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Friday, August 17 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
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P01 - Digital Migration and the Creation of ERDC Knowledge Core 
Jennefer Beyl, Joycelynn Brooks, Jered Lambiotte, and Natalie Meyers, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center

P02 - Beyond the Embargo: Ingesting a Mind-Boggling Amount of Partner Data into the National Archives Catalog 
Erica Boudreau and Gary H. Stern, National Archives and Records Administration

P03 - Records Management at UVA: From Chaos to Control 
Jessica Burgess, University of Virginia

P04 - Using Data Visualization to Make Accessible Collections 
Thomas Cleary, LaGuardoa Community College, CUNY

P05 - Navigating CORA, the Colorado Open Records Act 
Kay M. Dirling, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

P06 - Using Extensible Processing to Establish a Small Institution's Archives Program as a Contract Archivist 
Irene Gates, Robert S. Peabody Institute of Archaeology

P07 - Mobile Archivists: Outreach on the Go 
Catherine Hannula, California State University, Stanislaus /  Jennifer Barth, Wisconsin Historical Society

P08 - Colorado State Archives First Born 
Scott Lawan, Colorado State Archives

P09 - The World Is Not Flat: How We Moved Beyond the Flatbed Scanner 

Alessandro Meregaglia, Boise State University / Jim Duran, Vanderbilt University Libraries

P10 - How Can Archives and Special Collections be a Part of Makerspace? 

Fatemeh Rezaei, University of Baltimore

P11 - Search Among Sensitive Content: Investigating Archivist and Donor Conceptions of Privacy, Sensitivity, and Access 
Katie Shilton and Douglas Oard, University of Maryland

P12 - Reduce, Rehouse, Reveal: Employing Extensible Processing at The Henry Ford 
Janice Unger, The Henry Ford

P13 - Escape the Archives: Public Programming to Promote Transparency 

Hillary S. Kativa, Science History Institute


Jennifer Barth

Wisconsin Sound Archive Project Archivist, Wisconsin Historical Society
Jennifer Barth is a 2017 graduate of the Information School at UW-Madison. She serves as project archivist for the Wisconsin Sound Archive and senior reference assistant in the archives reading room at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Jennefer Beyl

Librarian, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center

Erica Boudreau

Archives Specialist for Data Standards, National Archives and Records Administration
Erica Boudreau serves as an Archives Specialist for Data Standards in the Digital Public Access Branch of NARA's Office of Innovation. Her work centers on the review and transformation of metadata for the National Archives Catalog.

Joycelynn Brooks

Librarian, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center

Jessica Burgess

Records Management Analyst, University of Virginia
Jessica is a graduate of the University of Virginia (B.A.) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (M.S.L.S). She worked for ten years as an archivist at the Library of Virginia before joining the UVA Records Management Office in April 2015. She is a Certified Records... Read More →

Thomas Cleary

Archivist, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
Archivist/Librarian at LaGuardia Community College, CUNY, focused on incorporating Digital Humanities techniques to help improve access to and understanding of archival collections. MLS from Queens College, CUNY, and current MA student in Digital Humanities at the CUNY Graduate C... Read More →
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Kay Dirling

Records Administrator, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Kay holds a BA in Anthropology from the University of Colorado and MLIS from the University of Denver. She has been the Records Manager of the Hazardous Materials Waste Management Division at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment since 2013.

Jim Duran

Curator of Born Digital Collections, Vanderbilt University Libraries
Jim Duran leads the Television News Archive, where the mission is to preserve broadcast television news. Jim also assists in the development of born digital collections across Vanderbilt University's many distinctive collections.

Irene Gates

Archivist, Robert S. Peabody Institute of Archaeology
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Hillary S. Kativa

Manager of Digital Distinctive Collections, Brandeis University
Hillary is the Manger of Digital Distinctive Collections at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massacusetts. A certified archivist, Hillary holds an MLIS from Rutgers University, as well as an MA in history from Villanova University.

Jered Lambiotte

Librarian, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center
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Alessandro Meregaglia

Archivist/Librarian, Boise State University
Alessandro Meregaglia is an Archivist/Librarian and Assistant Professor at Boise State University's Special Collections and Archives. A graduate of Indiana University, he received a Master of Library Science (with an Archives and Records Management specialization) and a Master of... Read More →

Douglas Oard

Professor, University of Maryland
Doug Oard is a Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty at the iSchool and a Professor in the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. His work focuses on the use of emerging technologies to support information seeking and sense-making... Read More →
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Fatemeh Rezaei

Archivist, University Of Baltimore
I serve as the archivist for institutional records and audio-visual collections and lead instruction sessions in archival literacy and research using primary sources at the University of Baltimore?s Special Collections & Archives.

Natalie S. Rich

Librarian, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center
Natalie Meyers graduated with an MLIS in archival studies in 2016 from Louisiana State University. She focuses on digital curation, preservation, and digitization efforts at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center.

Katie Shilton

Associate Professor & Doctoral Program Director, University of Maryland
Katie Shilton is an Associate Professor at College of Information Studies and leads the Ethics & Values in Design (EViD) Lab at the UMD iSchool. Her research and teaching explores ethics and policy for the design of information collections, systems and technologies, and digital c... Read More →
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Gary H. Stern

Archives Specialist, National Archives and Records Administration
Gary H. Stern serves as an Archives Specialist with the Digital Public Access Branch of the Office of Innovation at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). He has worked on standards and metadata for three major NARA catalog systems over 26 years.
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Janice Unger

Processing Archivist, The Henry Ford
Janice Unger is the Processing Archivist at The Henry Ford (Benson Ford Research Center) in Dearborn, Michigan. Prior to this, she worked as the Digital Processing Archivist for Racing at The Henry Ford, as well as a train conductor on the Weiser Railroad inside Greenfield Villag... Read More →

Friday August 17, 2018 1:30pm - 2:00pm EDT
Foyer, [Mezzanine Level]