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Re: ARCHIVES-NRA Digest - 20 Mar 2016 to 21 Mar 2016 (#2016-75)

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Hi there,

For some reason I have stopped receiving the daily emails.
Is there any reason for this?

Thank you

Zoe Dickinson
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Subject: ARCHIVES-NRA Digest - 20 Mar 2016 to 21 Mar 2016 (#2016-75)

There are 12 messages totaling 2030 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. 'Activation and Impact' - IRMS sponsored bursary available
  2. Aliss visit Queens square Library (incorporating museum and archives of
     UCL Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and
     Neurosurgery) 13th April
  3. Job Advert: Records and Freedom of Information Manager, the National
     Portrait Gallery
  4. Archiving online newsletter
  5. OFFICIAL: Records Manager post - Plymouth
  6. DPC Announces 'Getting Started with Digital Preservation' roadshow series
     for 2016, registration opens for London event
  7. Copyright query
  8. RVS Heritage Bulletin Blog
  9. Copyright query: Update
 10. Job Opportunity: Archive Curator at Tate Britain
 11. AtoM
 12. Job Vacancy: Coventry Re-post [posted on behalf of Maria Gibson]

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 00:11:34 +0000
From:    "Patricia Whatley (Staff)" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 'Activation and Impact' - IRMS sponsored bursary available

*With apologies for cross-posting*

The UK and Ireland Forum for Archives and Records Management Education and Research (FARMER), in conjunction with the Centre for Archive and Information Studies, University of Dundee, is hosting an international conference on 5-6 April in Dundee on the subject 'Activation and impact: the societal role of records and record-keepers’.

Two conference bursaries, which cover the full registration fee and conference dinner are available for those who cannot source alternative funding. Please note the bursaries do not cover accommodation. A range of hotels and guest houses is available on the conference web site.

To apply please email Craig at [log in to unmask] with your name, organisation and 150 words by Monday 28 March on why you want to attend and what the benefits of attendance will be for you. We will inform the successful applicants by Friday 31 March.

We would like to thank our principal sponsors:

  *    The Information and Records Management Society (IRMS)  http://www.irms.org.uk/
  *   The School of Humanities, University of Dundee http://www.dundee.ac.uk/humanities/
  *   Culture & Information and the Library & Learning Centre, University of Dundee http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cultureandinformation


Details of the conference are below.

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UK and Ireland Forum for Archives and Records Management Education and Research International Conference: 'Activation and Impact: the societal role of records and record-keepers', 5-6 April 2016, Dundee


Keynote speaker Elizabeth Emmerson, Chief Archivist, United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, will join a range of international speakers to discuss the conference theme, 'Activation and Impact: the societal role of records and record-keepers'. Elizabeth will examine the importance of records and record-keeping to the UN Tribunals. The conference is an opportunity to explore the meaning and impact of records for individuals and society as a whole.

Other speakers / sessions include:


     *   Professor Sue McKemmish & Dr Joanne Evans, Monash University, Australia and Prof. Anne Gilliland, University of California, Los Angeles, ‘What do Records do in People’s Lives That Nothing Else Does?’
     *   Dr Hugh Hagan, National Records of Scotland, ‘A Moral Imperative? The Impact of the Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011 Beyond Record Keepers’
     *   Kim Arnold, The Presbyterian Church in Canada Archives, ‘Building Community with Records: Transitioning From Litigation to Healing and Reconciliation’
     *   Prof Elizabeth Shepherd, University College, London, ‘Trusting Government Administrative Data: Managing Disclosure Risk’,
     *   Alan Bell, University of Dundee, ‘A Solution in Search of a Problem? After Ten years of FOI, do Publication Schemes have any Purpose?'
     *   Katharine Stevenson, Lloyds Banking Group, UK, '#recordsmanagement in a Web 2.0 world: how society categorises information today'
     *   Dr Andrew Flinn, University College London, ‘The Impact of Archives and Record Keepers in Social Justice Struggles and Campaigns’
     *   Dr Jenny Bunn, University College, London, ‘Speaking as a Curatorial Agent: Trying to Represent (Claim?) the Archival Voice’
     *   Prof Michael Moss/Dr David Thomas, Northumbria University and Tim Gollins, National Records of Scotland, ‘They Seek Him Here, They Seek Him There, Those Junkies Seek Him Everywhere, is He in Heaven or is He in Hell? That Damned Elusive Email Thread’
     *   Dr Jeannette Bastian, Simmons College, Boston, USA (with Dr Andrew Flinn) ‘Teaching Record Values, Learning Social Values: Archival Education Through a Panoptic Lens'

    11.  Professor Eric Ketelaar, University of Amsterdam, 'The agency of the archiver'


For the full programme and information about registration and accommodation go to http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cais/conference/activationandimpact/








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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 08:38:39 +0000
From:    "Dawson,H" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Aliss visit Queens square Library (incorporating museum and archives of UCL Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery) 13th April




ALISS (Association of Librarians and Information professionals in the Social Sciences).  Visit to Queens Square Library 13th April 3.00-4.30pm

http://www.alissnet.org.uk<%0dhttp:/www.alissnet.org.uk> are pleased to announce an opportunity to visit the

The Queen Square Library , Museum and archives
is a joint resource between the UCL Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, and is the recognised specialist Library for Neurology within the University of London. The Library's collection primarily covers neurology, neurosurgery and neuroscience. The printed collection is composed of approximately 15,000 bound journals, 63 current print journal subscriptions, 18,500 books and monographs, including a unique collection of 3,000 specialist, rare and historical books and papers.

The Library also houses and manages a fascinating and unique collection of archives belonging to the National Hospital, including 1,500 volumes of case notes dating from the founding of the Hospital in 1860, as well as minute books, photographs, maps and plans. The Library holds regular exhibitions showcasing the contribution of key figures from Queen Square's history. Further details can be found on the Queen Square Archives website: http://www.queensquare.org.uk/archives

Address:
Queen Square Library, Archive & Museum
UCL Institute of Neurology & The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery (UCLH)
1st Floor, 23 Queen Square, London WC1N 3BG.



Details of how to get here can be found at: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ion/library/lib-info#contact




The visit will offer the opportunity to view and find out more about the collection as well as to meet staff
There is no charge for aliss members
Non members £5
To  reserve a place please contact:
Heather Dawson
ALISS Secretary
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British Library of Political and Economic Science
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London
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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 08:36:56 +0000
From:    Bryony Millan <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job Advert: Records and Freedom of Information Manager, the National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery’s Heinz Archive and Library is an important research facility housing a unique collection of reference material relating to British portraiture including 80,000 prints and drawings, 600,000 photographic and other reproductions of portraits, a small collection of artists’ papers and research papers, the official records of the Gallery and a library of 35,000 books and 150 periodical titles.

Records and Freedom of Information Manager Records
£34,711 per annum
Full-time
Permanent

The National Portrait Gallery is currently seeking an experienced and committed Records and Freedom of Information Manager to manage the business records of the Gallery according to institutional, statutory and fiscal requirements. Working closely with the Archivist and all departments, the post holder will be responsible for the development and implementation of an effective records management policy and efficient procedures for the maintenance and disposition of the Gallery’s semi-current and current records in all formats.  The post holder will also oversee and supervise all Freedom of Information Act requests received by the Gallery, and advise colleagues on complex issues relating to Freedom of Information, Data Protection Act and PCI compliance.

The successful candidate will possess a post-graduate qualification in Records Management and have significant experience working as a Records Manager or in a post with similar responsibilities, ideally in a museum or heritage organisation or similar environment. In-depth knowledge of Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation, and proven practical experience of handling FOI requests is crucial, along with a high level of proficiency working with records management systems and knowledge of email management and data storage. Excellent communication and project management skills are also essential.

Full details of this and all other employment opportunities at the Gallery can be viewed at our website www.npg.org.uk/jobs, or requested by e-mailing: [log in to unmask]

Closing date for returned applications is 9.00am on Wednesday 6 April 2016. Currently we are expecting to hold interviews on Tuesday 12 April 2016. Please indicate on the form if you will not be available on this particular date.

The Gallery is committed to equality and is a member of the Employers’ Forum on Disability, Race for Opportunity and the Equality Exchange.

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 10:33:12 +0000
From:    Katy de la Riviere <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Archiving online newsletter

Good morning,

Many of the documents that previously recorded the happenings of my organisations are no longer created and the events of the week are instead captured together in one digital newsletter. I'd be delighted to find a way to store and access these digital newsletters effectively within the archive.

I'd be interested to hear how other archive professionals save digital newsletters. We don't have a large budget and it's fair to say my working knowledge of digital preservation is fairly thin on the ground so I'd be pleased to hear of budget and 'dummies guide to digital preservation' options.

Best wishes

Katy

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 11:25:28 +0000
From:    "Blight, Louisa" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: OFFICIAL: Records Manager post - Plymouth

I would like to draw list-members' attention to the following post being advertised via the Plymouth City Council job vacancies website: https://plymouthcitycouncil.engageats.co.uk/.


Corporate Records Manager TC/066

Ballard House Fixed Term Contract for up to 2 years 37 hours per week Grade H £30,978-£34,746

Role Profile<https://plymouthcitycouncil.engageats.co.uk/ViewAttachment.aspx?enc=jmxpV+AcVus8i/wvT3FZXrrCOvCUGNWd9uca/tGZrAIT799JpzFCGJbSmWDhNs0G+PRapyh2eqLjIun5bEg0Aatu7t5VUWLJoYJfMTo//AHJqpIkbIy+aCQFhAoOEAig>

Plymouth City Council is looking to recruit a Records Manager, responsible for our records management programme and its associated policies and procedures and ensuring that the Council complies with Data Protection Regulations, and is able to efficiently manage all corporate files and records.

Initially a 2 year fixed contract, the role is new to the Council, and offers exciting opportunities, initially starting with leading a project to rationalise all physical storage.

The role will be responsible for the retention schedules and storage of semi current and permanent records, the post holder will advise and guide staff on the management of their records, develop and implement a records management strategy, serve as the council's technical expert on corporate electronic and non-electronic records management issues, and will ensure the development, establishment, maintenance, and monitoring of effective systems of administrative control for all records.

This position is not suitable for job share.

For further details please contact Mike Hocking on 01752 304967.

Closing date 29 March 2016.

Interviews week commencing 18 April 2016.


Louisa Blight
Collections Manager
Economic Development
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth & West Devon Record Office
Unit 3
Clare Place
Coxside
Plymouth
PL4 0JW

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 11:48:50 +0000
From:    Sharon McMeekin <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: DPC Announces 'Getting Started with Digital Preservation' roadshow series for 2016, registration opens for London event

*apologies for cross posting*

The DPC is pleased to announce the schedule for its 'Getting Started with Digital Preservation' roadshow series for 2016, with registration now open for the first event in London.

About 'Getting Started....'
This day long introduction assumes no prior knowledge except a willingness to engage with digital preservation. Through a series of presentations, case studies and exercises, participants will learn how to apply techniques of assessment, risk management and planning to help secure their digital collections. Presentations and exercises will help participants:

·       Understand the range of issues associated with digital preservation

·       Survey and characterize a digital collection

·       Undertake preliminary risk assessment to manage their own digital collections

·       Understand preservation planning and write a basic preservation plan

·       Meet and network with others locally working in digital preservation.

Dates for 2016
The DPC will be offering 4 'Getting Started....' Roadshows in 2016. Registration is now open for the first date in London and will open for each of the remaining roadshows 6 weeks before the event. Dates and locations are as follows:

·       28th April - Information Technologists' Hall, London (Registration open now!)

·       18th May - National Archives of Ireland, Dublin (Registration opens early April)

·       9th June - University of Loughborough, Loughborough (Registration opens late April)

·       14th December - National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth (Registration opens early November)

The DPC's 'Making Progress....' Roadshows will also be returning later in 2016, dates and locations will be announced in due course.

How to Register
Places are strictly limited and should be booked in advance.  Registration for the London roadshow is open until 21st April 2016 at 17:00. Attendance is free for DPC members and costs £30 per person for non-members. Payments can be made by cash or cheque on the day or by cheque in advance (receipts will be issued for all payments).

For more information and to register for this event, visit the DPC events page.<http://bit.ly/GS16Lon>


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Digital Preservation Coalition
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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 13:57:48 +0000
From:    Kelda Roe <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Copyright query

Good afternoon all,

I have a collection of (original) photographic negatives taken in the 1940s and 50s. I understand that the first owner of the copyright for photographs taken during this period is the owner of the negatives. I'm currently struggling to understand is how this rule translates for subsequent owners. Does copyright reside with whoever owns the negatives, or does is reside with the heirs of the original copyright owner?

Many thanks for any information

Kelda

Kelda Roe
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Mountain Heritage Trust
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Cumbria
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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 15:07:18 +0000
From:    Matthew McMurray <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: RVS Heritage Bulletin Blog

This week we celebrate two years of Voices of Volunteering and new school resources to inspire a new generation of volunteers.

www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/hbblog

Best wishes

Matthew

Matthew McMurray BA(Hons) MA MLitt
Archivist
Royal Voluntary Service Archive & Heritage Collection
Unit 1A Bath Road Business Centre
Bath Road
Devizes
Wiltshire
SN10 1XA
Tel 01380 730211
Mobile 07714 898569
www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/our-history
@RVSarchives
Facebook.com/rvsarchives


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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 15:48:18 +0000
From:    Kelda Roe <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Copyright query: Update

I have had a number of responses to my query - thank you all, it is much appreciated and (pleasingly!) confirms my original thoughts on this. For anyone who's interested - my confusion arose when reading the section on page 5 of this guidance document:
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/information-management/copyright-related-rights.pdf

It states that
"the first owner(s) of copyright will be:...
the owner of the negative - in the case of a photograph taken between 1 July 1912 and 31 July 1989"

The guide goes on to say that:
"The present owner of any of these copyrights will often, but not always, be the direct descendant(s) or successor (such as a successor company) of the first owner."

This is where my confusion arose - I had originally assumed that copyright was with the collection's heirs, but as this stated that original copyright ownership was with the owner of the physical object (specifically negatives) this appeared different to other copyright examples I had come up again.

I appear to have overcomplicated this issue - once again, thank you for all the responses.

Best wishes

Kelda

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 16:58:34 +0000
From:    Adrian Glew <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job Opportunity: Archive Curator at Tate Britain

Dear colleagues,

A unique opportunity has arisen to help acquire, catalogue and disseminate born-digital and paper-based archives by British artists and institutions as part of the world’s largest repository of British fine art practice: Tate Archive housed in the Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms at Tate Britain.

You will have a post-graduate qualification in Archive Administration, relevant subject knowledge as well as experience of acquiring, preserving and making more widely accessible personal and/or institutional archives particularly those containing born-digital material.

You will be joining a small, enthusiastic and friendly team of qualified Archive Curators and Cataloguers, all of whom participate in the delivery of research services to Tate staff and external researchers in the Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms. You will, therefore, have good communication and interpersonal skills with experience of delivering excellent customer service always going that extra mile.

The post is permanent and full-time (36 hours per week) based in the Library & Archive at Tate Britain, Millbank, London on a starting salary of £30,000 per annum.  Tate also offers excellent fringe benefits and opportunities for training and career development in one of the world’s foremost public galleries.

The closing date is: 01 April 2016 at 17:00.

If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please apply online at Tate: https://workingat.tate.org.uk/pages/

Kind regards,
Adrian

Adrian Glew
Archivist
Tate

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 17:44:25 +0000
From:    Chris Webb <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: AtoM

Colleagues might be interested in this new blog from our digital archivist, Jenny Mitcham, about the implementation of AtoM at the Borthwick: http://digital-archiving.blogspot.ca/2016/03/a-is-for-atom.html

Chris

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Date:    Mon, 21 Mar 2016 19:34:42 +0000
From:    "Alcock, Nathaniel" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Job Vacancy: Coventry Re-post [posted on behalf of Maria Gibson]

Archivist/Researcher Salary £22,221 Pro Rata Part Time - 17.5 Hours Per Week
Capita are seeking to recruit a part-time Archivist/Researcher, initially for a 6 month period. The post holder will be responsible for reviewing files and documents retrieved from Interventions into Solicitor practices. This is done on behalf of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
When the SRA intervene into a Solicitors practice, Capita uplifts all files and documents relating to the firm on their behalf. Some of these files and documents contain items of historical interest
Every effort is made to repatriate files and documents to their owners, however this is not always possible.
The Archivist / Researcher will be responsible for identifying items of historical interest and liaising with various repositories to loan the items so that they can be preserved, managed and maintained.
This role is based in Coventry.
To apply please submit your CV along with a covering letter to:
Sarah Cartwright, Capita, Unit A, Colonnade Point, Prologis Park, Coventry CV.6 4BU Closing date for applications is: 31st March 2016




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