Webinars and Rountables

The AABC is pleased to present a series of webinars and roundtables in order to provide education on a range of issues and themes to support the professional development for our members and colleagues in the heritage sector.

A series of Roundtables were held between October 2014 - March 2018 in partnership with the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC. The IKBLC webcast program enabled the AABC to livestream the discussion to our local membership and members of the international archival community. Participants watching the webcast were able to participate in the discussion through the use of emails and twitter feedback. 

Previously recorded Roundtables are available HERE. 

 

Webinars will be posted below as they are scheduled along with registration links.

Note: Webinars will be presented using the Zoom webinar platform. We are aware of the news about "Zoombombing" where uninvited guests take over and disrupt Zoom meetings. Our steps to control this include designating a limited number of presenters (and locking it down that way) and only providing the link to people who pre-register for the webinar with the AABC. We will also be installing security updates as they are provided by Zoom. The Zoom webinar platform may be blocked by some firewall settings. Please contact your IT Department if you are not sure if you can access the webinar.

 

Cost: AABC Members: Free (Institutional Members may register up to 3 staff members for FREE)

Non-members: $15.00 (online payment at time of registration, VISA or MasterCard only)

 

Topics and ideas for webinars can be submited to the EAS Coordinator at aabc.advisor@aabc.ca.

 

Upcoming Webinars

ABC's of Archival Appraisal and Deaccessioning (June 15, 2020) Registration now OPEN!

 

Past Webinars

Access to previously recorded webinars are available for free to current AABC members (non-members $15.00). Please contact the EAS Coordinator for more information. 

Introduction to MemoryBC (presentation date April 30, 2020)

 

 

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