Hello AAO friends,
Despite April being the cruellest month (especially this particular April), the promising signs of Spring are arriving: warmer days, longer nights and a fresh issue of Off the Record! First of all, I want to thank all the contributors who sent submissions despite the exigencies of the times. I hope you enjoy reading this issue from wherever you may be at the moment!
AAO members can access the new issue here.
And it is a splendid issue indeed. AAO Archives Advisor Iona McCraith and Archeion Coordinator Lisa Snider offer some COVID-specific advice and resources for working from home. We profile the great work of Paul Leatherdale of the Law Society of Ontario in the Member Spotlight section. And the colleagues and friends of the late Julia Hendry recognize her remarkable contributions to our community. The issue concludes with a fantastic summary of the recent Access + Care: Indigenous Knowledges and Archival Practice symposium.
The still-fresh Spring 2019 issue is also now open to all.
I hope that all AAO members remain safe and well, and thank you for your continued support and readership!
Editor, Off the Record