The McGill Chapter of the Association of Canadian Archivists is pleased to announce its 2008 Colloquium, and cordially invites all interested archivists, related professionals, students, faculty and staff to attend. Details follow in-text; please also see the attached flier.
April 24, 2008; 10:00-4:30
The colloquium themes are: Tradition to Innovation: Archival Principles Today & The Importance of Developing Professional Competencies
McGill University School of Information Studies
3459 McTavish; room MS-42
Theresa Rowat, Director and University Archivist, McGill University
Student Paper Sessions:
Tradition to Innovation
Terry Cook -
"Mindless Ox, Efficient Vacuum Cleaner, Compliant Handmaiden, or Invisible Ghost: Towards a New Role for Archivists in the Twenty-First Century"
Clio Consulting, and Archival Studies Program
Department of History, University of Manitoba (Winnipeg)
Prof. France Bouthillier, Associate Professor & Director, McGill School of Information Studies
There is no cost for attendance.
For further information, please check our website at:
http://www.gslis.mcgill.ca/aca/ or contact the McGill ACA communications officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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