The Archival Advisory Service has been established as a central co-ordinating, consultative and
advisory program able to provide a wide range of beneficial services to SCAA
member archives. This service is intended to facilitate the development of
co-operative inter-archival networks,enhance many facets of professional
education and training, and serve as a focus for addressing the evolving
concerns and priorities of the province's archival community.
516 Clarence Ave S
Saskatoon, SK S7H 2C9
Office: (306) 242-0796
Cell: (306) 220-2176
The Archives Advisor provides outreach services and is
available for consultation to all member institutions on questions
concerning archival practice and procedures, the Rules for Archival Description (RAD), making entries to the databases as well as providing guidance to SCAA grant applications and related topics.
The Archives Advisor is also responsible for disseminating educational material, thorough the"Ask an Archivist" page here, workshops and publications; and helps coordinates public awareness initiatives such as Archives Week.
The Archives Advisor also provides support to
SCAA member institutions participating in the Saskatchewan Archival Information Network (SAIN) project.