Remote Work in Archives: Zooming in, Sharing Points, Slacking Off

Certificate Eligibility: 
90 minutes
Max Attendees: 

In this workshop, managers from several institutions will discuss how remote work, developed as an emergency response during the pandemic, has become a new reality of archival work that affects priorities, productivity, and relationships. Topics addressed will include the benefits and challenges posed by remote work at their archives, the impact on relationships between leadership and employees, and how the trend of remote work is advancing into the future of archives.

Learning Outcomes: 
Explore management-related challenges, lessons, and opportunities pertaining to remote work in archives.
Discuss the shifting work culture that possesses an expectation of remote work.
Identify strategies for productively implementing remote work in archives.
Evaluate how archival tasks/positions can successfully incorporate remote work, as well as any tasks/positions that may not thrive via remotely.
Who Should Attend: 


Archivists and others who are responsible and/or will be responsible for managing employees working remotely.


What You Should Already Know: 

No prior knowledge necessary.

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