Who Are You? Transformation of the Archivist within Archives

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Who Are You? Transformation of the Archivist within Archives

Presented by Lori Podolsky, Acting University Archivist at McGill University Archives, at InfoNexus 2016 in Montreal, Canada. Visit http://info-nexus.org/ for more detail.

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February 05, 2016
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  1. Who Are You? Transformation of the Archivist within Archives Lori

    Podolsky Acting University Archivist McGill University Archives
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  3. Arrangement and Description Dutch Manual and codification of archival principles

    Jenkinson and Schellenberg on primary and secondary values of use Taylor and the transformer – new ways of imagining archives
  4. Puzzles to Transformers

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  6. DRAW Crowdsourcing Volunteers, generally composed of an online community, who

    contribute data collection or data entry for a research project Citizen Science Scientific research conducted with amateur or nonprofessional scientists in which the activities of the research are primarily avocational
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  8. Archival Transformation A thorough or dramatic change in form or

    appearance From the Oxford English Dictionary online: http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/transformation
  9. From Keeper to User Transformation of our identity Keeper of

    the Archives Active role in choosing Archives Curating and Research – a modern model
  10. Research and Researcher Use and re-use Value Dissemination Discoverability

  11. Conclusions Our identity changes as the profession involves Approach towards

    archives changes – keeper to user The challenges arise through the adaption and adoption of new demands and needs Acquire new responsibilities which leads to new roles – arrangement, description and appraisal to research The trends occur when the changes develop and enhance our identity and profession Transformation of the archivist into evolving professions in information studies
  12. Questions