The professional publication “Archives and digitalization in Russia” published by Saint-Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise “Saint-Petersburg Information and Analytical Centre” represents the rich history of the archiving in Russia, the careful way of preserving the heritage for future generations, its cultural and historical role through years. (more…)
Professional publication “Deployment of the e-archive system in Russia” made available to the public
The professional publication “Deployment of the e-archive system in Russia” published by Saint-Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise “Saint-Petersburg Information and Analytical Centre” provides the comprehensive information on current situation on deployment of e-archive system in Russia. Here one can retrace documents lifecycle from creation to becoming an e-document. Also different strategies, conditions and theories of development and creation of e-archives are discussed in the paper.
Project representatives take part in the Annual Event of the ENPI Estonia-Latvia-Russia cross border cooperation programme on 3-4 June in Pavlovsk and Gatchina
Annual Event of the ENPI Estonia-Latvia-Russia cross border cooperation programme was held on 3-4 June in Pavlovsk and Gatchina, Russia gathering a number of policy makers, representatives of member states, projects, international organisations and other stakeholders. Among them also the project “Cross Border E-archives” that was represented by the lead partner “Culture information systems centre” and two other partners – the National Archives of Latvia and St. Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise “St. Petersburg Information and Analytical Centre”. (more…)
Project manager Edmunds Vanags from non-governmental organisation “Ideju Forums” participated and represented the project “Cross Border E-archive” in 3rd Liber Workshop on Digital curation that took place in Vienna, Austria on 19th May. (more…)
The results of the survey of the project beneficiaries in Estonia, Latvia and Russia have now been published
In February – March 2014 the survey of the project beneficiaries in Estonia, Latvia and Russia was conducted to clarify attitudes of beneficiaries and target groups towards the project and to improve the understanding of the most valuable content for the society in all three countries as well as to evaluate importance of the project and determine the most interesting materials for the society of all three countries. 1’132 respondents were surveyed representing the voice of archives staff, registered users in archives, and students studying archive and records management. (more…)