Archives Technician program Newsletter now online
The May 2000 issue of "Archivally Bound." the newsletter of the Algonquin College Archives Technician Program is now online. Choose the "Program Newsletter" link on the program home page at: http://www.algonquincollege.com/archives/home/
An enhanced search engine, is now available on the National Library of Canada's Web site. Improvements have been made to better serve site users. The NLC Site Search can be accessed at: http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/nlsearch/esrchall.htm
The Canadian Committee on Archival Description (CCAD) is pleased to present for comment a revised version of chapter 9 (Records in Electronic Form) of Rules for Archival Description (RAD). CCAD is very interested in getting your comments on this greatly expanded chapter.
The document is now available on the CCA web site (www.CdnCouncilArchives.ca). If you do not have access to the web site you can obtain a copy from Mireille Miniggio, CCA Project Manager, Canadian Council of Archives, 344 Wellington Street, Room 1009, Ottawa , ON, K1A 0N3, Tel. (613) 995-1555, Fax.: (613) 947-6662 , Email: : email@example.com
Sharon Larade, Chief Archivist is pleased to announce the launch of the new United
Church of Canada / Victoria University Archives web site.
The site features a display of key documents relating to Church Union in 1925. All pre-1925 Local Church Records are now available on the internet. Please visit our new web site to see what records are available through interlibrary loan: http://vicu.utoronto.ca/archives/archives.htm