Pre-conference Workshop: “Archives 101: Archival Practice for Indigenous Organizations”
Friday, Oct 22 (part 1, 1:00 – 4:30pm)
Monday, Oct 25 (part 2, 1:00 – 4:30pm)
This 1-day workshop (split over 2 online Zoom sessions) will be of interest to Tribal/First Nations Government administrators, archivists, Indigenous community members or cultural memory keepers, students, or anyone working in the field of archival or heritage practice.
“Archives 101: Archival Practice for Indigenous Organizations” will provide participants with an introduction to archival theory and best practices that they will be able to use on a daily basis. Workshop participants will learn how to create a solid foundation for developing their archives program and learn about the appraisal and practical management of archival records and cultural knowledge. They will learn how to process and provide access to records created on different media formats (textual records, audio-visual, sound recordings and electronic records). Workshop discussion will also include best practices for disaster planning and archival resources and funding opportunities available for Indigenous organizations. Participants are encouraged to attend both sessions in order to fully complete the workshop training.
The workshop will be delivered by Lisa Glandt, Education and Advisory Services Coordinator for the AABC. Lisa has been delivering this workshop both in-person and online throughout British Columbia since 2019.
Note: This workshop will be delivered using Zoom webinar software. Zoom is free to download and links will be provided to participants before the workshop starts. Participants will need access to a computer with sound/speakers to view and follow along with the PowerPoint training slides.
AABC / YCA Member*: $150.00
*YCA members will receive a registration code for discounted rate
Registration Deadline: Friday, Oct 15, 2021
Workshop spaces: 25
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Lisa Glandt, MAS
Lisa Glandt has an undergraduate degree in History from SFU and a Master of Archival Studies degree from UBC. For the last 20 years she has worked for a wide variety of archival and records management organizations including museums, municipal government, and academic institutions. She has also worked for private organizations, helping them to set up and successfully manage their archival holdings. Since 2015 she has been the Education and Advisory Services (EAS) Coordinator for the Archives Association of British Columbia where she delivers workshops and webinars, teaches distance education courses, consults during site visits, and provides support and guidance to archives and archivists throughout the province of British Columbia.