BC Archival Education and Advisory Service

The AABC's British Columbia Archival Education and Advisory Service is responsible for the management and ongoing development of education opportunities and workshops  and offers advisory services free of charge to archival repositories in British Columbia and to organizations and groups interested in establishing an archives or developing an existing archival program.

Educational Services

Education opportunities and workshops are offered:

  • On a scheduled basis
  • By special arrangement with a sponsoring institution or institutions

For more information, please consult the Education Opportunities and Workshops page

Advisory Services

  • Establishing an archives
  • Policy and procedures development
  • RAD implementation
  • Available resources (e.g., publications, educational opportunities, etc.)
  • Funding sources and application preparation
  • Archival management issues

Advisory services are available:

  • By phone, mail, or e-mail
  • By on-site visits
  • Through speaking engagements at AABC regional meetings or at other meetings or forums

For more information on the Education and Advisory Service, please contact: Lisa Glandt, EAS Coordinator. 

Email:   aabc.advisor@aabc.ca

Phone: 778-680-2273

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