Records and Archives (4/9/2018)

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September’s #auslibchat focused on records and archives. Catch up on the chat via Wakelet.

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Are you a library or information professional interested in knowing more about records and archives? Or do you work in archives and records and want to share your knowledge? Join us for September’s #auslibchat. Here are the questions:

Q1: What do archivists, librarians and records professionals have in common?

Q2: Does your institution digitise records and archives and if so, how do they choose what to digitise?

Q3: How can we ensure the definition of a record is inclusive of Indigenous knowledge?

Q4: Why is diversity important in records and archives and how can we support it?

Q5: Deadline 2025 suggests that magnetic based audiovisual materials will be lost if not digitised by 2025. Will this impact on your organisation?

 

Records and archives resources:

Australian Society of Archivists (ASA)

Records and Information Management Australia (RIMPA)

Deadline 2025: Collections at Risk

GLAM Peak Digital Access to Collections

Find & Connect “A resource for Forgotten Australians, Former Child Migrants and anyone interested in the history of child welfare in Australia.”

Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives

 

Image credit: ap_00790r 1955 via State Library of New South Wales

 

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