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- Archival Film Flashes Back to 70s Student Life
- Manuscript Traces SFU's Architectural History
- Early University News Publications Now Digitally Available
- Digitized Programs Commemorate SFU’s Opening & Installation Ceremonies
- Archives Celebrates Fall Convocation with Release of Digitized Programs
- Films Capture Visual History and Sentiment of Time Gone By
- Lost and Found: Simon Fraser Letters
- Oral History Provides Glimpse into Mind of SFU’s First Chancellor Gordon Shrum
- Early SFU Photos Tell a Story That Frames Our World
- Aerial Photos Capture Campus Landscape & Photographer’s Legacy
- You have what...?!! and other interesting things you didn't know about the SFU Archives
- Charting the course of history: documenting SFU's early days from the student perspective (Part 1)
- Charting the course of history: documenting SFU's early days from the student perspective (Part 2)
- Helping others find their history in the future: Preserving the records of the Students of Caribbean and African Ancestry at SFU
- Preserving the sparks of global revolution in the Adbusters Media Foundation fonds
- Reflections of a co-op student
- Debunking popular myths and conspiracies with the Barry Beyerstein fonds
- In "The Beginning...": First student film returns to SFU
- "Got any pictures of Terry Fox?"
- My summer in the archives: a co-op placement retrospective
- Seeing the world through Arthur Erickson's eyes
- Beer (records) in the Archives!
Here we highlight the work that SFU Archives does in partnership with other departments and members of the University community, other academic institutions, community groups and organizations, professional associations and corporations.
Artefactual is a Canadian company providing sustainable preservation and access solutions for cultural heritage and academic research organizations, through its AtoM (Access to Memory) archival description software and Archivematica digital preservation system. SFU Archives has a longstanding partnership with Artefactual to develop solutions that work for our own needs as well as for the broader archival and digital preservation community. Find out more about some of our recent collaborations with Artefactual.
Richard Dancy is a member of the BC Archivematica Users Group.
The Access to Memory (AtoM) Foundation was established in 2018 to oversee and support the development, sustainability and adoption of AtoM as a multilingual, multi-repository open source application for standards-based archival description and access.
Richard Dancy is a member of the AtoM Foundation Road Map Committee.
Paul Hebbard sits on the Foundation's Board of Directors.
National Archival Appraisal Board
The National Archival Appraisal Board (NAAB) is an independent not-for-profit corporation created to provide appraisal services for donations of archival records to Canadian cultural institutions.
Richard Dancy is Co-Chair of the NAAB Ad Hoc Committee on the Monetary Appraisal of Electronic Records and a member of the Research Committee.
Melanie Hardbattle is a Practising NAAB Appraiser, serving on the Professional Development Committee and as the Regional Coordinator for British Columbia and Northern Canada.
Association of Canadian Archivists
The Association of Canadian Archivists (ACA) is a non-profit organization that represents the needs and interests of archives and records professionals throughout Canada.
Melanie Hardbattle is Chair of the ACA's Special Interest Section on Personal Archives (SISPA) and is a member of the Host Committee for the 2022 Conference.
Shamin Malmas is a member of the 2022 Conference Program Committee.
Robert McLelland is Co-Chair of the Public Awareness and Advocacy Committee.
Canadian Archive of Women in STEM
SFU Archives is a contributor to the Canadian Archive of Women in STEM portal, an initiative of the University of Ottawa Library - Archives and Special Collections in collaboration with Library and Archives Canada and the Canadian Institute of Women in Engineering and Sciences (CIWES) (formerly INWES-ERI).
The portal brings together and makes accessible (in both English and French) information about records of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) held by Canadian archival institutions.