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Saturday, August 18 • 8:30am - 9:45am
605 - Taming the Web: Perspectives on the Transparent Management and Appraisal of Web Archives [RIM]

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As web archiving programs mature, the need for active records management becomes apparent. This session looks at how an institution's priorities, needs, and resources affect their program management, appraisal, and web archiving activity. Institutional perspectives from a municipality, a university, a state library, a state archive, and a federal repository address web archiving from a records management point of view, discussing whether their capture approaches would be sufficient to create a transparent, well-managed web archive.

Jamie Patrick-Burns: Taming the Web: Perspectives on the Transparent Management and Appraisal of Web Archives
Katherine Cranford: A Municipality Perspective
Kyle Douglas: A Federal Repository Perspective
Krista Sorenson: A State Library Perspective
Jordon Steele: A University Perspective

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Jamie Patrick-Burns

Digital Archivist, State Archives of North Carolina
Jamie Patrick-Burns is the Digital Archivist for the State Archives of North Carolina. She has a MSLS with a concentration in archives and records management from UNC - Chapel Hill and MA in Public History from North Carolina State University.

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Katherine Cranford

Senior Corporate Records Analyst, City of Austin
Katherine Cranford, CRM, CIP, MSIS is the Senior Corporate Records Analyst specializing in electronic records management consultation for the City of Austin, Texas. She has administered enterprise content management systems at Llesiant (Bloomberg BNA), Demand Media and Dell Compu... Read More →
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Kyle Douglas

Electronic Records Policy Analyst, National Archives and Records Administration
I work within the Office of the Chief Records Officer of the United States. I have 20 years experience in the profession, currently specializing in electronic records management program policy.
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Krista Sorenson

Digital Projects Librarian, State Library of North Carolina
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Jordon Steele

Hodson Curator of the University Archives, Johns Hopkins University
Jordon Steele is University Archivist at Johns Hopkins University, where he collects university history and oversees the management of institutional records and manuscript collections in the Special Collections department.

Saturday August 18, 2018 8:30am - 9:45am EDT
Washington 2, [Exhibition Level]