Category Archives: ARST/LIBR 596: Professional Experience

LIBR 596 Professional Experience – Irving K. Barber Learning Centre andDigital Initiatives

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and Digital Initiatives”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
  • LIBR 596 (For Library and Information Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
University of British Columbia Library – Irving K. Barber Learning Centre andDigital Initiatives
Address
1961 East Mall
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
1. Aleha McCauley 2. Larissa Ringham
Phone
(604) 927-4950
Email
larissa.ringham@ubc.ca
Purpose of the project:
Led by UBC’s Learning Exchange, the Making Research Accessible initiative is a collaboration between community organizations and university partners. The MRAi seeks to improve access to academic research and community-generated materials with a focus on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES). The MRAi is working to develop an online and open access place that the wider community can go to, in order to access research findings and community-generated materials. Through providing more ways to share findings from the DTES we hope to broaden the positive impact of evidence-based information in people’s lives.

The main objective of this project is to develop a plan for the ongoing digitization of MRAi-related materials in the community, as well to develop documentation/policies that will enable us to move from a pilot project to a sustainable program. Consulting with our working group, the student will help us address such questions as:

1) How will community assets and digital files be managed?
2) What image quality and requirements are required; what standards or principles should be followed?
3) What community assets have intrinsic value to the collection; how are objects chosen; are there ethical principles we should adhere to (e.g., sharing financial info in grant applications; indigenous history, etc.)?
4) Are there adequate training materials in place for community digitizers?

Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
The student will perform an assessment of the digitization work currently underway. Based upon this assessment they will develop documentation and policies related to digitization workflows, training, and content policies and procedures. They will also assist in the development of a project plan for the MRAi’s ongoing digitization work.

The student will work directly with the project’s iSchool GRA at the Learning Exchange in the DTES (612 Main Street).

Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
At the end of the project, the student will deliver the documents as outlined above, that the MRAi will implement as part of the Making Research Accessible in the Downtown Eastside Initiative.
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
  • Summer Session, Term 2 (July – August)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
The project will take place over the May-August 2018 term, and ideally be completed by August 31st (end date is somewhat flexible).
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
• Required: completion of the LIBR or ARST core courses
• Suggested/Recommended/Have an interested in:
o LIBR 531: Client Centred Services for Adults
o LIBR 548H: Community Informatics
o LIBR 581 Digital Libraries
o LIBR 553: Understanding Information Users in Diverse Environments
o LIBR 569A: Information Practice and Protocol in Support of Indigenous Initiatives
o LIBR 582/ARST 587: Digital Images and Text Collections
o LIBR 579G: Introduction to Archives for Librarians
o LIBR 587/ARST 587: Preservation

While not required, this is an ideal project for a student with a background in/experience with digitization processes.

Have you already arranged to work with an iSchool student? please name them here
n/a

ARST 596 Professional Experience – Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children ”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children
Address
3644 Slocan St
Vancouver, BC V5M 3H4
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Andrea Ryce
Phone
(604) 453-8300
Email
andrea.ryce@cw.bc.ca
Purpose of the project:
Sunny Hill Health Centre will be moving to the BC Children’s Hospital site on Oak Street in the fall of 2019. While always being a health centre for children, Sunny Hill has had many different roles in providing care – from a tuberculosis sanitorium, to a residential home for children with developmental disabilities, to today, where it is an inpatient and outpatient pediatric rehabilitation health centre. We currently have a collection of items of historical interest from Sunny Hill’s past, such as photos, video tapes, oral histories, and books that illustrate the evolution in patient care and culture that caring for disabled children has gone through over the years. We are looking for an archival student to assess this collection and advise on and build an archive so that these memories and history can be preserved.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
Assess the collection.
Identify gaps.
Create a plan for archiving, assessing and using the most suitable technology based on what is available at Sunny Hill.
Build the archive.
Document decisions and practices so future items may be included in the collection.
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
We hope to have a publicly-accessible archive of Sunny Hill history, comprising of items provided and donated by current and former staff, patients, and the public.
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Winter Term 1 (September – December)
  • Winter Term 2 (January – April)
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
  • Summer Session, Term 2 (July – August)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
Ideally this project would be complete by the Fall of 2019 when Sunny Hill is scheduled to move to the BC Children’s Hospital site.
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials

ARST 596 Professional Experience – Brackendale Art Gallery

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “Brackendale Art Gallery”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
Brackendale Art Gallery
Address
PO Box 100, 41950 Government Rd.
Brackendale, BC V0N 1H0
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Thad McIlroy
Phone
(604) 773-9753
Email
thad@thefutureofpublishing.com
Purpose of the project:
To create an archive of some 20,000 photos captured during the 50 year+ life of the Brackendale Art Gallery and its owner, Thor Froslev.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
Use archival standards to sort and catalog the photos. As the full collection could not be catalogued in two months, the first task is to identify +/- 1,000 photographs of greatest interest/importance.
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
The beginning of a larger archive of photos, images, audio and video of the Brackendale Art Gallery. The archive to be hosted by the Squamish Public Library (preliminary discussions have begun with the library).
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
July 1, 2018
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
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Have you already arranged to work with an iSchool student? please name them here
No

LIBR/ARST 596 Professional Experience – UBC Archives

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “UBC Archives Xwi7Xwa Library Summer 2018”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
 
  • LIBR 596 (For Library and Information Studies Students)
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
  UBC Archives
Address
  1961 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T1Z4
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
  Alan Doyle
Phone
  (604) 827-3952
Email
  alan.doyle@ubc.ca
Purpose of the project:
  The purpose of this project is to survey material at the Xwi7Xwa Library. This material is from various sources, including the Xwi7Xwa Library, the First Nations Longhouse, and the NITEP (Indigenous Teacher Education Program). The survey will identify what material is to be retained by Xwi7Xwa, as well as what will be archived at the University Archives.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
  Material will need to be surveyed, some metadata/description added as appropriate, and, in conjunction with Xwi7Xwa staff, reviewed for “ownership”. Recommendations will be made regarding what should be retained (and for how long) and what should be archived.
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
  The end result will be a comprehensive survey of materials, including accurate description. Recommendations regarding retention and disposition, including archival preservation will be made as well.
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
 
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
  • Summer Session, Term 2 (July – August)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
  no
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
  Students that have completed the archival core preferred but any student that has taken ARST 515 will be considered

LIBR/ARST 596 Professional Experience –Web Archiving UBC Library, Digital Initiatives

Please note the position has been filled.

Purpose of project
The UBC Library is developing a web service using the Archive-it subscription service from the Internet Archive in order to support collecting, preserving, and providing access to our institutional web content, and at-risk sites. This project will allow interested students to contribute to the ongoing development of the Library’s collections while developing their knowledge of web archiving standards and practices.

Summary of activities required to carry out the project
There is some flexibility in the exact activities of the professional experience project. Depending on the student’s research interests and level of knowledge of web archiving going into the project, activities could include the following topics. Students are also encouraged to develop their own web archiving-related topics for consideration.

  • Contributions to the UBC Library’s current web archiving collections
  • Scoping and developing a new web archiving collection
  • Developing policies and standards related to web archiving services, ie. collection development, copyright and permissions, etc.
  • Digital preservation of archived WARC files
  • Developing and applying metadata for web collections
  • Developing training materials for web archiving processes
  • Investigating best practices for harvesting social media sites

Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
At the end of the project the student should have attained knowledge in web archiving standards and practices, as well as completed the specific project agreed to by the student and supervisor.

Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
There is no hard deadline for this project, although the work should be completed within one term.

Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)

  • Required: completion of the LIBR or ARST core courses
  • Recommended: ARST 555, ARST/LIBR 587, LIBR 561, LIBR 574, LIBR 575

PE proposal web archiving general

LIBR/ARST 596 Professional Experience –Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (VHEC)

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
  • LIBR 596 (For Library and Information Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (VHEC)
Address
50-950 West 41st Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5Z 2N7
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Shannon LaBelle
Phone
(604) 264-0499
Email
library@vhec.org
Purpose of the project:
The purpose of this project is to have a student assist with re-cataloguing the VHEC’s library collection in CollectiveAccess, the Centre’s new collections management system (CMS). The student will assist with copy cataloguing the library’s book collection based on current cataloguing standards, and will also maintain authority control in the CMS. We would like the student cataloguer to enrich our library records with relevant notes (contents, summaries, etc.) and to make appropriate relationships between library records and the museum, archival and survivor testimony records in our CMS. This is an opportunity for a student to gain experience cataloguing in an innovative CMS that brings together library, museum and archival records.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
• Develop a work plan for the project
• Assist with copy cataloguing the library’s book collection in CollectiveAccess
• Enhance library catalogue records by adding relevant notes and relationships
• Maintain authority records and perform needed authority work in CollectiveAccess (primarily for entity records)
• Interpret and apply RDA, Library of Congress Subject Headings and an adapted Dewey Decimal System in cataloguing and classifying library materials
• Suggest and contribute revisions and additions to the VHEC’s cataloguing manuals
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
This is an ongoing project, but we expect that the student should be able to catalogue close to 400 items in the allotted project time. This estimate will be reviewed and revised (as required) at the start of the project based on the student’s cataloguing experience and knowledge of library cataloguing standards. The student’s contribution will make more library records available to the researchers, educators, members and others who use the VHEC collections. By the end of the project, we expect that the student will be a more confident cataloguer, will understand how to relate library, archival and museum collections, and will have had opportunities to observe the activities of the Collections team at the VHEC. The student will be supervised by the Librarian, but will also meet and liaise with the Archivist, Registrar and other staff at the VHEC.
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
  • Summer Session, Term 2 (July – August)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
There is no deadline for this project.
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
LIBR 509 Foundations of Bibliographic Control (or equivalent) is a pre-requisite for this project. Students who have taken or who have an interest in taking LIBR 511 Cataloguing and Classification and/or LIBR 577 Special Libraries will find this project relevant. Students with an interest in museum libraries should also consider this project.

ARST 596 Professional Experience – Mount Royal University

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “Mount Royal University”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
Mount Royal University
Address
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, Alberta T3E 6K6
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Jeremy Duffin
Phone
(403) 440-7288
Email
jgduffin@mtroyal.ca
Purpose of the project:
Mount Royal University is a public body that falls under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIPP) Act within the Province of Alberta. One of the obligations under the Act is to ensure that public bodies protect personal information by making reasonable security arrangements against such risks as unauthorized access, collection, use, disclosure or destruction.

As records management practices for the University transition into a digital/cloud environment, one risk mitigation strategy often used by public bodies (Privacy/Legal/IT) is completing a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA), which is a tool that checks whether business units have made reasonable security arrangements prior to the implementation of their project proposals.

The current PIA tool requires recommendations and revisions in an effort to make the risk assessment tool more efficient to use for both the privacy office and the business units.

Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
(1) Establish familiarity of the pertinent Protection of Privacy Legislation
(2) Review past recommendations (materials) provided by both the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner’s Office and Service Alberta (Government of Alberta)
(3) Evaluate the current Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) or Privacy Risk Assessment document and propose recommendations.
(4) Develop and revise the risk mitigation tools to facilitate their use by University business units.
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
The anticipated end result of the project will be a revised Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) template or tool to be used by University departments for new business projects that manage identifiable personal information.

The student participating in the project will become familiar with various aspects of Access and Protection of Privacy Legislation such as the rules concerning the collection, use, disclosure and protection of personal information. Notably, although this project falls within the context of Alberta, these principles are often reiterated both in other legislative jurisdictions and the “Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP)”, which auditors use to assess organizations.

Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
  • Summer Session, Term 2 (July – August)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
This project is part of the process improvement plan for the University Privacy Office; therefore, the deadline is flexible.
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
ARST 516 – Management of Current Records
ARST 575B – Administering Records under Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Legislation
Have you already arranged to work with an iSchool student? please name them here
Not at this time

ARST 596 Professional Experience – British Columbia Institute of Technology Archives

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “British Columbia Institute of Technology Archives ”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
British Columbia Institute of Technology Archives
Address
Rm 206, SE14, 3700 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby BC
Vancouver, BC V5G 3H2
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Cindy McLellan
Phone
(604) 456-1276
Email
cmclellan13@bcit.ca
Purpose of the project:
The purpose of the project is to provide access to the records of the BCIT Marketing and Communications through arrangement and description. Some digitization may be associated with this project.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
The student will assess the accessions from BCIT Marketing and Communications. Under the guidance of the Archivist she will prioritize the records to be arranged and described. Then she will rehouse the records, arrange the records and create archival descriptions in AtoM. This is a traditional arrangement and description project. This project is great for someone itching to get some experience with AtoM and with arrangement and description. The student will use the BCIT Archives AtoM Guidelines, work directly editing in AtoM and have the opportunity to upload spreadsheets of file and item level descriptions. There will be an opportunity to contribute to the BCIT Library blog; That’s so library.
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
The student will gain experience arranging and describing archival records. The student will gain practical experience working with AtoM.
The host will benefit from having more records available for access and research.
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Winter Term 1 (September – December)
  • Winter Term 2 (January – April)
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
No.
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials (pre-requisite)
ARST 545 (3) Advanced Arrangement and Description of Archival Documents (co-requisite would be nice)

LIBR/ARST 596 Professional Experience – Douglas College Library

Please note that this position has been filled.

Professional Experience
  • LIBR 596 (For Library and Information Studies Students)
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
Douglas College Library
Address
Douglas College
New Westminster Campus
700 Royal Avenue, BC New Westminster
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Gretchen Goertz
Phone
(604) 527-5168
Email
goertzg@douglascollege.ca
Purpose of the project:
DOOR is the Douglas College Open Repository. The main purpose of DOOR is to aggregate and profile research expertise and scholarship of Douglas College faculty, staff, and students. The proposed professional experience project will support ongoing institutional repository work at Douglas, which includes finding and discovering faculty and student research outputs, building scholar profile pages, and increasing open research content in DOOR.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
The student working on this project will search journal databases, Google Scholar, ResearchGate and Academia.edu and discover research published in academic journals by current Douglas College faculty. The student will also use already collected CV’s to enter the research using the Islandora software. Additionally, the student will ingest allowable open source published research but will examine publisher policies to discover if other works from CV’s can be ingested. If not, they will devise appropriate communication templates to ask faculty if they have the post reviewed version. They will use Sherpa/Romeo and publishers’ websites to appropriately decide whether works can be ingested. Citation building will occur and proxy links added to DOOR metadata to link to the databases. The student will also work with college partners to identify student research, capstone project outputs, and conference presentations and streamline and document internal processes for soliciting, collating, and ingesting student research into DOOR.
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
This work is ongoing and the expectation would be to complete a few faculty members complete research portfolios into DOOR, as well as build a discrete collection of student research materials [e.g. Douglas College Research Days presentations/outputs]. Time permitting, the student may craft instructions for students and faculty about the process involved in getting their scholarship into DOOR.
Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
DOOR project is ongoing. Would be helpful to have discrete collection of student research materials completed by end of summer term if possible.
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
LIBR 509 (3) Foundations of Bibliographic Control
LIBR 559L (3) Issues in Scholarly Communications and Publishing
LIBR 575 (3) Academic Libraries
LIBR 580 (3) Collection Management
LIBR 581 (3) Digital Libraries
Have you already arranged to work with an iSchool student? please name them here
No

 

LIBR/ARST 596 Professional Experience -Journeywomen Ventures

Students interested in this project should complete the online application form http://resources.slais.ubc.ca/2016/07/16/profexapp/, please cite the project number “Journeywomen Ventures”. Please include a resume and cover letter.

Professional Experience (check one)
  • ARST 596 (For Archival Studies Students)
Professional Experience Project Proposal Form
Name of Organization
Journeywomen Ventures – Dr. Marcia Braundy, Prinicpal
Address
R.R. # 1
(3890 Indian Point Road, Vallican) Ph: 250 226-7624 Email: mbraundy@interchg.ubc.ca
Winlaw, British Columbia V0G 2J0
Canada
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Supervising Librarian/Archivist
Laura Fortier – Collections Manager and Archivist: Shawn Lamb Archives, Touchstones Museum of Art & History
Phone
(250) 352-9813
Email
collections@touchstonesnelson.ca
Purpose of the project:
To formulate and create an archive of the life’s work of Marcia Braundy, a leading Canadian activist in the Women in Trades & Technology movement (see attached workbio); the British Columbia and Canadian women’s movement; Apprenticeship training and Equity in Apprenticeship initiatives in Canada and elsewhere in the world; the building, maintaining and entertaining community at the Vallican Whole Community Centre; the early development of the Slocan Valley Free School (now the Whole School); the Nelson Women’s Centre, the oldest rural Women’s Centre in Canada and many other political and social development projects. We will be using mostly extant materials stored in her Blue Shed and extended home office, as well as online at www.KootenayFeminism.com, to prepare the Archive for placement in either UBC or Provincial Archives, or the Canadian Women’s Movement Archives now housed at the University of Ottawa.
Summary of activities required to carry out the project:
Orientation to scope and content of materials
Contribute to a discussion and analysis of feminist ethics in archival development
Review of the documents, video and audio materials, photographs etc.
Decision-making regarding what should stay and what is superfluous to the project
Discussion of access issues
Digitize as required or decided upon collectively
Expectations of the end result of the project, for both host and student:
Both a clearing and a preservation in a whole context of historical materials found in the life of a very active person who has lived mostly in rural Canada and produced impact across the country.

For students: The opportunity to work with the living creator and collector of the materials, useful for clarifications, and a deeper understanding of the intent and basis for the materials, as well as reflection on the outcomes.

The initiator of the project will have some space in her life back and know that there is a strong contribution to the historical record of many women’s contributions to the social fabric of Canada.

Time periods in which the project could be supervised (check all that apply):
  • Winter Term 1 (September – December)
  • Winter Term 2 (January – April)
  • Summer Session, Term 1 (May – June)
  • Summer Session, Term 2 (July – August)
Is there a deadline by which the project must be completed?
The hope is that work will be completed by the end of 2018. It would be best if two students could work together during any and all of these time frames, both for the educational value and the camaraderie. We will work with you to assist you to find appropriate living facilities. The site is located 40 km from Nelson, where Touchstones is located, with free phone access. Laura Fortier will make site visits and there is both public and private transportation to town.
Considering the project requirements, please suggest suitable coursework as pre-requisite or co-requisite: (e.g. LIBR 580 Collection Management, ARST 515 Arrangement & Description of Archival Materials.)
Suggested useful coursework:
ARST 515 (3) Arrangement and Description of Archives *
ARST 520 (3) Selection and Acquisition of Archival Documents †
ARST 550 (3) Management of Audio-Visual and Non-Textual Archives
ARST 545 (3) Advanced Arrangement and Description of Archival Documents (may be helpful)
ARST 554 (3) Database Design [cross-listed with LIBR 554]
ARST 556D (3) Archives and the Web
ARST 575F (1) The Digital Photographic Record
ARST 575K (3) Personal Archives
ARST 556P (3) Digital Images and Text Collections
ARST 580 (3) Records, Archives, and the Law (might be helpful)