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CCA - Webinars 


Updated February 23, 2018

 

An Introduction to Copyright for Archives 

  Coming soon

ACDPS Webinar

  TBD
Preserve and Protect: Archives Security Webinar

  Coming soon

Archival Appraisal Webinar

  Coming soon

 

Discounts and additional fees: 
Receive a 10% discount when the same person registers for 2 or more webinars.
$25 for each additional person attending from your organization (conditions apply and excludes An Introduction to Copyright for Archives).
Additional registration for
An Introduction to Copyright for Archives is $75. 
Extra computer and telephone access points are available for a fee of $20 each.

Click here to download the Registration Form.

 


 

Archival Appraisal Webinar

Archival appraisal is the foundation for building collections of long-term historical value. Careful selection of material for permanent retention ensures that institutional resources support only those holdings that meet acquisition criteria and contribute to the documentary heritage. Decisions leading to what is kept have immense consequences for how histories are written, and lie at the heart of archival professional practice. 

The Canadian Council of Archives webinar on Archival Appraisal will provide an introduction to appraisal strategies and the elements of an archival appraisal report. As archivists, our decisions are informed by the principles and tools of current practice. The archival appraisal report not only records what informed the selection process, but also leaves an essential trace of what was eliminated so that future generations of researchers can judge those decisions. This webinar also compliments the content of the NAAB Bootcamp.

Instructor: Theresa Rowat
Working over 30 years in heritage and culture, Theresa brings specialized expertise in archival collections with a focus on visual and media holdings.

Sessions offered: 

 
March 24, 2017 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm ET

Registration is limited and advance registration will be required.
Cost: 
 
 
Registration is $165 
$25 for each additional person attending from your organization

Registration:

 

To register, please complete this form and email it to cca@archivescanada.ca (in the subject line please write: webinar registration form).
 

 

 

Copyright Webinar: Recent Changes in Canadian Copyright Legislation & How it Affects Your Archives

Did you miss it last year? CCA is pleased to once again offer this great session. This 90-minute webinar is designed to inform the archival community about changes to the copyright legislation.

What does your staff need to know? How does the new legislation affect your reference services, your digitization programs? ... your donors? .... your preservation program? Please join us to learn more about Bill C-11 and its implementation. Spend an interactive 90 minutes with us and learn about how the new amendments will affect your institution and your users.

Tap into the knowledge of session lead Nancy Marrelli, Senior Advisor on Copyright to the CCA Board of Directors. Nancy has closely followed copyright legislation and spearheaded copyright advocacy for the Canadian archival community for many years. Please join us to learn more about Bill C-11 and its implementation. 

Instructor: Nancy Marrelli
Nancy is Archivist Emerita at Concordia University in Montreal and co-publisher of Véhicule Press. She is also the Special Advisor on Copyright for the Board of Directors of the Canadian Council of Archives.

Sessions offered:
 
 

March 22, 2017 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm ET

Registration is limited and advance registration will be required.

Cost: 
  
 
Registration is $165 
$25 for each additional person attending from your organization

Registration:

  
 

To register, please complete this form and email it to cca@archivescanada.ca (in the subject line please write: webinar registration form).

 

 

 

ACDPS Webinar
The ARCHIVESCANADA Digital Preservation Service (ACDPS) offers institutions of all sizes access to a digital preservation service maintained in an optimized technological environment. Governed through CCA, participating institutions are able to preserve small or large digital collections using open-source, standards-compliant Archivematica and AtoM tools. 

 

CCA and Artefactual Systems are pleased to offer an informational webinar for those curious about how ACDPS could help them better preserve their digital content. We intend to offer these sessions monthly.

 

The webinar will introduce participants to the features of the service and offer a brief demonstration of the software. There will be time for questions and answers. The webinar will be conducted in English; however, CCA staff will be available to provide assistance to participants that would like to ask questions in French. 

 

For more information on ACDPS go to http://www.archivescanada.ca/ACDPS

 

When:                  Thursday October 5th at 12:00pm ET, or
                              Thursday November 2nd at 12:00pm ET, or
                              Thursday December 14th at 12:00pm ET

Duration:             60 minutes

Who:                     Kelly Stewart, Artefactual Systems

 

For more information or to sign up for the webinar please email kstewart@artefactual.com

 

 

An Introduction to Copyright for Archives
Demystify the complex world of Copyright!  Join us for  CCA’s “An Introduction to Copyright for Archives”.

 

Learn the underlying general principles about how copyright law works, find out about the provisions of the Canadian Copyright Act that are directly related to the activities of archival institutions in the digital environment, including the most recent changes to the law. Through practical case studies, participants will discuss the obligations and rights of both copyright owners and users, and will be introduced to some practical strategies that enable archivists to comply with the complexities of copyright law.

 

Offered over three days, using teleconference and an online learning platform, this webinar will encompass at least six hours of learning and interaction with colleagues from across Canada.

 

January 3-part webinar:

Day 1 Tuesday, January 23 from 12pm to 2:00pm ET
Day 2 Wednesday, January 24 from 12pm to 2:00pm ET
Day 3 Thursday, January 25 from 12pm to 2:00pm ET


February 3-part webinar:

Day 1 Tuesday, February 13 from 12pm to 2:00pm ET
Day 2 Wednesday, February 14 from 12pm to 2:00pm ET
Day 3 Thursday, February 15 from 12pm to 2:00pm ET

 

Notes:

  • Registrants must attend all three sessions and be willing to complete a simple evaluation form after the final session.
  • You must have access to a computer with Internet access and telephone line to participate in the webinar.
  • To maximize this learning opportunity, registration will be limited.
  • Please allow for an extra 15 to 30 minutes at the end of each session, in case the discussion goes longer than expected.
  • This 3-part webinar is only available in English at this time; however, participants are encouraged to ask questions in English or French.

 

Instructor: Nancy Marrelli

Nancy is Archivist Emerita at Concordia University in Montreal and co-publisher of Véhicule Press. She is also the Special Advisor on Copyright for the Board of Directors of the Canadian Council of Archives.

Sessions offered:
 

January 23, 24 & 25, 2018 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm ET
February 13, 14 & 15, 2018 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm ET
Registration is limited and advance registration will be required.

Cost: 
  
 
Registration is: $335     
$75 for each additional person attending from your organization (up to 3)

Registration:

  

To register, please complete this form and email it to cca@archivescanada.ca (in the subject line please write: webinar registration form).

 

 

Preserve and Protect: Archives Security Webinar

Has a researcher ever walked out of your institution with a document in their pocket? 
What measures can you take to protect your records with increasingly limited human and financial resources?

Most archives and special collections libraries are experiencing operational challenges, and as a result the physical security of collections against theft or vandalism can become a troublesome concern. Security is a fundamental, integral component of archival management that is in part tied to appraisal, arrangement and description, reference and preservation. Protection of records include: deterrents to theft; identification of missing items; environmental control; protection from fire, flood and other disasters; safe exhibition and loan procedures; and insurance for valuable items.

The Canadian Council of Archives webinar on Archival Security will provide an introduction to risk assessment, policies and procedures to minimize risks and prevent loss of records, security training for staff, security systems and equipment and crisis management.

Instructor: Iona McCraith
Iona is the AAO Archives Advisor (since May 2013) and since 1999 has also maintained a private practice as a preservation consultant and archival materials conservator.

Sessions offered: 
 

TBD
Registration is limited and advance registration will be required.

Cost: 
  
 
Registration is $165 
$25 for each additional person attending from your organization

Registration:

To register, please complete this form and email it to cca@archivescanada.ca (in the subject line please write: webinar registration form).

 

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