Audio Interview: “Georgia’s State Archives Closer To University System”
The State Archives is in the process of moving from the Secretary of State’s control to the University System of Georgia.
A 9 member panel of academics, historians and librarians are coming up with recommendations for the Chancellor on how to transition control of the State Archives.
Clayton State University President Tim Hynes heads that panel.
Hynes says he doesn’t expect the Archives mission to change and says it will have more resources under the University system.
”Existing programs in archival studies. There are a series of archives on campuses for those institutions that have available potentially, if not human resources, certainly intellectual capital that could contribute to the providing of services in the Archives.” he says.
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