Remotely Useful

Remotely Useful

Remotely Useful cover

Earlier this month we were delighted to announce Remotely Useful, Brack and Brine’s second publication. Mark and Morgen have teamed up again as co-authors, delivering on a proposal accepted by the Council on Information and Library Resources in the United States for their prestigious Pocket Burgundy series. We are honoured to be a part of this series of open-access, electronic publications, and we are grateful to the excellent team at CLIR for publishing our work. We are also excited and humbled by the enthusiasm of the many colleagues who contributed ideas and feedback. We intend for Remotely Useful to be just one part of a careers-long conversation on record-keeping in the North, shared among many people, communities, and institutions. Download here.

A long-awaited reference guide for Northern record-keeping

in four lessons from “First Principles” to “Computing Capacity”

based on practical experience

and engaging archival expertise…

that’s Remotely Useful.