Records and archives play a vital role in society - they provide us with evidence of transactions, interactions, and as such serve as tools that support us in examining and upholding social and legal accountability. Archives and records also exist as the continuing memory of groups, communities, individuals, corporations or organizations - as illustrations of documentary and cultural heritage that can ultimately provide us with a better understanding of complex histories, systems and continuing practises and initiatives.
This section of the guide is intended for students specializing in practical and theoretical approaches to the study of archives, in areas including:
Archives and Museum Informatics
Journal of archival organization
Provincial & National