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What do Archivists do?

Archivists manage, process, store and disseminate information contained in an organization's archives. They acquire, store and research textual material, pictures, maps, architectural documents, electronic materials, films and videos, and sound recordings and multimedia materials.

How to become: Archivists

A bachelor's degree minor in archival studies or a university degree with a certificate in archival studies is required.

A master's degree in archival studies, archival studies and information science, library science or history may be required.

Where to study for a career as: Archivists

Robert Gordon University - Graduate Programs
Aberdeen, Scotland, GB

Related Program(s):
Information and Library Studies Master; Online
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Modified on January 26, 2022

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