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Royal Society of Arts

05/11/2020

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Reordering and digitising a physical collection in the middle of lockdown? A tall order it would seem but not for the RSA who have been getting creative in their working practices.

Abby Barletta, Assistant Archivist talks to Max about the practicalities of digitising and preserving a large and eclectic physical collection and about the added potential for outreach and audience engagement a digitised collection offers, particularly during lockdown. She talks additionally about the RSA's current digital projects and plans for the future.

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Website: www.thersa.org/about-us/archive-and-history
Catalogue: rsa-dryad.maxarchiveservices.co.uk/

Royal Society of Arts

Reordering and digitising a physical collection in the middle of lockdown? A tall order it would seem but not for the RSA who have been getting creative in their working practices.

Abby Barletta, Assistant Archivist talks to Max about the practicalities of digitising and preserving a large and eclectic physical collection and about the added potential for outreach and audience engagement a digitised collection offers, particularly during lockdown. She talks additionally about the RSA's current digital projects and plans for the future.

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