One of the pleasures of working in the archives is the opportunity to pull out a box of records and examine the records […]Read More »
Early in 2016, I moved to the position of digital access technician in Archives, Access and Digital, where I am responsible for increasing and improving digital access to our collections. I get to work on all manner of projects and digital initiatives, using a variety of software applications. I coordinate small imaging projects, upload digital images and make corrections to descriptions in Access to Memory, popularly known as AtoM, a web application for archival description and public access. In general, I can be found doing anything that will improve access to our collections. There is never a boring day!
EducationLibrary technician certificate, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, 1983
BA (English/history), University of Victoria, 1989
Contact Chantaal RyaneEmail: email@example.com
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