Hello AAO friends,
I am pleased to announce that the Fall 2020 issue of Off the Record
is now available to members. AAO members can access the issue here.
This issue includes features from Sara Janes, who reports on an informal survey of archives' reopening policies, and Danielle Robichaud on the joys and trials of migrating descriptions to AtoM. The issue also includes a member spotlight featuring Katrina Cohen-Palacios and plenty of news and updates on the many goings-on of the AAO and our community. And not to mention an amazing stitched cover submission from Julia Holland!
The Fall 2019 issue is also now open to all readers.
Finally, I should note that this is my last issue in the role of Editor. You can read all about it in the Editor's message, but the long and short of it is that I am extremely grateful for the wonderful support OTR has received over the last 5 years, including all the great writing, ideas and projects I have been privileged to showcase in this publication. I am extremely excited to say that Michael Friesen (Archivist at the Ontario Jewish Archives) will be taking on the role starting with the next issue. Please join me in welcoming Michael - and think about submitting something to the next issue! I will be assisting Michael with the Winter 2021 issue so it would be ideal to have some wonderful writing for us to edit together!