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Freitag, 31. Juli 2009

Podcast: Business archives in UK

Northumbria University 'Records Management Today' podcast series

Episode 5 (July 2009)
http://nuweb.northumbria.ac.uk/ceis_podcasts/index.php

Spotlight on: The launch of the Business Archives Guide and strategy at the House of Lords, in conversation with Elizabeth Oxborrow-Cowan and Sara Kinsey (27 mins).

Elizabeth Lomas discusses business archives with Elizabeth Oxborrow-Cowan and Sara Kinsey asking:

* what were the highlights of the presentations by Professor Mervyn King (Governor of the Bank of England), Sir Stuart Rose (CEO M&S) and Dame Stella Rimmington?

* what do the Business Archives Guide and strategy hope to deliver?  

* what are the issues for managing business records and archives - where do the challenges and values lie?  

* what can the wider archive, records and information communities learn from the experience of the business archivist?

The Business Archives Guide and strategy, as well as further advice for businesses on managing archives, can be accessed at http://www.managingbusinessarchives.co.uk/ 

Participants:

Elizabeth Oxborrow-Cowan is a professional archivist and qualified management consultant.  She established her own consultancy in 2003 and specialises in strategic reviews of archive services and policy bodies, funding bids, collection management and access development for archive services.  Elizabeth is Director of Publicity and Communication for the National Council on Archives.  She also sits on the UK Working Group for UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme and is an Assessor for the Society of Archivists' Registration Scheme.

Sara Kinsey has been an active advocate for business archives for a number of years. She is the Manager of History Projects at HSBC, and deputy chair of the Business Archives Council. Sara was actively involved in the writing and development of the Business Archives Guide and strategy.
Elizabeth Lomas (Northumbria University).

Samstag, 10. Januar 2009

Richard Cox about the future of archives and archivists

Most Critical Challenge:

"Asked about identifying the most critical challenge, I assume most archivists will reflect on a variety of matters concerning technology issues – and there are plenty of such challenges. "

see his blog post

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