ARCHIVES / Chicago 2007

Poster Presentations

In 2007 we broadened the ways in which presenters can share their work by soliciting poster presentations. This format – which SAA traditionally has reserved for graduate students – gives you the chance to view posters on your own schedule and have an informal, one-on-one conversation with the presenter. Be sure to take this opportunity to see what our colleagues are doing in their repositories around the country.

P1. From Flooded to Functioning: Redeveloping the Olin Partnership Archives
Samantha Slade / Olin Partnership

P2. Education of Visual Resources Professionals: Changing Roles and Needs in the 21st Century
Hemalata Iyer / SUNY – Albany

P3. Collaborative Backlog Assessment: The PACSCL Consortial Survey Initiative
Christine Di Bella / Historical Society of Pennsylvania

P4. Digital Dilemmas: Preserving Electronic Records
Riccardo Ferrante / Smithsonian Institution Archives

P5. An Approach to Early Photographic Formats: The Peter Palmquist Cased Images Collection
Matthew D Mason / Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University

P6. Enhancing Access to Historically Significant Archival Collections: Linking EAD-Encoded Finding Aids to Audio Files
Burt Altman and Plato L Smith II / Florida State University Libraries

P7. Gathering Institutional Memory: Oral History as Outreach Programming
Lisa Sjoberg / Concordia College

P8. Transcending the Original, or Adventures in Data Modeling: Phillip Lampi Collection
Anne Sauer and Krista Ferrante / Tufts University