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April Archivesaware.archivists.org

7 hours ago April 6, 2021. April 2, 2021. Leave a comment. On October 22, 2020, Ryan Anthony Donaldson & Rachael Cristine Woody presented the webinar “Archives Are Always Essential” to 280 attendees. Below is a summary of the webinar complete with key takeaways, a summary of questions and answers, and a list of resources. YouTube.

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January 2021 – ArchivesAware

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5 hours ago This is the latest post in our series Archival Innovators, which aims to raise awareness of individuals, institutions, and collaborations that are helping to boldly chart the future of the archives profession and set new precedents for the role of archivists in society.. In this installment, Kristianna Chanda interviewed Rebecca Hankins.Rebecca L. Hankins, FSAA, is the Africana Resources

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Resources – ArchivesAware

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1 hours ago SAA Training Opportunities on Advocacy, and; Tips & Tricks. The resources come from a wide variety of sources including external sources such as the American Association of School Librarians, American Alliance of Museums, and the Harvard Business Review.

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Asserting The Archivist, No. 4 – ArchivesAware

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7 hours ago This post was authored by guest contributor Margot Note, CA, CRM, IGP, PMP. Note is the principal and founder of Margot Note Consulting, LLC, an archives and records management consulting business in New York. She’s a professor in the graduate Women’s History program at Sarah Lawrence College and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Library…

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Sound And Vision: Using Video To Tell The Tales Of

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2 hours ago Feel free to contact the editors of this blog at Of course, the number of views a video gets does not really tell us whether a video has successfully met its goals. Those goals could be for an institution to experiment with the process of producing a video, or to create a video that can be played in a classroom setting or sent to a patron

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Asserting The Archivist, No. 3 – ArchivesAware

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7 hours ago This post was authored by guest contributor Samantha Norling, Digital Collections Manager at Newfields and member of SAA’s Committee on Public Awareness (COPA). This is the third post in our “Asserting the Archivist” series on the importance of highlighting archivists and archival work in outreach efforts, rather than just focusing on the collections themselves.

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Storytelling – ArchivesAware

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4 hours ago Blei will be teaching a FREE two-hour “Storytelling Workshop” on Saturday, August 3 (1:00 PM – 3:00 PM) and hosting a storytelling event, “A Finding Aid to My Soul,” on Sunday, August 4 (8:00 PM – 10:00 PM). Pitch Your Story by June 27 for a chance to participate in the event. If selected, you’ll receive guidance from Blei to help

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Podcasts – ArchivesAware

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Just Now Archivists work everyday to make records more accessible, so the free, easy-to-use podcast just makes (archival) sense. Bethany: I love listening to podcasts and I especially enjoy interviews with authors of books. It’s fascinating to find out the story behind a book or technology and learn more about authors’/creators’ influences.

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March 2019 – ArchivesAware

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5 hours ago I looked at what courses I liked best—English and History—and chose the latter and thought I might work in a museum. This was 1974 and I barely knew the word “archives.” But, when an internship at the State Archives of Pennsylvania became available my senior year, I hopped the train three days a week and worked there as a 3-credit course.

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Deborah S. Davis On Building A Successful Archives

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2 hours ago On December 16, 2020 Committee on Public Awareness (COPA) member Rachael Woody sat down (virtually) with Deborah S. Davis to interview Davis on her remarkable success in building an Archives & Special Collections program at Valdosta State University. Davis is a Full Professor and the Director of the Archives & Special Collections at Valdosta, a…

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Events – ArchivesAware

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8 hours ago The Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill has presented Clue, a live action mystery event twice a year since the fall of 2012. Clue is designed to bring people into the Wilson Library and demystify both the building and the special collections and archives housed within.. Emily Jack is the Community Engagement and Outreach Librarian at the University of North Carolina

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May 2016 – ArchivesAware

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5 hours ago History 373, taught by Dr. Ellen Pearson, was the first digital humanities course at UNCA. The class was small, with three teams of students, each working with a collection or collections. Their assignment was to conduct research using primary materials from Special Collections as well as other primary and secondary materials, then write and

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The National Women’s Conference: Taking 1977 Into The 21st

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3 hours ago Collaboration and Partnership. In collaboration and partnership with the Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI), TAMI and UH Special Collections offered a free film and video digitization program to attendees who brought in footage they had on the 1977 National Women’s Conference. Formats that we could accept included VHS, Betamax, Umatics, and mini DV tapes as well as 8 or 16 …

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March 2016 – ArchivesAware

Followers Archivesaware.archivists.org

5 hours ago In Fall 2014, we conducted tours for 18 FFL courses (approximately 250 students). The Undergraduate Admissions directors have become some of our biggest social media fans – and sources of new followers Open source technology that is free to all who use it and open to further development is a boon for all archives small and large. Yet

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Media Relations – ArchivesAware

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7 hours ago In working with our Head of Special Collections and Director of Advancement, we have created an informational brochure providing the value of archival supplies-acid free folders, photo sleeves, archival boxes, etc and the hourly rate we pay a Graduate Assistant to …

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November 2018 – ArchivesAware

Individual Archivesaware.archivists.org

5 hours ago In 2011 the Nunn Center received a national leadership grant from IMLS to make OHMS open source and free. In 2014, OHMS was released to the public, and at this time, there are over 500 individual and institutional OHMS accounts in over 35 different countries. Of course, OHMS is no longer something that only serves the Nunn Center.

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Oral History – ArchivesAware

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4 hours ago In this post, COPA member Vince Lee brings you an interview with Doug Boyd, Ph.D., Director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries. Dr. Boyd is a recognized leader regarding oral history, archives, and digital technologies.

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September 2019 – ArchivesAware

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5 hours ago September 30, 2019. September 30, 2019. 1 Comment. The members of SAA’s Committee on Public Awareness (COPA) get excited when #AskAnArchivist Day comes around. This year’s #AskAnArchivist Day will be Wednesday, October 2nd. On that day, archivists around the country will take to Twitter to respond to questions tweeted with the hashtag #

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Archival Innovators: Doug Boyd, Director Of The University

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5 hours ago In this post, COPA member Vince Lee brings you an interview with Doug Boyd, Ph.D., Director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries. Dr. Boyd is a recognized leader regarding oral history, archives, and digital technologies.

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Carpe Media Redux – ArchivesAware

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6 hours ago Carpe Media Redux. In this post, authors Vince Lee and Rachel Seale, members of SAA’s Committee on Public Awareness (COPA) follow up with some attendees from last year’s COPA-sponsored “Carpe Media! Communications and Media Training for Archivists” workshop at ARCHIVES*RECORDS 2018 in Washington, D.C.

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Responses & Retrospectives: Cecelia “Cece” Otto On

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1 hours ago This is the latest post in our series Responses and Retrospectives, which features archivists’ personal responses and perspectives concerning current or historical events/subjects with significant implications for the archives profession. Interested in contributing to Responses and Retrospectives? Please email the editor at [email protected] with your ideas!

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ArchivesAware – Page 6 – Awareness And Outreach Resources

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3 hours ago Awareness and Outreach Resources for Archivists. This post was authored by guest contributor Vince Lee, Archivist at the University of Houston, and current member of SAA’s Committee on Public Awareness (COPA).

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Innovative Outreach – Page 2 – ArchivesAware

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8 hours ago Steinhauer: I always enjoyed museums; as a child I created exhibits in my parents’ basement.In college, I interned at two museums and fell in love with the work. So, following graduation, I was very fortunate to land a position with the Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, working as an exhibitions assistant on an exhibit about American Jewish soldiers in WWII.

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ArchivesAware – Page 2 – Awareness And Outreach Resources

Graduate Archivesaware.archivists.org

4 hours ago RCW: Your training and use of graduate interns has been cited as a major contributor to the Archives’ success and recognition. Please share with us why and how you use graduate interns. ES: The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health is actually a part of the University of Texas at Austin, which has an excellent School of Information.

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