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Lindsay Ould – Croydon Council

04/08/2020

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Lindsay Ould became Borough Archivist at Croydon after a career change from IT later in life that saw her go to university at the same time as her kids.

Lindsay talks about the archives building a sense of place for the diverse communities in her native Croydon. She explains how her previous experience as a researcher helps her understand the needs of users and how engagement with users from different Croydon communities informs the archives work.

Lindsay discusses how being in the same team as the museum and libraries has led to the archives contributing to a wide range of exhibitions and online digital projects reflecting the depth and diversity of both the collections and the communities the archive serves.

She also tells us about her impressive portfolio of TV appearances with the archive.

Links

Website : www.museumofcroydon.com

Collections information : museumofcroydon.com/collections

Our Queer+ Croydon : museumofcroydon.com/mark-goldby-mainpage

Lindsay Ould – Croydon Council

Lindsay Ould became Borough Archivist at Croydon after a career change from IT later in life that saw her go to university at the same time as her kids.

Lindsay talks about the archives building a sense of place for the diverse communities in her native Croydon. She explains how her previous experience as a researcher helps her understand the needs of users and how engagement with users from different Croydon communities informs the archives work.

Lindsay discusses how being in the same team as the museum and libraries has led to the archives contributing to a wide range of exhibitions and online digital projects reflecting the depth and diversity of both the collections and the communities the archive serves.

She also tells us about her impressive portfolio of TV appearances with the archive.

Links

Website : www.museumofcroydon.com

Collections information : museumofcroydon.com/collections

Our Queer+ Croydon : museumofcroydon.com/mark-goldby-mainpage

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