Institutional History, Preservation, and Access Seeking Volunteers, Documents

By Jonathan Pringle

Ann Leonard is updating our AzLA Institutional History, Preservation, and Access Committee page with links to a survey for interested volunteers and a survey for individuals wishing to transfer AzLA records to us and/or the State Archives.

The AzLA Institutional History, Preservation, and Access Committee is an ad hoc committee devoted to developing systems and procedures for the preservation and retention of AzLA records. Goals of the committee include: locating and collecting files of the association, determining what records should be retained, the retention schedule, where archival documents are stored (both print & digital), and retention best practices.

The volunteers survey is for you to indicate how you wish to be involved with the activities of this committee. It asks for contact information, your current and past involvement with AzLA, your preferred committee activities, and your thoughts about what this group could do or how it could best accomplish its goals.

The records transfer survey asks for a brief description of the records you wish to transfer, whether physical or electronic, including date range, medium, and format, and their subject.

Jonathan Pringle
Chair, Institutional History, Preservation, and Access Committee

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