It's that time of year for some love in the archives! A big thank you to NYPL Digital Collections and UW Decorated Papers Collection for letting us use images from their collections, and to the National Archives Blog for their puny suggestions! Please share these e-cards far and wide, and don't forget to tag #ArchivesValentine Join us in … Continue reading #ArchivesValentine 2017
Nestled in a corner of the Goodstein Foundation Library at Casper College in Casper lies a significant portion of Wyoming history. As Wyoming’s most centrally located city, Casper is the second most populated municipality in the state. Wyoming towns are few and far between, making Casper a hub of history and culture for much of … Continue reading Western History Center – Uncovering Issues in a Young Archive
After the iSchool Career Fair join us to drink, dream about the future, and take a much needed break!
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's Institute for Pueblo Indian Studies Library & Archives is not a typical archive. The Institute is owned and operated by the nineteen Pueblos of New Mexico, but it is not a repository for the Pueblos. Instead, the Institute manages holdings about general history related to the Pueblos. Plus, they use these holdings … Continue reading Archive Visit! Institute for Pueblo Indian Studies Library & Archives
Culture in Transit focused on smaller collections and individuals to digitize and democratize metropolitan New York’s cultural heritage.
As promised, here are the slides Emily Dominick presented at the information session for the Academy of Certified Archivists exam. ACA Outreach PPT 2016-2017 Following the presentation, Emily answered some questions posed by the audience. Both questions and answers are paraphrased. What qualifies as an archival program/degree concentration? An archival concentration is considered 9 semester … Continue reading Presentation for ACA Exam Info Session
This Wednesday, April 13, we're sponsoring an information session about the Academy of Certified Archivists (ACA) certification exam. Emily Dominick, technical services archivist at UW Special Collections and secretary of the ACA, will be giving a presentation at 12pm in the Special Collections classroom in Suzzallo Library. She will also be raffling off one free … Continue reading ACA Certification Exam Information Session
Show your love for archives with SAA-UW tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 12) in MGH commons 12-2pm and online all day-- and all weekend, if you feel like it! We have plenty of public domain images from the digital archives collections at UW and NYPL to get you started. There is also a folder for sharing finished valentines … Continue reading Join Us Online or in Person for #ArchivesValentine Friday
It's always good to see archives get some publicity! Emily Thompson is a second-year MLIS student at the UW and a Jewish Studies graduate fellow. See the post here.
On January 28, the American Archive of Public Broadcasting will open up applications for its paid National Digital Stewardship Residency in 2016-2017. Anyone graduating from an MLIS between July 2014 and July 2016 can apply. More information is available from the AAPB: Program overview: http://ndsr.americanarchive.org/aapb-ndsr-overview/ A full Adobe Connect webinar video can be watched here: https://wgbh1.adobeconnect.com/_a826376135/p702nyo4tqo/ View slides and read a summary of … Continue reading Paid position: American Archive of Public Broadcasting Digital Stewardship Residency