Margot Note

Margot Note is an author, archivist, and records manager helping individuals and organizations harness their history. As the principal of Margot Note Consulting LLC, she facilitates the understanding of the importance of unique collections, suggesting ways to manage them and use them to tell stories to connect with people. To learn more, please visit margotnote.com.
Archival Values and Use

Archival Values and Use

For archives, use and value are closely correlated; there are primary and secondary archival collections users; evidential and information value types

Archival Program Management

Archival Program Management

Best practices for archival programs include coordination with other departments and stakeholders, optimal organizational reporting and staffing

Archival Security Basics

Archival Security Basics

When thinking about archives and disaster planning, archivisits must consider how to mitigate theft, loss, and neglect in addition to natural threats

Reference for Archives

Reference for Archives

Archival reference is the process of connecting users to primary sources that answer their research questions and is tied to all archivist activities.

Archives and Memory

Archives and Memory

Archives are institutions that control the past yet are assumed to be impartial, neutral, and objective, but with power over memory, identity, history

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