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A Profession Waiting to Be Discovered

THE RESTORATION OF GRAPHIC DOCUMENTS, in archives, libraries, and other cultural institutions... While it may not be a new profession in great need of “discovery,” the subject of restoration having been broached on several occasions by Archivoz. Given the link between this profession and that of archives and libraries, it could not be otherwise. On occasion, restoration is linked to conservation and preservation, but restoration in itself is an action that becomes necessary when these other...

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From Archivoz Magazine we wish you a Merry Christmas, and we invite you to read the 10 most read articles of 2019
From Archivoz Magazine we wish you a Merry Christmas, and we invite you to read the 10 most read articles of 2019

From Archivoz Magazine we wish you a Merry Christmas, and we invite you to read the 10 most read articles of 2019

One more year! We at Archivoz wish you all a happy holiday season, and hope that the coming year of 2020 is filled with personal and professional success for you all. We feel that the year’s end is a perfect time to thank our readers and contributors for having...

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departure of Belgian workers for Germany, Antwerp, 1940 © CegeSoma/AGR
Transmemo Project: a study on Second World War memories and family transmission in Belgium

Transmemo Project: a study on Second World War memories and family transmission in Belgium

Photo: departure of Belgian workers for Germany, Antwerp, 1940 © CegeSoma/AGR Transmemo is a research project funded by the Belgian Science Policy Office (BELSPO), which focuses on the memories of Belgian families of collaborationists and members of the resistance...

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The Keston Center for Religion, Politics and Society at Baylor University: Commemorating Keston’s First Fifty Years as “Voice of the Voiceless”
The Keston Center for Religion, Politics and Society at Baylor University: Commemorating Keston’s First Fifty Years as “Voice of the Voiceless”

The Keston Center for Religion, Politics and Society at Baylor University: Commemorating Keston’s First Fifty Years as “Voice of the Voiceless”

To commemorate Keston College’s 50th anniversary, friends, former staff, Council members, and local officials gathered on June 20, 2019, in the Kent village of Keston in Greater London to unveil a plaque. Founder Michael Bourdeaux drew aside curtains on Keston’s...

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“Data archives have been around for some time, but they are more relevant nowadays than ever”. Interview with the Social Sciences Data Archive project

“Data archives have been around for some time, but they are more relevant nowadays than ever”. Interview with the Social Sciences Data Archive project

The inter-institutional project SODA (Social Sciences Data Archive) aims to develop a prototype for a data archive as Belgian representative in the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) and beyond. To learn more about SODA, Archivoz's Llarina...

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Alternative Angles: Considering different approaches to 2D digitisation
Alternative Angles: Considering different approaches to 2D digitisation

Alternative Angles: Considering different approaches to 2D digitisation

Working in digitisation as an Imaging Technician at the British Library, I know the digitisation process is typically a standardised and uniformed procedure. Metamorfoze, the National Programme for the Preservation of Paper Heritage in the Netherlands, provides a...

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Archivoz y sedic
Revista Archivoz signs an agreement of collaboration with the Spanish Society for Scientific Information and Documentation

Revista Archivoz signs an agreement of collaboration with the Spanish Society for Scientific Information and Documentation

It is a source of great pride to share with you that Revista Archivoz has reached a collaborative agreement with the Sociedad Española de Documentación e Información Científica (Spanish Society for Scientific Information and Documentation), Spain’s principal...

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“When we make the past personal, history comes alive”: Interview with Jessica Hilburn, Executive Director of Benson Memorial Library, Titusville, Pennsylvania
“When we make the past personal, history comes alive”: Interview with Jessica Hilburn, Executive Director of Benson Memorial Library, Titusville, Pennsylvania

“When we make the past personal, history comes alive”: Interview with Jessica Hilburn, Executive Director of Benson Memorial Library, Titusville, Pennsylvania

Today we are speaking with Jessica Hilburn, of Benson Memorial Library, about Titusville’s Heritage Connection, collective memory, and how cataloging death can breathe new life into local history. (Archivoz) Tell us a little about the Heritage Connection website:...

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“They were able to save and recover thousands of books from the holes made by the missile attacks.” Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library

“They were able to save and recover thousands of books from the holes made by the missile attacks.” Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library

Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library, and coordinator of the international support for Mosul University Library. Mohammed will give an insight into the current situation at Mosul University Library, and the national and...

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Archives ‘on the go’: ‘What Was Here?’ uses technology to bring content from the ‘research room’ into the wider world, for self-directed exploration.
Archives ‘on the go’: ‘What Was Here?’ uses technology to bring content from the ‘research room’ into the wider world, for self-directed exploration.

Archives ‘on the go’: ‘What Was Here?’ uses technology to bring content from the ‘research room’ into the wider world, for self-directed exploration.

Introduction In June 2019, the East Riding Archives (Beverley, East Yorkshire, England) officially launched its new app, called ‘What Was Here?’. This marked the culmination of a 4-year journey in which we had sought to find new ways of engaging audiences with...

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“The rate of change in the digital era is constant and ongoing…” Interview with Simon Smith, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

“The rate of change in the digital era is constant and ongoing…” Interview with Simon Smith, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

Established in 1984, the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is Australia’s premier audiovisual archive, holding more than 3 million works, including films, sound recordings, television and radio programs in a variety of formats. Archivoz’s Evanthia Samaras met...

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“We consider the Little Free Library movement to be very inclusive and we don’t want there to be barriers for anybody who wants to be involved”: Interview with Margret Aldrich, of Little Free Library
“We consider the Little Free Library movement to be very inclusive and we don’t want there to be barriers for anybody who wants to be involved”: Interview with Margret Aldrich, of Little Free Library

“We consider the Little Free Library movement to be very inclusive and we don’t want there to be barriers for anybody who wants to be involved”: Interview with Margret Aldrich, of Little Free Library

Margret Aldrich, Media and Program Manager with Little Free Library and author of The Little Free Library Book, speaks with us about book sharing, community building, and why open access isn’t just about the Internet anymore. (Archivoz) Can you tell us a little of...

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CoHERE Critical Archive
Heritage is often embedded within socio-political crises and identity contests | CoHERE project

Heritage is often embedded within socio-political crises and identity contests | CoHERE project

CoHERE (Critical Heritages of Europe: performing and representing identities) was a large, European Commission-funded project responding to an instrumental drive to solve critical social and political problems in Europe through recourse to heritage. The project was...

Sobre Archivoz

Archivoz es una revista digital gratuita, de alcance internacional y de carácter divulgativo sobre archivística y gestión documental. Nació en junio de 2017 como un proyecto colaborativo y voluntario de edición de contenidos de mano de un equipo de profesionales de todo el mundo.

El objetivo de la revista consiste en crear un medio de difusión sobre este área del conocimiento para difundir noticias, avances de interés, experiencias y buenas prácticas para lectores interesados en ámbito de los archivos y de la gestión de la información.

Cómo trabaja Archivoz

El equipo editorial de Archivoz analiza el entorno a nivel mundial para publicar entrevistas o artículos de de interés. También recoge propuestas directas de los lectores que a través del formulario al efecto pueden sugerir temáticas concretas.

La revista cuenta con espacios específicos para la difusión de proyectos o actividades promovidas por instituciones (archivos, museos, bibliotecas, etc.). Se puede contactar con el equipo de relaciones institucionales desde el correo:

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Con el tiempo, la revista se ha convertido en un medio divulgativo de gran alcance dentro del sector de los archivos desde el que se puede acceder a opiniones y experiencias de profesionales de todo el mundo, creando un espacio de colaboración internacional muy enriquecedor.

Desde noviembre de 2019, tras la firma del convenio de colaboración con la Sociedad Española de Documentación e Información Científica (SEDIC), la Revista Archivoz comenzó a ser editada en Madrid por SEDIC. Sin embargo, el equipo directivo, el de edición, el funcionamiento y el espíritu colaborativo de la revista se mantienen inalterados.

Esperamos que os resulte de interés y participéis activamente leyendo o escribiendo en Archivoz.

CONTACTA CON NOSOTROS

Identidad: SEDIC - CIF: G-28706067 - Dir. postal: C/RODRIGUEZ SAN PEDRO, 2 PLANTA 6, P.606 - C.P. 28015 - Teléfono: 915 93 40 59 - Correo electrónico: gerencia@sedic.es Desde SEDIC le informamos que tratamos la información que nos facilitan con el fin de prestar el servicio de gestión de los datos de los usuarios que comunican con la empresa a través del sitio web. Los datos proporcionados se conservarán mientras se mantenga la relación comercial o durante los años necesarios para cumplir con las obligaciones legales. El interesado ha sido informado para ser incluido en el mencionado tratamiento, haciéndose responsables de la veracidad de los mismos y las modificaciones que sufran en el futuro. En cuanto a la legitimación del tratamiento estará regulada por el consentimiento del interesado. Si lo desea, puede dirigirse a la empresa con el fin de ejercer los derechos de acceso, rectificación, supresión y portabilidad de sus datos y la limitación u oposición a su tratamiento. Por otro lado tendrá derecho a retirar el consentimiento prestado y derecho a reclamar ante la Agencia Española de Protección de Datos. Las categorías de datos que se tratan son datos de identificación, direcciones postales o electrónicas, y no se tratan datos especialmente protegidos y el origen de los datos es por el propio interesado o su representante legal, y los usuarios serán los colectivos interesados a tal fin. En caso de no introducir los datos de carácter personal que aparecen en el formulario como obligatorios no se podrá atender su consulta. Podrá ejercer sus derechos de acceso, rectificación, limitación y supresión de los datos escribiendo a gerencia@sedic.es así como el derecho a presentar una reclamación ante una autoridad de control. Puede consultar la información adicional y detallada sobre Protección de Datos en nuestra política de privacidad.

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