National Archives of Australia

Posts Tagged as: conservation

Drowning in information? Navigating the digital age through collaboration and change

Issue 11 July 2013

During Information Management Month, Director-General David Fricker reflected on the role of the Archives in an age that threatens ‘information overload’. Continue reading

Know your enemy: archives go up in smoke

Issue 8 October 2012

Why did Archives conservators stand by and watch files, photos and artworks go up in smoke? Continue reading

Restoring the dreams of colonial entrepreneurs

Issue 7 August 2012

Find out how conservators have restored the dreams of colonial entrepreneurs by preserving 19th-century trademarks records. Continue reading

Traversing Antarctica: the Australian experience

Issue 4 October 2011

The behind-the-scenes contribution of Archives staff in developing an exciting new exhibition. Continue reading

Archives conservation efforts assist global warming research

Issue 1 January 2011

Some of the oldest records held by the Archives contain information that can help us understand the problem of global warming. Continue reading