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Digitising the Story of British Jazz

The National Jazz Archive, the UK’s most comprehensive archive of historical written and visual…

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How much does Digitisation cost?

Understandably, one of the most common initial questions we are asked by archivists and…

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ARA publishes Volunteering in Archives report 2014

The Archives & Records Association (ARA) has just published it’s latest research report, Volunteering…

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Dept for Culture Media & Sport Taking Part Q2 report - Key takeaways for Archives

(Image source: DCMS Taking Part Q2: Digital Participation Visualisation) In December 2014 the Department…

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How to Digitise... Glass Plate Negatives

Glass plate negatives are one of the most fragile mediums that archivists and holders…

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Introducing our NEW Digital Image Gallery

For the first time, we have brought together images from the most unique & fascinating collections that our technicians have scanned in a new Image Gallery.

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TWA Digitisation & Archive projects feature in BBC Who Do You Think You Are magazine

We are delighted to announce that five of our heritage digitisation and archive website projects have been featured in the Jan issue of BBC Who Do You Think You Are magazine.

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9th/12th Royal Lancers Museum online archive launched

We’re excited to announce that the 9th/12th Royal Lancers Museum’s archives are now…

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East England Regional Archives Council launches 2015 Small Grants scheme

January sees the East of England Regional Archives Council (EERAC) launch a new Small…

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Top five: Archives and Digitisation blogs of 2014

We are (perhaps unsurprisingly) always keen to hear news about ambitious digitisation projects, stories…

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