Unlocking Hidden Treasures Through Description: Comments on Archival Voyages of Discovery

  • Ann Pederson

Author Biography

Ann Pederson
Ann Pederson is Senior Lecturer in Archives Administration and Records Management in the School of Information, Library, and Archive Studies (SILAS) at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Before emigrating to Australia, Ann spent ten years at the Georgia Department of Archives and History in a number of different capacities, culminating in the position of Director of the Archives Division with responsibility for all archival functions. Her professional achievements include co-authorship (with Gail Farr) of Archives and Manuscripts: Public Programs (1982), prime responsibility for the first edition of Keeping Archives (1987), and a number of innovative professional and continuing education activities. Most recently she has collaborated with the Australian Archives to devise a distance education course in archives and records management. Ann is a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists.
Published
1994-01-01
How to Cite
Pederson, Ann. 1994. “Unlocking Hidden Treasures Through Description: Comments on Archival Voyages of Discovery”. Archivaria 37 (January), 47-63. https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/11985.
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