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Thursday, August 4 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
108 - Graduate Student Paper Presentations

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This session features the diverse research interests of three exceptional emerging professionals, whose papers were chosen from a competitive pool of student submissions. Brewer presents "Describing Web Archives for User Discovery and Access"; Garwood presents "Digital Curation and Archives: An Annotated Bibiography"; and Graham presents "Defining Digital Preservation: A Literary Analysis."

Brewer: Describing Web Archives for User Discovery and Access
Graham: Defining Digital Preservation: A Literary Analysis
Garwood: Digital Curation and Archives: An Annotated Bibliography

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Lily Troia

Digital Services Librarian, College of William & Mary
Lily recently joined the College of William and Mary as their Digital Services Librarian, primarily working at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in open access and research data management. This position follows her completion of a Masters in Library and Information Science (MSLIS '16) at Simmons College School of Library and Information Science in Boston where she focused on cultural heritage, archives, and digital stewardship with a... Read More →

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Celeste Brewer

Project Archivist, Columbia University
Celeste Brewer recently joined the staff of Columbia University's Rare Book and Manuscript Library as a Project Archivist. During her appointment, she will finish processing the paper components of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program Records and process the Lawrence A. Cremin Papers. She completed an MA in Archives and Public History from New York University in 2016, and an MSLIS from Long Island University in 2015. Her... Read More →
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Deborah A. Garwood

Drexel University, College of Computing and Informatics
Deborah is currently an intern at The American Museum of Natural History in New York, where she works with Special Collections materials in the museum's Research Library. Upon completion of her MSLIS degree from Drexel University's College of Computing and Informatics in September 2016, she plans to relocate to the greater Philadelphia area. Two areas of interest are metadata and information literacy. Deborah will present a poster at the... Read More →
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Blake Graham

Archivist, Douglas County Libraries
Blake Graham is an archivist at Douglas County Libraries, in Castle Rock, Colorado. | | Blake holds an MLIS with a concentration in Information Technology from the School of Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2016), and an MA in History from the University of South Alabama (2013). He is actively involved in bringing international discussions on digital preservation to local settings and practices, and welcomes any... Read More →

Thursday August 4, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
Room 210/211 Hilton Atlanta, 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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