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Advisory Services

The British Columbia Archival Education and Advisory Service (EAS) offers educational opportunities including webinars, workshops, roundtables, and provides advisory services to archival organizations and archivists throughout the province. The EAS Coordinator also provides advice, professional best practices, and resources along with strategies and practical tips on how to manage, preserve and provide access to archival records in all formats for all sizes of archival collections.

Education and Advisory Services are available to both AABC members and non-members. Advisory services are available by:

  • phone, mail, or email
  • in person site visits
  • through speaking engagements at AABC regional gatherings or at other meetings, events, conferences, or forums
The AABC EAS Coordinator is a member of the Canadian Council of Archives (CCA) Archives Advisory Services Working Group.

For more information, you can reach the EAS Coordinator at

About the AABC EAS Coordinator

Lisa Glandt, MAS

Lisa Glandt has been the Education and Advisory Services (EAS) Coordinator for the Archives Association of British Columbia since 2015. In this role she delivers custom archival training, workshops and webinars; teaches distance education courses; consults during site visits; and provides support and guidance to archival organizations and archivists throughout the province. Over the last 24 years she has worked in a wide variety of archival and records management settings including museums, municipal government and academic institutions. She has also worked for private organizations, helping them to set up and successfully manage their archival holdings.

Lisa holds an undergraduate degree in History from SFU and a Master of Archival Studies degree from UBC (MAS, 2001).

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