficiency to Business Tel: +44 (0)8700 791 791 dir: +44 (0)1784 221 017 _____ From: Archivists, conservators and records managers. [mailto:ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Locker, Anne Sent: 18 March 2005 12:26 To: ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK Subject: FW: Digital imaging I am posting this on behalf of my colleague, Richard Forward. Does anyone have any opinions/experience on this issue? Please email Richard directly on rforward@iee.org.uk, or respond to myself or the list, and I can pass responses on. Anne Anne Locker IEE Archivist The IEE www.iee.org/archives -----Original Message----- From: Forward, Richard Sent: 18 March 2005 12:23 To: Locker, Anne Subject: I want to know what people think about PDF as a digital archive resource. I have heard conflicting reports about its acceptability with some saying that it is a bad idea because it is not open source and there is no guarantee of its long term existence and others saying that it is so heavily used by government agencies that it is now effectively a de facto standard. The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or taking of any action in reliance upon, this information by persons or entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited. If you received this in error, please contact the sender and delete the material from any computer. ------=_NextPart_000_0038_01C52BBC.7443BED0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Hi

PDF is essentially a document distribution format, at which it is excellent; but as an archival format = I believe that it suffers from being a ‘standard’ set by an essentially commercially driven organization that can change the = ‘standard’ at any time to meet commercial demands.

 

The following exchange from = RECMGMT-L (admittedly in 2003) may be of interest:


Of particular note: "...Until the issue is settled, I am going to suggest that TIFFs = are a standard, PDFs are a gamble."

-----Original Message-----
From: Roach, Bill J. [mailto:bjroach@STATE.ND.US]
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2003 3:52 PM
To: RECMGMT-L@LISTS.UFL.EDU
Subject: Re: Media Readers on CD

>>That's why most advice (eg VERS http://www.prov.vic.gov.au/vers/welcome.htm ) is that PDF is the most likely format to still be readable on whatever = we might be using in the future - assuming that you have migrated the data = to media that will actually fit the hardware.<<

Glenn,

I wonder if this should be revisited. I am sure PDF will continue to be = one of our preferred formats far into the future. However, based on the last = release of Adobe's Acrobat product line, I am beginning to have serious = questions about backward compatibility. We already have had our share of confusion with = PDF files created on other systems or applications not being read properly = when viewed in the 6.0 Reader. While most of the problems to date appear to = be cosmetic, they are significant enough to make me rethink my earlier recommendations of PDF as a standard format that will be supported far = into the future.

In my view, what Adobe has done is create an alternative format for PDF. = The result is a split in the PDF world. We now have PDF's created in Acrobat = 5.0 and those by the myriad of other PDF creation tools or the Acrobat 6.0 = PDF's. It sounds a lot like the DVD format fiasco that has been going on for = years. The end result may be that PDF goes the way of BETA tapes. = Unfortunately, we won't know which PDF format is the one to end up in the dumpster until = it is too late.

Until the issue is settled, I am going to suggest that TIFF's are a = standard, PDF's are a gamble.

Just my two cents worth.

Bill Roach, CRM
Enterprise EDMS Coordinator
State of North = Dakota
ITD/Records Management
701-328-3589

List archives at http://lists.ufl.edu/archives/recmgmt-l.html
Contact RECMGMT-L-REQUEST@lists.ufl.edu for = assistance

 

As Bill says = – just my 2p worth!


------------------------------------------
Geoff Baldwin
SingleRapid - Document Solutions

Delivering = Efficiency to Business

Tel: +44 (0)8700 791 791
dir:  +44 (0)1784 221 017


From: = Archivists, conservators and records managers. [mailto:ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] = On Behalf Of Locker, Anne
Sent: 18 March 2005 = 12:26
To: = ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Subject: FW: Digital = imaging

 

I am posting = this on behalf of my colleague, Richard Forward.  Does anyone have any opinions/experience on this issue?  Please email Richard directly = on rforward@iee.org.uk, or respond = to myself or the list, and I can pass responses on.

 

Anne

A= nne Locker =
IEE Archivist

The = IEE
www.iee.org/archives

-----Original Message-----
From: Forward, Richard =
Sent: 18 March 2005 = 12:23
To: Locker, Anne
Subject: =

I want to know what people think about PDF as = a digital archive resource. I have heard conflicting reports about its acceptability with some saying that it is a bad idea because it is not = open source and there is no guarantee of its long term existence and others = saying that it is so heavily used by government agencies that it is now = effectively a de facto standard.

 The information = transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to which it is = addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any = review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or taking of any = action in reliance upon, this information by persons or entities other = than the intended recipient is prohibited. If you received this in = error, please contact the sender and delete the material from any = computer.

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52AF2.5C706850-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 16:16:13 -0000 Reply-To: Lucy Burrow Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Lucy Burrow Subject: Rheolwr Cofnodion, Prifysgol Cymru Aberystwyth / Records Manager, University of Wales Aberystwyth MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0077_01C52BD5.CDE19A70" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0077_01C52BD5.CDE19A70 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Prifysgol Cymru Aberystwyth / University of Wales Aberystwyth =20 Rheolwr Cofnodion=20 Y Gofrestrfa ALC 1/2: =A319,460 - =A329,128 =20 Gwahoddir ceisiadau am y swydd uchod.=20 Cyf: R/05/01 Dyddiad cau: 1 Ebrill 2005 www.aber.ac.uk/cymraeg/employment.shtml =20 =20 Records Manager Registry ALC 1/2: =A319,460 - =A329,128 =20 Applications are invited for the above post. Ref: R/05/01. Closing date: 1 April 2005 www.aber.ac.uk/employment.shtml =20 =20 =20 =20 Lucy Burrow Rheolwr Cofnodion/ Records Manager Prifysgol Cymru Aberystwyth/ University of Wales Aberystwyth =20 ------=_NextPart_000_0077_01C52BD5.CDE19A70 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Prifysgol Cymru Aberystwyth / = University of Wales Aberystwyth

 

Rheolwr Cofnodion =

Y Gofrestrfa

ALC 1/2: =A319,460 - =A329,128

 

Gwahoddir ceisiadau am y swydd uchod. =

Cyf: R/05/01  Dyddiad cau: 1 Ebrill = 2005

www.aber.ac.uk/cy= mraeg/employment.shtml

 

 

Records = Manager

Registry

ALC 1/2: =A319,460 - =A329,128

 

Applications are invited for the above = post.

Ref: R/05/01.  Closing date: 1 April = 2005

www.aber.ac.uk/employment= .shtml

 

 

 

 

Lucy Burrow

Rheolwr Cofnodion/ Records Manager

Prifysgol Cymru Aberystwyth/

University of = Wales = Aberystwyth

 

------=_NextPart_000_0077_01C52BD5.CDE19A70-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 17:07:12 -0000 Reply-To: Peter Elliott Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Peter Elliott Subject: The Alex Henshaw Curator MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52BDC.ED532C4F" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BDC.ED532C4F Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable This post is also being advertised in ARC Recruitment =20 5 year fixed term post - =A318,910 pa rising to =A320,542 pa =20 The Royal Air Force Museum is Britain's only National Museum dedicated = to aviation and the history of the Royal Air Force. A vacancy now exists = for a Curator in its Department of Research & Information Services, in = London. =20 The noted racing and test pilot Alex Henshaw has recently donated his = extensive collection of papers, trophies, paintings and other artefacts = to the Royal Air Force Museum. Based within the Department of Research & = Information Services, the post-holder will review, accession and = catalogue the collection, assist researchers and undertake outreach = work. He/she will work closely with Mr Henshaw to ensure that the = collection is supplemented by his personal recollections and detailed = knowledge of the events to which the collection relates. This is a = unique opportunity for a curator or archivist to deal, at first hand, = with both a historic collection and the person at its centre. =20 Candidates should have a relevant degree, preferably with a postgraduate = qualification in the Archive, Library or Museum areas. IT skills are = important, ideally including experience of using the Vernon collections = management system. An interest in the history of British aviation would = be an advantage. =20 If you meet the description above, please forward your CV with covering = letter showing how you meet the requirements of the post and stating = present salary to: Miss Rupal Thakkar, Personnel Manager, Royal Air = Force Museum, Grahame Park Way, London, NW9 5LL or email = rupal.thakkar@rafmuseum.org . For a = job description, please send an SAE to the above address. Visit our web = site on www.rafmuseum.org for more = information. =20 Closing date: 8th April = Interviews: 26th April =20 The Museum is an Equal Opportunities Employer and operates a No Smoking = Policy within its building =20 =20 Peter Elliott Senior Keeper Department of Research & Information Services Royal Air Force Museum Hendon London NW9 5LL Direct line 020-8358-4850 Switchboard 020-8205-2266 Fax 020-8358-4991 www.rafmuseum.org =20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BDC.ED532C4F Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
This post is also being = advertised in ARC=20 Recruitment
 
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The Royal Air Force Museum = is=20 Britain=92s only = National Museum dedicated to aviation and the history = of the=20 Royal Air Force. A vacancy now exists for a Curator in its Department of = Research & Information Services, in London.

 

The noted = racing and test=20 pilot Alex Henshaw has = recently=20 donated his extensive collection of papers, trophies, paintings and = other=20 artefacts to the Royal Air Force Museum. Based within the Department of=20 Research & Information = Services,=20 the post-holder will review, accession and catalogue the collection, = assist=20 researchers and undertake outreach work. He/she will work closely with = Mr=20 Henshaw to ensure that the collection is supplemented by his personal=20 recollections and detailed knowledge of the events to which the = collection=20 relates. This is a unique opportunity for a curator or archivist to = deal, at=20 first hand, with both a historic collection and the person at its=20 centre.

 

Candidates = should have a=20 relevant degree, preferably with a postgraduate qualification in the = Archive,=20 Library or Museum areas. IT skills are important, ideally including = experience=20 of using the Vernon collections management system. = An=20 interest in the history of British aviation would be an=20 advantage.

 

If you meet the = description=20 above, please forward your CV with covering letter showing how you meet = the=20 requirements of the post and stating present salary to: Miss Rupal = Thakkar,=20 Personnel Manager, Royal Air Force Museum, Grahame Park Way, London,=20 NW9 5LL or = email=20 rupal.thakkar@rafmuseum.org. For a = job=20 description, please send an SAE to=20 the above address.  Visit = our web=20 site on www.rafmuseum.org for = more=20 information.

 

Closing date: 8th April                      &nbs= p;            = ;            =             &= nbsp;              Interviews: 26th April

 

The=20 Museum is an Equal Opportunities Employer and operates a No Smoking = Policy=20 within its building

 

 

Peter Elliott
Senior Keeper
Department of Research = & Information=20 Services
Royal Air Force=20 Museum
Hendon
London
NW9 5LL
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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BDC.ED532C4F-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 17:37:58 -0000 Reply-To: Amy Millis Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Amy Millis Subject: understanding and complying with the ISO 15489 RM standard - a TF PL course in London on 19 April MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52BE1.39C672F0" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BE1.39C672F0 Content-Type: text/plain *******apologies for cross-posting******* WHAT: UNDERSTANDING AND COMPLYING WITH THE ISO 15489 RECORDS MANAGEMENT STANDARD WHERE: TFPL TRAINING SUITE, NR FARRINGDON WHEN: 19 APRIL (9.15am - 4.30pm) Come and be inspired by Jeff Morelli's extensive experience in the fields of document management and records management as he develops your understanding of the ISO15489 records management standard and review with you the practical implications of compliance with the standard. As well as the learning, the GBP295 + VAT fee includes a copy of the standard itself, refreshments and a very popular (as per delegate feedback) buffet lunch ! This course aims to be an interactive workshop with discussions in conjunction with a 'walk-through' analysis of the standard. This workshop is for delegates with a working knowledge of records management principles and practices, although they do not necessarily need to be records management professionals. To read more or to book follow this link: http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr359 Amy Millis Training Administrator email: amy.millis@tfpl.com tel.: 020 7251 5522 TFPL Ltd 17-18 Britton Street, London, EC1M 5TL Tel + 44 (0)20 7251 5522 Fax + 44 (0)20 7251 8318 Sign up for TFPL job alerts to keep informed of any new exciting opportunities at http://www.tfpl.com/temporary_recruitment/candidates/cjob_alert.cfm http://www.tfpl.com/permanent_recruitment/candidates/pjob_alert.cfm ______________________________________________________________________ Confidentiality Notice This message may contain information and/or attachments private and confidential to TFPL. It is intended for the addressee(s) only. Any information contained herein is not to be passed to any third party. If you are not an addressee, any disclosure or copying of the contents of this e-mail or any action taken (or not taken) in reliance on it is unauthorised and may be unlawful. If you are not an addressee, please inform the sender immediately. _________________________________________________________________________This e-mail has been scanned for all viruses by Star Internet. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BE1.39C672F0 Content-Type: text/html Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable understanding=20and=20complying=20with=20the=20ISO=2015489=20RM=20s= tandard=20-=20a=20TFPL=20course=20in=20London=20on=2019=20April

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52BE1.39C672F0-- ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 22:05:24 -0000 Reply-To: "Grant E. L. Buttars" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Grant E. L. Buttars" Subject: WW1 Medal Records Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 There is a message doing the rounds of many family history & local history groups at the moment, as follows: > As we go to press, it has come to my attention that in April the MOD > intends to destroy some 6 million records of medals issued to WW1 > personnel. I think you will agree that we cannot let them do so. > > Our military expert Paul Reed has been looking into the matter and it > appears that the private facility used by the MOD to hold the records at > Hayes wants to relocate and charge the MOD for moving the cards. The > MOD's response is to get rid of the 140 filing cabinets that contain the > 4-6 cards. The National Archives doesn't want to take on the cards > because it has already microfiched them and the microfiche has been > digitally scanned (see www.documentsonline.nationalarchives.gov.uk). > > This isn't good enough. This is the only complete and untouched record > of First World War soldiers left. Other service records were burned > during WW2. Only the fronts of the cards have been scanned and we > believe that written on the back of many of these cards is the address > that the medals were sent to. Often, it isn't possible to determine > whether the record of the medals issued relates to your ancestor or > another person without checking this address. > > First, the cards need to be preserved. They then need to be scanned > properly, front and back, and re-indexed. If the National Archives > won't step in, perhaps someone else will. The Imperial War Museum? The > Veteran's Association? > > The MOD claims its holds copyright on the cards and that it can do what > it wishes with them. I'd argue that these cards are part of the > nation's heritage. They are public records, and I'd remind the MOD that > the descendants of WW1 soldiers pay their taxes. The cards remind us of > the enormous sacrifice and loss incurred by men and women in this > country during WW1, and of their bravery in adversity. They enable the > children and grandchildren of those who died, and those who survived, to > find out some of > the lost details of their forebears. > > To save the cards we must take action. We're instituting a campaign to > urge the Minister of Defence, Geoff Hoon, and the Director of the > National Archives, Sarah Tyacke, to prevent the destruction of these > records straight away. Address your letter to us and we'll pass it on > to these authorities: > Rt Hon Geoff Hoon & Sarah Tyacke > Save the Medal Index Cards > c/o Your Family Tree > 30 Monmouth Street > Bath BA1 2BW > Alternatively, send an email headed 'Save the Medal Index Cards' to us > at . Do it now - the records are due to be > destroyed in April. As an archivist I have now been asked a number of times about what I think of this, and I know I'm not alone. Could someone from TNA enlighten us as to what's going on here? If there are valid resons for not preserving these records, I'm more than happy to pass this on to those enquiring. Thanks, --------------------------------- Grant E. L. Buttars Deputy University Archivist Special Collections Edinburgh University Library George Square Edinburgh EH8 9LJ http://www.lib.ed.ac.uk/speccoll/eua/ tel: 0131 651 3852 -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.308 / Virus Database: 266.7.4 - Release Date: 18/03/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 21:29:16 EST Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0318 Indian Photos, Photo Preservation, 4 million requests Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-----------------------------1111285756" -------------------------------1111285756 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Language: en RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news from=20 around the world =20 ARCHIVIST: Women's rights better compared to historical ... Penn State Digital Collegian - University Park,PA,USA ... although the changes were relatively recent, many students today have little knowledge of women's history at Penn State, University Archivist Jackie Esposito ... =20 DIRECTOR of Nixon Library Agrees to Make President's Political ... New York Times - USA ... "I think we have an agreement everyone in the country can live with," said Dr. Weinstein, who became archivist of the United States last month. ... =20 FOIA Requests Hit Record 4 Million in '04 Wired News - USA ... Hammitt cautioned that the public should not assume they led to the release of the historic, political or declassified files people often associate with FOIA. ... =20 GRANT to preserve photojournalist's trove of images Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Pittsburgh,PA,USA ... in the pictures. The museum did a similar archival project in 2003 to identify people in 3,700 images Harris took. Of the 80,000 ... =20 ACADEMICS ask Congress to deny Nixon Library presidential ... OC Weekly - Santa Ana,CA,USA ... "The unprofessional behavior of the Nixon Library leadership calls into question that institution's fitness to join the Presidential Library system," the ... =20 JONATHAN Fitch Moore Fund: Zelda Moore honored for her gift to ... Ayer Public Spirit - Ayer,MA,USA ... Lucht spoke of the library's large collection of glass negatives, the work of Charles H. Kennison, showing scenes of Ayer and Groton dating from 1890 to 1916. ... =20 DEPLETING California history The Argus - Fremont,CA,USA ... What's left for an inclusive portrayal of California state history, reflecting the full range of people and records represented in the archives? ... =20 AUDITOR finds no wrongdoing in secret move of water district funds Kennebec Journal - Augusta,ME,USA ... 28 water district trustees' meeting, to allow the shredding of internal documents that dealt with management practices in use at the district and a draft plan ... =20 Kansas City Star, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 10:30 PM PST Haskell photos capture pivotal time in history=20 http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/11137776.htm LAWRENCE, Kan. - There's something poetic about Frank A. Rinehart's American= =20 Indian photos ending up at Haskell Indian Nations University. =20 The Arizona Republic, Tue, 15 Mar 2005 11:08 PM PST Franciscans donating old photos http://www.azcentral.com/rsslinks/54894 The vaults of Arizona State University's various archives and museums alread= y=20 hold thousands of valuable paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs,=20 books and documents worth millions of dollars, and now a historical bonanza=20= is=20 coming to the collection. The Franciscan brothers of St. Michaels Mission on= the=20 Navajo Nation near Window Rock are donating to ASU about 1,750 glass plate=20 negatives =20 The Arizona Republic, Tue, 15 Mar 2005 11:10 PM PST ASU unit to preserve photos of Indian life=20 http://www.azcentral.com/rsslinks/54934 The vaults of Arizona State University's various archives and museums alread= y=20 hold thousands of valuable paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs,=20 books and documents worth millions of dollars, and now a historical bonanza=20= is=20 coming to the collection. =20 Citizen Online, Fri, 18 Mar 2005 7:43 AM PST Gilford download license system disputed=20 http://www.citizen.com/March_2005/03.18.05/news/gilford_031805a.asp GILFORD =E2=80=94 Town resident Dick Campbell came to the Board of Selectmen= =20 Wednesday night and citing the state=E2=80=99s Right-to-Know Law, asked the=20= town to forego a=20 policy asking people who download assessment figures to sign a licensing=20 agreement. -------------------------------1111285756 Content-Type: text/html; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Language: en

RAIN (Records/Archives In t= he News) is a daily compilation of news from around the world

 

ARCHIVIST: Women's rights b= etter compared to historical ...
Penn State Digital Collegian - Universit= y Park,PA,USA
... although the changes were relatively recent, many stude= nts today have
little knowledge of women's history at Penn State, Univers= ity Archivist
Jackie Esposito ...
<http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/2005/03/03-1= 8-05tdc/03-18-05dnews-06.asp
>

 

DIRECTOR of Nixon Library A= grees to Make President's Political ...
New York Times - USA
... "I th= ink we have an agreement everyone in the country can live with,"
said Dr.= Weinstein, who became archivist of the United States last month.
...
= <http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/18/p= olitics/18nixon.html>

 

FOIA Requests Hit Record 4=20= Million in '04
Wired News - USA
... Hammitt cautioned that the public=20= should not assume they led to the
release of the historic, political or d= eclassified files people often
associate with FOIA. ...
<http://wireservice.wired.com/wired/story.asp?section=3DBreaking&s= toryId=3D1006688&tw=3Dwn_wire_story>

 

GRANT to preserve photojour= nalist's trove of images
Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Pittsburgh,PA,USA
.= .. in the pictures. The museum did a similar archival project in 2003
to=20= identify people in 3,700 images Harris took. Of the 80,000 ...
<http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05077/473575.stm>

 

ACADEMICS ask Congress to d= eny Nixon Library presidential ...
OC Weekly - Santa Ana,CA,USA
... "T= he unprofessional behavior of the Nixon Library leadership calls
into que= stion that institution's fitness to join the Presidential Library
system,= " the ...
<http://www.ocweekly.com/i= nk/05/28/news-arellano2.php>

 

JONATHAN Fitch Moore Fund:=20= Zelda Moore honored for her gift to ...
Ayer Public Spirit - Ayer,MA,USA<= BR>... Lucht spoke of the library's large collection of glass negatives, the=
work of Charles H. Kennison, showing scenes of Ayer and Groton datingfrom 1890 to 1916. ...
<http://www.ayerpublicspirit.com/Stories/0,1413,110~5678~2769760,= 00.html>

 

DEPLETING California histor= y
The Argus - Fremont,CA,USA
... What's left for an inclusive portraya= l of California state history,
reflecting the full range of people and re= cords represented in the archives?
...<http://www.insidebayarea.com/argus/oped/ci_2610737>

 

AUDITOR finds no wrongdoing= in secret move of water district funds
Kennebec Journal - Augusta,ME,USA=
... 28 water district trustees' meeting, to allow the shredding of inter= nal
documents that dealt with management practices in use at the district=
and a draft plan ...
<= http://kennebecjournal.mainetoday.com/news/local/1463366.shtml>= ;

 

Kansas City Star, Mon, 14 M= ar 2005 10:30 PM PST
Haskell photos capture pivotal time in history http:= //www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/11137776.htm
LAWRENCE, Kan= . - There's something poetic about Frank A. Rinehart's American Indian photo= s ending up at Haskell Indian Nations University.

 

The Arizona Republic, Tue,=20= 15 Mar 2005 11:08 PM PST
Franciscans donating old photos http://www.azcen= tral.com/rsslinks/54894
The vaults of Arizona State University's various=20= archives and museums already hold thousands of valuable paintings, drawings,= sculptures, photographs, books and documents worth millions of dollars, and= now a historical bonanza is coming to the collection. The Franciscan brothe= rs of St. Michaels Mission on the Navajo Nation near Window Rock are donatin= g to ASU about 1,750 glass plate negatives

 

The Arizona Republic, Tue,=20= 15 Mar 2005 11:10 PM PST
ASU unit to preserve photos of Indian life http:= //www.azcentral.com/rsslinks/54934
The vaults of Arizona State University= 's various archives and museums already hold thousands of valuable paintings= , drawings, sculptures, photographs, books and documents worth millions of d= ollars, and now a historical bonanza is coming to the collection.=

 

Citizen Online, Fri, 18 Mar= 2005 7:43 AM PST
Gilford download license system disputed http://www.cit= izen.com/March_2005/03.18.05/news/gilford_031805a.asp
GILFORD =E2=80=94 T= own resident Dick Campbell came to the Board of Selectmen Wednesday night an= d citing the state=E2=80=99s Right-to-Know Law, asked the town to forego a p= olicy asking people who download assessment figures to sign a licensing agre= ement.

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  -------------------------------1111285877-- ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2005 21:49:14 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0320 Goldwater Papers, Red Ken Shreds, Fixin FBI Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news stories from around the world. NC cities want to sue over public records requests Winston-Salem Journal - Winston-Salem,NC,USA RALEIGH, NC - North Carolina cities and other government agencies are pursuing the authority to sue citizens who ask to see public records. ... DISPUTES on Archiving of Nixon Documents Los Angeles Times (subscription) - CA,USA When the archives tried to open some of Nixon's White House files in 1987, the ... libraries." Perhaps not, as the archives opened many of the documents to the ... A magical history tour Wilkes Barre Times-Leader - Wilkes Barre,PA,USA ... of deeds, controller's, treasurer's and prothonotary's offices still use antique embossers to stamp their office names onto some formal documents. ... OFFICIALS fishing on the job? Daily News - Galveston County - TX,USA ... the e-mail in The News' possession, there is at least one document responsive to ... However, the agency's records retention schedule says that general e-mails ... GOLDWATER papers uncataloged 7 years after death Arizona Republic - Phoenix,AZ,USA ... "Goldwater threw nothing away," said Linda A. Whitaker, the archivist and librarian who is picking through 60 years of material that fill 900 boxes. ... SCRUBBING Your Hard Drive; Going Online to Complain Washington Post - USA ... deleting a file does not destroy its data -- it only erases the records of its ... scrub out every trace of a file or folder; for example, Sure Delete (www.wizard ... BEFORE the Doors, Morrison acted at FSU Orlando Sentinel (subscription) - Orlando,FL,USA ... the discovery. I like this story because it brings some attention to archivists, the unsung heroes of historical scholarship. The ... TO the Archives: The New Russian History Imperiled LA Canyon News - Beverly Hills,CA,USA It is because the Soviets were such good archivists that one of the most exciting fields in history today is the "new" field of Soviet Studies. ... OLD records get new life Wilkes Barre Times-Leader - Wilkes Barre,PA,USA ... county must buy electronic voting machines and store them in a climate-controlled space starting next year, space for older, historical county records could be ... READING Old Handwriting 50 Connect - UK Interest in the subject can be gauged by the popularity of The National Archives' online censuses, which have received more than 100 million searches since ... MAYOR under fire over shredding BBC News - E,UK ... admitted documents were shredded ahead of new disclosure rules under the Freedom of Information Act. The mayor said many papers were "lost during shredding ... BOSS can check your e-mail, now or later Arizona Republic - Phoenix,AZ,USA ... For example, Arthur Andersen LLP was convicted of obstruction of justice in 2001 for shredding Enron-related documents, including e-mails. ... FIXING the FBI U.S. News & World Report - USA ... Mueller had invited reporters for a special demonstration of a supposedly revolutionary records-management software package called Virtual Case File. ... Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 08:44:24 -0000 Reply-To: Teresa Wilmshurst Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Teresa Wilmshurst Subject: Web design MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Hundreds of years of waterways history will soon be unlocked and made = accessible to millions of people through the Internet, thanks to a grant = given to The Waterways Trust by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The Waterways Trust Archive has an interest in all of Britain's inland = waterways, irrespective of their present or former owner. It is = particularly responsible for preserving, managing and making accessible = the archives of British Waterways. These unique records mainly date from = the late 17th century to the near present day, and relate to many = diverse waterways across Great Britain. The archives are held at fifteen different locations, as far apart as = Gloucester, Inverness, Leicester and Ellesmere Port. The Waterways Virtual Archive Catalogue will bring together information = about the British Waterways Archives under one virtual roof. Rather than = physically centralising the records, a web-based union catalogue will be = developed, underpinned by the latest cataloguing and technical = standards. This will enable item-level information about the archives = to be searched for from anywhere, while the actual records are retained = in the localities to which they relate. The project team is now looking for a web designer to create the project = website. I was wondering if anybody has any details of good designers = which they would be happy to share. I would appreciate any suggestions = anybody has. Please reply directly off-list. Teresa Wilmshurst Senior Project Archivist ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 14:01:35 -0000 Reply-To: Jerry Weber Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Jerry Weber Subject: Black and Asian Studies Association Conference MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Black and Asian Studies Association Conference In partnership with University College Northampton & Northamptonshire = Black History Project "Putting the 'Black' back into British History": teaching inclusive = history in schools 10 - 6pm on Saturday 9 April 2005 at University College Northampton None of us can fully appreciate British history without knowing about = the role of Black and Asian Britons in the distant and more recent past. = Partial, inaccurate and exclusive history is of benefit to no-one and = leads to a society in which citizens are not fully equipped with the = knowledge to understand the past and hence the present, nor the power to = challenge stereotypes, ignorance and racism. It is imperative therefore that British Black history is comprehensively = taught in our schools and that teachers are fully equipped with the = knowledge and resources to enable them to do this properly. The = inclusive imperative is also evident in the Race Relations Amendment Act = and the National Curriculum. =20 This conference is open to young people, parents, teachers, governors, = students, curators, archivists, librarians and anyone who wants to see = the contributions of Black and Asian people taught in schools. The conference will consist of a combination of presentations and = practical workshops demonstrating the opportunities and need for = teaching British Black History in the National Curriculum. It will be a = fantastic forum in which to exchange ideas, share good practice and = discuss an agenda for the future. FEE: =A3 12 (BASA Members & concs), =A315 (Others), =A320 (Institutions) = includes lunch and refreshments (Cheque must be supplied with = booking form) -------------------------------------------------------------------------= ------------------------------------------------ BOOKING ESSENTIAL! Please complete the form below or email: t.bressey@ucl.ac.uk to reserve = your space by 31 March 2005 Name................................................................. = Telephone no........................................ Address..................................................................= ................................................................ .........................................................................= ...................... Postcode................................ Email....................................................................= .............. Please reserve me ......... place(s) Please let us know if have any access or dietary = needs............................................................. Return to: Dr Caroline Bressey, Department of Geography, University = College London, 26 Bedford Way, LONDON, WC1H OAP. T. 020 7679 7586 Jerry Weber Collections Strategy & Archive Development Officer East Midlands Museums, Libraries and Archives Council 56 King Street Leicester LE1 6RL =20 0116 285 1358 07961 594401 jweber@emmlac.org.uk =20 www.emmlac.org.uk =20 =20 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 14:42:28 +0000 Reply-To: Susan Payne Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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From: Michele Losse Subject: Deed of Gift MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Dear All, Iwould be interested to hear from colleagues dealing with accessions, how they document the 'gifts' they received into their collections, be they paper documents, photographs, artefacts etc... Do they require the donor to make it very clear that it is a non returnable gift? And in the case of long term loans, how do you document this and how does this affect copyright? Do you accept gifts with access restrictions? I can summarise to the list if anyone else is interested. Thanks, Regards, Mich=E8le Losse Archives Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Richmond Surrey TW9 3AE Tel: +44 (0)20-8332 5417 Fax: +44 (0)20-8332 5430 Email: m.losse@kew.org Web: http://www.kew.org/library/ ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 15:43:22 -0000 Reply-To: Amy Millis Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Amy Millis Subject: records management: lessons from leaders at TFPL on 8 April MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52E2C.B69E17E0" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52E2C.B69E17E0 Content-Type: text/plain Dear RM colleague Records management has never had such a high profile. New legislation, corporate governance and never-ending organisational change are all contributing to a raised awareness of the importance of good records management practices. This TFPL seminar Records Management lessons from leaders will take the form of a conversation bringing together a group of practitioners from a variety of organisations to talk about their records management issues, how they are meeting the challenges they face and the benefits they expect to realise. Three highly experienced colleagues, Margaret Crockett, Bob McLean and Graham Southwood have agreed to set the talk in motion and to share their own thoughts. This is a chance to develop your own thinking through creative conversation. If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting event to be held on Friday 8th April or to make a booking please consult our website http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr745 or contact Amy Millis on 020 7251 5522 or via email amy.millis@tfpl.com We look forward to hearing from you Kind regards Jacky Jacky Berry Training Manager TFPL Ltd 17-18 Britton Street London EC1M 5TL T: +44 (0)20 7251 5522 F: +44 (0)20 7490 4984 jacqueline.berry@tfpl.com www.tfpl.com TFPL Ltd 17-18 Britton Street, London, EC1M 5TL Tel + 44 (0)20 7251 5522 Fax + 44 (0)20 7251 8318 Sign up for TFPL job alerts to keep informed of any new exciting opportunities at http://www.tfpl.com/temporary_recruitment/candidates/cjob_alert.cfm http://www.tfpl.com/permanent_recruitment/candidates/pjob_alert.cfm ______________________________________________________________________ Confidentiality Notice This message may contain information and/or attachments private and confidential to TFPL. 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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52E2C.B69E17E0-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 16:00:45 -0000 Reply-To: Liz Rees Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Liz Rees Subject: Job opportunity at Tyne & Wear MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" See http://www.thenortheast.com/archives/TW_hub.pdf for details of an exciting job opportunity with Tyne & Wear Archives Service in partnership with the North east Museums Hub. This advert is also in the current issue of ARC recruitment. 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From: "Pierce Owen, Meic" Subject: Access to non-current year electoral registers MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="----=_NextPartTM-000-956405cd-c508-472e-8556-0718c498844c" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPartTM-000-956405cd-c508-472e-8556-0718c498844c Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C52E3C.04C17EED" ------_=_NextPart_001_01C52E3C.04C17EED Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear All, =20 Thank you very much to all who replied to my posting of a couple of weeks back. With nearly 20 answers in total from all postings, the 'meaningful' actually gave the 'out of office' a good run for their money for a change!! =20 As we all know, there is a picture of mixed provision across the UK with regards these items and it is hard to summarise this diversity. =20 I shall Instead, therefore, include the texts of a thought provoking copy letter passed to me by a number of offices in Scotland, and which I include below with the kind permission of the recipient, Fiona Flett, ASLAWG Secretary and Records Management Officer, Stirling Council. A PDF copy is available from me or from Fiona upon request. =20 Although specific elements of the letter may not apply in your particular Jurisdiction, the letter does I think cover the areas which we should be looking at. =20 Regards =20 Meic =20 Copy texts of letter from June Nelson, Secretary, Scottish Assessors' Association [the Electoral Registration Committee], 030205, sent as the 'collective response of the SAA' =20 "1: Use of superseded Registers for Historical Research: =20 Registers produced under the 2002 Regulations:=20 The new regime governing access to the electoral register applies to current, 'live' registers and also to registers produced under the 2002 Regulations that have been superseded by later registers. As such, the restrictions on access to the Register apply to both current and superseded registers ie: they may be publicly inspected under supervision with hand-written notes permissible, and may only be supplied to authorised persons for authorised purposes. =20 The 2002 Regulations do not specifically apply to old registers, produced prior to 2002, held by electoral registration officers, libraries and archives etc. However, we consider that data protection and human rights principles should be taken into account when granting access to these old registers and supplying copies of them. =20 We understand that the IC's view on out of ate electoral registers is that information about individuals held on copies of he electoral register constitutes personal data and that all the principles of data protection will apply. Libraries, town halls and other institutions hold copies of electoral registration documents going back well into the 19th century. Many records will relate to the deceased, highly likely in terms of registered compiled before about 1910. It is therefore fairly safe to assume the rules of data protection will not apply to very old records. (the Data Protection Act (DPA) only applies to living individuals, but please note that he Freedom of Information Act also applies to the deceased). =20 Most of he registers were compiled at a time when there was only a 'full' version of the register. Any person could gain access to such registers for any purpose. Individuals now have a choice about whether to go on the 'edited' register [which can be sold to anyone for any purpose] or only to appear on the 'full' register [restricted use/access]. =20 It would be a problem should the availability of out of date registers circumvent the choice given to individuals under the new electoral arrangements. In terms of recent registers, the objective is to put restrictions on access in place that are broadly consistent with the choice exercised by individuals since they have had the opportunity to exercise choice. It is highly unlikely that an individual who opts out of the edited register would have opted in to a previous version of the register had he or she been given the choice to do so at the time. =20 The IC has expressed the view that he would adopt a fairly relaxed position in relation to registers complied 5 years or more ago. It is not envisaged that these registers would be of much interest to direct marketers, tracing agents or similar persons. This would allow legitimate historical research to take lace relatively easily. In terms of more recent registers, ie those less than 5 years old, the IC has suggested that restrictions on access and copying equivalent to those applying to the current register be put in place [handwritten, supervised notes only]. =20 2: Inspection of Registers in Local Archives Services: There is currently no legislative requirement for Electoral Registration Officers to supply a copy of the register to local authority archivists for public inspection. Although it is recognised that the data is a valuable information resource, I would suggest that unless a specific requirement to supply local libraries or archivists is introduced, then an inconsistent approach is likely. =20 3: Supply of Registers for permanent Preservation: The 2002 Regulations do not specifically provide that registers may be stored in council archives, local libraries etc. However, it is reasonable to interpret the Regulations to mean that they can be stored, and be made available for inspection whilst held by such bodies. Again, there is currently no legislative requirement for Electoral Registration Officers to supply a copy of the register to local authority archivists for permanent preservation. =20 With regard to the supply of the register under 2/ and 3/ above it will be up to individual EROs to decide whether or not to supply the register. =20 End of copy texts. =20 Meic Pierce Owen BA DAA=20 Records Officer Isle of Man Public Record Office Unit 40a Spring Valley Industrial Estate Braddan Douglas Isle of Man/Ellan Vannin IM2 2QS =20 Tel [PRO General Enquiries]: (+44) 01624-693569 Tel [Direct line]: (+44) 01624-693567 Fax: (+44) 01624-613384 e-mail: meic.pierceowen@registry.gov.im =20 =20 Isle of Man Public Records Office/Oik ny Recortyssyn Ashoonagh Ellan Vannin =20 =20 Confidentiality: The information in this e-mail and any attachments may contain information some or all of which may be legally privileged. It must not be disclosed to or used by persons other than the intended recipient. 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Dear All,

 

Thank you very much to all who replied to my posting of a couple = of weeks back.  With nearly 20 answers in total from all postings, the ‘meaningful’ actually gave the ‘out of office’ a = good run for their money for a change!!

 

As we all know, there is a picture of mixed provision across the = UK = with regards these items and it is hard to summarise this = diversity.

 

I shall Instead, therefore, include the texts of a thought = provoking copy letter passed to me by a number of offices in Scotland, and which I = include below with the kind permission of the recipient, Fiona Flett, ASLAWG Secretary = and Records Management Officer, Stirling Council. A PDF copy is available = from me or from Fiona <flettf@stirling.gov.uk> upon = request.

 

Although specific elements of the letter may not apply in your particular Jurisdiction, the letter does I think cover the areas which = we should be looking at.

 

Regards

 

Meic

 

Copy texts of letter from = June Nelson, Secretary, Scottish Assessors’ Association [the Electoral Registration Committee], 030205, sent as the ‘collective response = of the SAA’

 

“1: Use of superseded Registers for = Historical Research:

 

Registers produced under the 2002 = Regulations:

The new regime governing access to the electoral register = applies to current, ‘live’ registers and also to registers produced = under the 2002 Regulations that have been superseded by later registers.  As = such, the restrictions on access to the Register apply to both current and = superseded registers ie: they may be publicly inspected under supervision with hand-written notes permissible, and may only be supplied to authorised = persons for authorised purposes.

 

The 2002 Regulations do not specifically apply to old registers, produced prior to 2002, held by electoral registration officers, = libraries and archives etc.  However, we consider that data protection and human rights principles should be taken into account when granting access to these = old registers and supplying copies of them.

 

We understand that the IC’s view on out of ate electoral registers is that information about individuals held on copies of he = electoral register constitutes personal data and that all the principles of data protection will apply.  Libraries, town halls and other = institutions hold copies of electoral registration documents going back well into the = 19th century.  Many records will relate to the deceased, highly likely in terms of = registered compiled before about 1910.  It is therefore fairly safe to assume = the rules of data protection will not apply to very old records.  (the Data Protection Act (DPA) only applies to living individuals, but please note = that he Freedom of Information Act also applies to the = deceased).

 

Most of he registers were compiled at a time when there was only = a ‘full’ version of the register.  Any person could gain access to such = registers for any purpose.  Individuals now have a choice about whether to go = on the ‘edited’ register [which can be sold to anyone for any = purpose] or only to appear on the ‘full’ register [restricted = use/access].

 

It would be a problem should the availability of out of date = registers circumvent the choice given to individuals under the new electoral arrangements.  In terms of recent registers, the objective is to = put restrictions on access in place that are broadly consistent with the = choice exercised by individuals since they have had the opportunity to exercise choice.  It is highly unlikely that an individual who opts out of = the edited register would have opted in to a previous version of the = register had he or she been given the choice to do so at the = time.

 

The IC has expressed the view that he would adopt a fairly = relaxed position in relation to registers complied 5 years or more ago.  It = is not envisaged that these registers would be of much interest  to direct marketers, tracing agents or similar persons. This would allow = legitimate historical research to take lace relatively easily.  In terms of = more recent registers, ie those less than 5 years old, the IC has suggested = that restrictions on access and copying equivalent to those applying to the = current register be put in place [handwritten, supervised notes = only].

 

2:  Inspection of Registers in Local = Archives Services:

There is currently no legislative requirement for Electoral = Registration Officers to supply a copy of the register to local authority archivists = for public inspection.  Although it is recognised that the data is a = valuable information resource, I would suggest that unless a specific requirement = to supply local libraries or archivists is introduced, then an inconsistent = approach is likely.

 

3: Supply of Registers for permanent = Preservation:

The 2002 Regulations do not specifically provide that registers = may be stored in council archives, local libraries etc.  However, it is = reasonable to interpret the Regulations to mean that they can be stored, and be = made available for inspection whilst held by such bodies.  Again, there = is currently no legislative requirement for Electoral Registration Officers = to supply a copy of the register to local authority archivists for = permanent preservation.

 

With regard to the supply of the register under 2/ and 3/ =  above it will be up to individual EROs to decide whether or not to supply the register.

 

End of copy texts.

 

Meic = Pierce Owen BA DAA

Records = Officer

Isle of = Man Public Record Office

Unit 40a Spring Valley = Industrial Estate

Braddan

Douglas

Isle of Man/Ellan = Vannin

IM2 = 2QS

 

Tel [PRO General = Enquiries]: (+44) 01624-693569

Tel [Direct line]: (+44) 01624-693567

Fax: (+44) = 01624-613384

e-mail:  meic.pierceowen@registry.gov.im<= /a>

 

Isle of = Man Public Records Office/Oik ny Recortyssyn Ashoonagh Ellan = Vannin

 

 

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Content:<= i> Any views or opinions = expressed do not necessarily represent those of the Isle of = Man Government. Please note that the contents of this e-mail may be = intercepted, monitored or recorded for compliance purposes. Sensitive personal data = should not normally be transmitted by e-mail.

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Care:<= i> The Isle of Man Government shall not be liable to the recipient or = any third party for any loss or damage howsoever arising from this e-mail = and/or its content, including loss or damage caused by virus. It is the = responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the opening or use of this message and = any attachments shall not adversely affect systems or = data.

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Honolulu Advertiser Major section of Hamilton Library set to reopen Eweek Police Foil $420 Million Keylogger Scam New York Times 'Dark Hero of the Information Age': The Original Computer Geek New York Times What Happens to Your PC When You Die? Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 11:24:28 +0000 Reply-To: Vicky Parkinson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Vicky Parkinson Subject: Job opportunity at The British Postal Museum and Archive MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 This vacancy has been advertised in the latest ARC recruitment plus ARCHIVIST (CATALOGUING) An exciting opportunity has arisen in the recently-created Postal Heritage Trust, formed from the Archive and Museum of Royal Mail. 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To apply please send a CV and cover letter to: Adrian Steel Catalogue Manager The British Postal Museum & Archive, Freeling House, Phoenix Place, London WC1X 0DL Only those applicants asked to interview will be contacted. ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 14:44:35 -0000 Reply-To: Cressida Annesley Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Cressida Annesley Subject: FW: Job opportunity in the Philippines MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Colleagues may be interested in this posting to the International Council= on Archives mailing list. Cressida Annesley Chair, International Affairs Sub-Committee, Society of Archivists -----Original Message----- From: owner-ica-l@majordomo.srv.ualberta.ca [mailto:owner-ica-l@majordomo.srv.ualberta.ca]On Behalf Of ICA Communications Sent: 22 March 2005 12:54 To: ICA-L@majordomo.srv.ualberta.ca Subject: Job opportunity in the Philippines=20 (text in English only) OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG ARCHIVIST TO WORK IN THE PHILIPPINES (9 months working in Bohol, beginning September 2005. Expressions of interest must be received by 1 April 2005) Since 1998 the University of Melbourne Conservation Service (now the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation) has had an active program of conservation and research with the Archdiocese and Governor's Office on the island of Bohol. Bohol is a small island located in the central Visayan region of the Philippines and has rich and diverse cultural heritage. 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While we have taken every r= easonable precaution to minimise this risk, we cannot accept liability fo= r any damage which you sustain as a result of software viruses. You shoul= d carry out your own virus checks before opening any attachment. =2E....................................... ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 16:38:35 -0000 Reply-To: Susan Scott Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Susan Scott Subject: Society of Archivists' Specialist Repositories Group AGM MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable With=20apologies=20to=20those=20of=20you=20who=20are=20not=20members=20of=20= SRG! This=20email=20constitutes=20notice=20that=20the=20SRG=20AGM=20will=20be=20= held=20from=205.45pm=20on=20Wednesday=206th=20April=20at=20St=20Mary's=20C= onvent,=20Brentford.=20=20Katie=20Woolf,=20Communications=20and=20Advocacy= =20Manager=20at=20the=20National=20Advisory=20Services=20at=20The=20Nation= al=20Archives,=20will=20be=20giving=20an=20update=20on=20the=20development= =20of=20TNA's=20new=20National=20Advisory=20Service=20and=20discuss=20how=20= it=20will=20be=20working=20with=20specialist=20repositories=20in=20the=20f= uture.=20We=20will=20of=20course=20post=20an=20account=20of=20this=20talk=20= on=20the=20SRG=20webpages=20after=20the=20event,=20for=20those=20of=20you=20= who=20are=20not=20able=20to=20attend=20the=20AGM. Full=20details=20of=20the=20meeting,=20together=20with=20the=20relevant=20= papers=20can=20be=20downloaded=20from=20the=20Society=20of=20Archivists'=20= website=20at=20 I=20realise=20that=20this=20is=20somewhat=20short=20notice,=20but=20I=20do= =20hope=20that=20at=20least=20some=20of=20you=20will=20be=20able=20to=20at= tend=20this=20meeting.=20Acceptances=20and=20apologies=20will=20be=20colle= cted=20by=20Rob=20Baker,=20and=20his=20details=20are=20on=20the=20document= =20that=20you=20can=20access=20above.=20Spaces=20at=20the=20Convent=20are=20= limited,=20so=20if=20you=20can=20come=20please=20let=20Rob=20know=20as=20s= oon=20as=20possible.=20If=20any=20non-members=20might=20be=20interested=20= in=20attending=20as=20a=20guest,=20please=20also=20let=20Rob=20know=20-=20= tel=20020=208846=206739=20or=20e-mail=20 Finally,=20and=20most=20importantly,=20whether=20or=20not=20you=20are=20pl= anning=20to=20attend=20the=20AGM,=20please=20could=20you=20answer=20the=20= three=20questions=20that=20we=20have=20posed=20for=20you=20on=20page=202.=20= There=20are=20no=20prizes,=20I'm=20afraid,=20but=20your=20responses=20are=20= absolutely=20vital=20to=20the=20future=20of=20SRG.=20Even=20apathy=20is=20= a=20valid=20response,=20but=20only=20if=20you=20let=20us=20know=20that=20t= hat's=20how=20you=20feel! If=20you=20have=20colleagues=20who=20you=20suspect=20might=20be=20members=20= of=20SRG,=20but=20don't=20for=20whatever=20reason=20have=20access=20to=20a= rchives-nra,=20please=20forward=20this=20email=20to=20them. I=20look=20forward=20to=20seeing=20you=20at=20St=20Mary's=20Convent=20in=20= April,=20and=20to=20reading=20your=20responses=20to=20our=20mini-questionn= aire. Susan=20Scott Chair ______________________________________________________________________ This=20email=20has=20been=20scanned=20by=20the=20MessageLabs=20Email=20Sec= urity=20System. For=20more=20information=20please=20visit=20http://www.messagelabs.com/ema= il=20 ______________________________________________________________________ ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 16:46:19 -0000 Reply-To: Janet Moat Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Janet Moat Subject: Re: charging for scanning MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Many thanks to all those who replied to my earlier request. To summarise for those who expressed an interest in my findings: Most archives provide prints as well as images on CD, and charges are in = the range of =A35-=A315, depending on resolution, size of print etc. = Between =A37-=A310 seems to be the norm. Some archives add on a charge = of =A32 or =A32.50 to cover p & p. Some archives charge an admin fee of = around =A33 if the image has been previously scanned, and a reproduction = charge on top if the image is to be published. janet moat, bfi special collections ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 16:59:33 -0000 Reply-To: "Stockting, William" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Stockting, William" Subject: Job Opportunity - Regional Liaison Co-ordinator A2A/TNA MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear all, Please see below for job opportunity: ________________________________________________________________________= ____ _____ Access to Archives (A2A) Recording the past, present and future The National Archives have 170 kilometres of records documenting daily = life in Britain from Domesday Book to the present day... and they are = growing by the minute. This vast store of knowledge from the past helps to shape = our future. It is a living repository of information that we make = accessible to everyone from professional researchers to the general public.=20 Regional Liaison Co-ordinator Access to Archives (A2A) Programme=20 Fixed-term Appointment until the end of March 2007, with the = possibility of extension or permanence.=20 =A326,482 - =A332,295 pa Based in Kew=20 The objective of the Access to Archives (A2A) Programme is to maintain = and develop the virtual archives catalogue of material of national and = regional significance as part of the UK archives network found on the World Wide = Web at http://www.a2a.org.uk/=20 You will work with local record offices and other organisations to = ensure the further success of A2A and a continuing ?ow of project bids for submission to grant awarding bodies. You will also provide advice to = the Central Team, and liaison and advice to archival organisations and = record offices, which will involve a reasonable amount of travelling within England.=20 You must have a Postgraduate Archival Qualification and knowledge of relevant standards, including EAD and ISAD(G), as well as considerable experience of cataloguing in an automated environment. In addition to = an awareness of the process of digitization in the UK and a familiarity = with community archive projects, you will also have excellent negotiation = and presentation skills.=20 For further information, please visit www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/jobs Many of our posts are available on a job share or part-time basis. To apply, please call 020 7649 6003 for an application pack quoting the = job reference=20 42713 (Minicom 020 7406 5790). Your call may be recorded or monitored = for training and quality purposes. Please note that the recruitment line closes on 30th March 2005. The closing date for applications is 1st April 2005. <<...OLE_Obj...>> We are striving towards equality of opportunity and = will consider all applicants fairly and on merit.=20 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/jobs=20 Senior Editor A2A - www.a2a.org.uk tel: +44 (0)20 8392 5361 Online Content and Partnership Development Department The National Archives - www.nationalarchives.gov.uk ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 17:16:25 -0000 Reply-To: "Maccoll, Fiona (RTHQ)" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Maccoll, Fiona (RTHQ)" Subject: Consulting archivists - assistance Comments: cc: brian@gmcdp.com MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I have recently received the query below via the BAC website. Are there = any archive consultants (or anyone else) who could provide Brian with = some information? More generally, does anyone keep a list of archive = consultants? I looked on the Society's website but couldn't see = anything. Please copy brian@gmcdp.com in to any reply. rgds Fiona Maccoll Records Manager Rio Tinto plc Name: Brian Kokoruwe Position: Project Manager Organisation: GMCDP ____________________________________________________________ *** Contact information Email: brian@gmcdp.com ____________________________________________________________ *** Sender's Message I am wondering if you can give us a guide as to the cost that = professional archivist could charge should we require the services of = one for advice? How is it made up? Eg. Travel cost (cost per mile), Consultancy fee (per hour)...anything else? = Let me know. Trying to work out a budget to incorporate possible = consultancy fee for the UK Disabled People's Movement Archive that we = are trying to set up. We are in the process of doing funding = applications.=20 =20 ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 22:01:53 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0322 Bluesman, House of the Rising Sun, Husband Hunting via FOI Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable MOVING towards a paperless world IT AsiaOne - Singapore,Singapore ... Access to the documents can be controlled with access control tools to only allow authorised staff to gain access to confidential documents. ... NEWSPAPERS Examine Issues Related to Adoption of Electronic ... 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Los Angeles Times New Orleans Legend May Prove to Be Reputable The Guardian I've got freedom of information. Now I'd like a man in a uniform Wall Street Journal Blues Rift: Snapshots Of a Music Legend Lead to Tug of War Wall St Journal Information Incognito In War on Terror, U.S. Tries To Make Public Data Secret; The Almanac Under Wraps? ITManagement Former IT Manager, Current Security Threat? March 22, 2005 By Chris Nerney In the wake of the dot-com crash and numerous financial scandals that=20 have rudely ushered in the new millennium, we've become accustomed to=20 seeing corporate executives sentenced to prison. Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 13:14:39 -0000 Reply-To: Jane Stevenson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Jane Stevenson Subject: Re: Digital imaging In-Reply-To: MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0060_01C52FAA.44E28990" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0060_01C52FAA.44E28990 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Here is a draft section from a report I am writing about digital preservation which might be of interest: PDF has been proposed as a possible archival format, and it does have the advantage of preserving the look and feel of a record. However, it does not preserve any embedded metadata, such as information on authorship and revision. PDF as it stands would certainly not satisfy all requirements for digital records, and it is a proprietary format. However, there is current initiative is looking to develop PDF as a file format for long-term preservation (though I don't quite know where this is up to at present). Known as PDF/A, the standard is intended to specify the use of PDF in a manner specifically geared to long-term use. PDF does offer advantages over some other proprietary standards because it is based on a published specification and the most recent version offers a rich metadata capability, the Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP). PDF/A would define the set of PDF components that could be used and specify how they could be used. So, for example, javascript and executable files would not be accepted, encryption would be forbidden and audio and video content would be forbidden. The standard is described in a DigiNews article (RLG DigiNews Dec 15, 2003, vol 7 no 6). In general, experts in digital preservation agree that proprietary formats are unsuitable for long-term preservation. The issues surrounding the intellectural property rights mitigate against this. It is preferable to have control over the technologies used to access records, but formats are often controlled as the intellectual property of a commercial entity, and competition drives frequent changes in individual file formats. Non-proprietary formats ensure that the Archive has control over access to the records and may also have the advantage of spreading costs between like-minded institutions for the financial costs of development. In addition, versions of proprietary file formats tend to be short lived and application software does not generally provide import facilities for every previous file format version. If there is no non-proprietary alternative, then it would be advisable to favour proprietary technologies that can be sourced from multiple vendors. Jane Stevenson Archives Hub Manchester Computing The University of Manchester Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL email: jane.stevenson@manchester.ac.uk tel: 0161 275 6789 _____ From: Archivists, conservators and records managers. [mailto:ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Locker, Anne Sent: 18 March 2005 12:26 To: ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK Subject: FW: Digital imaging I am posting this on behalf of my colleague, Richard Forward. Does anyone have any opinions/experience on this issue? Please email Richard directly on rforward@iee.org.uk, or respond to myself or the list, and I can pass responses on. Anne Anne Locker IEE Archivist The IEE www.iee.org/archives -----Original Message----- From: Forward, Richard Sent: 18 March 2005 12:23 To: Locker, Anne Subject: I want to know what people think about PDF as a digital archive resource. I have heard conflicting reports about its acceptability with some saying that it is a bad idea because it is not open source and there is no guarantee of its long term existence and others saying that it is so heavily used by government agencies that it is now effectively a de facto standard. The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or taking of any action in reliance upon, this information by persons or entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited. If you received this in error, please contact the sender and delete the material from any computer. ------=_NextPart_000_0060_01C52FAA.44E28990 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Here is a = draft=20 section from a report I am writing about digital preservation which = might be of=20 interest:

 

PDF has been proposed as a possible = archival format,=20 and it does have the advantage of preserving the look and feel of a = record.=20 However, it does not preserve any embedded metadata, such as information = on=20 authorship and revision. PDF as it stands would certainly not satisfy = all=20 requirements for digital records, and it is a proprietary format.=20 However, there = is current=20 initiative is looking to develop PDF as a file format for long-term=20 preservation (though I don't quite know where this is up to = at=20 present). Known as PDF/A, the standard is intended to specify the = use of=20 PDF in a manner specifically geared to long-term use.  PDF does offer advantages over = some other=20 proprietary standards because it is based on a published specification = and the=20 most recent version offers a rich metadata capability, the Extensible = Metadata=20 Platform (XMP). PDF/A would define the set of PDF components that could = be used=20 and specify how they could be used. So, for example, javascript and = executable=20 files would not be accepted, encryption would be forbidden and audio and = video=20 content would be forbidden. The standard is described in a DigiNews = article (RLG=20 DigiNews Dec 15, 2003, vol 7 no 6).

 

In general, experts in digital preservation = agree=20 that proprietary formats are unsuitable for long-term preservation. The = issues=20 surrounding the intellectural property rights mitigate against this. It = is=20 preferable to have control over the technologies used to access records, = but=20 formats are often controlled as the intellectual property of a = commercial=20 entity, and competition drives frequent changes in individual file = formats.=20 Non-proprietary formats ensure that the Archive has control over access = to the=20 records and may also have the advantage of spreading costs between = like-minded=20 institutions for the financial costs of development. In addition, = versions of=20 proprietary file formats tend to be short lived and application software = does=20 not generally provide import facilities for every previous file format=20 version. If there is no non-proprietary alternative, = then it=20 would be advisable to favour proprietary technologies that can be = sourced from=20 multiple vendors.

 

Jane=20 Stevenson
Archives=20 Hub
Manchester Computing
The University of Manchester
Oxford=20 Road
Manchester M13 9PL
email: = jane.stevenson@manchester.ac.uk
tel:=20 0161 275 6789


 

From: Archivists, conservators and = records=20 managers. [mailto:ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of = Locker,=20 Anne
Sent: 18 March 2005 12:26
To:=20 ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Subject: FW: Digital=20 imaging

 
Anne

Anne = Locker=20
IEE=20 Archivist

The IEE =
www.iee.org/archives
=20

-----Original Message-----
From: Forward, Richard=20
Sent: 18 March 2005 12:23
To: Locker,=20 Anne
Subject:

I want to know what people = think=20 about PDF as a digital archive resource. I have heard conflicting = reports about=20 its acceptability with some saying that it is a bad idea because it is = not open=20 source and there is no guarantee of its long term existence and others = saying=20 that it is so heavily used by government agencies that it is now = effectively a=20 de facto = standard.

 The information = transmitted=20 is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and = may=20 contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, = retransmission,=20 dissemination or other use of, or taking of any action in reliance upon, = this=20 information by persons or entities other than the intended recipient is=20 prohibited. If you received this in error, please contact the sender and = delete=20 the material from any computer.

------=_NextPart_000_0060_01C52FAA.44E28990-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 13:53:20 -0000 Reply-To: Teresa Wilmshurst Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Teresa Wilmshurst Subject: Waterways Virtual Archive Catalogue Project website MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I would just like to thank everyone who contacted me regarding the = design and construction of the project website. Your suggestions and = advice have been very helpful. Thanks, Teresa Wilmshurst Senior Project Archivist Virtual Archive Catalogue Project ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 14:29:09 -0000 Reply-To: "Winterbottom, Philip" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Winterbottom, Philip" Subject: Job opportunity: The Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain The Royal Bank of Scotland is currently advertising for an Archivist, based in Edinburgh, to join its Group Archives team . The advert appears in the current issue of ARC Recruitment Plus (March 2005), and also on our website at the following url (search on the keyword 'archivist'), where you can apply online: www.rbs.com/joinus . The closing date for applications is 8 April. Philip Winterbottom Deputy Group Archivist The Royal Bank of Scotland plc Group Archives Group Purchasing and Property Operations Regent's House PO Box 348 42 Islington High Street LONDON N1 8XL DEPOT CODE 190 Tel 020 7615 6125 Fax 020 7837 7560 email Philip.Winterbottom@rbs.co.uk www.rbs.com\ourheritage The Royal Bank of Scotland plc, Registered in Scotland No. 90312. 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Whilst all reasonable care has been taken to avoid the transmission of viruses, it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the onward transmission, opening or use of this message and any attachments will not adversely affect its systems or data. No responsibility is accepted by The Royal Bank of Scotland plc in this regard and the recipient should carry out such virus and other checks as it considers appropriate. ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 10:06:35 -0500 Reply-To: Peter Kurilecz Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Peter Kurilecz Subject: Re: Digital imaging In-Reply-To: Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 13:14:39 -0000, Jane Stevenson wrote: > . The > standard is described in a DigiNews article (RLG DigiNews Dec 15, 2003, vol > 7 no 6). http://www.rlg.org/legacy/preserv/diginews/diginews7-6.html here is a link to an Adobe whitepaper http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/pdfs/pdfarchiving.pdf and an interesting presentation on pdf/a http://www.pdfsages.com/downloads/PDF_for_Archive.pdf -- Peter Kurilecz Richmond, Va ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 15:30:42 -0000 Reply-To: Heather Boyns Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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Dear all

 

Thank you to all who responded to this (a number from = the CALM list as well as this one), too many to thank individually for which = I apologise – all your responses were much appreciated and very = useful.

 

A large number of people replied to my initial query indicating an interest in any responses – so here is a summary as promised.

 

A lot of repositories using CALM seem to be in a = similar position. Those which have already tackled this issue generally appear = to have done so in the same way. Most popular is the Mail Merge option in CALM = (reached by the reports button in CALM when viewing a catalogue entry) which = creates a source document and transfers the data into Word via mail merge. This Word = document can be edited before the mail merge takes place and can be set to a = standard layout for your catalogues. This saves having to edit each catalogue = after the report is created.

 

The other solution offered was simply to export the = data as a txt file and import that into Word for = editing.

 

There is some information in the DS CALM Manual on = how to achieve the above.

 

Personally we have decided to go with the Mail Merge = option and are currently attempting to edit the Word file so that it produces = the catalogues in the format we want. We are still finding, however, that = some editing after the report is created is still necessary – mainly = because each component file is treated the same.

 

I hope this information makes sense and is useful = – please contact me for clarification if = necessary.

 

Heather Boyns

 

Archive Project Officer

National Motor Museum Trust

Beaulieu

 

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C52FBD.466E2478-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 18:10:32 +0000 Reply-To: Catherine Hillis Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Catherine Hillis Subject: Improving Access for Blind and Partially Sighted People MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Apologies for cross posting. If you would like more information on the course please do not hesitate to get in touch. Improving Access for Blind and Partially Sighted People: Visual Awareness Training for Frontline Workers (archives and libraries) This one-day training course has been developed by RNIB in partnership with ALM London to help practitioners working with the public in London's archives and libraries to improve their visual awareness and develop new skills for facilitating access to services, collections and resources for blind and partially sighted people, including the use of access technology. The morning consists of visual awareness training led by Mary Cox, Visual Awareness Trainer. The afternoon session consists of a session on improving access to archives and libraries led by David Mann, Campaigns Officer and a practical session on access technology led by Mark Prouse, High Technology Officer. Date: 26 April 2005 (for archive and library practitioners) Venue: 105 Judd Street, London WC1H 9NE Cost: =A345 + VAT - including refreshments and a sandwich lunch. Note: This event will also be run for museum and gallery practitioners on 15 April 2005 You can download full event details and a booking form from the ALM London Website at: http://www.almlondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?NavigationID=3D103 For more information on the event, please contact Catherine Hillis on the details below: Catherine Hillis Talking Images Arts and Heritage Officer Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) 105 Judd Street, London, WC1H 9NE 020 7391 2328 For information on making museums and galleries accessible, please visit www.rnib.org.uk/audiodescription For a monthly update of what's on in museums and galleries for blind and partially sighted people, please visit www.rnib.org.uk/museum ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 21:31:31 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 10:17:25 +0000 Reply-To: ELLEN PARTON Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: ELLEN PARTON Subject: Web Design MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-1099839074-1111659445=:749" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-1099839074-1111659445=:749 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit In case it's still of interest to anyone, I know of a reputable web design partnership who have experience in designing and building institutional websites (amongst others). For examples, please look at the following: http://www.cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk/ http://www.represents.co.uk/ http://www.fletcherandmyburgh.co.uk/ For further information, contact gav@stickytarmac.com, or alternatively, I'm happy to pass on any queries. 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In case it's still of interest to anyone, I know of a reputable web design partnership who have experience in designing and building institutional websites (amongst others). For examples, please look at the following:

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http://www.represents.co.uk/

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For further information, contact gav@stickytarmac.com, or alternative! ly, I'm happy to pass on any queries.

Ellen Parton

Send instant messages to your online friends http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com --0-1099839074-1111659445=:749-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 08:58:24 -0000 Reply-To: "SHENTON, Caroline" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "SHENTON, Caroline" Subject: Hard copy British Library Catalogue: free to good home MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear all We have a 38 volume hard copy catalogue of the British Library (Readex, 1967) surplus to requirements. If anyone would like to have it, please contact me OFF LIST to make arrangements to pick it up from here. Thanks Caroline Caroline Shenton Assistant Clerk of the Records=20 Cataloguing and Online Services Parliamentary Archives HLRO London SW1A OPW +44 (0)207 219 5318 shentonc@parliament.uk www.parliament.uk -------------------------------------------------------- UK Parliament Disclaimer: This e-mail is confidential to the intended recipient. If you have = received it in error, please notify the sender and delete it from your = system. Any unauthorised use, disclosure, or copying is not permitted. = This e-mail has been checked for viruses, but no liability is accepted = for any damage caused by any virus transmitted by this e-mail. -------------------------------------------------------- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 12:24:34 -0000 Reply-To: Suzie Mereweather Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Suzie Mereweather Subject: Job Opportunities MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5306C.6FFE9350" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5306C.6FFE9350 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The following job opportunities at The Royal Household will be advertised i= n the forthcoming ARC... =20 As part of the Private Secretary's Office, the Records Management Section i= s responsible for providing advice on records-keeping systems, both paper a= nd electronic, to ensure that the Royal Household and Private Estates meet = operational, legislative and historical requirements. We are recruiting the= following new roles to build on our current operations based at Buckingham= Palace. =20 FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LIAISON OFFICER c.=A330,000 (neg. dependant upon experience) plus benefits, 1 year fixed-te= rm contract =20 Reporting to the Records Manager you will work in close co-operation with a= ll departments of the Royal Household and public authorities handling freed= om of information requests, including advising on freedom of information le= gislation and communicating relevant information across the Household. =20 You will be familiar with the principles of good information management and= records legislation and ideally have experience of policy writing and impl= ementation. Strong communication skills; initiative and excellent organisat= ional and IT skills are essential. =20 ASSISTANT RECORDS MANAGER =A321,000 - =A325,000 plus benefits =20 Reporting to the Deputy Records Manager you will provide advice on record-k= eeping practices, both manual and electronic, monitor and assist in the imp= lementation of retention and disposal schedules, manage the Intermediate Re= cords Store, supervise the appraisal of non-current material and arrange th= e transfer of records to the Royal Archives. You will also be responsible f= or the supervision and development of the Records Management Assistant. =20 You will either possess a qualification in records management or archives a= dministration, or have sound professional experience within the field. Goo= d communication and negotiation skills are required to enable you to build = relationships and gain credibility quickly. Analytical and problem-solving = skills are essential as are strong organisational and IT skills. A full, cl= ean driving licence is also desirable.=20 =20 RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT c. =A318,000 plus benefits, 1 year fixed term placement =20 You will provide administrative support to the Records Management Section a= nd assist with the records management programme. =20 =20 You will be a graduate wishing to gain experience before undertaking profes= sional training in archives or records management. Basic knowledge of the p= rinciples of information management and some office administration experien= ce are essential. You should also possess good communication and IT skills;= be organised, self motivated and be able to use your initiative. =20 =20 INFORMATION ASSISTANT c.16,000 plus benefits, 1 year fixed term contract =20 You will be responsible for efficiently processing all enquiries relating t= o the Freedom of Information Act ensuring that both database and paper reco= rds are accurately maintained and timescales are adhered to. You will also = undertake background research as required and provide administrative suppor= t to the Director of Records. =20 You will ideally be educated to degree level, have good communication skill= s both oral and written and IT skills including Microsoft Word and database= entry. You must also have accurate typing and administration skills, be w= ell organised and able to use your initiative. A self-motivated and team-f= ocused approach is also important. =20 =20 Key benefits include a 15% employer contribution to a pension scheme, paid = leave entitlement and an excellent staff restaurant. =20 For further details and an application pack, please visit www.royal.gov.uk = /recruitment, email recruitment@royal.gsx.gov.uk= or write to: Recruitment Assistant,= Personnel Office, Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA. =20 =20 The closing date for completed applications is: Monday 18th April 2005 =20 The Royal Household is committed to equality of opportunity for all applica= nts =20 =20 _____________________________________________ Suzie Mereweather Assistant Records Manager Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA Ext. 3204 =20 ***************************************************************************= ******** Royal Household - Legal Disclaimer This message and any attachments should only be read by those persons to wh= om it is addressed and be used by them for its intended purpose. If you hav= e received this e-mail in error, please notify us by telephone on 020 7930 = 4832 and delete it from your computer immediately.=20 Every reasonable precaution has been taken to ensure that this e-mail, incl= uding attachments, does not contain viruses. However, the Royal Household c= an not accept any liability for any damage caused by viruses received throu= gh e-mail. The Royal Household cannot accept liability for statements made which are c= learly the sender's own and not made on behalf of the Royal Household. Repl= ies to this e-mail address may be subject to interception or monitoring for= operational reasons or for lawful business purposes. ***************************************************************************= ******** ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5306C.6FFE9350 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

The following= job opportunities at The Royal Household will be advertised in the forthcoming ARC…

 

As part of = the Private Secretary’s Office, the Records Management Section is respons= ible for providing advice on records-keeping systems, both paper and electronic,= to ensure that the Royal Household and Private Estates meet operational, legislative and historical requirements. We are recruiting the following new roles to build on our current operations based at Buckingham Palace.=

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LIAISON OFFICER<= /span>

c.=A330,000 (neg. dependant upon experi= ence) plus benefits, 1 year fixed-term contract

 

Reporting to the Records Manag= er you will work in close co-operation with all departments of the Royal Household= and public authorities handling freedom of information requests, including advi= sing on freedom of information legislation and communicating relevant information across the Household.

 

You will be familiar with the principles of good information management and records legislation and ideal= ly have experience of policy writing and implementation. Strong communication skills; initiative and excellent organisational and IT skills are essential= .

 

ASSISTANT REC= ORDS MANAGER

=A321,000 - = =A325,000 plus benefits

 

Reporting to the Deputy Records Manager you will provide advice on record-keeping practices, both manual and electronic, monitor and assist in the implementation of retention and dispo= sal schedules, manage the Intermediate Records Store, supervise the appraisal of non-current material and arrange the transfer of records to the Royal Archi= ves. You will also be responsible for the supervision and development of the Rec= ords Management Assistant.

 

You will either possess a qualification in records management or archives administration, or have sou= nd professional experience within the field.=A0 Good communication and negotia= tion skills are required to enable you to build relationships and gain credibili= ty quickly. Analytical and problem-solving skills are essential as are strong organisational and IT skills. A full, clean driving licence is also desirab= le.

 

RECORDS MANAG= EMENT ASSISTANT

c. =A318,000 = plus benefits, 1 year fixed term placement

 

You will provide administrative support to the Records Management Section and assist with the records management programme.=A0

 

You will be a graduate wishing= to gain experience before undertaking professional training in archives or rec= ords management. Basic knowledge of the principles of information management and= some office administration experience are essential. You should also possess good communication and IT skills; be organised, self motivated and be able to use your initiative.=A0

 

INFORMATION ASSISTANT

c.16,000 plus benefits, 1 year fixed term contract

 

You will be responsible for efficiently processing all enquiries relating to the Freedo= m of Information Act ensuring that both database and paper records are accuratel= y maintained and timescales are adhered to. You will also undertake background research = as required and provide administrative support to the Director of Records.

 

You will ideally be educated to degree level, have good communication skills both oral and written and IT skills including Microsoft Word and database entry.=A0 You must also have accurate typing and administration skills, be well organised and able to use your initiative.=A0 A self-motivated and team-focused approach is also impo= rtant.

 

 

Key bene= fits include a 15% employer contribution to a pension scheme, paid leave entitlement and= an excellent staff restaurant.

 

For further= details and an application pack, please visit = www.royal.gov.uk/recruitment, email recruitment@royal.gsx.gov.uk or write to: Recruitment Assistant, Personnel Office, Buckingham Palace, Londo= n, SW1A 1AA.=A0

 

The closing= date for completed applications is: Monday 18th April 2005

 

The Royal Ho= usehold is committed to equality of opportunity for all applicants

 

 

__________________________________= ___________

Suzie Mereweather=

Assistant Records Manager

Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1A= A

Ext. 3204

 



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=00 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5306C.6FFE9350-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 14:58:23 +0000 Reply-To: Robin Darwall-Smith Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Robin Darwall-Smith Subject: Traineeship at Magdalen College, Oxford MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Dear All, I attach details of a one-year trainee post here at Magdalen College, Oxford, which is intended to offer pre-course experience for either would- be librarians or would-be archivists. Can people who are interested in further particulars please contact my colleague Mrs. Simms, whose e-mail is at the bottom of the advertisement, rather than me? Thanks. Robin Darwall-Smith Archivist, Magdalen College Oxford ****************************** MAGDALEN COLLEGE OXFORD LIBRARIAN & ARCHIVIST GRADUATE TRAINEE Magdalen College is seeking a graduate for a one-year internship (1 October 2005 =96 30 September 2006) in its Libraries and Archives. This is an unusual opportunity for someone who wishes to gain experience of both library and archives work before pursuing further qualifications. All applicants should have a first degree and serious intentions of pursuing a career in professional librarianship or archives work. It is expected that the successful candidate will apply to library or archives school during their year at Magdalen. The Graduate Trainee=92s time will be= divided between the College Archives and Libraries, where there will be a variety of training and duties, such as answering queries, cataloguing, setting up exhibitions, learning conversation methods, and assisting with general administration. Training will include formal short courses, e.g. in IT skills, depending on the trainee=92s particular interests. Salary =A311,960 (pay increase after 3-month probation), free lunch in College when the kitchen is open. Closing date is 22 April 2005. For further particulars please contact Mrs. H. Simms, Personnel Administrator, Magdalen College, Oxford 0X1 4AU. Telephone 01865 276031 or email Helen.simms@magd.ox.ac.uk Magdalen College is an equal opportunities employer. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 16:22:40 -0000 Reply-To: "Jones, Steven" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Jones, Steven" Subject: Job Vacancy: FOI Assessor, The National Archives MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable On behalf of a colleague, please see below for details of a current = vacancy at The National Archives.=20 Steven Jones Head of Archive Inspection Services National Advisory Services The National Archives > http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk >=20 Tel: 020 8392 5318 E-mail: steven.jones@nationalarchives.gov.uk ------------------------------------------------------------------------= ---- -------------------------------- The National Archives FOI Assessor Kew =A323,765 to =A327,338 pa=20 In the first month of full implementation of the Freedom of Information = Act 2000 (January 2005) the National Archives (TNA) received more Freedom = of Information (FOI) requests than any other government department. We = now wish to increase our capability to handle such requests (in = consultation with other government departments) by recruiting a dynamic individual, = who can use knowledge of the FOI Act, judgement and research skills to = reach decisions to a tight timetable. Your main duties will be to research = closed historical information in response to FOI requests, to assess whether exemptions apply, to train other assessors and to take responsibility = for overseeing the completion of casework in accordance with statutory deadlines. To excel in this demanding role, you will need to be able to work well = under pressure and be a very good communicator. Knowledge of the working of = the Freedom of Information Act and research skills are essential, and you = should be able to organise your own heavy workload to tight timescales. Your interpersonal skills will come into play as a flexible team worker, who = can also liaise with senior colleagues from other government departments. = Highly IT literate and able to exercise judgement, it is highly desirable that = you have some experience of delivering training and carrying out research. For further information, please visit www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/jobs Many of our posts are available on a job share or part-time basis. To apply, please call 020 7649 6003 for an application form quoting the = job reference number 42710 (Minicom 020 7406 5790). Your call may be = recorded or monitored for training and quality purposes. Please note that the recruitment line closes on Wednesday 30th March = 2005. The closing date for applications is Friday 1st April 2005. We are striving towards equality of opportunity and will consider all applicants fairly and on merit. www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/jobs Steven Jones Head of Archive Inspection Services National Advisory Services The National Archives > http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk >=20 Tel: 020 8392 5318 E-mail: steven.jones@nationalarchives.gov.uk ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 17:01:33 +0000 Reply-To: Joy Davidson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Joy Davidson Subject: DELOS Summer School 2005 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 DELOS Summer School 2005 Sophia Antipolis, France 5th-11th June, 2005 The DELOS Network of Excellence is a four-year project funded by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework Programme to synergize and foster technology for the next-generation of Digital Libraries (www.delos.info). It builds on the work of an earlier project under FP5 which ran from 2000-2003 (www.delos-noe.org). At its Scientific Board Meeting of July 2004 in Corvara it was agreed that DELOS should run a summer school on 'Digital Preservation in Digital Libraries'. The DELOS Network of Excellence is pleased to announce that the summer school programme has been developed and is now available for registration. This delivery of this event is co-sponsored by the Digital Curation Centre (DCC) and ERPANET. The aim of the summer school is to assist participants in understanding how to address digital preservation challenges in the context of the digital library. The workshop will also provide a networking opportunity for participants to meet with other students and researchers, international experts, and practitioners across disciplinary and national boundaries. Workshop Format During this 6-day summer school, internationally established lecturers will each lead half-day sessions and most will be available through the week for further discussion. By the end of the course, participants will have: -gained an appreciation of the issues surrounding digital preservation within the context of digital library development and management; developed a grasp of the core research in the area of digital curation and preservation; -developed a coherent and practical understanding of activities surrounding digital preservation; -gained experience with issues surrounding workflow modelling, metadata definition, and ingest process management; -acquired an appreciation of the different approaches to selecting and appraising potential digital acquisitions; -become familiar with the OAIS model and gained a knowledge of the approaches to repository design and deployment; -a working knowledge of the issues surrounding audit and certification of digital repositories; -a working knowledge of the techniques and practices that underlie digital curation; -developed a firm understanding of the issues of authenticity, integrity, and reliability in relation to digital libraries; and -considered how digital curation and preservation requirements can be integrated into approaches to digital library development. Programme A detailed programme can be viewed on the DELOS website at http://www.dpc.delos.info/registration/. Lecturers include: Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard (Staatsbibliotek Denmark), Michael Day (UKOLN and the DCC), David Giaretta (CCLRC and DCC), Stephan Heuscher (iKeep AG, Digital Archives Services), Professor Ross Harvey, (Charles Strutt University), Hans Hofman (National Archives of the Netherlands), Anne Kenney (Cornell University), Professor Andreas Rauber, (Vienna University of Technology), Professor Seamus Ross (University of Glasgow), Professor Manfred Thaller, (University of Cologne) Venue The summer school will take place at Sophia Antipolis (near Nice and Antibes in the South of France). To Register The registration fee is: =B7 =80200 for students from EU Universities (although bursuaries covering e= ven this fee may be available for some students). =B7 =80500 for professionals and students from universities, public librarie= s, archives and museums. =B7 =80650 for staff from commercial enterprises. The fees include: Reception Sunday evening (5 June), Wine tasting (7 June), Summer School Dinner (9 June), lunches each day, coffee and tea in the morning and afternoon, pre-course reader, and course materials. The course fees do not include accommodation, travel, or other expenses. Note: Bursaries will be available to students for all member states, and to both students and professionals from the new member states and The closing date for registration is 10 May 2005. Register at http://www.dpc.delos.info/registration/index.php? register=3Dregister For more information contact Seamus Ross at s.ross@hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 00:18:10 EST Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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RAIN=20 (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news stories from=20 around the world.

END-TO-END=20 document and records lifecycle management at EPSRC
PublicTechnology.net - UK
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or Excel and=20= is then=20 given the option to apply retention rules to the
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ACCUTRAC=20 Records Management Software Integrates with TABQuik to ...
Business Wire=20 (press release) - San Francisco,CA,USA
Accutrac Software, Inc. announces=20= the=20 integration of Accutrac Records Management
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North=20 Kitsap Herald, Wed, 23 Mar 2005 1:08 AM PST
Students seek to unlock a tri= bal=20 photo mystery
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KINGSTON= =20 When Tamara Stone s class at Wolfle Elementary invited=20 Wanapum
Tribal
member Angela Buck to speak in December, they thought t= hey=20 d only be
getting a
lesson in the history and culture of her Eastern=20 Washington tribe.

Hornell=20 Evening Tribune, Tue, 22 Mar 2005 8:47 AM PST
City dummies ready for muse= um:=20 Torsos donated by Baker's Bridge
Historical
Association
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City=20 Planner Heather Reynolds adjusts a mannequin wearing an Erie
police=20 uniform
Monday afternoon at city hall. The uniform was donated by=20 William
Bobownik and
will be placed in the railroad museum at the Horn= ell=20 Erie Depot.

WTOC

03/23/05
Local=20 Man Finds His Tax Return on InternetNo=20 doubt computers and the internet have made filing your taxes easier. But it=20= can=20 also be big trouble if your tax returns--and all the private information the= y=20 contain--wind up online. We found one local man it happened to.=20

Don=20 Bodiker uses a popular file sharing program to swap music and other informat= ion=20 over the internet. He also uses his computer to prepare his taxes.=20

<http://www.wtoctv.com/Global/story.asp?s=3D3117022>

 

GETTING=20 IT Controls Right -- 5 Pitfalls to Avoid
Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Journa= l -=20 Fairfield,NJ,USA
... partitions with no fire protection materials and=20 vulnerable to physical
destruction. ... The requirements of Sarbanes-Oxle= y to=20 retain records
"for a period of ...
<http://www.s-ox.com/feature/detail.cfm?articleID=3D69= 2>

 

STASI=20 material on Kohl released
BBC News - E,UK
... A former East German=20 dissident, she had brought the case to release
the files, arguing that a=20= new=20 law allowed the publication of such records,
whether or not ...
<http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4379349.stm<= /A>>

 

MORGAN=20 Stanley Fires Firm and Files Notice of Possible Malpractice ...
NY Lawyer= -=20 New York,NY,USA
Angered by the defendant's failure to produce discovery=20 documents, a judge
granted partial summary judgment Wednesday in favor of= =20 financier Ronald
Perelman ...
<http://www.nylawyer.com/news/05/03/032405j.html>

 

LOST=20 Mississippi Casino Documents Found
Casino City Times - Newton=20 Center,MA,USA
... letters of support and Clermont Harbor residents claime= d=20 there were
nearly 200 letters of opposition in the missing files. "=E2= =80=A6If all of=20 the
documents are found ...
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JACK=20 the Ripper -- new archive files released
New Criminologist - UK
... Th= e=20 documents, which also include unique, in depth and voluminous papers
writ= ten=20 by other notable criminologists, including the late Professor
E. Camps, a= nd=20 ...
<http://www.newcriminologist.co.uk/news.asp?id=3D11089= 46707>

 

MINNER=20 opens public archives' centennial celebration
Cape Gazette -=20 Lewes,DE,USA
Gov. Ruth Ann Minner unveiled a new exhibit celebrating the=20 100th anniversary
of the Delaware Public Archives March 16. The ceremony=20 ...
<http://www.capegazette.com/storiescurrent/0305/dearch= ive031805.html>

 

RUSS=20 McCabe to head Delaware Public Archives
Cape Gazette - Lewes,DE,USA
Ru= ss=20 McCabe has been promoted to director of Delaware Public Archives,
after=20 working for the office since 1978. McCabe's promotion ...
<http://www.capegazette.com/storiescurrent/0305/mccabe= russ032205.html>

 

A=20 look at her history
Anchorage Daily News - Anchorage,AK,USA
... might=20= take=20 to go through the University of Alaska Anchorage archives
yourself ... of= =20 themselves as extraordinary," said Arlene Schmuland, UAA
archivist who=20 selected ...
<http://www.adn.com/life/story/6304666p-6180804c.html<= /SPAN>>

 

ATTORNEY=20 seeks inquiry of document shredding
Virginian Pilot - Norfolk,VA,USA
.= ..=20 The city confirmed this week that Biegler's husband, who signed up
to wor= k as=20 a volunteer for the city, was given the task of shredding records
in his=20= wife=20 ...
<http://home.hamptonroads.com/stories/story.cfm?story= =3D83981&ran=3D201591>

 

BANKING=20 Rules Address Theft Of Consumers' Private Data
Washington Post - USA
.= ..=20 That would include organizations such as Bank of America Corp.,=20 which
disclosed recently that it had lost computer tapes containing=20 financial
data on more than ...
<http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A61849-= 2005Mar23.html>

 

TAPE=20 mishaps drives call for tougher data protection laws
Computerworld Austra= lia=20 - Australia
... holders. For example, the Bank of America lost digital ta= pes=20 with information
on 1.2 million people including 60 US Senators. Analysts= =20 ...
<http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;11571779= 86;fp;16;fpid;0>

 

Forbes

7-Eleven's=20 Inconvenience

Alleging=20 kickbacks, the chain fired

four=20 employees and a food broker.

But=20 the purge has a ring of

hypocrisy.

<http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2005/0411/058.html>

 

NATION,=20 NC address ID security breaches
Charlotte Observer - Charlotte,NC,USA
= ...=20 They believe ChoicePoint, a Georgia personal data seller, would not
have=20 revealed that it sold information to bogus clients last year if not
for=20 California's ...
<http://www.charlotte.com/mld/charlotte/business/11215= 774.htm>

 

HONORING=20 the feats of women in history
San Diego Union Tribune - USA
... "There= 's a=20 complacency that it's over," said Dawn Riggs, museum archivist
and histor= y=20 professor at San Diego State University. "It's not true. ...
<http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/features/20050324-= 9999-lz1c24women.html>

CAN=20 computers survive cross-examination?
ZDNet - USA
... various files--su= ch=20 as e-mails, documents and the ... Textual content
of files must therefore= be=20 considered ... the reliability of the computer
records themselves--and=20 ...
<http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1009_22-5634315.html>

 

BLOGGER=20 launches FoI journal
Information World Review - London,UK
... Open=20 Government editor Steve Wood is a lecturer on information management
at=20 Liverpool University has been writing the popular FOIA Blog (http://foia.blogspot
...
<http://www.iwr.co.uk/IWR/1162168><= /o:p>

 

 

 
Peter Kurilecz
Richmond,=20 Va
pakurilecz@aol.com

-------------------------------1111727890-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 15:32:43 +0000 Reply-To: Rosalind Hall Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Rosalind Hall Subject: Medieval Latin Can anybody offer advice on learning medieval Latin? I am hoping to start an MA in Archives and Records Management in 2006 and want to learn some Latin before doing so. I have used the Denis Stuart and Eileen Gooder books, but would like some more formal instruction. Most home study courses seem to offer only classical Latin (GCSE etc.) and I am more interested in acquiring an ability to read medieval Latin. I know that Lampeter runs summer schools, but am not aware of any elsewhere. Does anyone have experience of these schools? Are they worthwhile? Any advice can be emailed to me at rsh0902@yahoo.co.uk would be much appreciated. Thanks you. ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 20:35:09 EST Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: RAIN 325 Manuscript Returned, Sir Humphrey, Ottoman Archives Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-----------------------------1111800909" -------------------------------1111800909 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news from around the world MEMO to city: Get a new records policy East Valley Tribune - Mesa,AZ,USA ... At the court building in Phoenix, Judge Michael D. 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Saying that the reality is not in Tashnak newspapers, but in the Ottoman archives, McCarthy underlined the importance of a book titled "Atrocities Committed by ... <_http://www.zaman.com/?bl=politics&alt=&trh=20050325&hn=17834_ (http://www.zaman.com/?bl=politics&alt=&trh=20050325&hn=17834) > A visit to the National Archives Bru Direct - Brunei Darussalam By Azaraimy HH. A group of non-teaching staff members from SM Pg Setia Jaya Negara Hj Abu Bakar in KB yesterday visited the National Archives. ... <_http://www.brudirect.com/DailyInfo/News/Archive/Mar05/250305/bb05.htm_ (http://www.brudirect.com/DailyInfo/News/Archive/Mar05/250305/bb05.htm) > OTTOMAN Archives To Be Promoted Turkish Press - Plymouth,MI,USA ANKARA - Prime Ministry State Archives Director General Yusuf Sarinay said on Friday that allegations of so-called Armenian genocide were based on subjective ... <_http://www.turkishpress.com/news.asp?id=39339_ (http://www.turkishpress.com/news.asp?id=39339) > FEDS Push Banks to Alert Customers of Security Breaches _InternetNews.com_ (http://internetnews.com/) - USA ... 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CENTER'S= =20 records make lost pieces harder to find
Kansas.com - KS,USA<= BR>...=20 we'll have pictures of it in the files.". In addition, he said, the
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FIRM dev= elops=20 PDF tracking tool
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... could track and and manage Adobe Acrobat files (PDFs)= =20 through multiple
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ARSON po= ser as=20 fire destroys DOE files
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...=20 headquarters here early this morning destroyed 70 per cent of the=20 department's
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RARE=20 'Recycled' Manuscript Returned to Cathedral
Scotland on Sunday - UK
..= .=20 Cathedral archivist Heather Forbes added: "The Cathedral archives alreadyhas=20 pages from this lectionary containing the standard series of readings
for= =20 ...
<http://news.scotsman.com/latest.cfm?id=3D4308163>

 

'SECRECY= =20 instinct' being overcome
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MCCARTHY= Calls=20 Western to Examine Ottoman Archives
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Committed by ...
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A visit=20= to the=20 National Archives
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By Azaraimy HH. A gro= up=20 of non-teaching staff members from SM Pg Setia
Jaya Negara Hj Abu Bakar i= n KB=20 yesterday visited the National Archives.
...
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OTTOMAN=20 Archives To Be Promoted
Turkish Press - Plymouth,MI,USA
ANKARA - Prime= =20 Ministry State Archives Director General Yusuf Sarinay said
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subjective=20 ...
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FEDS Pus= h=20 Banks to Alert Customers of Security Breaches
InternetNews.com - USA
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MANUSCRI= PT=20 returned to cathedral
BBC News - E,UK
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AUTHORIT= Y'S=20 solicitor questions tacking fee onto public document ...
Washington Obser= ver=20 Reporter - Washington,PA,USA
A municipal authority's $50 charge for=20 retrieving and copying public documents
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<http://www.observer-reporter.com/282915138361471.bsp<= /SPAN>>

 

 

 
Peter Kurilecz
Richmond,=20 Va
pakurilecz@aol.com

-------------------------------1111800909-- ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 13:49:23 EST Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 326 Saturday's news Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-----------------------------1111949363" -------------------------------1111949363 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news from around the world MANAGERS changing at state division The News Journal - Wilmington,DE,USA ... of the state Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs has prompted a personnel shuffle that will give Delaware a new division chief and a new state archivist ... <_http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2005/03/26managerschangin.ht ml_ (http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2005/03/26managerschangin.html) > DOLE Institute visitors given a peek at archives Lawrence Journal World - Lawrence,KS,USA ... a behind-the-scenes look at the archives Friday. Another tour is scheduled for 10:30 am April 23. So far, Bischoff, the institute's senior archivist, and her ... <_http://www.ljworld.com/section/citynews/story/200087_ (http://www.ljworld.com/section/citynews/story/200087) > CITY of Angels First Name Still Bedevils Historians Los Angeles Times (subscription) - CA,USA ... Francis J. Weber, the Los Angeles Archdiocese's historian and chief archivist. ... 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MANAGERS= =20 changing at state division
The News Journal - Wilmington,DE,USA
... of= the=20 state Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs has prompted
a personne= l=20 shuffle that will give Delaware a new division chief and a
new state=20 archivist ...
<http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2005/= 03/26managerschangin.html>

 

DOLE Ins= titute=20 visitors given a peek at archives
Lawrence Journal World -=20 Lawrence,KS,USA
... a behind-the-scenes look at the archives Friday. Anot= her=20 tour is scheduled
for 10:30 am April 23. So far, Bischoff, the institute'= s=20 senior archivist,
and her ...
<http://www.ljworld.com/section/citynews/story/200087<= /SPAN>>

 

CITY of=20= Angels=20 First Name Still Bedevils Historians
Los Angeles Times (subscription) -=20 CA,USA
... Francis J. Weber, the Los Angeles Archdiocese's historian and=20 chief
archivist. ... If you want other stories on this topic, search the=20 Archives
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HANDS-ON= =20 historian
Globe and Mail - Canada
... as a soldier, farmer, sailor,=20 journalist, insurance agent, PR man for
a circus and two and a half decad= es=20 as a roving archivist for the Archives
of Ontario, a ...
<http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/ArticleNews/TP= Story/LAC/20050326/BKSLEU26/TPEntertainment/Books><= /SPAN>

 

ANCIENT=20= Easter=20 pages return to Canterbury
Guardian - UK
... Heather Forbes, the=20 cathedral's archivist, said: "We already have pages
from this ... Cressid= a=20 Annesley, who works in the cathedral archives,
said: "It is a ...
<= http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,144593= 5,00.html>

 

COMPUTER= =20 Expert Testifies About Recovering Deleted Files
Springdale Morning News -= =20 Springdale,AR,USA
... Prosecutor Robin Green, Smith took several days off= =20 work from his job
in Fort Smith during the weeks preceding Howard's death= ,=20 and cell phone
records will show ...
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CLERK'S=20 release of letter raises open-records issues
Orlando Sentinel (subscripti= on)=20 - Orlando,FL,USA
... of the court" and "must be disclosed," under Florida= 's=20 public-records
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<http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A64566-= 2005Mar24.html>

 

AGENT se= en=20 shredding documents before fatal shooting
KOLD-TV - Tucson,AZ,USA
A=20 Customs Enforcement supervisor in Phoenix described to Marana police
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ADVANTAG= E,=20 SMU: Bush library would be right at home in Dallas
Dallas Morning News=20 (subscription) - TX,USA
... snag best film? That remains true with George= W.=20 Bush's site for his
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FEATURE:= =20 German's war diary goes public
New Kerala - Ernakulam,Kerala,India
...= The=20 handwritten diary will be on display, along with family photos
and other=20 mementos, at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
on the Texas= =20 A&M ...
<http://www.newkerala.com/news-daily/news/features.php= ?action=3Dfullnews&id=3D90504>

 

HISTORY=20= hits=20 home for researchers
Ottawa Sun - Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
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up estate record= s,=20 maps, plans, photographs and newspaper clippings. ...
<http://www.canoe.ca/NewsStand/OttawaSun/News/2005/03/= 26/972692-sun.html>

 

Arizona=20= Daily=20 Star, Sat, 26 Mar 2005 2:20 AM PST
Document thief gets one year in prison= http://www.dailystar.com/dailystar/allheadlines/67453= .php
A=20 federal judge sentenced a man convicted of stealing historical documents fro= m=20 the University of Arizona Library Special Collections and the Arizona Histor= ical=20 Society. Paul H. Northrop, 62, of El

 

 

 
Peter Kurilecz
Richmond,=20 Va
pakurilecz@aol.com

-------------------------------1111949363-- ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 20:23:36 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 327 Sunday culls Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. Houston Chronicle, Sat, 26 Mar 2005 10:42 PM PST Modern-day Hibernians eye windows to their past=20 http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/ssistory.mpl/nation/3102931 ALBANY, N.Y. - They were Irish immigrants who contributed a portion of=20 their meager wages from digging coal and building railroads to buy=20 hundreds of stained glass windows for Roman Catholic churches. REQUESTS for public records irk mayor San Jose Mercury News - USA ... mayor's contempt for forcing city workers to spend inordinate=20 amounts of time looking through files, phone records and e-mail boxes to share documents with the ... UNEARTHING the Past Honolulu Star-Bulletin - Honolulu,HI,USA ... Here is a partial list recommended by McFarland: =C2=BB Hawaii State=20 Library: Hawaii and Pacific section (emphasis on Hawaiian ethnic groups);=20 Language, Literature ... UNCHAINED memories Columbia Missourian - Columbia,MO,USA ... She uses documents like marriage licenses, wills, land deeds and=20 census materials to make connections between owners and slaves. ... DOLE Archives WIBW - Topeka,KS,USA Workers at the Dole Institute are slowly sifting through thousands of=20 boxes of Bob Dole's belongings. Most of the roughly 4,000 ... LANGA Letter: Little-Known Options For Synching Files In Windows Information Week - USA ... It's a real task keeping my documents, certain key files, favorites, E-mail, addresses, and calendar synchronized on all three machines. ... NAMESAKES of the games show up in net archives Scotsman - UK THE namesakes of some of Scotland's leading sports stars were alive and well in the 19th century, according to archives available online for the first time. ... HISTORY comes to life in stories of those who lived it Gary Post Tribune - Gary,IN,USA ... journals. The Web site also has a searchable database, with the=20 names of veterans whose interviews have been submitted to the archives. ... The Indianapolis Star, Sat, 26 Mar 2005 11:33 PM PST Sound solutions http://www.indystar.com/articles/9/232232-3489-062.html IU archivists are on a mission to bring analog rareties into the digital age. Sunday Herald, Sat, 26 Mar 2005 4:20 PM PST You are being watched http://www.sundayherald.com/48616 It was not only the sheer volume of the e-mails but what they contained. One manager called Fiona was referred to as =E2=80=9CFig the Pig=E2=80=9D and= there was a smattering of =E2=80=9Cinappropriate=E2=80=9D terms thinly disguised with symbols an= d letters. Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 20:54:56 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: RAIN 328 Fax, Full Courthouse, NZ Digital Heritage Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. AKAYEV'S classified archives confiscated in Bishkek Interfax - Russia March 28 (Interfax) - Ousted Kyrgyz President Askar Akayev's classified archives were confiscated from his Bishkek office early on Monday=20 morning, member of ... GREG Manning Auctions Acquires Fournier Archives; Company ... Business Wire (press release) - San Francisco,CA,USA ... Nasdaq: GMAI) announced today it has acquired the Fournier Archives, which contain ... The Company acquired the Fournier Archives from=20 Champion Stamp Company, Inc. ... DOLE Institute tackles massive archives for public access Kansas City Star - MO,USA ... US lawmaker to sift through. The institute gave about 20 visitors a look at Bob Dole's archives last week. About 500 of the 4,000 ... < http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/11245392.htm> GANDHI - just a click away Newindpress - Chennai,India The Sabarmati Ashram Preservation Trust has initiated a project to make digital copies of all manuscripts available in its archives and also=20 develop a system ...<=20 http://www.newindpress.com/NewsItems.asp?ID=3DIEH20050327230704&Page=3DH&= Title=3DTop+Stories&Topic=3D0> TURKEY to disclose Ottoman Empire archives Baku Today - Baku,Azerbaijan Turkey will uncover archive documents of the Ottoman Empire on March 28, head of the Turkish Senior Department on State Archives Yusuf Sarinay has said. ... HISTORIANS blast legislation on wrecks, artifacts AL.com - Birmingham,AL,USA ... and shifting oversight of the remaining permits from the state=20 archaeologist at the Alabama Historical Commission to the Department of Archives and History. ... SCHOOL at Eastman House hailed Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - Rochester,NY,USA (March 28, 2005) -- The film preservation school at George Eastman House will receive a prestigious honor tonight from the Anthology Film=20 Archives in Manhattan ... <=20 http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=3D/20050328= /NEWS01/503280335/1002/NEWS> BAYLOR jockeys for Bush library Globe and Mail - Canada ... gathering, but university president Robert Sloan saw it as a perfect marketing opportunity for Baylor's bid to house George W. Bush's=20 presidential library. ... PENNSYLVANIA State Ethics Commission Gives Public Access to ... Government Technology - Folsom,CA,USA ... John Contino, first turned to digital document management to=20 eliminate the need to bring in temporary help to number the pages of legal files for major court ... ACC exposes personal files Stuff.co.nz - New Zealand ... 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Asbury Park Press, Mon, 28 Mar 2005 2:17 AM PST At Your Job: Archivist: ARCHIVIST http://www.app.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=3D/20050328/BUSINESS/5032803= 04/1003/NEWS03 EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in history from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1968 and a master's degree in 1969 in American=20 history with a concentration in archival administration. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sun, 27 Mar 2005 9:09 PM PST Editorial: Timeless pictures / Grant will help preserve Teenie Harris' legacy http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05087/478550.stm There was a time when you could find Charles "Teenie" Harris' photographs and negatives sold on street corners around town like piles of National Geographic at a flea market. The New Zealand Herald, Mon, 28 Mar 2005 9:18 AM PST Library captures digital heritage http://www.nzherald.co.nz/index.cfm?c_id=3D5&ObjectID=3D10117488 Like a rapidly deteriorating Alzheimers patient, New Zealand is losing its recent memory. Penny Carnaby, the National Library's chief=20 librarian, says much of our history could be lost because of the digital age in=20 which we live. Piedmonter, Mon, 28 Mar 2005 3:11 AM PST Fight over firm's ownership descends into legal quagmire http://www.contracostatimes.com/mld/cctimes/news/local/states/california/= counties/alameda_county/11248480.htm On a Sunday afternoon in February of last year, two men drove to Dublin with a story to tell. David Oranen and Andre Zeehandelaar told police=20 they were the rightful owners of a small local company, AVMS, that was=20 embroiled in a business dispute and that they needed to get into the headquarters. COMPLIANCE via document management IT AsiaOne - Singapore,Singapore ... 'The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) has recently=20 allowed businesses to keep electronic records without approval from IRAS. ... PROPERTY information going on the Internet Centerville Daily Iowegian - Centerville,IA,USA ... 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COURTHOUSE =E2=80=98bulging at the seams' Cabot Star Herald - Cabot,AR,USA ... courthouse Friday after hearing during the quorum court meeting on Thursday about crowded conditions and that storage space for county=20 records was virtually ... New York Times The Fax Machine: Technology That Refuses to Die Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 12:10:35 +0100 Reply-To: "Kingsley, Nick" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Kingsley, Nick" Subject: NCA Policy & Development Officer MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Colleagues, As some of you will know, Katie Norgrove, the NCA's current Policy and Development Officer is leaving us on 31st March. I am very pleased to be able to announce that we have recently appointed Ruth Savage to succeed her. Ruth Savage began her career as a Research Assistant in the Philosophy Department of Lancaster University, where she gained considerable experience of using archive services. She then worked for nearly six years as a Corporate Policy Officer with Portsmouth City and Argyll and Bute Councils. She comes to the National Council on Archives from two years at City University as their Policy and Data Analyst. Ruth will join the NCA in mid April so I hope you will be able to bear with us during the short interim period. Any matters you would normally have contacted Katie about in early April can be addressed to me instead; you may like to note that my new e-mail address is nick.kingsley@nationalarchives.gov.uk. Once Ruth is in post she will send out a further message announcing her contact details. Nick Kingsley Chairman, National Council on Archives ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 13:38:43 +0100 Reply-To: Jan Pimblett Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Jan Pimblett Subject: Call for Papers MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 CALL FOR PAPERS People and their Pasts International Public History Conference Held at Ruskin College, Oxford, UK Friday =96 Saturday September 16th / 17th 2005 Speakers include: Paul Ashton: co-director =91Australians & the past=92 project, University of= Technology, Sydney Bronwyn Dalley: chief historian, New Zealand ministry for culture & heritage Lawrence Goldman: director of the New Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford Darryl MacIntyre: group director Museum of London, formerly of National Museum, Canberra Patrick Wright: writer and broadcaster Papers, presentations, displays, contributions and inter-active workshop sessions are invited on the broad theme of people and their pasts. Topics contributors are invited to consider include: =95 the relationship between personal, local and national histories =95 forms of radical /popular history =95 the relationship between the ways in which the past is both presented for people and people=92s own practices & sense of the past =95 the role of art, memorials and buildings in creating particular histories =95 recent developments in education, museums and television These themes are not intended to be restrictive- we positively welcome contributions crossing subject boundaries /forms of understanding of the past. Please provide an abstract of c.100 words and contact one of the following organisers with your proposal by April 8th at the latest. Please feel free to contact us for initial discussion on your proposal: Phil Coward WEA organiser (particularly for community history) pcoward@wea.org.uk Hilda Kean (particularly for family history or the visual) hkean@ruskin.ac.uk Paul Martin Museum Studies, Leicester University & Ruskin (particularly for museums / collecting) paul@mardel.free-online.co.uk Steve Mills American Studies , Keele University (particularly for landscape/ commemoration) s.f.mills@ams.keele.ac.uk Ron Noon Social Sciences School, Liverpool John Moores (particularly for popular / radical history)r.p.noon@livjm.ac.uk Martin Spafford, History teacher in an East London school (particularly for education) martinspaff@ntlworld.com Melanie Tebbutt History Department Manchester Metropolitan University (particularly for local history/landscape)m.tebbutt@mmu.ac.uk General enquiries to - Hilda Kean, Course Director MA in Public History, Ruskin College, Walton Street, Oxford, OX1 2HE hkean@ruskin.ac.uk ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 13:55:19 +0100 Reply-To: "Boardman, Carl - Learning & Culture - Cultural Services" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Boardman, Carl - Learning & Culture - Cultural Services" Subject: Websites MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Many thanks to all those who provided information on website design - I started off responding to everyone individually, but as the trickle turned into a flood I had to stop. Please accept my grateful thanks for all the information, and the directions to a wealth of sites - I will now start trawling through to make a few decisions. Carl Boardman County Archivist Oxfordshire Record Office Oxfordshire Record Office is a section of Cultural Services: Learning & Culture in Oxfordshire County Council. This e-mail is intended for the use of the addressee only and may contain information that is privileged and confidential. Misuse of the information may constitute criminal offences for which you would be liable. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete the message from your system. The views expressed may be personal to the sender and should not be taken necessarily as the views of Oxfordshire County Council, who cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of this message. Recipients should be aware that all e-mails received by this authority are subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and therefore may be disclosed to a third party. The information in this e-mail, together with any attachments, is confidential. If you have received this message in error you must not print off, copy, use or disclose the contents. The information may be covered by legal and/or professional privilege. Please delete from your system and inform the sender of the error. As an e-mail can be an informal method of communication, the views expressed may be personal to the sender and should not be taken as necessarily representing the views of the Oxfordshire County Council. As e-mails are transmitted over a public network the Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this message. It is your responsibility to carry out all necessary virus checks. www.oxfordshire.gov.uk ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 15:48:04 +0100 Reply-To: Caroline Reed Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Caroline Reed Subject: ALM London training event - disaster preparedness planning Comments: To: "London Museums E List (E-mail)" MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5346E.50615972" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5346E.50615972 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Disaster Preparedness Planning - the next steps Tuesday 19th April 2005 British Library Conference Centre, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB =20 Disaster preparedness planning is a key element of responsible = collection management and especially critical for archives, records = departments, libraries and museums in the London region. For museums, a = comprehensive emergency plan has been introduced as a requirement in the = new MLA Accreditation Standard. Many archives, libraries and museums, = or their parent bodies, have plans in place, or in development. But = plans should be regularly revisited, and their key importance in terms = of business continuity promoted and understood. In October 2004 ALM London ran the first of a series of training events = on disaster preparedness planning. On 19 April we follow with a day's = workshop to look in more depth at business continuity, risk management, = advocacy for planning, some of the practicalities of salvage and the = effective use of insurance. The day has been organised in conjunction = with the National Preservation Office and United Kingdom and Ireland = Blue Shield and will be led by Jane Henderson, one of the country's = leading trainers in disaster planning. In addition, the day offers delegates a unique opportunity to discuss = their own organisation's plans on a one to one basis with one of our = three expert trainers. Delegates wishing to book a surgery session will = be asked to submit a copy of their emergency plan (completed or in = draft) in advance. There will also be ample opportunity for delegates to talk directly to = Emma Henderson from Harwell Drying and Restoration Services and Adam = Prideaux of Blackwell Green, specialists in insurance for museums and = galleries and authors of the Resource / MLA publication 'Insurance for = Museums: guidelines for good practice' For full information and a booking form please follow the links through = the training pages of ALM London's website www.almlondon.org.uk = .........................................................................= ................. Caroline Reed Development Manager > ALM London > Cloister Court > 22-26 Farringdon Lane > London EC1R 3AJ >=20 > Direct line: 020 7549 1714 > Main line: 020 7549 1700 > Fax: 020 7490 5225 Caroline.Reed@almlondon.org.uk www.almlondon.org.uk > ALM London (Archives, Libraries and Museums London) is the new = strategic development agency for archives, libraries and museums in = London. For further information please visit the website at = www.almlondon.org.uk >=20 > Legal Disclaimer: The information contained in this e-mail message is = intended only for the addresse. If you are not the intended recipient, = please note that any dissemination, distribution and copying of this = communication is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended = recipient please notify the sender immediately and then delete the = message and any associated files from your system. >=20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5346E.50615972 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable ALM London training event - disaster preparedness = planning

Disaster = Preparedness Planning - the next steps

Tuesday 19th = April 2005
British Library = Conference Centre, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
 
Disaster preparedness = planning is a key element of responsible collection management and = especially critical for archives, records departments, libraries and = museums in the London region. For museums, a comprehensive emergency = plan has been introduced as a requirement in the new MLA Accreditation = Standard.  Many archives, libraries and museums, or their parent = bodies, have plans in place, or in development. But plans should be = regularly revisited, and their key importance in terms of business = continuity promoted and understood.

In October 2004 ALM London = ran the first of a series of training events on disaster preparedness = planning. On 19 April we follow with a day’s workshop to look in = more depth at business continuity, risk management, advocacy for = planning, some of the practicalities of salvage and the effective use of = insurance. The day has been organised in conjunction with the National = Preservation Office and United Kingdom and Ireland Blue Shield and will = be led by Jane Henderson, one of the country’s leading trainers in = disaster planning.

In addition, the day offers = delegates a unique opportunity to discuss their own organisation’s = plans on a one to one basis with one of our three expert trainers.  = Delegates wishing to book a surgery session will be asked to submit a = copy of their emergency plan (completed or in draft) in = advance.

There will also be ample = opportunity for delegates to talk directly to Emma Henderson from = Harwell Drying and Restoration Services and Adam Prideaux of Blackwell = Green, specialists in insurance for museums and galleries and authors of = the Resource / MLA publication ‘Insurance for Museums: guidelines = for good practice’

For full information and a = booking form please follow the links through the training pages of ALM = London’s website www.almlondon.org.uk <http://www.almlondon.org.uk><= /FONT>


..........................................................= ................................

Caroline Reed
Development Manager
ALM = London
Cloister = Court
22-26 = Farringdon Lane
London = EC1R 3AJ

Direct = line: 020 7549 1714
Main = line: 020 7549 1700
Fax: 020 = 7490 5225
Caroline.Reed@almlondon.org.uk
www.almlondon.org.uk

ALM = London (Archives, Libraries and Museums London) is the new strategic = development agency for archives, libraries and museums in London. For = further information please visit the website at = www.almlondon.org.uk

Legal Disclaimer: The = information contained in this e-mail message is intended only for the = addresse. If you are not the intended recipient, please note that any = dissemination, distribution and copying of this communication is = strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient please notify = the sender immediately and then delete the message and any associated = files from your system.

------_=_NextPart_001_01C5346E.50615972-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 15:44:54 +0100 Reply-To: Sexton Anna Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Sexton Anna Subject: Peterborough Archives Service: Job Opportunity MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5346D.DF016F60" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5346D.DF016F60 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The following job opportunity at Peterborough Archives Service will be=20 advertised in ARC.=20 Archives Officer=20 (Up to 1 year to cover maternity leave starting May/June 2005)=20 Salary: =A322,512-=A323,265=20 Ref: PCC C3787=20 Location: Peterborough (based in Peterborough Central Library)=20 Hours: 37 hours per week=20 Closing date: 15 April 2005=20 Peterborough Libraries and Heritage seeks a self-motivated professional to = contribute to the development of its newly established Archives Service. Based at the Central Library, you will have the opportunity to participate = in a varied range of activities covering all aspects of archive management.= You will oversee customer use of the archives, run an enquiries and resea= rch service, manage the accessioning and cataloguing of new collections, an= d contribute to the development of the service's newly created web site (ww= w.peterboroughheritage.org.uk/library/hdarchive.htm). You will also have l= ine management responsibility for the Archives Assistant. A BS 5454 compliant archives store is currently under development and a key= aspect of your role will be managing the transfer of archive collections t= o the new store and encouraging the donation and deposit of new material to= the service. Planning and delivering promotional events will also be one of your priorit= ies and you will have the opportunity to work alongside library and museum = staff to develop archive based learning activities for a wide range of audi= ences. You will have:=20 * A commitment to providing high quality public focussed services=20 * Knowledge of archives service provision and current practice=20 * Excellent planning and organisational skills=20 * Excellent communication skills=20 Applications from students currently studying for a postgraduate qualificat= ion in archives management are welcome.=20 Further information, along with a job pack and application forms can be dow= nloaded from: . To request a pack to= be posted, please telephone: (01733) 742644, 742656 (24 hour Answerphone) = quoting job reference above. Please return completed applications to: Recruitment Team, Human Resources,= Peterborough City Council, Bayard Place, Broadway, Peterborough, PE1 1FF. Peterborough City Council is strongly committed to taking a lead role in th= e elimination of discrimination and the promotion of equality in employment= and welcomes job applications from all parts of the community. The city c= ouncil's equal opportunities policy is based on the principle that people a= re not discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, ethnic origin,= nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability or marital status. *** Private And Confidential Notice *** The information contained in this E-MAIL is intended for the named recipien= ts only. It may contain privileged and confidential information and if you = are not the intended recipient, you must not copy, distribute or take any a= ction or reliance on it. If you have received this E-MAIL in error, please notify the sender immedia= tely by using the E-MAIL address or on +44 (0) 1733 452411 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5346D.DF016F60 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Peterborough Archives Service: Job Opportunity

The following job opportunity at Peterboro= ugh Archives Service will be
advertised in ARC.

Archives Officer
(Up to 1 year to cover maternity leave= starting May/June 2005)

Salary: =A322,512-=A323,265
Ref: PCC C3787
Location: Peterborough (based in Peter= borough Central Library)
Hours: 37 hours per week

Closing date: 15 April 2005

Peterborough Libraries and Heritage seeks = a self-motivated professional to contribute to the development of its newly= established Archives Service.

Based at the Central Library, you will hav= e the opportunity to participate in a varied range of activities covering a= ll aspects of archive management.  You will oversee customer use of th= e archives, run an enquiries and research service, manage the accessioning = and cataloguing of new collections, and contribute to the development of th= e service's newly created web site (www.peterboroughheritage.org.uk/library= /hdarchive.htm).  You will also have line management responsibility fo= r the Archives Assistant.

A BS 5454 compliant archives store is curr= ently under development and a key aspect of your role will be managing the = transfer of archive collections to the new store and encouraging the donati= on and deposit of new material to the service.

Planning and delivering promotional events= will also be one of your priorities and you will have the opportunity to w= ork alongside library and museum staff to develop archive based learning ac= tivities for a wide range of audiences.

You will have:=

* A commitment to providing high quality p= ublic focussed services
* Knowledge of archives service provis= ion and current practice
* Excellent planning and organisationa= l skills
* Excellent communication skills

Applications from students currently study= ing for a postgraduate qualification in archives management are welcome.

Further information, along with a job pack= and application forms can be downloaded from: <http://www.peterborough.gov.uk/jobs/>.  To request a pack to be posted, please tel= ephone: (01733) 742644, 742656 (24 hour Answerphone) quoting job reference = above.

Please return completed applications to: R= ecruitment Team, Human Resources, Peterborough City Council, Bayard Place, = Broadway, Peterborough, PE1 1FF.

Peterborough City Council is strongly comm= itted to taking a lead role in the elimination of discrimination and the pr= omotion of equality in employment and welcomes job applications from all pa= rts of the community.  The city council's equal opportunities policy i= s based on the principle that people are not discriminated against on the b= asis of race, religion, ethnic origin, nationality, age, gender, sexual ori= entation, disability or marital status.



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------_=_NextPart_001_01C5346D.DF016F60-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 16:16:32 +0100 Reply-To: "Boardman, Carl - Learning & Culture - Cultural Services" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Boardman, Carl - Learning & Culture - Cultural Services" Subject: Archivist post: Oxfordshire MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The following temporary post will not be advertised in ARC. Oxfordshire Record Office Temporary post of Archivist: 6 months (Post to cover secondment of current postholder) =A322,512 p/a, pro rata Following the secondment of one of the team of five permanent = archivists to the County Information Management Unit, Oxfordshire Record Office is = looking for a fully qualified archive professional to take over her duties for = a six month period, with immediate effect. The post is based at Oxfordshire Record Office, St Luke's Church, = Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford. Working hours are 37 per week, with core hours Tuesday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. The post is subject to usual = local authority conditions of service. The post involves a full range of professional duties, including cataloguing, searchroom supervision, and enquiries. The Record Office = is involved in various outreach activities, such as Cultural Loans to = schools, video conferencing and Roadshows, in which the successful candidate = will have the opportunity to participate. For further details ring 01865 810183 or email culturerecruitment@oxfordshire.gov.uk The closing date for applications will be 15 April 2005, and interviews = are expected to be held on 26 April 2005. Carl Boardman County Archivist Oxfordshire Record Office Oxfordshire Record Office is a section of Cultural Services: Learning & Culture in Oxfordshire County Council. This e-mail is intended for the = use of the addressee only and may contain information that is privileged = and confidential. Misuse of the information may constitute criminal = offences for which you would be liable. If you have received this communication = in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete the message from = your system. The views expressed may be personal to the sender and should = not be taken necessarily as the views of Oxfordshire County Council, who = cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of this = message. Recipients should be aware that all e-mails received by this authority = are subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and therefore may be disclosed to a third party.=20 The information in this e-mail, together with any attachments, is confidential. If you have received this message in error you must not = print off, copy, use or disclose the contents. The information may be covered = by legal and/or professional privilege. Please delete from your system and inform the sender of the error. As an e-mail can be an informal method = of communication, the views expressed may be personal to the sender and = should not be taken as necessarily representing the views of the Oxfordshire = County Council. As e-mails are transmitted over a public network the = Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this message. It is your responsibility to carry out = all necessary virus checks. www.oxfordshire.gov.uk ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 17:18:12 +0100 Reply-To: "Wilson, John" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Wilson, John" Subject: North East Lincolnshire Archives, Grimsby - closure MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Dear Colleagues, The North East Lincolnshire Archives in Grimsby Town Hall will be shut to the public from Monday, 4th April, to Friday 8th April. I should be grateful if you would pass this news to your staff and searchers. I regret the short notice of this closure, which is while I am on annual leave. It is perhaps some consolation to the public that in the past twelve months I did not take a single day's sick leave. My manager wrote to congratulate me on this. He added that he had congratulated 138 others on the same achievement. Is this too much attention to detail? I digress. John Wilson Archivist, North East Lincolnshire Archives, Town Hall, Town Hall Square, Grimsby, DN31 1HX Tel. (01472) (32)3585 Fax. (01472) (32)3582 Email: john.wilson@nelincs.gov.uk Disclaimer The information in this message including any attachments may be confidential or privileged and is for the use of the named recipient only. If you are not the named or intended recipient you may not copy, distribute, or deliver this message to anyone or take any action in reliance on it. If you receive this message in error please contact the sender immediately and delete it from your system. ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 21:15:54 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 329 archivist retires, Virtual Case File, destroying data Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. PRESERVATION Perils: Updating Your Corporation's Document ... Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Journal - Fairfield,NJ,USA ... The policy should also create an index of active and inactive=20 records and implement "log books" which record all destroyed documents. ... Wall St Journal Identity Theft Made Easier Hackers Use Simple Tricks With Google, Yahoo Searches To Tap Personal Information San Francisco Chronicle Cal issues alert about stolen laptop computer It contains 98,000 Social Security numbers -- notifications to warn of=20 identity-theft risk Mercury News Laptop theft exposes data SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS OF GRAD SCHOOL APPLICANTS, STUDENTS STORED ON=20 MACHINE Los Angeles Times UC Berkeley Looks Into Laptop Theft The computer's files held Social Security numbers, addresses and other personal data. Authorities say there's no evidence of misuse. MORROW expects visitor boon from archives Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription) - GA,USA ... Guy Hall pulls a box of World War I draft cards out of the stacks of documents inside the archives. Now, with the completion of ... LOCAL woman holds key to PBS mystery Slidell Sentry News - Slidell,LA,USA ... Show researchers turned to New York City archives, the back logs of ballet shoe company Capezio's and the Internet for sources. ... PROSECUTING attorney says records 'intact' following fire Siftings Herald - Arkadelphia,AR,USA By Steve Fellers. Clark County Prosecutor Henry Morgan said that all=20 files and records "are intact" following a fire at his office early Sunday=20 morning. ... PANEL agrees on Internet access to court documents in Florida Palm Beach Post - Palm Beach,FL,USA ... committee also decided not to limit access to anyone, including=20 companies that make millions of dollars raking through court files and other=20 public records. ... OKLAHOMA Company Files Suit Over Database Fee Springdale Morning News - Springdale,AR,USA ... The law states that public records shall be open to inspection and copying, and that an entity shall not impede public access to records in electronic form ... KEYCHAIN drives replace floppies, CDs for storing, sharing files Agana Pacific Daily News - Agana,GU,USA ... can. And they're easy to lose since they're so small. That means=20 crucial documents can go missing -- or fall into the wrong hands. MICROSOFT Said to Have New Security Plans InternetNews.com - USA ... And in February, Bank of America reported it lost one of the data=20 tapes used to store personal information, affecting 1.2 million federal=20 employees. ... ISPE lends a hand with electronic signatures in-PharmaTechnologist - Montpellier,France The ISPE's GAMP (Good Automated Manufacturing Practice ) Good Practice Guide: A Risk-Based Approach to Compliant Electronic Records and=20 Signatures provides ... PERMANENT Record CIO Magazine - Australia ... "A project for sentencing electronic records will be undertaken this year, and in the scope of this project will be the management of=20 permanent retention ... 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Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 11:05:03 +0100 Reply-To: "Walker, Alison" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Walker, Alison" Subject: National Preservation Office survey workshop Comments: To: lis-link@jiscmail.ac.uk Comments: cc: "Webster, John" , "Foster, Julia" MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The National Preservation Office is holding a workshop on 20 June 2005 = for potential library and archive users of its Preservation Assessment = Survey. The workshop will be held at the British Library, 96 Euston Road, London = NW1 2DB from 10am to 3pm. The cost will be =A355 plus VAT, which = includes refreshments. Lunch is not provided but participants can use = the British Library's restaurant or cafe. Numbers are limited to ten. The workshop will cover sampling techniques, assessment methods and use = of the supporting database.=20 Details of the survey are below. Please contact alison.walker@bl.uk if = you wish to attend or for further details. NPO PRESERVATION ASSESSMENT SURVEY What is it? How does it work? What can it do for me? Why should I use = it? How do I get started? What is it? The NPO Preservation Assessment Survey is a means of obtaining a picture = at a moment in time of the state of preservation of a library collection = or archive holdings. It is quick to do, and provides information which = can be used to develop preservation activity in the institution. It can = be repeated in order to generate comparative data at different times or = from different parts of a collection.The compilation of survey results = from many institutions will allow the NPO to build up a national picture = which will be used to develop preservation activity at the national = level. How does it work? By selecting and surveying a 400 item sample, the PAS provides a = statistically reliable report. It factors in not only condition but also = use, value and environmental conditions. To use the method, an institution first has to select the sample, either = from the whole of its holdings or from a selected part. The sample is = selected on a random basis, either by random selection from a database = or by systematic sampling from a random starting point.A stratified = sample can be used for more complex collections.=20 Each item in the sample is assessed. The survey form is simple, and = fills two sides of A4. Part 1 asks questions relating to the = preservation of the item, including assessment of value and use, and = Part 2 examines the condition of the item, and the types of damage it = may show. The information from the forms is keyboarded into an Access database, or = may be entered directly into a laptop. The database structure developed = by the NPO will organise the data to provide a number of preset reports, = or can be interrogated by the institution's staff. What can it do for me? Knowing the state of preservation of your collection or archive is not = just good management, it is essential when applying for funding, whether = internally or for external grants. The way you care for collections has = to be monitored, and progress reported. The effect of proposed = improvements in preservation provision must be evaluated, and the need = for specific forms of treatment justified. The PAS reports can provide = this information. Why should I use it? The PAS can provide management information in a verified, standard = format, which allows comparison across parts of an institution, between = different storage areas, between institutions, within regions, and = across sectors. External funding bodies and internal management boards = find such information invaluable for assessing applications and can be = expected to require a survey to be undertaken to support an application. = The method takes full account of differences between libraries and = archives, and can be used in institutions which have both printed and = archive material. How do I get started? The National Preservation Office will provide a guide to the survey = method, with full instructions on creating the sample and completing the = form, a standard form, and a database tailored to your default values. = Staff are available to advise by telephone if there are questions that = the printed guidance does not answer. Each collection is different, and = we now have experience of many surveys and should be able to advise you = how to proceed. Introductory workshops are held about four times a year = in different locations, for which the charge is normally =A350 plus VAT. = Provision of the guidance, database and standard reports is charged at = =A3300 plus VAT . Alternatively, NPO staff can visit to help you get = started. Visits from NPO staff are charged at =A3300 per day plus VAT. = We can also quote for multisite licences and tailored reports to meet = your needs. Please contact us to discuss your package. Contact: Alison Walker 020 7412 7798 or 020 7412 7612 =20 Alison Walker National Preservation Office British Library 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB Tel: 020 7412 7798 Fax: 020 7412 7796 *************************************************************************= * =20 Experience the British Library online at www.bl.uk =20 Help the British Library conserve the world's knowledge. Adopt a Book. = www.bl.uk/adoptabook =20 *************************************************************************= =20 The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and may be = legally privileged. It is intended for the addressee(s) only. If you are = not the intended recipient, please delete this e-mail and notify the = postmaster@bl.uk : The contents of this e-mail must not be disclosed or = copied without the sender's consent.=20 =20 The statements and opinions expressed in this message are those of the = author and do not necessarily reflect those of the British Library. The = British Library does not take any responsibility for the views of the = author.=20 =20 *************************************************************************= ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 13:04:43 +0100 Reply-To: Carol Dixon Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Carol Dixon Subject: Visual Awareness Training for Archivists and Librarians in London - 26 April 2005 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53520.A86E0D9C" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53520.A86E0D9C Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable PLACES STILL AVAILABLE Apologies for cross posting.=20 Improving Access for Blind and Partially Sighted People:=20 Visual Awareness Training for Frontline Workers (in Archives and = Libraries)=20 This one-day training course has been developed by RNIB in partnership = with ALM London to help practitioners working with the public in = London's archives and libraries to improve their visual awareness and = develop new skills for facilitating access to services, collections and = resources for blind and partially sighted people - including the use of = access technology. Date: 26 April 2005 (for archive and library practitioners) Venue: RNIB, 105 Judd Street, London WC1H 9NE Cost: =A345 + VAT - including refreshments and a sandwich lunch. Note: This event will also be run for museum and gallery practitioners = on 15 April 2005 You can download full event details and a booking form from the ALM = London website at: = http://www.almlondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?NavigationID=3D103 For more information on the event, please contact Catherine Hillis c/o: Catherine Hillis Talking Images Arts and Heritage Officer Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) 105 Judd Street, London, WC1H 9NE 020 7391 2328 Catherine.Hillis@rnib.org.uk .........................................................................= ............ Carol Dixon Development Manager (Learning & Access) > ALM London > Cloister Court > 22-26 Farringdon Lane > London EC1R 3AJ >=20 > Direct line: 020 7549 1704 > Main line: 020 7549 1700 > Fax: 020 7490 5225 > Email: Carol.Dixon@almlondon.org.uk Website: www.almlondon.org.uk > ALM London (Archives, Libraries and Museums London) is the new = strategic development agency for archives, libraries and museums in = London. For further information please visit the website at = www.almlondon.org.uk >=20 > Legal Disclaimer: The information contained in this e-mail message is = intended only for the addressee. If you are not the intended recipient, = please note that any dissemination, distribution and copying of this = communication is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended = recipient please notify the sender immediately and then delete the = message and any associated files from your system. >=20 > Security Warning: Although this e-mail and its attachments have been = screened and are believed to be free from any virus, in all cases it is = the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the e-mail and any = associated attachments are virus free. ALM London will not accept = liability for any damage caused by a virus. >=20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53520.A86E0D9C Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Visual Awareness Training for Archivists and Librarians in London = - 26 April 2005

PLACES STILL AVAILABLE

Apologies for cross posting.

Improving Access for Blind and = Partially Sighted People:
Visual Awareness Training for = Frontline Workers (in Archives and Libraries)

This one-day training course has been = developed by RNIB in partnership with ALM London to help practitioners = working with the public in London's archives and libraries to improve = their visual awareness and develop new skills for facilitating access to = services, collections and resources for blind and partially sighted = people - including the use of access technology.

Date: 26 April 2005 (for archive and = library practitioners)

Venue: RNIB, 105 Judd Street, London = WC1H 9NE

Cost: =A345 + VAT - including = refreshments and a sandwich lunch.

Note: This event will also be run for = museum and gallery practitioners on 15 April 2005

You can download full event details and = a booking form from the ALM London website at: ht= tp://www.almlondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?NavigationID=3D103

For more information on the event, = please contact Catherine Hillis c/o:

Catherine Hillis
Talking Images Arts and Heritage = Officer
Royal National Institute of the Blind = (RNIB)
105 Judd Street, London, WC1H = 9NE
020 7391 2328
Catherine.Hillis@rnib.org.uk

..........................................................= ...........................

Carol = Dixon
Development Manager = (Learning & Access)
ALM London
Cloister Court
22-26 Farringdon Lane
London EC1R 3AJ

Direct line: 020 7549 1704
Main line: 020 7549 1700
Fax: 020 7490 5225
Email: Carol.Dixon@almlondon.org.uk
Website: www.almlondon.org.uk

ALM London (Archives, Libraries and Museums London) is = the new strategic development agency for archives, libraries and museums = in London. For further information please visit the website at = www.almlondon.org.uk

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C53529.171153F0-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 14:39:26 +0100 Reply-To: "Norgrove, Katie" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Norgrove, Katie" Subject: NCA Conference 12th April - POSTPONED MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Dear all, I am writing to let you know that, due to illness on the part of two speakers, we have decided to postpone the NCA conference until later in the year. My successor, Ruth Savage, will keep list members informed of the revised date of the conference and any changes in the programme in the future. With apologies for any inconvenience. Thanks Katie Katie Norgrove Policy and Development Officer The National Council on Archives c/o The National Archives Ruskin Avenue Kew, Richmond Surrey TW9 4DU Tel: 020 8392 5376 Fax: 020 8392 5295 Mobile: 07760 463052 www.archiveawareness.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 14:58:54 +0100 Reply-To: Felicity Jones Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Felicity Jones Subject: Seminar for Newly Qualified Archive Professionals MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Seminars for Recently Qualified Archive Professionals, Part II Suitable for Archivists and Records Managers, who have recently qualified and/or on the SoA Registration Scheme. This two-day event has been designed for newly-qualified archive professionals. It provides an opportunity to develop your knowledge in specific area and discuss some of the topical issues with your contemporaries. It is recognised as one of the main events for those undertaking the SoA Registration Scheme, alongside the Part I programme. A Registration Scheme reception is also programmed for 18.00 to 20.30 on 17 May 2005. Programme features: Day 1 10.00 =96 17.00 Chair: Margaret Proctor, University of Liverpool a.m. Interoperability Two one-hour sessions presented by Jane Stevenson and Amanda Hill from the EAD Group to include: 1. Introduction ● What do we mean by interoperability? ● Why is it important? 2. XML ● XML: what are its advantages and why use it? ● Use of Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and Schemas to structure and validate XML documents: an overview of what schemas are and why they are important in creating XML documents. 3. Metadata ● What do we mean by metadata? ● EAD as the core metadata standard for archivists 4. Moving metadata around ● Use of protocols to utilise metadata and get it to users ● An overview of some of the more widely used protocols and why they are important for data exchange - OAI, Z39.50, SOAP p.m. Media skills =96 an overview of aspects of media working in radio including = a practical workshop on radio interviews. Stuart Robinson Freelance media trainer Day 2 9.00 =96 3.30 Chair: Marie Takayanagi, SoA Professional Registrar a.m. Constant organisational change is more or less a way of life for many business archivists. Speakers from two business archives which have recently undergone times of transition will describe their experiences, and consider strategies for harnessing change to secure the future of their archives. - Vicky Parkinson & Adrian Steel, Postal Heritage Trust, 'Reconciling Business and Pleasure: The Royal Mail Archive' - Claire Tunstall & Lesley Owen-Edwards, 'Reviews, Results and Removals': Unilever Archives p.m. Thinking outside the Box: An Archivist in the 21st century Janice Tullock MLA North West This session will describe the new world in which the archivist finds his/herself and how the archivist can capitalise on this. Cost: =A3150 SoA members/=A3185 non-members You will receive a Certificate of Attendance on completing this course. To book for this course, please complete the booking form at the Training section of the SoA website, www.archives.org.uk and post/fax it to Society of Archivists, Prioryfield House, 20 Canon Street, Taunton TA1 1SW. Email enquiries to trainingAdmin@archives.org.uk. Tel: 01823 327030. Fax: 01823 271719. ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 15:09:14 +0100 Reply-To: Anne Taylor Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Anne Taylor Subject: Maps Training Course (Edinburgh) Comments: To: SCOTSLINK@JISCMAIL.AC.UK, GEM@JISCMAIL.AC.UK, carto-soc@sheffield.ac.uk, lis-maps@JISCMAIL.AC.UK, libergdc-dg@nls.uk, maphist@geog.uu.nl, maps-l@listserv.uga.edu, ordnancemaps@yahoogroups.co.uk Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The Map Curators' Group are pleased to announce a TRAINING COURSE for all=20 those with maps in their care. Apologies for cross posting. =93Wired for Maps: A basic course on electronic cartographic materials for= =20 map curators, librarians and archivists=94 1-2 June 2005, Edinburgh The Map Curators=92 Group of the British Cartographic Society is holding a= =20 training course on electronic cartographic materials for all librarians,=20 archivists, curators =96 in fact anyone who has maps in their care. The course will be held in the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh=20 and will start after lunch on Wednesday 1 June with a session entitled=20 Digitisation of material from your own collections. This aims to give some= =20 practical advice on how to plan and implement digitisation projects. The=20 course will continue the following morning with a session on Organisation=20 and acquisition of digital data. This will include a look at how to make=20 the most of GIS technologies in the library, a discussion of metadata and a= =20 look at some of the map images that are already available on the web. You do not need to be a member of the British Cartographic Society to=20 attend. The closing date for booking is 15 May 2005. The charge for the whole course is =A355 (registration for part of the=20 programme is also possible). The full programme and registration form are= =20 (or soon will be) available at http:= //www.cartography.org.uk/Pages/Membership/Curators/Training.html Or contact Anne Taylor (details below) for paper copies or if you need more= =20 information. Some advice on accommodation will be sent with the=20 confirmation of your booking. Edinburgh is a lovely city to visit and is accessible from most parts of=20 the country by train, plane and road. We hope that running the course over= =20 two days will assist those who need to travel some distance and will give=20 attendees an opportunity to network informally on the Wednesday=20 evening. Come along and share your experiences and talk through issues=20 with some friendly faces. Anne Taylor Head of Map Department, Cambridge University Library, West Road, Cambridge= =20 CB3 9DR Tel: 01223-333041. Fax: 01223-333160. email: aemt2@cam.ac.uk http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/maps/Home.htm=20 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 16:15:06 +0100 Reply-To: "Girling, Henry" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Girling, Henry" Subject: Penelope Keith at the British Library MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5353B.41298D03" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5353B.41298D03 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The British Library Conference Centre Tuesday 5 April 18.30 - 20.00 =20 PENELOPE KEITH 'Everything in the Garden' - a miscellany =20 To round off our 'Writer in the Garden' season join Penelope Keith as = she reads her personal selection of writings celebrating gardens and = gardening - poetry, prose and anecdote. =20 Ms Keith will also read the winning entries in our recent Writing = Competition organised in association with the Royal Horticultural = Society. =20 Penelope Keith is well known for her roles in TV sitcoms and most = recently for her acclaimed performance as Madam Arcati in Noel Coward's = Blithe Spirit. Ms Keith now admits she's no longer sure whether she is = an actor who gardens or a gardener who acts. =20 Price =A36.00 (concessions =A34.00) =20 Contact the Box Office on 020 7412 7222 for tickets =20 ____________________________ Henry Girling Regional and Library Programmes The British Library 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB T: 020 7412 7333 F: 020 7412 7155 E: henry.girling@bl.uk W: www.bl.uk/about/cooperation/cooperation.html ____________________________ *************************************************************************= * =20 Experience the British Library online at www.bl.uk =20 Help the British Library conserve the world's knowledge. Adopt a Book. = www.bl.uk/adoptabook =20 *************************************************************************= =20 The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and may be = legally privileged. It is intended for the addressee(s) only. 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------_=_NextPart_001_01C5353B.41298D03-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 18:33:04 +0100 Reply-To: GRAHAM Susan Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: GRAHAM Susan Subject: E-mail management tool Comments: To: records-management-uk@jiscmail.ac.uk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable With apologies for cross-posting; not everyone is on all these lists... Does anyone have any experience of purchasing and using an inexpensive product specifically designed to provide a repository and records management functionality for e-mails? Our IT department are planning to take forward a project to purchase an inexpensive product to manage e-mails as a step on the way to full EDRM (this being a long way off), and would be interesting in knowing whether any other organisations have gone down this route. =20 Susan Graham University Records Manager University of Edinburgh Old College South Bridge Edinburgh EH8 9YL Tel: 0131 6514 100=20 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 20:35:21 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 330 UN Shredding, Regional Archives, I-9 Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. 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While there is a national push toward the use of electronic medical records, most records are still kept on paper, filed in cabinets and=20 retrievable by other ... PATIENTS Must Have More Control Over Their Medical Records ... Liberal Democrats - London,UK "Confidentiality is a key concern for both frontline staff and patients. Patients must have much more control over their health, including ... Q&A: NHS privacy fears BBC News - E,UK Concerns have been raised over the privacy of patients' medical records, which are to be stored on a new NHS computer database. ... FCW E-records research in jeopardy Archivists campaign to keep money flowing to NARA's grant program. Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 10:42:26 +0100 Reply-To: jds@ABER.AC.UK Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Jackie Spence Subject: Call for Papers - PhD Conf. in Archive and Records Management MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain;charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable **Apologies for cross-posting** This is an announcement and call for papers for the 1st PhD conference in Archives and Records Management, to be held in Liverpool, on 28-29 June 2005. Authors are invited to submit 500 word (max) abstracts by 5 May 2005. In a joint effort, the universities of Liverpool and Abersytwyth are pleased to manage this AHRB-funded event, representing the first-ever opportunity for UK doctoral students to present and discuss their researc= h within a focused environment and with other archives and records management academics. The aim is to provide a forum for doctoral students and others involved i= n academic archives and records management (ARM) research to =B7 share and discuss their research activities =B7 encourage students to establish and maintain a research networ= k =B7 foster a research environment to support career development in the academic domain of a practical discipline On a wider basis the conference will =B7 demonstrate the value of research in the ARM field =B7 gather evidence to develop a strategic framework for future AR= M research =B7 explore the merits of an interdisciplinary approach to ARM res= earch For further information and registration please go to http://www.liv.ac.uk/lucas/PhD_%20conference.doc (direct) or visit the FARMER site at http://www.liv.ac.uk/lucas/FARMER/index.htm (and look for announcement) or contact Jackie Spence Programme Leader Records Management Archive Administration Dept of Information Studies University of Wales,Aberystwyth Llanbadarn Fawr Aberystwyth SY23 3AS tel: +44 (0)1970 622069 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 15:42:04 +0100 Reply-To: "Fulton, Lucy" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Fulton, Lucy" Subject: National Advisory Services at The National Archives MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Dear All, A note to announce that Nick Kingsley took up post as Head of the National Advisory Services at The National Archives in Kew on 21st March. The National Advisory Services department was formed in April 2004 by bringing together all the functions of the Historical Manuscripts Commission (in relation to archives and manuscripts outside the public records) with those of the Records Management Advisory Service, launched the previous May. It is responsible for advising all record keepers throughout the public and private sectors on the long-term care of and access to records, managing the process by which Public Records are deposited in other repositories and advocating the importance of archives to policy makers, funding bodies and the general public. Nick Kingsley, formerly County Archivist of Gloucestershire and Chairman of the National Council on Archives, brings a wealth of experience of the UK archives sector to his new role. He is particularly looking forward to the challenge of promoting electronic records management and preservation, and to building on existing relationships with archive services, private owners and cultural agencies in the regions and home countries. For more information on the National Advisory Services or to speak to Nick Kingsley please contact Katie Woolf, Communications and Advocacy Manager at the National Advisory Services, 020 8392 5330 ex 2380/ katie.woolf@nationalarchives.gov.uk Best wishes, Lucy Lucy Fulton Archive Awareness Campaign Officer The National Archives Tel: 020 8392 5237 Fax: 020 8392 5295 lucy.fulton@nationalarchives.gov.uk www.nationalarchives.gov.uk www.archiveawareness.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 16:45:05 +0100 Reply-To: Brough Paul Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Brough Paul Subject: DCMS Five Year Plan MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53608.9C2CFF00" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53608.9C2CFF00 Content-Type: text/plain Am I the only person who wonders how bad it can get when there is only one (as far as I can see) reference to 'archives' when it does not comprise part of the title 'Museums, Libraries and Archives Council'? Does anyone know MLA is doing? Perhaps it should say 'Museums, Libraries and A******* Council'? We wouldn't be any more invisible... Paul Visit the controversial world of 18th century Cornish mining. See the letters of Matthew Boulton, James Watt, Thomas Wilson, their partners and enemies at www.cornish-mining.org.uk/mintech/boulton_watt/boulton_watt.htm Supported by The Heritage Lottery Fund *************************************************************** Please note that the Council may need to disclose this e-mail under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 or the Enviromental Information Regulations 2004. 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Am I the only person who wonders how bad it can get when there is only one (as far as I can see) reference to 'archives' when it does not comprise part of the title 'Museums, Libraries and Archives Council'?  

 

Does anyone know MLA is doing? Perhaps it should say 'Museums, Libraries and A******* Council'? We wouldn't be any more invisible...

 

Paul

 

Visit the controversial world of 18th century Cornish mining. See the letters of Matthew Boulton, James Watt, Thomas Wilson, their partners and enemies at www.cornish-mining.org.uk/mintech/boulton_watt/boulton_watt.htm

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C53608.9C2CFF00-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 17:05:28 +0100 Reply-To: Felicity Jones Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Felicity Jones Subject: Seminar for Recently Qualified Archive Professionals - amended details MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 I apologise that this seemed to have come through with the date and venue missing. Here are the correct details: Seminars for Recently Qualified Archive Professionals, Part II 17/18 May. The Foresight Centre, University of Liverpool Suitable for Archivists and Records Managers, who have recently qualified and/or on the SoA Registration Scheme. This two-day event has been designed for newly-qualified archive professionals. It provides an opportunity to develop your knowledge in specific area and discuss some of the topical issues with your contemporaries. It is recognised as one of the main events for those undertaking the SoA Registration Scheme, alongside the Part I programme. A Registration Scheme reception is also programmed for 18.00 to 20.30 on 17 May 2005. Programme features: Day 1 10.00 =96 17.00 Chair: Margaret Procter, University of Liverpool a.m. Interoperability Two one-hour sessions presented by Jane Stevenson and Amanda Hill from the EAD Group to include: 1. Introduction What do we mean by interoperability? Why is it important? 2. XML XML: what are its advantages and why use it? Use of Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and Schemas to structure and validate XML documents: an overview of what schemas are and why they are important in creating XML documents. 3. Metadata What do we mean by metadata? EAD as the core metadata standard for archivists 4. Moving metadata around Use of protocols to utilise metadata and get it to users An overview of some of the more widely used protocols and why they are important for data exchange - OAI, Z39.50, SOAP p.m. Media skills =96 an overview of aspects of media working in radio including = a practical workshop on radio interviews. Stuart Robinson Freelance media trainer Day 2 9.00 =96 3.30 Chair: Marie Takayanagi, SoA Professional Registrar a.m. Constant organisational change is more or less a way of life for many business archivists. Speakers from two business archives which have recently undergone times of transition will describe their experiences, and consider strategies for harnessing change to secure the future of their archives. - Vicky Parkinson & Adrian Steel, Postal Heritage Trust, 'Reconciling Business and Pleasure: The Royal Mail Archive' - Claire Tunstall & Lesley Owen-Edwards, 'Reviews, Results and Removals': Unilever Archives p.m. Thinking outside the Box: An Archivist in the 21st century Janice Tullock MLA North West This session will describe the new world in which the archivist finds his/herself and how the archivist can capitalise on this. Cost: =A3150 SoA members/=A3185 non-members You will receive a Certificate of Attendance on completing this course. To book for this course, please complete the booking form at Training section of the SoA website, www.archives.org.uk and post/fax it to Society of Archivists, Prioryfield House, 20 Canon Street, Taunton TA1 1SW. Email enquiries to trainingAdmin@archives.org.uk. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 20:53:39 -0500 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: RAIN 0331 Berger Guilty, Hunley papers, Weinstein Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. WHISTLER Museum and Archives at a crossroads Whistler Question - Whistler,British Columbia,Canada ... has a unique and interesting story to tell, and officials with the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) and the Whistler Museum and=20 Archives Society say they ... 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Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 09:37:48 +0100 Reply-To: Paddy Collis Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Paddy Collis Subject: Archives Hub: April update Comments: To: ARCHIVE-HUB-ALL , ARCHIVES-HUB-USERS , lis-link@JISCMAIL.AC.UK MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit [with apologies for cross-posting] * Collections of the Month: Sea-Fever This year sees the 200th anniversary of Admiral Lord Nelson's naval victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. This month we feature collections relating to Britain's maritime heritage, including Trafalgar itself, lighthouses and piers, marine scientists, shipbuilders and fishermen, and writers and artists. * New contributors: St John's College Library, Cambridge, and the Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge. * Additional descriptions: From Cambridge University Library, University College London, the University of Dundee, and from the Wellcome Library. These include papers of anti-slavery campaigner Thomas Clarkson (1760-1846), and papers relating to Lieutenant Patrick Wright Anderson (1892-1921) of the Black Watch and the RFC, and papers of biochemist Patricia Clarke (born 1919). ============ Paddy Collis Archives Hub Data Editor Email: Gerard.P.Collis@manchester.ac.uk Web: http://www.archiveshub.ac.uk/ ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 10:32:13 +0100 Reply-To: "ELLISON, Stephen" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "ELLISON, Stephen" Subject: Parliamentary Archives Online Catalogue MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5369D.AFD7BAC0" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5369D.AFD7BAC0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The Parliamentary Archives is delighted to announce the launch of Portcullis, its online catalogue, at www.portcullis.parliament.uk=20 Portcullis is the result of a five-year automation project which ended last month, and contains descriptions to all our catalogued holdings. Over 700 electronic and paper finding aids to 200 fonds have been migrated into the system since 2000, of which the largest are naturally the records of the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The system contains descriptions of around 3 million items and conforms to ISAD(G), the NCA rules and ISAAR(CPF). Subject indexes are based on UNESCO; we intend to offer additional Parliamentary terms to UKAT. Around 100,000 of the 400,000 file level entries were provided by A2A; the rest of the data was keyed and edited in-house. Future developments will include the addition of currently uncatalogued holdings and the attachment of digital images to selected entries. Feedback on the system is welcome - a software upgrade later in the year will incorporate any improvements to design suggested. Stephen Ellison Clerk of the Records The Parliamentary Archives House of Lords Record Office London SW1A OPW -------------------------------------------------------- UK Parliament Disclaimer: This e-mail is confidential to the intended recipient. If you have = received it in error, please notify the sender and delete it from your = system. Any unauthorised use, disclosure, or copying is not permitted. = This e-mail has been checked for viruses, but no liability is accepted = for any damage caused by any virus transmitted by this e-mail. -------------------------------------------------------- ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5369D.AFD7BAC0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable =09 Parliamentary Archives Online Catalogue

The Parliamentary Archives is delighted = to announce the launch of Portcullis, its online catalogue, at = www.portcullis.parliament.uk

Portcullis is the result of a five-year automation project which = ended last month, and contains descriptions to all our catalogued = holdings. Over 700 electronic and paper finding aids to 200 fonds have = been migrated into the system since 2000, of which the largest are = naturally the records of the House of Lords and the House of = Commons.  The system contains descriptions of around 3 million = items and conforms to ISAD(G), the NCA rules and ISAAR(CPF).  = Subject indexes are based on UNESCO; we intend to offer additional = Parliamentary terms to UKAT.  Around 100,000 of the 400,000 file = level entries were provided by A2A; the rest of the data was keyed and = edited in-house.  Future developments will include the addition of = currently uncatalogued holdings and the attachment of digital images to = selected entries.

Feedback on the system is welcome - a = software upgrade later in the year will incorporate any improvements to = design suggested.

Stephen Ellison

Clerk = of the Records
The = Parliamentary Archives
House of Lords Record Office
London SW1A OPW



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------_=_NextPart_001_01C5369D.AFD7BAC0-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 15:02:32 +0100 Reply-To: Digital Archive Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Digital Archive Subject: The National Digital Archive of Datasets User Group - first meeti ng with lunch on 15th April 2005 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" To mark the forthcoming re-launch of the National Digital Archive of Datasets website, we are in the process of setting up a user group. This initiative is part of The National Archives' continuing efforts to improve the service we offer. We aim to discuss issues of usability and utility for NDAD users and to develop promotional methods. This will benefit the institutions and individuals who rely on NDAD as a data resource, allowing the National Archives to develop the service to it's full potential. Participants will have the opportunity to give their views on the service. The first meeting is due to take place at the National Archives on the 15th April, from 12:00 - 15:00. We will begin with a lunch attended by key members of TNA staff, with the meeting to follow. In the meeting, there will be opportunities to discuss your experiences in using the NDAD service and to put forward your views on the way forward. Places are very limited, and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Fleur Soper | Communications Officer Digital Preservation | National Archives Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Surrey, TW9 4DU tel: 020 8392 5330 x 2753 email: digital-archive@nationalarchives.gov.uk web: www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/preservation ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 15:47:34 +0100 Reply-To: Claire Dyson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Claire Dyson Subject: Job Opportunities =?ISO-8859-1?Q?=96?= YMLAC MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Dear Colleagues Yorkshire Museums, Libraries and Archives Council is the regional body responsible for promoting and supporting museums, libraries and archives, as part of the cultural sector in the region. We are now seeking to recruit to two new posts to assist in the development of the archive sector in the region, as follows: Project Manager =96 Great Escape! Salary Scale SO1: =A322,512-24,000 Fixed Term contract 12 months full-time or secondment Based in Leeds YMLAC aims to improve and widen access to Yorkshire=92s rich and diverse archives. A fundamental element of this work is to make currently un- catalogued collections in the region accessible. We are undertaking the Great Escape! project to assess the type, size and cataloguing priority of archive collections across Yorkshire and make recommendations for future action. We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person to co- ordinate and manage this exciting project. The post holder will be responsible for developing and undertaking the project, to time and on budget. The successful candidate will have a postgraduate qualification in Archives/Records Management and an excellent understanding of archival cataloguing, including standards such as ISAD (G). Computer literacy, particularly MS Access databases, would be an advantage and good communication skills are essential. You will be highly motivated and ideally have previous project management experience. You should be good at working with a wide range of people, well organized and willing to travel widely in the region to undertake the audit element of the project. Closing date for applications: Friday 22 April Interview date: Wednesday 4 May For an application pack please contact Louise Hull, Yorkshire Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, Farnley Hall, Hall Lane, Leeds LS12 5HA Tel: 0113 263 8909 (switchboard) Fax 0113 279 1479 E-mail louise.hull@ymlac.org.uk. For an informal chat, contact Claire Dyson, Regional Archives Adviser on 0113 387 5425. Archive Education Development Officer Salary Scale SO1: =A322,512 (pro rata) Fixed Term contract 12 months, 22.2 hours per week or secondment Freelance applications are also welcomed As a result of receiving funding from MLA to undertake a regional education development project, YMLAC is seeking an experienced education professional as project manager. The aim of the project is to increase participation of schools in archives education and to build the capacity of the sector to work with schools in the future. The post holder will support and advise archives currently working with schools to develop and increase their educational activities. You will be responsible for developing and undertaking the project, to time and on budget. The successful candidate will have experience in working in an archive setting and also involvement in education projects. Computer literacy and excellent people skills are essential. You will be enthusiastic about the sector and ideally have previous project management experience. Closing date for applications: Friday 22 April Interview date: Wednesday 4 May For an application pack please contact: Louise Hull, YMLAC, Tel: 0113 263 8909, e-mail: louise.hull@ymlac.org.uk. For an informal chat, contact Jael Edwards, Education and Lifelong Learning Manager on 0113 263 8909. ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 16:44:50 +0100 Reply-To: "Ray, Louise" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Ray, Louise" Subject: Archive Lottery Adviser - support to the sector MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The Archive Lottery Advisory Service has helped over one hundred = projects to successful gain lottery funding in the past. In addition to providing one to one support and advice to archive = applicants to the Heritage Lottery Fund, I am looking at ways to provide better = support to certain categories of applicants. I am currently investigating the = issue of potential applications to the HLF which involve some element of = building work, either plans for new offices or refurbishments to existing = archives. Many of these projects are likely to be submitting to the Heritage = Grant scheme (grants over =A350,000) and as there is fierce competition for = grants at this level it is important that such projects are able to access appropriate support. If your organisation is thinking about a bid of = this nature then I would be very grateful if you could complete a brief = survey which can be downloaded from our website http://www.ncaonline.org.uk/materials/questionnaireregardingarchivebuild= s.pd f, or contact me and I will email a word version of the document. Even = if you have had contact with either myself or one of the past Archive = Lottery Advisers about potential projects I would be grateful if you could = complete this survey. For potential applicants to the Heritage Lottery Fund's 'Your Heritage' grant scheme (grants between =A35,000 and =A350,000) - the next = workshop is scheduled for Monday 4th Jul 2005 at the National Archives in Kew. For = more details and to register a place see the booking form on the National = Council on Archives website at http://www.ncaonline.org.uk/lottery-lottery_workshops.html. =20 Louise Ray Archive Lottery Adviser National Council on Archives c/o The National Archives Ruskin Avenue Kew Surrey TW9 4DU Direct line: 020 8392 5347 Email: louise.ray@nationalarchives.gov.uk http://www.ncaonline.org.uk/lottery.html This post is jointly supported by The National Archives, the Museums, Libraries & Archives Council and the National Council on Archives ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 17:16:26 +0100 Reply-To: "Maccoll, Fiona (RTHQ)" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Maccoll, Fiona (RTHQ)" Subject: Consulting archivists MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Many thanks to all who responded to my request about consultant = archivists. A summary of the responses can be found below. rgds Fiona Fiona Maccoll Records Manager Rio Tinto plc Telephone 020 7753 2123 Fax 020 7753 2211 Registered Office 6 St James's Square, London, SW1Y 4LD. Registered In = England No. 719885 Lists of consultants The Society of Archivists has a register of consultants which is not = available on their website, but which they will supply to enquirers.=20 The Records Management Society also has a directory of consultants which = is being updated and may be made available on line. Isobel Siddons at ALM London keeps a list - = Isobel.Siddons@almlondon.org.uk. Those outside London could try = Archives Development Officers in the regions. Expect to pay =A3350 per day for more experienced consultants.=20 BRA archivist The British Records Association has an 'archivist for hire' scheme - = contact details are on their web site: www.britishrecordsasociation.org.uk/RPS_pages/RPSServices_files/ Agencies These agencies may be able to provide suitable people=20 Library and Archives agencies may be able to provide someone suitable.=20 Instant Library Recruitment http://www.instant-library.com/rec_index.asp Sue Hill - www.suehill.com TFPL - http://www.tfpl.com/index.cfm Other The Irish consultancy Eneclann claim to do work in the UK contact = Fionnuala O'Driscoll - fodriscoll@eneclann.ie www.eneclann.ie ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 11:35:30 -0700 Reply-To: "Corbett, Bryan" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Corbett, Bryan" Subject: Support to become a member of ARMA International Comments: To: acarm-l@mailman.srv.ualberta.ca, ICA-L@majordomo.srv.ualberta.ca MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C536E9.951F0458" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C536E9.951F0458 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_002_01C536E9.951F0458" ------_=_NextPart_002_01C536E9.951F0458 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Apologies for cross posting <>=20 For the Information of subscribers the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) International offers support for information Professionals who wish to become members of ARMA International. Applications and the terms of support are available on this URL. The applications are available in English, French and Spanish. Sincerely=20 Bryan Corbett University Archivist, University of Alberta, Book and Records Depository (BARD) 100, 8170-50th Street Edmonton, Alberta CANADA T6B 1E6 Tel: (780) 466-6123 Fax: (780) 466-5210 e-mail: bryan.corbett@ualberta.ca http://WWW.UALBERTA.CA/ARCHIVES ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN ARCHIVISTS Website http://archivists.ca=20 CANADIAN COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES www.cdncouncilarchives.ca ARCHIVES SOCIETY OF ALBERTA www.archivesalberta.org INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES www.ica.org ------_=_NextPart_002_01C536E9.951F0458 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Support to become a member of ARMA International

Apologies for cross posting <<ARMA International = The Association for Information Management Professionals - International = LINC.htm>>

For the Information of subscribers the = Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) International = offers support for information Professionals who wish to become members = of ARMA International. Applications and the terms of support are = available on this URL. The applications are available in English, French = and Spanish.

Sincerely

Bryan Corbett
University Archivist,
University of Alberta,
Book and Records Depository = (BARD)
100, 8170-50th Street
Edmonton, Alberta
CANADA T6B 1E6

Tel: (780) 466-6123
Fax: (780) 466-5210
e-mail: = bryan.corbett@ualberta.ca
http://WWW.UALBERTA.CA/ARCHIVES

ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN ARCHIVISTS = Website http://archivists.ca

CANADIAN COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES www.cdncouncilarchives.ca

ARCHIVES SOCIETY OF ALBERTA www.archivesalberta.org

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES = www.ica.org


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From: No Name Subject: RAIN 0401 Berger, fading photos, e-records Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. THE Winchester Star Winchester Star - Winchester,VA,USA The former Winchester Printers building may soon be the interim home of the FBI's national records maintenance facility. The federal ... MEDICAL records at Tottori Red Cross Hospital leak on Net Japan Today - Tokyo,Japan TOTTORI -- The medical records of 36 children who were hospitalized at a hospital in Tottori, have been leaked on the Internet, the hospital said Friday. ... PROSECUTOR: Seizure of Limbaugh medical records fair Sarasota Herald-Tribune - Sarasota,FL,USA ... argued Friday that an appeals court misconstrued Florida law when it ruled prosecutors could review the conservative commentator's medical records during their ... MEDICAL history moving to the Web as feds push for more records ... Kansas City Star - MO,USA ... Electronic medical records, say health experts, can help cut health care costs and improve patient safety. For example, they can ... POLITICIAN Denies Stasi Files Prove Bulgaria's Involvement in ... Bulgarian News Network - Sofia,Bulgaria ... Andreev said that the above documents were no longer ... adopted a new law on classified information related to ... Most Sofia papers on Friday quoted Italian media ... INFORMATION overload: ESRC research reveals how people handle it PublicTechnology.net - UK ... snapshots. Digital storage creates opportunities for more flexible cataloguing and greater sharing, including over the Internet. ... UC Berkeley Security Breach Coughs Up SSNs for 100,000 People in ... Techworthy - New York,New York,USA A laptop left unattended at UC Berkeley was stolen this week, along with Social Security numbers of UC Berkeley students who received their=20 doctorates from ... ELECTRONIC records Financial Times - UK The biggest failure to date of the National Health Service's =A36.2bn=20 programme - the biggest civil information technology project in the world - has been one ... TACKLING E-Mail Compliance for the Financial Services Industry DMReview.com - New York,NY,USA ... incoming, outgoing and internal) must be archived for a three-year retention period in their original format; storage of these electronic records must be on ... Ziff Davis via Yahoo! News, Fri, 01 Apr 2005 4:46 AM PST Out of the Shadow of Hardware Death=20 http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=3Dstory&u=3D/zd/20050401/tc_zd/148920 Opinion: Collectors and researchers can collaborate to preserve old=20 technology and archival data. The Arizona Republic, Fri, 01 Apr 2005 10:04 AM PST In the digital age, a clash over fading photos=20 http://www.azcentral.com/rsslinks/58967 The boom in digital photography has sparked a backbiting squabble over=20 the longevity of pictures made on home printers. The clash pits printer=20 makers eager to market their own lines of expensive specialty photo=20 paper against big paper purveyors like retailer Staples Inc. and photo=20 giant Eastman Kodak Co. News Banner, Fri, 01 Apr 2005 6:52 AM PST Covington News Banner Online=20 http://www.newsbanner.com/articles/2005/04/01/news/news04.txt From left, Robin Leckbee, conservator; Connie Stevens, Recording=20 Department head; and Clerk of Court Malise Prieto examine documents=20 missing from the Clerk of Court archives for more than a decade. Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Thu, 31 Mar 2005 11:48 PM PST THE PUSD PAPERS=20 http://www.fco.gov.uk/servlet/Front?pagename=3DOpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowP= age&c=3DPage&cid=3D1109178120457 On 1 April 2005 a batch of hitherto secret records held by the Foreign=20 and Commonwealth Office will be opened to the public at The National=20 Archives (TNA) at Kew. These records, which comprise over 100 pieces in=20 nine boxes, cover the period from 1873 until the outbreak of the Second=20 World War in September 1939. AIG dives on report of missing records MarketWatch - USA ... lawyers representing AIG discovered certain records were missing and also learned that an employee of the insurer had destroyed some computer records and tape ... ANNAN'S Former Deputy Says Shredded Files Were Copies New York Times - USA ... 31 - Secretary General Kofi Annan's former chief of staff, Iqbal=20 Riza, issued a statement on Thursday saying that he had ordered the shredding of files in his ... New York Times Ex-Clinton Aide to Admit Taking Classified Papers Washington Post Berger Will Plead Guilty To Taking Classified Paper Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2005 17:58:50 EST Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: RAIN 0401 Part 2 Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-----------------------------1112482730" -------------------------------1112482730 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news from around the world I-9S Stride into the 21st Century BenefitsNext - USA ... maintaining the security of the documents, especially to ... is easier with electronic records, which can ... documentation in employees' personnel files, that was ... <_http://hr2.blr.com/Article.cfm/Nav/5.0.0.0.32242_ (http://hr2.blr.com/Article.cfm/Nav/5.0.0.0.32242) > ALBERTA probes missing health files Globe and Mail - Canada ... of privacy" of thousands of Albertans' confidential health records -- and even ... helps the government process, store and transport files and documents. ... <_http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20050331.wxalta01/BNStory /National/_ (http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20050331.wxalta01/BNStory/National/) > ANOTHER Look at Log Files CSO - Framingham,MA,USA ... can't assume that the log is true simply because most of the other records on your ... them sent by e-mail, and you'll quickly learn to hit the delete button after ... <_http://www.csoonline.com/read/040105/machine.html_ (http://www.csoonline.com/read/040105/machine.html) > EDITORIAL: Personal information law Asahi Shimbun - Tokyo,Japan ... Consumers can also require businesses to delete the personal data from ... religious affiliation, a person's permanent address, or medical and criminal records. ... <_http://www.asahi.com/english/Herald-asahi/TKY200504010186.html_ (http://www.asahi.com/english/Herald-asahi/TKY200504010186.html) > BERGER Is Planning To Plead Guilty In Documents Case New York Sun (subscription) - New York,NY,USA ... On Mr. Berger's next visit, the archivists reportedly set up a sting of sorts by marking documents in order to know exactly what was removed. ...<_http://www.nysun.com/article/11494_ (http://www.nysun.com/article/11494) > AFRICAN history stretches from here to Timbuktu Business Day, South Africa - Johannesburg,South Africa ... restored, researched and managed. Training programmes for Malian archivists have started at South African institutions. While this is ... <_http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/topstories.aspx?ID=BD4A32246_ (http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/topstories.aspx?ID=BD4A32246) > CHOICEPOINT TO OPEN RECORDS TO CONSUMERS Fort Worth Star Telegram - Fort Worth,TX,USA An executive for trouble-plagued ChoicePoint says consumers will be able to review personal information compiled about them and then sold to employers ...<_http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/business/11285342.htm_ (http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/business/11285342.htm) > INFORMATION Management: _DMReview.com_ (http://dmreview.com/) - New York,NY,USA ... The picture that was painted was much more complete than anything previously created. Other additions to the information factory included archival data. ...<_http://www.dmreview.com/article_sub.cfm?articleId=1023908_ (http://www.dmreview.com/article_sub.cfm?articleId=1023908) > DON'T study it, build it Bismarck Tribune - Bismarck,ND,USA ... It was so predictable because among the Historical Society's official responsibilities is storage of "all archival resources" churned out by the various state ... <_http://www.bismarcktribune.com/articles/2005/04/01/news/editorials/edt01.txt _ (http://www.bismarcktribune.com/articles/2005/04/01/news/editorials/edt01.txt) > OLD photos speak volumes Quad City Times - Davenport,IA,USA ... and demonstrate leadership potential, said Patricia Norris, associate director of the library development group, a division of the Illinois State Library. <_http://www.qctimes.com/internal.php?story_id=1048394&l=1&t=Hometown+News&c=7 3,1048394_ (http://www.qctimes.com/internal.php?story_id=1048394&l=1&t=Hometown+News&c=73,1048394) > NEW Mexico Utility Lights Up with Hummingbird Enterprise _DMReview.com_ (http://dmreview.com/) - New York,NY,USA ... authorities require us to retain all records and produce them upon request - a time-consuming task because our mainframe records management system wasn't ... <_http://www.dmreview.com/article_sub.cfm?articleId=1023920_ (http://www.dmreview.com/article_sub.cfm?articleId=1023920) > 'U' gains access to Holocaust archives Michigan Daily - Ann Arbor,MI,USA ... Survivors of Shoah Foundation, providing the University access to the 52,000 interviews of Holocaust survivors and witnesses the foundation has in its archives ... <_http://www.michigandaily.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2005/04/01/424d00bd5d987_ (http://www.michigandaily.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2005/04/01/424d00bd5d987) > EX-CLINTON aide took secret files BBC News - E,UK A former top aide to Bill Clinton is to plead guilty to removing classified documents from the National Archives. Former national ... <_http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4401687.stm_ (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4401687.stm) > STASI Files Implicate KGB in Pope Shooting Deutsche Welle - Germany New documents found in the files of the former East German intelligence services confirm the 1981 assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II was ordered ... <_http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,1564,1538173,00.html_ (http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,1564,1538173,00.html) > -------------------------------1112482730 Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

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I-9S Str= ide=20 into the 21st Century
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... maintaining the security=20= of=20 the documents, especially to ... is easier
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files, that was ...
<http://hr2.blr.com/Article.cfm/Nav/5.0.0.0.32242>

 

ALBERTA=20= probes=20 missing health files
Globe and Mail - Canada
... of privacy" of thousa= nds=20 of Albertans' confidential health records
-- and even ... helps the=20 government process, store and transport files
and documents. ...
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ANOTHER=20= Look=20 at Log Files
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the delete button after ...
<<= SPAN=20 style=3D"COLOR: black">http://www.csoonline.com/read/040105/machine.html>

 

EDITORIA= L:=20 Personal information law
Asahi Shimbun - Tokyo,Japan
... Consumers can= =20 also require businesses to delete the personal data from
... religious=20 affiliation, a person's permanent address, or medical and
criminal record= s.=20 ...
<http://www.asahi.com/english/Herald-asahi/TKY20050401= 0186.html>

 

BERGER I= s=20 Planning To Plead Guilty In Documents Case
New York Sun (subscription) -=20= New=20 York,NY,USA
... On Mr. Berger's next visit, the archivists reportedly set= up=20 a sting
of sorts by marking documents in order to know exactly what was=20 removed.
...<http://www.nysun.com/article/11494>

 

AFRICAN=20 history stretches from here to Timbuktu
Business Day, South Africa -=20 Johannesburg,South Africa
... restored, researched and managed. Training=20 programmes for Malian archivists
have started at South African institutio= ns.=20 While this is ...
<http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/topstories.aspx= ?ID=3DBD4A32246>

 

CHOICEPO= INT TO=20 OPEN RECORDS TO CONSUMERS
Fort Worth Star Telegram - Fort Worth,TX,USAAn=20 executive for trouble-plagued ChoicePoint says consumers will be able
to=20 review personal information compiled about them and then sold to=20 employers
...<http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/business/11285342.htm>

 

INFORMAT= ION=20 Management:
DMReview.com - New York,NY,USA
... The=20 picture that was painted was much more complete than anything=20 previously
created. Other additions to the information factory included=20 archival
data. ...<http://www.dmreview.com/article_sub.cfm?articleId=3D1= 023908>

 

DON'T st= udy=20 it, build it
Bismarck Tribune - Bismarck,ND,USA
... It was so predicta= ble=20 because among the Historical Society's official
responsibilities is stora= ge=20 of "all archival resources" churned out by
the various state ...
<<= A=20 href=3D"http://www.bismarcktribune.com/articles/2005/04/01/news/editorials/e= dt01.txt"=20 target=3D_blank>http://www.bismarcktribune.com/articles/2005/04/01/ne= ws/editorials/edt01.txt>

 

OLD phot= os=20 speak volumes
Quad City Times - Davenport,IA,USA
... and demonstrate=20 leadership potential, said Patricia Norris, associate
director of the lib= rary=20 development group, a division of the Illinois
State Library.
<http://www.qctimes.com/internal.php?story_id=3D104839= 4&l=3D1&t=3DHometown+News&c=3D73,1048394>

 

NEW Mexi= co=20 Utility Lights Up with Hummingbird Enterprise
DMReview.com - New=20 York,NY,USA
... authorities require us to retain all records and produce=20= them=20 upon
request - a time-consuming task because our mainframe records=20 management
system wasn't ...
<http://www.dmreview.com/article_sub.cfm?articleId=3D1= 023920>

 

'U' gain= s=20 access to Holocaust archives
Michigan Daily - Ann Arbor,MI,USA
...=20 Survivors of Shoah Foundation, providing the University access to the
52,= 000=20 interviews of Holocaust survivors and witnesses the foundation
has in its= =20 archives ...
<http://www.michigandaily.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2005= /04/01/424d00bd5d987>

 

EX-CLINT= ON=20 aide took secret files
BBC News - E,UK
A former top aide to Bill Clint= on=20 is to plead guilty to removing classified
documents from the National=20 Archives. Former national ...
<http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4401687.stm>

 

STASI Fi= les=20 Implicate KGB in Pope Shooting
Deutsche Welle - Germany
New documents=20 found in the files of the former East German intelligence
services confir= m=20 the 1981 assassination attempt against Pope John Paul
II was ordered=20 ...
<http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,1564,1538173,00.h= tml>

 

 

-------------------------------1112482730-- ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2005 19:43:02 EST Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0402 Saturday news Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-----------------------------1112488982" -------------------------------1112488982 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Language: en =20 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news from=20 around the world=20 YUCCA Mountain records falsified Washington Times - Washington,DC,USA ... Mountain nuclear waste dump project suggest workers were planning to fabricate records and manipulate ... In the end I keep track of 2 sets of files, the ones that ... <_http://washingtontimes.com/national/20050401-112018-2624r.htm_=20 (http://washingtontimes.com/national/20050401-112018-2624r.htm) >=20 FILES reveal Heinz Kerry wealth Kansas City Star - MO,USA ... John Kerry, a Massachusetts Democrat -- paid about $41 million in feder= al estate taxes and $17 million in state death taxes, the records show. ... <_http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascitystar/news/politics/11291740.htm_=20 (http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascitystar/news/politics/11291740.htm) >=20 DESTRUCTION of records mean criminal charges likely MarketWatch - USA ... However, a Wall Street Journal report Friday that an AIG employee=20 destroyed computer records and tapes of business meetings at the company's Bermuda offices ... <_http://cbs.marketwatch.com/news/story.asp?guid=3D%7B615384E2-FE52-4161-B9C= A-36 909C9AC1DE%7D&siteid=3Dgoogle&dist=3Dgoogle_=20 (http://cbs.marketwatch.com/news/story.asp?guid=3D{615384E2-FE52-4161-B9CA-3= 6909C9AC1DE}&siteid=3Dgoogle&dist=3Dgoogle)=20 >=20 FEDS Drop $373,000 FOIA Search Fee Demand Texas Lawyer (subscription) - TX,USA ... no judge, no attorneys and no documents that were ... The records PFAW seeks are not computer coded, the ... Mincberg said his group regularly files such requests with ... <_http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=3D1112349912757_=20 (http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=3D1112349912757) >=20 NEW US archivist starts work amid fussing, fuming Seattle Times - USA ... in Trouble: Plagiarism, Fraud, and Politics in the Ivory Tower," Wiener says Weinstein has not always practiced openness with his own archival materials. ... <_http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2002228435_archivist01.h= tm l_=20 (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2002228435_archivist01.ht= ml) >=20 RANGEL archives open at A&M-Kingsville Corpus Christi Caller Times - Corpus Christi,TX,USA ... Rep. Irma Rangel's archival collection that officially opened Friday to scholars and the public at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. ... <_http://www.caller.com/ccct/local_news/article/0,1641,CCCT_811_3670399,00.h= tm l_=20 (http://www.caller.com/ccct/local_news/article/0,1641,CCCT_811_3670399,00.ht= ml) >=20 DOORS opens at archive facility Henry Herald - McDonough,GA,USA ... the Southeast Region moved from East Point and into the 115,000-=20 square-foot building near Clayton College & State University and next to the new state archives ... <_http://www.henryherald.com/articles/2005/04/02/news/news2.txt_=20 (http://www.henryherald.com/articles/2005/04/02/news/news2.txt) >=20 A hot spot for researchers Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription) - GA,USA ... That's helpful to people such as Paul K. Graham of Tucker, who was in the state archives recently researching a book about Georgia land =20 lotteries. ...<_http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/0405/02archive.html_=20 (http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/0405/02archive.html) >=20 Seattle Times, Sat, 02 Apr 2005 0:18 AM PST He's used to being man in the middle=20 _http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2002228437_archpers02.htm= l?syndication=3Drss_=20 (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2002228437_archpers02.htm= l?syndication=3Drss)=20 To some, new U.S. Archivist Allen Weinstein is the consummate historian:=20 rising above personal leanings and letting the facts dictate his...=20 Los Angeles Times via Yahoo! News, Sat, 02 Apr 2005 2:30 AM PST Top Clinton Aide Admits He Pilfered Documents=20 _http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=3Dstory&u=3D/latimests/20050402/ts_latimes/= topclintonaideadmitshepilfereddocumen ts_=20 (http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=3Dstory&u=3D/latimests/20050402/ts_latimes/= topclintonaideadmitshepilfereddocuments)=20 WASHINGTON =E2=80=94 Former national security advisor Samuel R. "Sandy" Ber= ger=20 admitted Friday that he had stolen classified documents, destroyed some of=20= them,=20 then lied about what he had done.=20 Peter Kurilecz Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com -------------------------------1112488982 Content-Type: text/html; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Language: en

RAIN=20 (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news from around th= e=20 world

 

YUCCA Mo= untain=20 records falsified
Washington Times - Washington,DC,USA
... Mountain=20 nuclear waste dump project suggest workers were planning to
fabricate rec= ords=20 and manipulate ... In the end I keep track of 2 sets
of files, the ones t= hat=20 ...
<http://washingtontimes.com/national/20050401-112018-2= 624r.htm>

 

FILES re= veal=20 Heinz Kerry wealth
Kansas City Star - MO,USA
... John Kerry, a=20 Massachusetts Democrat -- paid about $41 million in federal
estate taxes=20= and=20 $17 million in state death taxes, the records show. ...
<http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascitystar/news/pol= itics/11291740.htm>

 

DESTRUCT= ION of=20 records mean criminal charges likely
MarketWatch - USA
... However, a=20= Wall=20 Street Journal report Friday that an AIG employee destroyed
computer reco= rds=20 and tapes of business meetings at the company's Bermuda
offices ...
&l= t;http://cbs.marketwatch.com/news/story.asp?guid=3D%7B6= 15384E2-FE52-4161-B9CA-36909C9AC1DE%7D&siteid=3Dgoogle&dist=3Dgoogle= >

 

FEDS Dro= p=20 $373,000 FOIA Search Fee Demand
Texas Lawyer (subscription) - TX,USA
.= ..=20 no judge, no attorneys and no documents that were ... The records PFAW
se= eks=20 are not computer coded, the ... Mincberg said his group regularly
files s= uch=20 requests with ...
<http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=3D1112349912757= >

 

NEW US=20 archivist starts work amid fussing, fuming
Seattle Times - USA
... in=20 Trouble: Plagiarism, Fraud, and Politics in the Ivory Tower," Wiener
says= =20 Weinstein has not always practiced openness with his own archival
materia= ls.=20 ...
<http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/200= 2228435_archivist01.html>

 

RANGEL=20 archives open at A&M-Kingsville
Corpus Christi Caller Times - Corpus=20 Christi,TX,USA
... Rep. Irma Rangel's archival collection that officially= =20 opened Friday
to scholars and the public at Texas A&M=20 University-Kingsville. ...
<http://www.caller.com/ccct/local_news/article/0,1641,= CCCT_811_3670399,00.html>

 

DOORS op= ens at=20 archive facility
Henry Herald - McDonough,GA,USA
... the Southeast Reg= ion=20 moved from East Point and into the 115,000- square-foot
building near Cla= yton=20 College & State University and next to the new state
archives=20 ...
<http://www.henryherald.com/articles/2005/04/02/news/n= ews2.txt>

 

A hot sp= ot for=20 researchers
Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription) - GA,USA
...=20 That's helpful to people such as Paul K. Graham of Tucker, who was
in the= =20 state archives recently researching a book about Georgia land=20 lotteries.
...<http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/0405/02archive= .html>

 

Seattle=20= Times,=20 Sat, 02 Apr 2005 0:18 AM PST
He's used to being man in the middle http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/200= 2228437_archpers02.html?syndication=3Drss
To=20 some, new U.S. Archivist Allen Weinstein is the consummate historian: rising= =20 above personal leanings and letting the facts dictate=20 his...

 

Los Ange= les=20 Times via Yahoo! News, Sat, 02 Apr 2005 2:30 AM PST
Top Clinton Aide Admi= ts=20 He Pilfered Documents http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=3Dstory&u=3D/lati= mests/20050402/ts_latimes/topclintonaideadmitshepilfereddocuments=
WASHINGTON=20 =E2=80=94 Former national security advisor Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger admitted= Friday that=20 he had stolen classified documents, destroyed some of them, then lied about=20= what=20 he had done.

 

 

 
Peter Kurilecz
Richmond,=20 Va
pakurilecz@aol.com

-------------------------------1112488982-- ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 3 Apr 2005 22:06:13 -0400 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: RAIN 0403 Sunday News Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news stories from around the world. Telegraph.co.uk, Sat, 02 Apr 2005 3:37 PM PST Lost Victorian films saved from destruction http://news.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2005/04/03/nglad03.xml Lost film footage of the funeral of William Gladstone in 1898 and a forgotten live action adaptation of Snow White from 1910 have been saved for posterity after being found in an archive earmarked for destruction. NEW archives OK'd, but state budget in limbo Arizona Republic - Phoenix,AZ,USA For decades, historians and others who use Arizona's archives have called on the state to build a new, state-of-the-art facility to protect the state's ... WHITE man struggled to bring books to poor blacks The State - Columbia,SC,USA ... history. Archivists are processing papers given by Bobby Buffington, Buffington's 45-year-old grandson, a Columbia lawyer. His ... SHERIFF in open records dispute sets high price for copy search Tuscaloosa News (subscription) - Tuscaloosa,AL,USA ... access policy Friday, within days of receiving a final court order from Tuscaloosa County Circuit Court Judge Scott Donaldson in an open-records suit filed by ... IEDC fails early test of open records Munster Times - Munster,IN,USA BY BRENDAN O'SHAUGHNESSY. INDIANAPOLIS | It took an informal inquiry opinion issued this week by the Indiana Public Access Counselor ... WEB sites fight to stop 'theft' of free data NorthJersey.com - Hackensack,NJ,USA ... Martindale-Hubbell filed new court papers identifying one ... its lawsuit, either, but court documents show no ... scraping of its online classified advertisements). ... PROGRESS Report: DMG Services The Sunday Times - UK ... for documents that have to be kept, a shredding service for those that don't and storage facilities for vital information such as back-up computer records. ... ELECTRONIC patent databases invent difficulties New Scientist (subscription) - UK ... But the problem is an international one -- and as patent offices are moving from paper records to digital storage it is getting worse, not better. ... HOW one Silicon Valley partnership soured San Francisco Chronicle - USA ... and resigned in August 1999 during a reorganization, but retained observer rights and continued to attend meetings and have access to confidential documents. ... Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2005 10:32:11 +0100 Reply-To: Janice Tullock Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Janice Tullock Subject: New MLA North West website MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Dear Colleague We have now launched our new MLA North West website, which we hope will prove to be a valuable resource for all organisations working within the cultural sector in the region. The new fully content managed site will enable us to disseminate the very latest news and information to all those working in, or with, museums, libraries and archives in the North West. We will use the website to highlight projects that we are currently undertaking, as well as disseminating information related to national initiatives that affect museums, libraries and archives in the region. Some elements that were popular on the old website, such as Latest News, Events and Fundraising have been retained, but we have also introduced some new features, including: =B7 Dedicated content areas for museums, libraries and archives =B7 =91Our work=92 content areas, featuring projects and initiatives related to ICT, collections management, research and data collections, standards, learning and access =B7 NEWSPLAN database of local newspaper collections held in libraries or other repositories in the North West =B7 MLA North West publications =B7 MLA North West tenders and contracts =B7 Job vacancies in the region We hope that the website will also be used to capture and publish case studies of innovative work that museums, libraries and archives are currently undertaking, particularly in the field of Inspiring Learning for All. And we are encouraging all cultural organisations within the North West to use the website to advertise their job vacancies, events, training and conferences. Extra functionality and features will be added throughout the year so that the site continues to develop and improve. To find our more, why not visit the new website at: www.mlanorthwest.org.uk Alex Cave Communications Development Officer MLA North West Ground Floor The Malt Building Wilderspool Park Greenalls Avenue WA4 6HL Telephone: 01925 625065 Email: alex.cave@mlanorthwest.org.uk ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2005 14:41:53 +0100 Reply-To: Margaret Crockett Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Margaret Crockett Subject: training courses in April and May Comments: To: scotarch@gla.ac.uk, "busarch@gla.ac.uk" , The UK Records Management mailing list MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit With apologies for cross-postings: There are still some places available on the following courses: 20 April, Basic Archive Skills Training Day, Bristol http://www.archive-skills.com/training/2005/20-4.php 27 April, Basic Archive Skills Training Day, Edinburgh http://www.archive-skills.com/training/2005/27-4.php 28 April, Managing Paper and Digital Records, Edinburgh http://www.archive-skills.com/training/2005/28-4.php 11 May, Preservation Day, London http://www.archive-skills.com/training/2005/11-5.php 12 May, Records Management Seminar, London http://www.archive-skills.com/training/2005/12-5.php 17 May, A is for Archives (part one of a two-day training course for archive assistants), London http://www.archive-skills.com/training/2005/17-5.php For details please click on the individual links given. 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Fees to print documents out from the Web site are expected to be higher than ... HISTORY buffs combat Maryland Day myths Annapolis Capital - Annapolis,MD,USA ... "I cannot tell you why the archives Web site says that," Ms. Russo said. "These things get into the public domain.". With a chuckle, State Archivist Edward C ... TEH Growth Of e-business Nation News - Barbados ... of the individual. The policy framework is currently being=20 formulated for the Freedom of Information Act. This legislation will ... Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 10:31:12 +0100 Reply-To: Zoe.Holman@LON.AC.UK Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Zoe Holman Subject: FW: Job advertisement MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C539C2.35345296" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539C2.35345296 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable The following is an advertisement for a vacancy within Senate House = Library.=20 *************************************************************************= *************************************************************************= ****** UNIVERSITY OF LONDON RESEARCH LIBRARY SERVICES Senate House Library Archivist =A332,497 - =A338,017 p.a. inc. LW We are seeking an experienced, flexible and highly organised individual = to be responsible for the management, cataloguing, development and = promotion of access to archival and manuscript collections in Senate = House Library. You will be responsible for the archival and manuscript collections = across the broad arts, humanities and social sciences, providing access, = promotion and outreach to research communities. You will also liaise = with members of the University's staff on access to, and retention, = disposal or transfer of historic documents to the University of London = Archive. In addition, you will prepare funding applications in support = of the collections and will assist with the development and management = of projects. Of graduate calibre, and with a qualification relevant to archives = administration, it is essential that you have at least three years' = experience in a relevant professional post, combined with = knowledge/interest in archival and records management computer = applications, and practical knowledge of relevant legal requirements. = Excellent communication skills are required, along with the ability to = work effectively as part of a team and / or independently. Experience of = records management (spanning from medieval to modern records); = experience of digital and electronic initiatives; some previous teaching = experience, knowledge of Latin; and an interest in Medieval Studies are = desirable attributes in addition.=20 To apply you must first obtain an application pack as we have specific = requirements as to the method and content of your application. Packs = can be obtained from the HR Office, Room 211, Senate House, Malet = Street, London, WC1E 7HU. Tel: 020 7862 8100 (24 hr ansaphone); = Confidential Fax: 020 7862 8080; email: ulrecruit@london.ac.uk = quoting reference: 17/05-JISC, or = download details from our website at: = http://www.lon.ac.uk/personnel/jobs/central.asp = =20 The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 5:30pm on = Friday 22 April 2005; interviews are scheduled to take place in early = May 2005. Pursuing equal opportunities and excellence in education Senate House operates a no smoking policy ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539C2.35345296 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable FW: Job advertisement

The following = is an advertisement for a vacancy within Senate House Library. =

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UNIVERSITY = OF LONDON RESEARCH LIBRARY SERVICES

Senate = House Library

Archivist

 =A332,497 - =A338,017 p.a. inc. = LW

We are = seeking an experienced, flexible and highly organised individual to be = responsible for the management, cataloguing, development and promotion = of access to archival and manuscript collections in Senate House = Library.

You will be = responsible for the archival and manuscript collections across the broad = arts, humanities and social sciences, providing access, promotion and = outreach to research communities.  You will also liaise with = members of the University’s staff on access to, and retention, = disposal or transfer of historic documents to the University of London = Archive.  In addition, you will prepare funding applications in = support of the collections and will assist with the development and = management of projects.

Of graduate = calibre, and with a qualification relevant to archives administration, = it is essential that you have at least three years’ experience in = a relevant professional post, combined with knowledge/interest in = archival and records management computer applications, and practical = knowledge of relevant legal requirements. Excellent communication skills = are required, along with the ability to work effectively as part of a = team and / or independently. Experience of records management (spanning = from medieval to modern records); experience of digital and electronic = initiatives; some previous teaching experience, knowledge of Latin; and = an interest in Medieval Studies are desirable attributes in addition. =

To apply = you must first obtain an application pack as we have specific = requirements as to the method and content of your = application.  Packs can be obtained from = the HR Office, Room 211, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU. = Tel:  020 7862 8100 (24 hr ansaphone); Confidential Fax:  020 = 7862 8080; email:  ulrecruit@london.ac.uk quoting reference: 17/05-JISC, or download details from our = website at:  http://www.lon.ac.uk/personnel/jobs/central.asp=

The closing = date for receipt of completed applications is 5:30pm on Friday 22 April 2005; = interviews are scheduled to take place in early May = 2005.

Pursuing = equal opportunities and excellence in education

Senate = House operates a no smoking policy



------_=_NextPart_001_01C539C2.35345296-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 11:14:56 -0000 Reply-To: "Andrew Ledgard (020 7189 5418)" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Andrew Ledgard (020 7189 5418)" Subject: Wanted - Honorary Media Relations Manager MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="----=_NextPartTM-000-c12d7d84-f101-4ef8-a9f6-3bb859c22ef4" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------=_NextPartTM-000-c12d7d84-f101-4ef8-a9f6-3bb859c22ef4 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C539D0.B2B19350" ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539D0.B2B19350 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" The following item appeared in April's edition of ARC Wanted - Honorary Media Relations Manager At present the Society of Archivists does not maintain formal links with the media. We have been criticised for failing to engage with specialist or mainstream news organisations and regularly missing opportunities to publicly position ourselves. Our profile remains low and our activities are perceived to be shrouded in mystery outside the profession. In order to promote our objectives, Council has decided to appoint an Honorary Media Relations Manager (MRM) to develop links with print, television and radio news organisations. The MRM will be responsible for drafting press releases and representing the Society when we receive interview requests. The MRM will act as a clearinghouse for such requests, maintaining a list of potential Society interviewees. The appointment of a MRM from within the ranks of the Society will not be without its difficulties. Most media organisations require a speedy turn-around and the MRM should be able to respond quickly to requests. However, the MRM will be an active participant in our communications activities and will be aware of forthcoming issues which may require proactive input. The MRM will be responsible for considering the long-term media relations needs of the Society, including the possible establishment of a salaried MRM/Communications post. The MRM will report to the newly formed Committee for Corporate Affairs. The MRM's main responsibilities will be to: * Proactively promote the Society * Provide a first point of contact with journalists * Draft occasional press releases * Maintain a directory of Society interviewees * Contribute to the Society's communications strategy * Assess future media relations and communications needs If you feel that you may be interested in managing the Society's relations with the media, please contact the Chairman of CCA for an informal chat. (Email: aledgard@gmc-uk.org ) Andrew Ledgard Information Policy Manager General Medical Council Regent's Place 350 Euston Road London NW1 3JN Tel 020 7189 5418 Fax 020 7189 5401 Email aledgard@gmc-uk.org This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify gmc@gmc-uk.org General Medical Council St James Building, 79 Oxford Street Manchester. M1 6FQ Regents Place, 350 Euston Road, London. NW1 3JN Napier House, 35 Thistle Street,Edinburgh. EH2 1DY Tel: 0845 357 8001 Fax: 0845 357 9001 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539D0.B2B19350 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"

The following item appeared in April's edition of ARC

 

Wanted - Honorary Media Relations Manager

 

At present the Society of Archivists does not maintain formal links with the media. We have been criticised for failing to engage with specialist or mainstream news organisations and regularly missing opportunities to publicly position ourselves. Our profile remains low and our activities are perceived to be shrouded in mystery outside the profession.

 

In order to promote our objectives, Council has decided to appoint an Honorary Media Relations Manager (MRM) to develop links with print, television and radio news organisations. The MRM will be responsible for drafting press releases and representing the Society when we receive interview requests. The MRM will act as a clearinghouse for such requests, maintaining a list of potential Society interviewees. The appointment of a MRM from within the ranks of the Society will not be without its difficulties. Most media organisations require a speedy turn-around and the MRM should be able to respond quickly to requests. However, the MRM will be an active participant in our communications activities and will be aware of forthcoming issues which may require proactive input. The MRM will be responsible for considering the long-term media relations needs of the Society, including the possible establishment of a salaried MRM/Communications post. The MRM will report to the newly formed Committee for Corporate Affairs.

 

The MRM's main responsibilities will be to:

 

  • Proactively promote the Society
  • Provide a first point of contact with journalists
  • Draft occasional press releases
  • Maintain a directory of Society interviewees
  • Contribute to the Society's communications strategy
  • Assess future media relations and communications needs

 

If you feel that you may be interested in managing the Society's relations with the media, please contact the Chairman of CCA for an informal chat. (Email: aledgard@gmc-uk.org)

 

Andrew Ledgard
Information Policy Manager
General Medical Council
Regent's Place
350 Euston Road
London
NW1 3JN
Tel   020 7189 5418
Fax  020 7189 5401
Email  aledgard@gmc-uk.org

 

 
This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify gmc@gmc-uk.org

General Medical Council

St James Building, 79 Oxford Street Manchester. M1 6FQ

Regents Place, 350 Euston Road, London. NW1 3JN

Napier House, 35 Thistle Street,Edinburgh. EH2 1DY

Tel: 0845 357 8001
Fax: 0845 357 9001
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From: Cressida Annesley Subject: FW: Conference "Archival Affinities" - Amsterdam - 2005 August 31 - September 2 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C539D9.5454D0E2" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539D9.5454D0E2 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Colleagues may be interested in this information about the I-CHORA confer= ence. =20 Cressida =20 Cressida Annesley Chair, International Affairs Sub-Committee, Society of Archivists =20 =20 -----Original Message----- From: owner-ica-l@majordomo.srv.ualberta.ca [mailto:owner-ica-l@majordomo= =2Esrv.ualberta.ca]On Behalf Of Agnes Jonker Sent: 04 April 2005 10:30 To: ICA-L@MAJORDOMO.UALBERTA.CA; ICA-L@majordomo.srv.ualberta.ca Subject: Conference "Archival Affinities" - Amsterdam - 2005 August 31 - = September 2 =20 _____ =20 =20 =20 =20 "Archival Affinities" - AMSTERDAM 2005 =20 The Universiteit van Amsterdam and the Archiefschool, the Netherlands Ins= titute for Archival Education and Research, welcome you to Amsterdam for = the Second International Conference on the History of Archives and Record= s, "Archival Affinities. Adapting and Adopting Archival Cultures", August 31st + September 1st + 2nd , 2005. =20 The conference program, registration and accomodation information is avai= lable at the web site http://i-chora= 2.archiefschool.nl =20 The 2005 conference will focus on intercultural and cross-national influe= nces on record-keeping and archival theory, the dissemination and recepti= on of theories and ideas on archives and record-keeping etc. Speakers com= e from all over the world. The session themes are: - recordkeeping legacies - recordkeeping crossing frontiers - shaping and reshaping the archives - memory and writing in archival cultures =20 The Programme Committee consists of prof. dr. F.C.J. Ketelaar (Eric), drs. A.E.M. Jonker (Agnes) and P.J. Hor= sman Msc (Peter). =20 The first I-CHORA conference took place in Toronto, October 2-4, 2003 (se= e http://www.fis.utoronto.ca/research/i-chora/home.html). We invite you to visit the 2005 conference website and encourage you to r= egister early for the conference and your hotel accommodations (nearby th= e conference location). Pre-conference updates will follow, a.o. news on = social events, exhibitions and other visitor information. More information on the conference can be found at: http://i-chora2.archiefschool.nl =20 =20 Best wishes, =20 The Organisation Committee I-CHORA (2) Marieke de Haan & Agnes E.M. Jonker =20 ********************************************* Archiefschool =20 Keizersgracht 630, 1017 ER Amsterdam. Tel. 020 - 524 11 66=20 Fax / T=E9l=E9copieur 020 - 524 11 60 =20 www.archiefschool.nl =20 ********************************************* =20 =2E....................................... This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intend= ed solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they have been = addressed. 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The 2005 conference will focus on intercultural= and=20 cross-national influences on record-keeping and archival theory, the=20 dissemination and reception of theories and ideas on archives and record-= keeping=20 etc. Speakers come from all over the world.

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The Organisation Committee I-CHORA=20 (2)

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........................................ ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539D9.5454D0E2-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 13:11:42 +0100 Reply-To: Rosemary Boyns Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Rosemary Boyns Subject: Gathering the Jewels - amendment to article in SOA newsletter Please note that the contact details given at the end of the article on Gathering the Jewels in the April edition of the SOA Newsletter have now changed. Anyone requiring further information on the project should use the feedback form on the website, or email info@culturenetcymru.com. Apologies for any inconvenience. Rosemary Boyns Glamorgan Record Office ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 16:13:55 +0100 Reply-To: Fiona Cameron Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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= ------_=_NextPart_001_01C539F2.15B51000-- ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 21:41:52 -0400 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: rain 0405 Water Records destroyed, Paperless Office Mirage, Email Policy Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news=20 stories from around the world. EVERYTHING in its place Sydney Morning Herald (subscription) - New South Wales,Australia ... In Australia, the Public Records Office of Victoria has been a world leader. It is now 10 years since PROV initiated the Victorian Electronic Records Strategy. ... 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MUSEUMS Share =C2=A315.6M Cash Handout Scotsman - UK South West museums will benefit to the tune of =C2=A315.6 million in a hu= ge cash handout from the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. ... THE Winchester Star Winchester Star - Winchester,VA,USA ... cooperative project with the Virginia Historical Society, the=20 Library of Congress and the Library of Virginia, said Dr. Conley Edwards, state archivist at the ... BUSINESSES Flirt With Disaster by Not Protecting Their Vital ... Khalsa News Network - Punjab,India ... and has been on a crusade to urge businesses to make it a high=20 priority to get control of paper records. There are other reasons to proper=20 management of files. ... COUNTY loses 18 complaint files Kansas City Star - MO,USA ... Tircuit disclosed her office's missing files in a recent letter to attorney Sidney Willens ... Willens had asked for records from 2003=20 forward as part of a review ... 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UK Freedom of Information Act: New Survey OfficialWire - New York,NY,USA ... snapshot of FOI within the NHS, the study reveals that the vast=20 majority of NHS bodies are coping well with the Freedom of Information Act=20 (FOIA), with all but ... SURVEY Reveals NHS's Freedom of Information Experience Managing Information - UK The NHS is coping well with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA),=20 according to a new survey. The snapshot of FOI within the public ... Dallas Morning News, Mon, 04 Apr 2005 6:43 AM PDT City lauded for delving into past http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/latestnews/stories/040405d= nmetparkaward.a561.html Dallas =E2=80=93 often criticized for slighting its past =E2=80=93 has be= en recognized for preserving history BRAINS And Medical Records Collected by King County KIROtv.com - Seattle,WA,USA ... 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MAYBE UC can't be trusted with security Inside Bay Area - CA,USA The latest security faux pas was a laptop lapse in ... graduate=20 students, applicants and alumni were stolen when a ... computer was taken from a Berkeley office March ... PAPER records only opt-out available to patients EHI Primary Care - London,UK ... This can only be achieved through the use of electronic records as paper has been proven time and time again to be both inadequate and on occasion outright ... GAME agency blotted out lunch tabs, citing law-enforcement risk Richmond Times Dispatch - Richmond,VA,USA ... asking the judge to review the documents to determine whether the=20 Department of Game and Inland Fisheries had violated the state Freedom of=20 Information Act. ... Times-Picayune Stolen St. Tammany archives recovered Ex-clerk's office worker arrested Thursday, March 31, 2005 By Meghan Gordon and Paul Rioux St. Tammany bureau Calling it a boon to genealogists and Civil War historians, St. Tammany=20 Parish Clerk of Court Malise Prieto announced Wednesday the recovery of hundreds of=20 stolen 19th century records that document many aspects of life in the parish's early days. STORAGE Security: Back In The Spotlight Enterprise Storage Forum - Darien,CT,USA ... over into the "worth it" column. Tapes may get lost, but you don't want to worry if data has been stolen. Just ask Bank of America. ... Electronic record storage hub in the pipeline By Amit Roy Choudhury , Business Times 31 Mar 2005 THE National Archives of Singapore (NAS) and its technology partners=20 are set to create Singapore's first eRegistry Hub where private and public sector=20 organisations can store vital records in a safe and secure manner. URL: http://it.asia1.com.sg/newsdaily/news002_20050402.html Amherst County Museum has many photographs that remain a mystery Christie Chapman cchapman@newsadvance.com Sunday, April 3, 2005 AMHERST - Faces flashed by as Holly Mills sifted through the manila=20 folder of old photos of unidentified people. http://snipurl.com/du9u Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 09:59:29 +0100 Reply-To: cjberry Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: cjberry Subject: Registration Scheme Evening Reception 17th May 2005 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear all, The following event has been advertised in the April issue of ARC: Registration Scheme Evening Reception 17th May 2005 As always, an Evening Reception will be held during the May two-day Seminars for Recently Qualified Archival Professionals (part II). It is intended that all those attending the course will also be able to take part in the reception, as well as any other interested potential and present Scheme candidates from the region or further afield who would also like to come. The evening provides a brief overview and introduction to the Registration Scheme. It is an ideal time of year to take the opportunity to get a better idea of what the Registration Scheme is all about and what it has to offer you in your Continuing Professional Development. New jobs have been settled into after completing the archives training course, and those already enrolled on the Scheme may be in need of a gentle reminder of what is involved, and to regain some enthusiasm for putting in some more work on the portfolio! The Reception will be informal, with refreshments including wine and a free buffet. The focus of the Reception will be two or three short presentations given by guest speakers (including from a current Scheme candidate and from a recently Registered Member) and the Registrar on what the Scheme involves in practice. The evening will also provide the opportunity to meet others currently enrolled on the Scheme and to get some ideas for new angles on your approach to putting your portfolio together. The Registration Scheme Registrar will be in attendance, and successful portfolios will be available for inspection! Date and time: 17th May 2005, from 6pm (until about 8pm) Venue: Chandler Room, Foresight Centre, University of Liverpool, 1 Brownlow Street, LIVERPOOL, L69 3GL (entrance 1 of the former Royal Infirmary building). Getting there: The nearest railway station (1/2 mile away) is Liverpool Lime Street (10 mins. walk; or by taxi from outside the station). Limited parking is available outside the Centre: please make arrangements in advance with the Centre (see website below or ring 0151 794 8060). For further details and directions, see www.foresightcentre.co.uk, and click on =91Location=92. For maps, see: http://www.foresightcentre.co.uk/pdf/faxmap.pdf Booking: Please contact Charlotte Berry, Joint Events Co-ordinator, on C.J.Berry@exeter.ac.uk or (01392) 263879 for further information and to reserve a place. Numbers are limited, so places should preferably be booked in advance to avoid disappointment. Please also mention any special dietary or access requirements you may have. =3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D Charlotte Berry (Joint Events Co-ordinator) SoA Registration Scheme Sub-Committee Charlotte Berry Archivist Special Collections Old Library University of Exeter Prince of Wales Road EXETER EX4 4SB tel: 01392 262096 or direct 01392 263879 fax: 01392 263871 email: C.J.Berry@exeter.ac.uk ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 10:58:00 +0100 Reply-To: Caroline Reed Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Caroline Reed Subject: ALM London - disaster preparedness Comments: To: "London Museums E List (E-mail)" MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53A8F.1DBD1A16" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53A8F.1DBD1A16 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear Colleagues, Please forward this message to the people in your organisation who have = responsibility for collection management and disaster preparedness = planning. I'd like to remind you that ALM London has negotiated a specially = discounted rate for Archives, Libraries and Museums within the 32 London = Boroughs and the Corporation of London, wishing to subscribe to Harwell = Drying and Restoration Service's Priority User Service. Organisations wishing to take up this offer should do so by Friday 15 = April. Disaster preparedness planning is a key element of responsible = collection management and perhaps especially critical for archives, = records departments, libraries and museums in the London region. For = museums, a comprehensive emergency plan has been introduced as a = requirement in the new MLA Accreditation Standard. ALM London is very pleased to have agreed a substantially discounted = rate for any archive, library or museum in the London region considering = subscribing to the Priority User service offered by Harwell Drying and = Restoration Services (HDRS), one of the country's leading specialists in = disaster recovery and emergency salvage services for paper based = records, library materials, textiles and other organic materials. We = would strongly urge you to look at the details of the offer to be found = on our website at You can find more information about Harwell and its services at: www.harwell-drying.demon.co.uk The offer is open to any archive, library or museum within the City of = London or the 32 London Boroughs. It applies to all sizes of service and = embraces both new and existing Harwell subscribers. If you have any further questions about the discount scheme or the = services HDRS provides, please contact Emma McKenzie at HDRS on 01235 = 432245 or at info@harwell-drying.co.uk = . If you would like to talk to ALM London about the offer, please contact = Caroline Reed, caroline.reed@almlondon.org.uk = , tel 020 7549 1714. We would also like to remind you that ALM London is running a disaster = preparedness training event on Tuesday 19th April. Please visit our = website for details: Yours, Caroline Reed Development Manager (Collections) ALM London .........................................................................= ................. Caroline Reed Development Manager > ALM London > Cloister Court > 22-26 Farringdon Lane > London EC1R 3AJ >=20 > Direct line: 020 7549 1714 > Main line: 020 7549 1700 > Fax: 020 7490 5225 Caroline.Reed@almlondon.org.uk www.almlondon.org.uk > ALM London (Archives, Libraries and Museums London) is the new = strategic development agency for archives, libraries and museums in = London. For further information please visit the website at = www.almlondon.org.uk >=20 > Legal Disclaimer: The information contained in this e-mail message is = intended only for the addresse. If you are not the intended recipient, = please note that any dissemination, distribution and copying of this = communication is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended = recipient please notify the sender immediately and then delete the = message and any associated files from your system. >=20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53A8F.1DBD1A16 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable ALM London - disaster preparedness

Dear = Colleagues,

Please forward this = message to the people in your organisation who have responsibility for = collection management and disaster preparedness = planning.

I’d like to remind = you that ALM London has negotiated a specially discounted rate for = Archives, Libraries and Museums within the 32 London Boroughs and the = Corporation of London, wishing to subscribe to Harwell Drying and = Restoration Service’s Priority User Service.

Organisations wishing = to take up this offer should do so by Friday 15 = April.

Disaster preparedness = planning is a key element of responsible collection management and = perhaps especially critical for archives, records departments, libraries = and museums in the London region. For museums, a comprehensive emergency = plan has been introduced as a requirement in the new MLA Accreditation = Standard.

ALM London is very pleased = to have agreed a substantially discounted rate for any archive, library = or museum in the London region considering subscribing to the Priority = User service offered by Harwell Drying and Restoration Services (HDRS), one of = the country’s leading specialists in disaster recovery and = emergency salvage services for paper based records, library materials, = textiles and other organic materials. We would strongly urge you to look = at the details of the offer to be found on our website = at

<http://www.almlondon.org.uk/news/index.cfm?ArticleID=3D726&Na= vigationID=3D5>

 You can find more = information about Harwell and its services at:

www.harwell-drying.demon.co.uk <http://www.harwell-drying.= demon.co.uk>


The offer is open to any = archive, library or museum within the City of London or the 32 London = Boroughs. It applies to all sizes of service and embraces both new and = existing Harwell subscribers.

If you have any further = questions about the discount scheme or the services HDRS provides, = please contact Emma McKenzie at HDRS on 01235 432245 or at = info@harwell-drying.co.uk <mailto:info@harwell-drying.co.u= k>.

If you would like to talk = to ALM London about the offer, please contact Caroline Reed, = caroline.reed@almlondon.org.uk = <mailto:caroline.reed@almlo= ndon.org.uk>, tel 020 7549 = 1714.

We would also like to = remind you that ALM London is running a disaster preparedness training = event on Tuesday 19th April. Please visit our website for = details:

<http://www.almlondon.org.uk/lmal/index.cfm?ArticleID=3D832&= NavigationID=3D103>


Yours,
Caroline = Reed
Development Manager = (Collections)
ALM London


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Caroline Reed
Development Manager
ALM = London
Cloister = Court
22-26 = Farringdon Lane
London = EC1R 3AJ

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C53A8F.1DBD1A16-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 12:47:33 +0100 Reply-To: Caroline Gould Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Caroline Gould Subject: Job Advertisements Reading Room Assistant and Visitor Services Assistant MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 I would be grateful if colleagues could circulate the following job advertisements for current vacancies at Museum of English Rural Life. They will not be advertised in ARC recruitment. Reading Room Assistant Closing Date: 13/04/2005 Reference Number: C0524 Department: University Museums and Collections Service, Museum of English Rural Life Post Type: Part time 24 hours per week, Fixed Term of 12 months from end April 2005 Payscale: Clerical Grade 2, =A311,960 to =A313,953 p.a. pro rata Contact Details: Application form and further details available from Personnel Office, The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 217, Reading, RG6 6AH. Telephone (0118) 378 6771 (answerphone). E-mail: Personnel@reading.ac.uk giving name and full address. Application forms and further particulars are also available from www.reading.ac.uk/Jobs. Please quote reference number. Description: You will assist researchers in accessing the Museum=92s library and archive collections and will undertake a variety of basic library and archive tasks, based in our premises at Redlands Road. Working hours are Tuesday- Friday 10am to 4.30pm (30 minutes for lunch). You should have a good general education, and be familiar with library and archive materials and information sources. Previous experience of working in a museum, library or archive would be desirable, but is not essential. The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to customer service, have a flexible attitude, excellent communication skills, knowledge of IT and enjoy working as part of a team. Further information about the Museum can be found at www.ruralhistory.org. Visitor Services Assistant Closing Date: 13/04/2005 Reference Number: C0525 Department: University Museum and Collections Service, Museum of English Rural Life Post Type: Part time 24 hours per week, Fixed-term for 12 months from end April 2005 Payscale: Clerical Grade 2, =A311,960 to =A313,953 p.a. pro rata Contact Details: Application form and further details available from Personnel Office, The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 217, Reading, RG6 6AH. Telephone (0118) 378 6771 (answerphone). E-mail: Personnel@reading.ac.uk giving name and full address. Application forms and further particulars are also available from www.reading.ac.uk/Jobs. Please quote reference number. Description: The Visitor Services Assistant will provide the first point of contact for visitors to the Museum or contacting MERL by telephone. Your role will include welcoming members of the public visiting the Museum and assisting their orientation around the building; registering researchers visiting the Reading Room; supervision of the Museum shop; and administrative support for the Museum events programmes, including group bookings and schools. Based in our new premises in Redlands Road. Working hours are Tuesday- Friday 10am to 4.30pm (30 minutes for lunch). You must demonstrate a commitment to customer service, have a flexible attitude, excellent communication skills, knowledge of IT and enjoy working as part of a team. Previous experience of working in a museum, library or archive would be desirable, but is not essential. Further information about the Museum can be found at www.ruralhistory.org Caroline Gould Archivist Museum of English Rural Life The University of Reading Redlands Road RG1 5EX Tel: 0118 378 8670 E-mail: c.l.gould@reading.ac.uk www.ruralhistory.org ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 10:33:43 -0400 Reply-To: Peter Kurilecz Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Peter Kurilecz Subject: Comparison site Comments: To: archives@listserv.muohio.edu, Records Management Program , RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The following link takes you to a website that allows you to do side by side comparisons of search results from Yahoo and Google. The site is called Yagoohoogle http://www.yagoohoogle.com/ have fun -- Peter Kurilecz Richmond, Va ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 20:36:47 -0400 Reply-To: pakurilecz@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: No Name Subject: RAIN 0406 Laptop stolen, Med records blowin in the wind, Robinson museum Comments: To: recmgmt-l@lists.ufl.edu, ARCHIVES@LISTSERV.MUOHIO.EDU, RECORDS-MANAGEMENT-UK@jiscmail.ac.uk Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable CHP deputy =C3=9E=C3=BCkr=C3=BC Elekda=C3=B0 called on the state archives= to be ... NTV MSNBC - Turkey ... Dink, said that the move of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo=C3=B0an = and opposition leader Deniz Baykal to call for the opening of the Ottoman archives and for ... See all stories on this topic: NSTP photo archives impress Raja Nazrin New Straits Times - Persekutuan,Malaysia ... the Raja Muda of Perak Raja Dr Nazrin Shah most on his first ever=20 visit to a newspaper office was the New Straits Times Press (M) Berhad's=20 extensive archives. ... RUSSIA * SECURITY * HISTORY * ARCHIVES RIA Novosti - Moscow,Russia ... has declassified materials on Soviet prisoners' resistance=20 activities in Nazi death camps during World War II, handing them over to the State Military Archives ... AN antacid for paper Globetechnology.com - Canada ... "Our new facility helps us better serve the preservation needs and interests of Canada's libraries and archives," Preservation=20 Technologies' James Burd said in ... FDR Library Blocks Social Security Forum Washington Post - USA To the already raucous fight over Social Security, add a new -- and=20 unlikely -- government agency: the National Archives and Records Administration. ... 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MEMORIES preserved online for rural villages Cambridge Evening News - Cambridge,England,UK ... The communities there can now preserve precious local archives in=20 the new ... County archivist Elizabeth Stazicker is delighted that the HLF funding has meant the ... ARCHIVE specialists pass on skills to local historians Narooma News - Narooma,New South Wales,Australia ... State Records Senior Archivist Lindsay Allen and National Archives Assistant Director Fiona Burn will talk about the records each=20 institution holds and what ... DOCUMENTS from Country's Oldest Synagogue On-Line Scotsman - UK ... City archivist Sam Johnston said: "I hope that Access to Archives=20 will open up more of the office's material to the public and I would urge=20 novices and ... TOO late, FDR site approves meeting Poughkeepsie Journal - Poughkeepsie,NY,USA ... acting on advice of the general counsel of the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington. 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MEDICAL Records Found Blowing In Downtown Streets NewsNet5.com - Cleveland,OH,USA Reporter Michelle Relerford said the station got a phone call about at about 4 pm saying there were medical records blowing all over the=20 streets. ... VITAL Records Management: Don't Get Distracted by SOX Accountingweb.com - Indianapolis,IN,USA ... in both in terms of the "big picture" vision and the details of=20 storage, Van Carlisle, CEO of Fire King, a security and records management group, told the ... MISSING earl's mobile phone records led police to body Guardian - UK ... overgrown with dense vegetation. "We managed to find a trace on the computer records which pointed us to that area. He had not made ... CAL laptop security put under microscope Oakland Tribune - Oakland,CA,USA BERKELEY -- UC Berkeley's chancellor has called for an outside auditor to examine the university's handling of personal computer records=20 following the recent ... EDDIE Robinson museum in limbo CNN/SI - USA ... Obviously the security there would not be museum quality.". The=20 Grambling police would provide security, said Florent Hardy, a state archivist. ... GRAMBLING plans for Robinson exhibit Monroe News Star - Monroe,LA,USA ... Florent Hardy, a state archivist, offered to have a member of his=20 staff bring memorabilia being held in Baton Rouge to display in this temporary exhibit ... CBC Nova Scotia, Tue, 05 Apr 2005 1:46 PM PDT Asbestos forces shutdown of archives http://novascotia.cbc.ca/regional/servlet/View?filename=3Dns-asbestos2005= 0405&ref=3Drss HALIFAX =C3=A2=E2=82=AC=E2=80=9C The province's public archives have been= closed for safety reasons after asbestos was released into the air. "It is essential to=20 err on the side of caution when it involves the health and safety of employees=20 and the public," Brian Speirs, provincial archivist, said in a news release. Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA Richmond, Va pakurilecz@aol.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 10:22:43 +0100 Reply-To: Teresa Maley Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Teresa Maley Subject: Archivist Posts in the Scottish Borders MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Vacancies for two archivists =96 Heritage Hub, Hawick, Scottish Borders There are two vacancies for archivists to contribute to the new Scottish Borders Archive and Local and Family History Centre =96 known as the Heritag= e Hub.The Heritage Hub is part of the larger Heart of Hawick cultural and regeneration project and is supported by substantial grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and European Union Structural Funds Programme. Archive Manager =A323,739 - =A330,288 Hawick You will be responsible for developing and implementing the plans for the Heritage Hub including managing the work of the project team and developing the potential audience base. Once the Heritage Hub is open you will be responsible for the management and development of the building, staff and access to the collections, for the preservation and security of all archive and local history materials. You must be educated to degree level, have a Diploma in Archive Administration and be a Member of the Society of Archivists. A minimum of three years archive experience and proven project management experience is essential. Closing date 3 May 2005 Archivist =A320,808 - =A323,034 Temporary until 30 April 2009 Hawick You will assist the Archive Manager and be particularly responsible for the day to day supervision of the remainder of the project team. You will be educated to degree level and have a minimum of two years archive experience.Closing date 3 May 2005 Further details, contacts and job application forms should be on the Scottish Borders Council website from 7th April http://www.scotborders.gov.uk/council/vacancies/generalvacancies/default.htm= l These posts will also be advertised in ARC recruitment ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 10:40:28 +0100 Reply-To: Gary Collins Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Gary Collins Subject: Job in Greece MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_001E_01C53B5E.3744AF60" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_001E_01C53B5E.3744AF60 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I've just come across this message on the CILIP listserv about an = archives/RM post in Greece. Did I miss something? I don't recall this = being advertised. Closing date was 21 March! http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=3Dind0503&L=3Dlis-cilip&T=3D= 0&F=3D&S=3D&P=3D298 Regards, Gary Gary Collins Project Officer Access to Mineral Heritage (a Coal Authority project) 22 Queen Mary's Drive Port Sunlight Wirral Merseyside CH62 5DS prooff@amhweb.org.uk 0151 643 1668 (tel & fax) 07875 239536 (mobile) http://www.mininghistory.org.uk ------=_NextPart_000_001E_01C53B5E.3744AF60 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
I've just come across this message on = the CILIP=20 listserv about an archives/RM post in Greece. Did I miss something? I = don't=20 recall this being advertised. Closing date was 21 March!
 
http://www.jiscmail.ac.= uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=3Dind0503&L=3Dlis-cilip&T=3D0&F=3D&= ;S=3D&P=3D298
 
Regards,
 
Gary
 
Gary Collins
Project = Officer
Access to=20 Mineral Heritage (a Coal Authority project)
22 Queen Mary's = Drive
Port=20 Sunlight
Wirral
Merseyside
CH62 5DS
 
prooff@amhweb.org.uk
0151 643 1668 = (tel &=20 fax)
07875 239536 (mobile)
http://www.mininghistory.org.uk
------=_NextPart_000_001E_01C53B5E.3744AF60-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 11:30:49 +0100 Reply-To: Anne Taylor Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Anne Taylor Subject: Maps training course 1-2 June Edinburgh Comments: To: SCOTSLINK@JISCMAIL.AC.UK, GEM@JISCMAIL.AC.UK, carto-soc@sheffield.ac.uk, lis-maps@JISCMAIL.AC.UK, libergdc-dg@nls.uk, maphist@geog.uu.nl, maps-l@listserv.uga.edu, ordnancemaps@yahoogroups.co.uk Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Apologies for cross posting. Further to my previous announcement I am pleased to say that the full=20 programme and the registration form for this course are now available at=20 http://www.cartography.org.uk/Pages/Membership/Curators/Training.html You will also find here some additional notes for attendees and a=20 flier/poster to advertise the course - please display or distribute copies= =20 if you have an opportunity. The course is organised by the Map Curators' Group of the British=20 Cartographic Society for all those with maps in their care. DETAILS =93Wired for Maps: A basic course on electronic cartographic materials for= =20 map curators, librarians and archivists=94 1-2 June 2005, Edinburgh The Map Curators=92 Group of the British Cartographic Society is holding a training course on electronic cartographic materials for all librarians, archivists, curators =AD in fact anyone who has maps in their care. The course will be held in the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh and will start after lunch on Wednesday 1 June with a session entitled Digitisation of material from your own collections. This aims to give some practical advice on how to plan and implement digitisation projects. The course will continue the following morning with a session on Organisation and acquisition of digital data. This will include a look at how to make the most of GIS technologies in the library, a discussion of metadata and a look at some of the map images that are already available on the web. You do not need to be a member of the British Cartographic Society to attend. The closing date for booking is 15 May 2005. The charge for the whole course is =A355 (registration for part of the programme is also possible). The full programme and registration form are= =20 available at http://www.cartography.org.uk/Pages/Membership/Curators/Training.html Or contact Anne Taylor (details below) for paper copies or if you need more information. Some advice on accommodation will be sent with the confirmation of your booking. Edinburgh is a lovely city to visit and is accessible from most parts of the country by train, plane and road. We hope that running the course over two days will assist those who need to travel some distance and will give attendees an opportunity to network informally on the Wednesday evening. Come along and share your experiences and talk through issues with some friendly faces. Anne Taylor Head of Map Department, Cambridge University Library, West Road, Cambridge= =20 CB3 9DR Tel: 01223-333041. Fax: 01223-333160. email: aemt2@cam.ac.uk http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/maps/Home.htm=20 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 15:34:49 +0100 Reply-To: k.shawcross@SUTTON.GOV.UK Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Kath Shawcross Subject: film conversion MIME-version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable Can anyone recommend firms for the conversion of 8/9=2E5mm film to video/DVD=2E L= ondon/Surrey area preferred but will consider anything really! Do any of the regi= onal film archives undertake such work?=20= (there isn't one in London)=2E BFI? Many thanks, Kath Ms Kathleen Shawcross Borough Archivist & Local Studies Manager London Borough of Sutton, Central Library, St Nicholas Way, SUTTON, Surrey SM1 1E= A Tel: +44 (020 8770 4745), FAX: (020 8770 4777) web site: www=2Esutton=2Egov=2Euk ************************************************************************* This email and the information it contains are confidential and intended solely for the exclusive use of the individual to whom it is addressed=2E If you are not the intended recipient, this email should not be copied, forwarded, or printed for any purpose, or the contents disclosed to any other person=2E If you have received this email in error, please notify the London Borough of Sutton immediately on +44 (020) 8770 5612 or email ITsecurity@sutton=2Egov=2Euk and then delete the email=2E Although the London Borough of Sutton operates anti-virus programmes, it does not accept any responsibility for any damage whatsoever that is caused by viruses being passed=2E ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 16:21:07 +0100 Reply-To: "Grant E. L. Buttars" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Grant E. L. Buttars" Organization: Edinburgh University Library Subject: Re: film conversion In-Reply-To: MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit As far as I know, DVD is not yet seem as a preservation medium. It and video would is certainly alright for providing access. If anyone knows or could point me towards guidance on the preservation of moving images I would be very greatful. Regards, --------------------------------- Grant E. L. Buttars Deputy University Archivist Special Collections Edinburgh University Library George Square Edinburgh EH8 9LJ http://www.lib.ed.ac.uk/speccoll/eua/ tel: 0131 651 3852 > -----Original Message----- > From: Archivists, conservators and records managers. > [mailto:ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Kath Shawcross > Sent: 07 April 2005 15:35 > To: ARCHIVES-NRA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK > Subject: film conversion > > > Can anyone recommend firms for the conversion of 8/9.5mm film > to video/DVD. London/Surrey area preferred but will consider > anything really! Do any of the regional film archives > undertake such work? (there isn't one in London). BFI? > > Many thanks, > > Kath > > Ms Kathleen Shawcross > Borough Archivist & Local Studies Manager > London Borough of Sutton, Central Library, St Nicholas Way, > SUTTON, Surrey SM1 1EA > > Tel: +44 (020 8770 4745), FAX: (020 8770 4777) > web site: www.sutton.gov.uk > > ************************************************************** > *********** > > This email and the information it contains are confidential > and intended solely for the exclusive use of the individual > to whom it is addressed. If you are not the intended > recipient, this email should not be copied, forwarded, or > printed for any purpose, or the contents disclosed to any > other person. If you have received this email in error, > please notify the London Borough of Sutton immediately on +44 > (020) 8770 5612 or email ITsecurity@sutton.gov.uk and then > delete the email. > > Although the London Borough of Sutton operates anti-virus > programmes, it does not accept any responsibility for any > damage whatsoever that is caused by viruses being passed. > > ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 16:18:48 +0100 Reply-To: Annie Lindsay Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Annie Lindsay Subject: Commercial storage Dear Colleagues, I know this is a topic that has come up before.... We are currently looking into the possibility of storing our semi-current records off-site. Please could people send me some details of companies they use, with rough costs and their experiences of the said company. Can you send the details to annie.lindsay@uclh.org Many thanks in anticipation. Annie Lindsay UCLH NHS Foundation Trust ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 16:39:55 +0100 Reply-To: "Dreghorn, Brenda" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Dreghorn, Brenda" Subject: Disaster training DVDs? MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53B88.0BE0D1E0" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53B88.0BE0D1E0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Could anyone recommend a DVD on disaster response and recovery training for archive staff please? Brenda Dreghorn Senior Conservator Cumbria Records Centre Conservation Unit=0D Ashley St Carlisle Cumbria CA2 7BD 01228 60 7281 ***************************************************************************= * This e-mail contains confidential information (which may also be legally=0D privileged) and is intended solely for the use of the intended named= recipient.=0D If you are not the intended recipient you may not disclose, copy,= distribute=0D or retain any part of this message or its attachments. If youhave received= =0D this message in error, please notify the sender immediately by using the= reply=0D facility in your e-mail software. All copies of the message received in= error=0D should be destroyed. Any views or opinions expressed are solely those of= the=0D original author. This email message has been scanned for viruses, and= declared=0D to be virus free at the point of exit from Cumbria County Council's= network.=0D ***************************************************************************= ***** ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53B88.0BE0D1E0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Disaster training DVDs?

Could= anyone recommend a DVD on disaster response and recovery training for archive staff= please?

Brenda= Dreghorn

Senior Conservator

Cumbria Records Centre

Conservation Unit

Ashley St

Carlisle

Cumbria CA2 7BD

01228= 60 7281

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------_=_NextPart_001_01C53B88.0BE0D1E0-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 16:48:35 +0100 Reply-To: "Hall, Martin" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Hall, Martin" Subject: Interviewer Position: Everyman Theatre Archive, Liverpool John Moores University MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53B89.4246B755" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53B89.4246B755 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable =20 ole0.bmp Liverpool John Moores University=20 Interviewer (1-year fixed term)=20 =A318,777 - =A328,360=20 maximum starting salary =A322,507=20 Please quote Ref : B6898NR=20 The School of Media, Critical and Creative Arts has received an AHRB = Resource Enhancement award to produce an online Electronic Catalogue of = the Archive of the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool (1964-2000). The = Interviewer will carry out video interviews with key figures in the = history of the Everyman. You should have experience of video (preferably) or oral history = interviewing, and of accessioning, summarising and copying recorded = interviews; and have an appropriate range of IT skills, including = word-processing and database use. Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Ros Merkin on 0151 231 5064, = r.merkin@livjm.ac.uk.=20 Closing date: 28 April 2005.=20 Further particulars and application forms are available from and = applications to Personnel, Liverpool John Moores University, Rodney = House, 70 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5UX. Tel: 0151 231 3166 or 0151 231 3518 (24 hour answerphone).=20 www.livjm.ac.uk/inside/jobs/ Email: jobs@livjm.ac.uk=20 JMU is committed to achieving equality of opportunity.=20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53B89.4246B755 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Interviewer Position: Everyman Theatre Archive, Liverpool John = Moores University

 

3Dole0.bmp=20

Liverpool=20 John Moores University

Interviewer (1-year fixed = term)

=A318,777 - =A328,360
maximum=20 starting salary =A322,507

Please quote Ref : B6898NR

The School of Media, Critical and Creative Arts = has=20 received an AHRB Resource Enhancement award to produce an online = Electronic=20 Catalogue of the Archive of the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool = (1964-2000). =20 The Interviewer will carry out video interviews with key figures in = the=20 history of the Everyman.

You should have experience of video (preferably) = or oral=20 history interviewing, and of accessioning, summarising and copying = recorded=20 interviews; and have an appropriate range of IT skills, including=20 word-processing and database use.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Ros Merkin = on 0151=20 231 5064, r.merkin@livjm.ac.uk.

Closing date: 28 April 2005.

Further particulars and application = forms are=20 available from and applications to Personnel, Liverpool John Moores=20 University, Rodney House, 70 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 = 5UX.

Tel: 0151 231 3166 or 0151 231=20 3518    (24 hour answerphone).
www.livjm.ac.uk/inside/jobs/    Email: jobs@livjm.ac.uk

JMU is committed to achieving equality = of=20 opportunity.


------_=_NextPart_001_01C53B89.4246B755-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 16:50:26 +0100 Reply-To: "Hall, Martin" Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: "Hall, Martin" Subject: Interviewer Position: Everyman Theatre Archive, Liverpool John Moores University MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Liverpool John Moores University Interviewer (1-year fixed term) =A318,777 - =A328,360=20 maximum starting salary =A322,507 Please quote Ref : B6898NR The School of Media, Critical and Creative Arts has received an AHRB = Resource Enhancement award to produce an online Electronic Catalogue of = the Archive of the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool (1964-2000). The = Interviewer will carry out video interviews with key figures in the = history of the Everyman. You should have experience of video (preferably) or oral history = interviewing, and of accessioning, summarising and copying recorded = interviews; and have an appropriate range of IT skills, including = word-processing and database use. Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Ros Merkin on 0151 231 5064, = r.merkin@livjm.ac.uk. Closing date: 28 April 2005. Further particulars and application forms are available from and = applications to Personnel, Liverpool John Moores University, Rodney = House, 70 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5UX. Tel: 0151 231 3166 or 0151 231 3518 (24 hour answerphone). www.livjm.ac.uk/inside/jobs/ Email: jobs@livjm.ac.uk JMU is committed to achieving equality of opportunity. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 23:30:45 EDT Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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International=20 Herald Tribune, Wed, 06 Apr 2005 4:46 PM PDT
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Cornell=20 Daily Sun, Thu, 07 Apr 2005 3:04 AM PDT
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Dover=20 Post, Wed, 06 Apr 2005 10:25 AM PDT
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WILL=20 Old Rulings Play a Role In Terror Cases?
Wall Street Journal (subscriptio= n) -=20 New York,NY,USA
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TO=20 spur rebuilding, Indonesians struggle to salvage records
ABC News -=20 USA
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THE=20 Archivist
Slate - USA
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MO.=20 Prosecutor Criticizes Open Records Law
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MOZART=20 Score May Have Been Uncovered
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NORTH=20 Franklin authority moving records
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From: Amy Millis Subject: Understanding ISO 15489 and Planning a Taxonomy - two courses com ing up at TFPL in London MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53C4C.213DDA90" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53C4C.213DDA90 Content-Type: text/plain *****apologies for cross-posting***** There are still places available on the following courses. For more information and to book a place, follow the links or call the training team on 020 7251 5522 or email amy.millis@tfpl.com You can book by fax using the form at the back of our training brochure or complete our short on-line booking form - just follow the links. Both of these events are being held at the TFPL training suite, near Farringdon Station in London. 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------_=_NextPart_001_01C53C4C.213DDA90-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 15:36:18 +0000 Reply-To: Isobel Watson Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Isobel Watson Subject: Restructuring of archives service at L B Hackney Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable FROM THE FRIENDS OF HACKNEY ARCHIVES List members may wish to know about a current restructuring of the servic= e=20 at Hackney. I had expected an announcement to come from the Council, but= in=20 its absence my understanding of the position may, faute de mieux, be of=20 interest. Hackney Council=92s Community and Leisure Directorate, within which the=20 Archives forms an independent unit, has been working on an internal=20 reorganisation since the summer of 2004. Some results of this have now=20 become clear. From 1st May, Hackney Archives Department will form part of= =20 the reorganised Libraries Archives and Information Service. The Head of=20 Archives post is being abolished, a new post of Principal Archivist with=20 primary professional responsibility for the service (but on a lower pay=20 scale) being put in it its place. The Principal Archivist will report to = the=20 Archives and Information Manager, another new post, whose portfolio will=20 also include library computer systems, digital development and informatio= n=20 management. The Archives and Information Manager will be one of three sen= ior=20 managers under the new Head of Libraries Archives and Information, Nicola= =20 Baker. The Friends expressed to Carole Stewart, the Assistant Director piloting=20 this restructuring, our view that we see little benefit to the Archives i= n=20 being (in effect) buried under extra layers of Libraries management, when= =20 the Department has been so successful =96 and so widely recognised =96 fo= r its=20 achievements and innovation as an independent unit. She has replied that=20 =91the role and importance of Hackney Archives is not being diminished an= d=20 will continue to contribute to the work of the Directorate at a senior an= d=20 influential level within the organisation=92. As his post will no longer exist on 1 May, David Mander has in effect bee= n=20 made redundant, and will be leaving the Council later that month. List=20 members will be very aware of the outstanding leadership David has given = to=20 the Department over 22 hard-working years, and of course we see him go wi= th=20 almost inexpressible regret. We are however no less dismayed by the=20 Directorate=92s failure to ensure that the shape of revised arrangements = for=20 the Archives staff was settled in good time to ensure continuity in and=20 maintenance of the service. Though Ted Rogers and Elizabeth Green, in bot= h=20 of whom the Friends have great confidence, remain in post, we would have=20 expected the new Principal Archivist to be identified by now, but it has=20 only very recently been decided that this post should be advertised. Two contracted staff members have recently left at the end of their=20 contracts. Reduction in staff numbers makes more limited opening hours=20 inevitable, and as numbers fall it is harder to guarantee maintaining=20 advertised opening times. A worrying position has been belatedly=20 ameliorated, as Sally England, who has made such a thorough and imaginati= ve=20 job of creating the WebCat, has had her contract extended to the end of=20 June. We must put our trust in Nicola Baker, who takes up her appointment= as=20 Head of Libraries Archives and Information on 18 April, to end, as swiftl= y=20 as possible, the present uncertainty for the shape of the future service. Isobel Watson Chair, Friends of Hackney Archives ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 9 Apr 2005 11:07:33 +0100 Reply-To: Bridget Hanley Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." From: Bridget Hanley Subject: permissions to publish MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C53CEB.F2C2A1F0" This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C53CEB.F2C2A1F0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" I have been asked to revise our permissions to publish form and would welcome suggestions and examples from colleagues who have a similar document. 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From: Kath Shawcross Subject: film conversion MIME-version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable Colleagues I was asked to provide a summary of responses I received regarding the conversion= of film to DVD/Video in the London/SE area=2E Firstly - there is clearly concern over the reliability of DVD and Video and a nu= mber of people commented on it not necessarily being a long-term solution but per= fectly good for use in=20= events/exhibitions etc=2E For advice or actual film conversion the following were suggested: - Frank Gray at South East Film and Video Archive sefva@brighton=2Eac=2Euk - Tim-Emblem English at the BBC Post-Production unit, tim=2Eemblem-english@bbc=2E= co=2Euk - The Television Set' -Newman St W1=2E 7637 3322=2E(www=2Ethetelevisionset=2Eco=2E= uk ) - Video Station Ltd=2E 77 Oxford Street, but actually their workshop is in Basild= on=2E Larry Jamieson is the contact person and the two numbers are 020 7659 2002 or better 01268 558843 - BFI and the Imperial War Museum Department of Film are usually willing to advis= e colleagues on prservation issues=2E Contact at BFI is Patrick Russell, who wrot= e a guideline document in support of ALM=20= London's current options appraisal project on the establishment of a London regio= n film archive (patrick=2Erussell@bfi=2Eorg=2Euk) Contact ALM for copy of documen= t=2E Department of Film Contact for Non-commercial enquiries: tel + 44 (0)20 7416 5294= /3; fax + 44 (0)20 7416 5299; e-mail film@iwm=2Eorg=2Euk=2E Kath Ms Kathleen Shawcross Borough Archivist & Local Studies Manager London Borough of Sutton Local Studies Centre, Central Library, St Nicholas Way,=20= SUTTON, Surrey SM1 1EA Tel: +44 (020 8770 4745), FAX: (020 8770 4777) web site: www=2Esutton=2Egov=2Euk ************************************************************************* This email and the information it contains are confidential and intended solely for the exclusive use of the individual to whom it is addressed=2E If you are not the intended recipient, this email should not be copied, forwarded, or printed for any purpose, or the contents disclosed to any other person=2E If you have received this email in error, please notify the London Borough of Sutton immediately on +44 (020) 8770 5612 or email ITsecurity@sutton=2Egov=2Euk and then delete the email=2E Although the London Borough of Sutton operates anti-virus programmes, it does not accept any responsibility for any damage whatsoever that is caused by viruses being passed=2E ========================================================================= Date: Sat, 9 Apr 2005 21:28:47 EDT Reply-To: PAKURILECZ@AOL.COM Sender: "Archivists, conservators and records managers." 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