The Association of Canadian Archivists McGill University Student Chapter is dedicated to representing the future professionals of the Canadian archival community.
Ninth Annual Winter Colloquium, Friday, February 12th, SIS: Room 106
We will once again be hosting a colloquium offering students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to learn more about current archives-related issues and trends.
The ACA McGill Student Chapter is pleased to welcome the following speakers
La Corporation des bibliothécaires professionnels du Québec (CBPQ) est l’organisme qui représente exclusivement la profession de bibliothécaire au Québec. Elle offre aussi plusieurs bénéfices à ses membres (apprenez-en davantage ICI). À noter : seuls les membres de la Corporation ont le droit de porter le titre « bibliothécaire professionnel » au Québec.
2nd Annual McGill ACA Coloquium
Breaking out of the Box!
The challenges of archival practice in the digital world
Plenary speaker David Bearman
President / Partner, Archives and Museum Informatics LLC
Friday, March 27, 2009 from 10:00am-4:30pm
School of Information Studies, McGill University
3459 McTavish, Room MS-24. Montreal.
What is the McGill ACA?
The Association of Canadian Archivists McGill University Student Chapter is dedicated to representing the future professionals of the Canadian archival community. The student association is made up of students enrolled in the Archival Studies stream of the MLIS program in the McGill School of Information Studies, as well as interested students in the other streams.
These pages include information about our executive members, our constitution, and records of our monthly meetings.
The McGill Multilingual Children's Library is a small library designed to serve McGill families by providing multilingual children's books and language resources.
These resources are primarily for the use of international students and their families as they settle into life in Montreal. Being part of this casual, fun group allows you the chance to practice the skills you learn in class by running your very own library. To get involved, please contact mcgillmcl [at] gmail [dot] com.