Managing Historical Documents short course 2010

When:2 Jul 2010, 9am - 9am
1 Jul 2010, 9am - 9am
30 Jun 2010, 9am - 9am
29 Jun 2010, 9am - 9am
28 Jun 2010, 9am - 9am
Venue:UNSW and Sydney
Who:

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

The knowledge and skills imparted in this course have application for the management of archives and manuscripts in a wide variety of institutions and organizations, such as schools and colleges, churches and religious congregations, professional associations and learned societies, industrial organizations, pastoral and agricultural societies, business corporations, and local government authorities.

For more details and pricing, please read this brochure.

Course Co-ordinator Dr Peter Orlovich
Visiting Fellow School of History & Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Chief Archivist SBW Foundation Archives and Performing Arts Collection

Contact Details

The School of History and Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Telephone: (02) 9385 2343;
Fax: (02) 9385 8003;
email: t.tabakyan@unsw.edu.au

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