The following pages hold information for users regarding how archives organize their material, supply users with definitions of archival terminology and explains why certain material may be restricted.
This is a great place to start if you are new to archival research!
Confused by the weird terminology archivists and records managers use? Visit the Archival Terminology page for some information on some often used terms.
Archives organize their material in a very different way to libraries and museums. Review the organization of archival material page for some information on how archives make material available to users.
Understanding finding aids
Confused as to what all the headings in a finding aid are? Not really sure how to tell if the material can be used for your research? Reading a finding aid (in development) will break down the different components and provide an explanation of what the sections of a finding are.
This page provides an overview regarding the citation of archival sources. Citing archival sources is important so the Archives can located the sources you’ve used should someone ask.