Webinar Recordings

Access to previously recorded webinars is available to current AABC members for Free.

Non-members may also access the webinars for $15.00 (per recording).

Please contact the EAS Coordinator for more information.  

 

Introduction to MemoryBC (presentation date: April 30, 2020)

Webinar description: Have you used MemoryBC before and want a refresher? Or are you brand new to it and want to learn more? Use AtoM and need a refresher? This two hour workshop will go over all the basics: the first hour will be focused on the search, categories, clip board and use of MemoryBC by archivists and researchers. The second hour will show you how to log in, add an authority record and add a draft of an archival description. We will also discuss digital objects, bulk uploads, taxonomies, etc., and the MemoryBC Coordinator will answer all your questions about using MemoryBC (and AtoM). Presenter: Lisa Snider, AABC MemoryBC Coordinator.

 

ABC's of Archival Appraisal and Deaccessioning (presentation date: June 15, 2020)

Webinar description: Join the AABC for a webinar on best practices for appraising archival records and the steps to deaccession records that do not meet your mandate. This 1.5 hour webinar will also include an overview of the National Archival Appraisal Board (NAAB) program and the services they offer. Presenters: Lisa Glandt, AABC EAS Coordinator and Melanie Hardbattle, NAAB Regional Coordinator for BC and Northern Canada.

 

Setting Up Your Archives (presentation date: July 8, 2020)

Webinar description: Join the AABC & BCMA for this cross-themed webinar presented for non-Archivists including Curators, Librarians, Records Managers and Volunteers who have been tasked to set up an Archives but don’t know where to start! This 1.5 hour webinar will present an overview of archival principles and policy development; basic archival supplies that you’ll need; steps to complete a successful global collection assessment (aka how to prioritize dealing those boxes filled with stuff); storage conditions and access considerations. Presenter: Lisa Glandt, AABC EAS Coordinator.

 

Privacy 101: Managing Personal Information in Collections (presentation date: July 29, 2020)

Webinar description: Join the AABC & BCMA for this cross-themed webinar. Cultural heritage professionals have a mandate to protect records and information, while promoting their accessibility and use. Although these two mandates seem contradictory, there are ways forward that balance privacy and access. This 1 hour webinar will present an approach to managing personal information in cultural heritage collections. It will present an overview of basic privacy principles, outline factors to consider when releasing information, and describe tools that can be used to ensure personal information is released in compliance with legal and ethical considerations. Presenter: Alexandra Wieland, Information and Privacy Archivist, SFU Archives.

 

 

 

 

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