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Monthly Archives: March 2020
Free Webinar on Creating Family Archives by Margot Note
Do you want to organize your family archives during this time of social distancing and stay-at-home measures, but need a little inspiration? Margot Note, an archivist, records manager, consultant, and author of the book Creating Family Archives: A Step-by-Step Guide … Continue reading
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So, you’ve decided to keep a Coronavirus diary- now what?
Have you decided to document your experience of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic crisis? This could include a written diary or blog, audio or video, scrapbook, images or photos, sketchbook, etc. Any of these formats (and others) can be a diary. Whether … Continue reading
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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis: Document Your Story
A call for volunteers: The COVID-19 Pandemic has affected all of us in many different ways and we are all eyewitnesses to the events that have been unfolding the last few weeks. This is a time for us to record … Continue reading