Full Disclosure in the North West
This page gives the details of recent meetings and announcements relating to the Full Disclosure initiative in the North West
Manchester Workshop 9 December 2003
Held in the User Education Room, John Rylands University Library Manchester in collaboration with Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) North West
Morning session chaired by Tom Miles, Full Disclosure Project Officer, British Library
Introduction and welcome from Bill Simpson, Librarian, JRULM
Tom Miles: What is Full Disclosure?
Janice Tullock, Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) North West:
Getting funding for your project
Sheila Hingley, Durham University Library:
The Winterbottom Collection
Durham University was successful in obtaining funding from Full Disclosure's 2003 Call.
Afternoon session chaired by Marie-Pierre Détraz, CURL
Amanda Hill, Archives Hub
Nick Poole, Regional Policy Adviser, re:source (now MLA Council)
At the end of the workshop, delegates were asked: "What should Full Disclosure do for us?" Below are some of the suggestions.
FD should find ways of communicating with all three domains (publicity, e-mail lists etc)
There should be a Full Disclosure label
FD should have a very focused retro-cataloguing funding stream
FD should be the go-between between HLF and community
There should be high-level lobbying with funders
FD should demonstrate standards being a reflection of common practice
FD should carry out a scoping survey of collections in need of cataloguing, using already available surveys
FD should be talking to system providers about implementing standards