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Another issue was whether to rely on personal memory or archival resources #icaoslo
Some of the reconstructions were affected by privacy regulations #icaoslo
Archival sources underpinned the building's reconstruction #icaoslo
Walle describes the reconstruction of an Oslo apartment building fitted out to show different periods of habitation #icaoslo
Next speaker Thomas walle on museums and archives #icaoslo
Debate about the statue of norway's elected king from 1814 in front of the Norwegian parliament #icaoslo
In Norway family, local and community history are growth areas supported by use of social media #icaoslo
Valderhaug - non compliance with FOI procedures represents a break in the democratic contract. #icaoslo
Freedom of information legislation in Norway has increased archival democratisation #icaoslo
In Norway in 19th century focus of national archives widened from institutional memory to include historical research #icaoslo
Archives as instruments of power and democracy #icaoslo
Preservation of archives, power and access are some of valderhaug's themes #icaoslo
First speaker gudmund valderhaug, oslo university on memory monuments and archives #icaoslo
Day 2 of #icaoslo now at Norwegian folk museum.
The Seimas provides onsite and web access to parliamentary records #icaoslo