Each cohort of Active New Professionals are supported to work together to complete a group project to support and extend the aims of the New Professionals Programme. Below you will find some of the recent projects developed by them.
- Volunteers in archives: exploring the relationship between archive professionals and volunteers – NPs 2022/23. To learn more about this project:
- Webinar “Volunteering Within the Heritage Sector: Exploring the Relationship Between the Archive Professional and Volunteers”, as part of the International Archives Week 2023 online programme, June 2023
- Survey: Gaps: An Analysis of the Roles, Responsibilities and Challenges of New Professionals Today – NPs 2021/22. To learn more about this project:
- Webinar “New Professionals: Who we are, what we do and how you can support us”, as part of the International Archives Week 2022 online programme, June 2022
- ICA Roma 2022 Conference Presentation: Gaps: An Analysis of the Roles, Responsibilities and Challenges of New Professionals Today
- ICA New Professionals Survey 2022 - Final Report, May 2023 - This report was presented at the June 2023 PCOM meeting. PCOM is responding to the recommendations provided and will work with the NPP and other areas of the ICA to consider implementation of some recommendations.
The survey data is available to download at the end of this page, and the interviews can be watched here.
- Survey: Whose Stories Do We Tell? A New Professional’s Survey on Archival Digitization Strategies – NPs 2020/21. To learn more about this project:
- Webinar “Whose Stories Do We Tell: A New Professionals Picnic Blanket on Digitisation Strategy” as part of the International Archives Week 2021 online programme, June 2021
- #ICAEKS2021 Conference Presentation - “Whose Stories Do We Tell: Viewing the Past, Present and Future through the Lens of Digitisation”, October 2021
- “Whose stories do we not tell, perspective from the ICA New Professionals”, Flash n°43, May 2022
- ICA Roma 2022 Conference presentation - Whose Stories Do We Tell?: Practical Actions Towards An Inclusive Digitisation Strategy
- Outreach and support - Giving voice to archival new professionals – NPs 2019/20. To learn more about this project:
- Leaflet: Running a Workshop at a Conference for First-Time Facilitators (see Downloads section at the bottom of the page)
- A Statement on Archives and the Black Lives Matter Movement (see Downloads section at the bottom of the page)
- ICA New Professionals session – Discussion on archives and records in a changing world, ICA DTAAdelaide2019 Conference, 24 October 2019
- Contributions to the ICA magazine Flash n°39, “User-Centered: A glimpse in tomorrow's archives”, April 2020
- ICA #IAW2020 webinar « ICA New Professionals Sunday Coffee (or Tea) », an hour’s discussion around the many different ways to be an archivist in 2020.
- Study on Training Offer for Stewardship of Documentary Heritage - NPs 2018/19. To learn more about this project:
- ICA Yaoundé 2018 presentation – Continuity and Change: Reflections on current Stewardship of Documentary Heritage, 27 November 2018
- Contributions to the ICA magazine Flash n°37, “Yaoundé: Historic Conference in Africa”, March 2019
- Advocacy: New Professionals Programme – NPs 2017/18. To learn more about this project:
- Survey: ICA New Professionals – NPs 2016/17. To learn more about this project:
- ICA Congress 2016 Presentation – ICA’s 2016 New Professionals Programme (NPP) Achievements and Perspectives, 8 September 2016
- Contributions to the ICA magazine Flash n°33, “Sustaining the Spirit of Seoul”, January 2017
- ICA New Professionals Survey – 2016: Final Report
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