- The Beinecke Library at Yale is looking for an Archives and Metadata coordinator.
- The National Trust is looking for an Archives and Records advisor
- University of Sussex Library is looking for volunteers to help with conservation
- Melina Haunton has written on the National Archives blog about incorporating community voices into cataloguing: 'Interpreting Collections, or Archives Speak With Many Voices'
- Kate Theimer has started an interesting debate on provenance in archival cataloguing: 'The majority of users don’t care about provenance. They just want access to information'
- 'Web 2.0 and the Promotion of Medieval Manuscript Studies'
- The University of Reading is hosting a conference on diasporic literary archives, 7-8 June
- Museums Showoff 2, an open mic night featuring culture and heritage professionals talking for 9 minutes each about what they do, is happening on 27 June.
- Dianne Shepherd, Information Librarian at the Women’s Library, is talking to CILIP in London (all welcome) about the history of the Library, the variety of its collections and its contribution to historical research on 4 July
- Lisa Hutchins has written a lovely report on Museums at Night at Hitchin Museum
- CILIP Rare Book and Special Collections Group annual conference, 'Speaking Truth to Power: making special collections work in times of recession' is now open for bookings, 12-14 September
- Reports on a LIBER digital preservation event on 7-8 May
- 'A Vision of the Role and Future of Web Archives'. A three-part series from the Library of Congress.
- The British Library has produced a podcast about the recently-secured St Cuthbert Gospel. Simon Keynes, Professor of Anglo-Saxon, University of Cambridge, and Michael Sadgrove, Dean of Durham Cathedral, explain why the 7th-century St Cuthbert Gospel is one of the world's most remarkable books.
- Queen Victoria's private diaries have been digitised by the Bodleian Library, the Royal Archives and ProQuest.
- Did you know about AATA Online, a free database of abstracts of international conservation literature? I didn't.
- The John Johnson Collection of Printed Emphemera at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, wants your Jubilee and Olympics ephemera.