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ACA Institute

The ACA Institute offers a more intense learning experience, featuring topics and curriculum designed for archivists at a more advanced level. Institute sessions typically last two to three days and feature topics suggested by members – your assurance that the information will be relevant. Past topics have included:

  • Understanding Our Users
  • Monetary Appraisal of Archival Records
  • Preservation of Electronic Records
  • Archival Appraisal

If you have a topic to suggest for a future session of the ACA Institute, please contact the ACA Office.

 

Year

Theme

Leaders

Location

2012

Digital Preservation Management

Nancy McGovern

Kari Smith

Carolyn Hank

Montreal, QC

2010

Institute on Personal Archives

Catherine Hobbs

Sally Newman

Laura Carroll

Toronto, ON

2007

Why do they do that?: Understanding Our users

Wendy Duff

Jackie Spence

Ian Anderson

Andrea Johnson

Kingston, ON

2006

Archives in the Wake of Hugh Taylor: Shaping Archival Programmes for the 21st Century

Terry Cook

Tom Nesmith

St. John’s, NL

2004

Monetary Appraisal of Archival Records

Marcel Caya

Ellwood Jones

Carman Carroll

Montreal, QC

2003

Archives in Society and Society in Archives

Richard Cox

Michael Eamon

Miriam McTiernan

Terry Cook

Toronto, ON

2002

Approaches to the Preservation of Electronic Records

Wendy Duff

Anne Van Camp

Hans Hofman

Vancouver, BC

2002

Calling the Shot: Archival Appraisal in Theory and Practice

Barbara Craig

Terry Cook

Toronto, ON

2001

Modern Archives and the Australian Experience

Chris Hurley

Sue McKemmish

Winnipeg, MB

2000

Calling the Shot: Archival Appraisal in Theory and Practice

Barbara Craig

Terry Cook

Edmonton, AB

1999

Calling the Shot: Archival Appraisal in Theory and Practice

Barbara Craig

Terry Cook

London, ON