On his return, he wrote an essay on the subject, which was published in 1754.
Essay but one sole little sketch, and you will think of nothing else.
Building on the recently released OCLC research report, “You’ve Got to Walk Before You Can Run: First Steps for Managing Born-Digital Content Received on Physical Media,” the initiative is looking to help archivists take some of those first steps this year.
Pledging to do so and submitting a short report about your experience will enter you into a raffle to win tuition to a one-day SAA Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) course ($185 value).
You may be exempt if you meet one or more of the following: If you think you may be exempt, please contact an advisor at your college. Before you take the TSI Assessment, you must participate in a Pre-Assessment Activity.
The college or university where you take your test is required to provide the Pre-Assessment Activity as well as document your participation.
It is a requirement that you complete this activity before you take the test.
The activity varies by institution but must include at least the following: Contact the college or university at which you plan to take the test for details on dates and times to complete this mandatory Pre-Assessment Activity.
In other words, there are no prerequisites for enrollment in the entry-level college courses.
In certain cases exemptions are subject-specific, which means you may qualify for an exemption in one area such as reading but not in another area like mathematics or writing.