SHRAB Projects

Each year or biennium, the SHRAB implements programs that promote the care and preservation of historical records held in cultural repositories throughout North Carolina.  The SHRAB’s most recent programs include:

Teaching Digital North Carolina. Lesson plans and tutorials using primary sources found in North Carolina repositories.

The Next Generation. Training for archivists who are part of the Traveling Archivist Program. View the workshop presentation and the training manual.

The Care and Handling of Family Papers. A series of online tutorials about the identification, care, and preservation of essential family records. View the playlist.

Getting Ready to Go. Grant-writing workshops. View the workshop presentation and the training manual.      

The Traveling Archivist Program (TAP). Visits repositories around the state and provides information, tools, and recommendations about collection preservation and access. Read more about the TAP program and materials.


Support for this site was provided by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission