The Association of Canadian Archivists is pleased to open registrations for our 46th annual conference, Home Improvement: Building Archives Through Change. The conference will take place online via the Whova platform from June 7-11, 2021.
With over 100 speakers, facilitators and instructors from Canada, the USA, and Australia addressing topics such as collaborative community archives, sustainability, archival education, digital records, and online description and access, our vibrant and inclusive program will provide many opportunities for thoughtful learning and development. We are excited to feature plenary panels addressing the crucial topics of human rights documentation projects and Black history and memory, and a closing keynote by internationally-lauded author and archivist Verne Harris.
Finally, a series of delightful social events and activities including a screening of archival films, a trivia night, and some special surprises to come will help keep attendees connected and energized!
The program and more can be accessed at https://archivists.ca/2021/
Note that the conference registration form asks you to select sessions you plan on attending. This information will help the team plan for session and event attendance. Unless otherwise noted in the form, you will be able to attend any of the listed sessions on the day-of.
A number of free subsidized spots are also available to students and precariously employed members facing financial hardship thanks to the support of the ACA Board and donations from members. These are offered on a first come, first served basis by contacting the ACA Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can’t wait to see you at ACA 2021!
We're excited to announce that again this year, ACA 2021 has a free, official app via the Whova platform. Once you download Whova to your desktop or mobile device, you will be able to:
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