Exhibition Interpretation Volunteer
The Angus Library and Archive are seeking a volunteer Exhibition Interpretation Volunteer for an upcoming exhibition on 17th – 20th century literature, with a working title of ‘Virtue and Vice and All Things Nice’. This role would offer you the opportunity to gain skills and experience researching in a library and archive, handling rare books… Read more »
Job Vacancy: Learning and Participation Officer and Project Evaluator
Learning and Participation Officer and Project Evaluator The Angus Library and Archive 8 month FT contract to start mid-February 2015 £22,440 pro rata Regent’s Park College (RPC), a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford, has a full-time, grant- funded position for a Learning and Participation Officer and Project Evaluator. RPC has secured… Read more »
Volunteering with Angry Hippos
The Angus Library and Archive are seeking a volunteer Exhibition Researcher for an upcoming exhibition on 17th – 20th century literature, with a working title of ‘Virtue and Vice and All Things Nice’. This role would offer you the opportunity to gain skills and experience researching in an archive, handling rare books and curating an… Read more »
History Twilight Session: Wednesday 8th October
History teachers – would you like a unique opportunity to handle and work with original documents, images and artefacts at an Oxford college? A chance to use collections to help to create accessible, imaginative and stimulating resources to use with your Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils? If so, The Angus Library and Archive, Regent’s Park… Read more »
Volunteering at The Angus
I have been volunteering in The Angus for almost a year now, and in that time a lot has happened. I’ve been involved in the creation of three successful exhibitions and am now starting work on my fourth. We’ve also seen guest speakers, run school sessions, and this week I’m off to Glasgow for some… Read more »
Archive Taster Sessions: The Story So Far…
Underneath Pusey St, Oxford, a number of exciting stories lurk in the rolling stacks of The Angus Library and Archive. Through developing Archive Taster Sessions, we aim to set loose some of these stories by offering inquisitive students challenging and intriguing activities framed around historical individuals. The focus is on giving students the opportunity to… Read more »
Exhibition Research Volunteers Needed!
We need volunteers specifically to work on preparing materials for our upcoming exhibitions. Themes include: Women, Slavery, Fairtrade, and Literature. The exhibitions will coincide with national events: Black History Month, International Women’s Day & Fairtrade Fortnight. Volunteers will be able to interpret our archive treasures in a way to make them presentable to the public…. Read more »
Interested in running an Archiving for the Future course in your area?
At The Angus Library & Archive we are in need of volunteers to help run Archiving for the Future courses in churches across the UK. We are looking for anyone with experience in training others, or with knowledge of archiving, to present our Archiving course to prospective groups. Full ‘train the trainer’ training will be… Read more »