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Subject:

Conference in October

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Jan Pimblett <[log in to unmask]>

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Jan Pimblett <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 20 Aug 2004 12:02:17 +0100

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University Challenges!
The Institute of Education and the Archives for Education and Learning
Group present a day of creative collaborations between HE tutors and
archivists.

14th October 2004
9.30am-4pm

Institute of Education
23-29, Emerald Street. London. WC1N 3QS.

University Challenges will bring together archivists and academics from
across the country for a day of case studies, workshops and discussions.
Effective collaborations between HE institutions and archives will unlock
fabulous resources for archive educators, HE tutors and, most importantly,
their students. There will be opportunities to hear the latest approaches
to working with archives in HE settings plus opportunities to explore
practical and exciting ways forward, including working on a best practice
toolkit for archivists and tutors working in the sector.

The Archives for Education and Learning Group (AfELG) of the Society of
Archivists have been meeting with a group of HE archivists for some time
to discuss best practice for the promotion and use of archives within
higher education. University Challenges marks the first public forum based
on this work.

Speakers will include:

Dr Mike Winstanley, Senior Lecturer in History at Lancaster University,
currently undertaking an HEFCE National Teaching Fellowship during which
he is exploring the use of archival resources for local history.

Ms Nicky Sugar, Head of Archives and Records Management, Royal Holloway,
University of London. Nicky has worked extensively with undergraduate and
postgraduate students at RHUL and other institutions on a range of
projects involving archive collections.

Ms Victoria Killick, Archivist at the School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine, University of London. Victoria will discuss her experience of
making archives accessible.

Dr Nick Barratt, reader adviser at The National Archives and the designer
of the ARTS (Archival Research, Techniques and Skills) Scheme. Dr Barratt
has also done extensive work on the BBC House Histories programmes.

Cost: 35 / Special student rate 20. Fee includes lunch and refreshments

Booking form:

Please send a cheque for 35 / 20 made payable to the Institute of
Education along with this form to Sarah Aitchison, Archivist, Institute of
Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H OAL

Name:
_______________________________________________________________________

Address:
_____________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
__

Institution: _____________________________
Post Held: ____________________________

Tel: ______________________________
email: ______________________________________

Students only - NUS number: _____________
University: _______________________________

Special Dietary Requirements:
_______________________________________________________

We would like to distribute the delegate list along with other information
amongst those attending University Challenges. The list will not be
circulated elsewhere. Are you happy for your details to be circulated?
YES _____    NO _____

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