The International Institute for Archival Science – IIAS stems from the Centre for Technical and Professional Problems in Archives founded in 1986 on the initiative of Mr. Peter Pavel Klasinc... (read more)
Activities of IIAS
The main activity of the IIAS is the yearly international meeting. In 1989 it was decided to issue a review dedicated to the problems of the field, called "Atlanti". The first issue, in 1991, became the following year the official review of the International Institute for Archival Science...(read more)
A new section of the IIAS website is now available, a Forum dedicated to discussion and debate on archival issues (English language only). With this forum IIAS means to offer a virtual place where members and non members of the International Institute for Archival Science can meet and share ideas, opinions etc..., wishing that a wide, lively and useful participation will lead everybody to a professional growth.
The Forum is divided in three sections: the first, Archival Autumn School, for matters related to the IIAS Archival School; the second, Archival science, for general archival issues; the third, Archival Terms Dictionary project, intended to support the work on the IIAS Multilingual Dictionary.
The Forum is dedicated to international archival community. For posting messages, user registration (subdued to Forum administrators approval) is required.
Please feel free to subscribe and give your contributions!
27th International Archival Day
During its meeting on October 26th, 2016, the Assembly of the IIAS Members set and confirmed the topics for the 27th IIAS International Archival Day, to be held in Trieste on second half of October 2017:
1. Archival processing of born digital records
2. Training of archivists in 21st century
IIAS therefore invites you to submit a complete text (minimum 6, maximum 16 pages), preferably in one of the three IIAS official languages (English, Italian, Slovenian) not later than April 9th 2017. The text should contain the abstract (maximum 150 words) in English and in your national language and the summary (1000 words if the article is written in your national language, if in English than maximum 400 words) in English. The Editorial Board will evaluate your proposal and, not later than April 30th, 2017, give a response of acceptance or not.
You are kindly requested to strictly comply with the Guidelines for Publishing in “Atlanti”, particularly for citations, both for bibliography and references (i.e. footnotes, quotes) since this will be very important in editing the publication.
The articles must be sent in electronic version (Word file) via e-mail to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist. Prof. Dr. Peter Pavel Klasinc
Prof. Dr. Grazia Tatò Deputy