The Archive Awareness Campaign, run by The National Council on Archives, The National Archives and The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, aims to raise awareness of the rich archival resources of the United Kingdom. Although intended for all, students in higher education are a particular target of this campaign. The Archive Awareness Campaign is run by high profile national organisations but focuses on events at local and regional archival institutions, which this easy to use website helps to publicise. Users can search for open days, exhibitions and online resources in their area, with the option to focus on those suitable for families, adult learners or family historians. Information is provided for each event, including times, dates and any payments involved, with links to the event website and contact details. For archivists who want to be involved in the campaign, there are details of how to register and to download promotional material. The theme of the events for 2007 is 'Freedom and Liberty', which is linked to the two hundredth anniversary of the abolition of the British slave trade.
This is the online full-text of M.R. James's articles entitled "The wanderings and homes of manuscripts" (London, 1919), dealing with the survival and transmission of ancient literature. Questions such as where manuscripts were made, how and in what centres they have been collected, and ways of tracing out their history are addressed in this text. The article was scanned as part of the Tertullian project, which is a collection of ancient and modern texts about the ancient Christian Latin writer Tertullian and his writings. The website is very well maintained and is added to regularly.