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Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department Sub-series
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Administrative records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the administration and operation of Granville Island Brewing Limited. Includes records relating to its licensing; policies and procedures; employee management; information management systems; and general administrative tasks and forms.

The sub-series is arranged into three sub-sub-series:

Administrative records

Sub-series consists of paper and born-digital records created by Adbusters Media Foundation while administering the Blackspot campaign. Paper records include income statements, correspondence (manufacturer, retailer, and customer), stock inventories, marketing plans, market analyses, newsletters, and an internal order processing manual. Born-digital records include John Fluevog design drawings, letterheads, and internal manuals on the pricing, order processing, shipment, and exchange of Blackspot shoes.

Admissions Committee files

Sub-series consists of records relating to the activities and deliberations of the Admissions Committee. Activities documented include policy development, application adjudication, intake review and analysis, and liaison with the Registrar's Office. Records include meeting agendas and minutes, reports, recommendations, guidelines, statistics, correspondence, notes and working papers. Note that there is a gap in the records, with no files surviving from 1981 to 1984.

Faculty of Education. Faculty Admissions Committee

Admissions publications

Sub-series consists of records relating to the admission of students to SFU. Records include admission brochures and documents describing admission requirements.

Advancement Advisory Committee

This sub-series consists of records created by the Advancement Advisory Committee while advising on a broad range of advancement activities, including fundraising, alumni relationships, and special activities. Includes meeting agendas and minutes, reports, memos, correspondence, and terms of reference.

Simon Fraser University. Board of Governors. Advancement Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee for Archives and Records Management

Subseries consists of records of the Advisory committee for archives and records management. Subseries includes meeting agendas and minutes, memoranda, reports, and other materials. Materials relate to archival policies, procedures, and practices; records management policies; Freedom of Information/Protection of Privacy issues; and other matters.

Advisory Committee for Archives and Records Management

Analogue publications

This sub-series contains analogue sound recordings and audiovisual materials. Records include a VHS titled New Ideas for Television: Ads to Make You Think (1991), a mixed CD titled Adbusters Live Without Dead Time (2003, mixed by DJ Spooky that subliminal kid), and a DVD titled The Production of Meaning (2006).

Analytical Studies

Sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from Analytical Studies during the period in which it belonged to the VP Academic's reporting portfolio (1985- ). Activities and topics documented include provision and analysis of data to support academic planning, student academic experience surveys, instructional load reports, and classroom utilization studies. Records include correspondence, reports, statistics, and surveys.

Analytical Studies

Sub-series consists of the Associate Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from Analytical Studies. Analytical Studies moved to the VP Academic's reporting portfolio in 1985, although for all of the period covered by this series it reported directly to the VP Academic (rather than the AVP). Records include correspondence, reports, and statistics, including departmental profiles and enrollment statistics.

Ancillary Services

Sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from Ancillary Services. For the duration of its existence as a separate department (1969-1984), Ancillary Services reported to the VP Administration. It merged with Physical Plant and Planning in 1984 to form Facilities Management. Activities and topics documented in the correspondence include campus security, traffic and parking, telephone and mail services, photocopying and duplicating, and food services on campus. Records include correspondence, reports, proposals, and contracts.

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