Learn how to strengthen your relationship with your community and audience.
Archives help to build stable and prosperous communities with a strong sense of identity, they encourage well-being, and they provide opportunities for people to learn, explore and interact.
Learning is about developing skills, knowledge and understanding, and it is at the heart of archives.
This page provides a range of resources designed to help you develop a good understanding of the needs and interests of the community you serve.
A key priority for the sector, outlined in Archives for the 21st Century, the government policy on archives, is to develop access to archives for a wide range of individuals and communities.
You can help to develop a wide range of learning experiences for school-aged children by getting involved in national programmes, advocacy and partnerships.