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Thursday, August 4 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Professional Poster Presentations

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P01 - Connecting Access from Metadata to MARC (Amy Leigh Allen, Mary A. Gilbertson, Deborah E. Kulczak)
This poster explores various workflows in reusing metadata to create catalog records using MarcEdit and XML Notepad at the University of Arkansas Libraries. To have one interface for searching older physical items and newer digital items, the archives and technical services department worked together to create two separate processes, one for honors theses in DSpace using Dublin Core metadata, the other for music concert recordings in Islandora using MODS metadata.

P02 - Preservation in Process: Behind the Scenes at the Georgia Archives (Ephranette Brown, Tracey Johnson)
The presenters highlight key preservation projects, existing services, and professional collaborations at the Georgia Archives since 2014.

P03 - Twentieth Century American Literary Collection Acquisition Patterns (Amy Chen)
Viewers will visualize American literary collection placement patterns and important variables to consider when soliciting writers' papers for your repository. The presenter solicits your feedback on her research for a forthcoming book.

P04 - Alumni Outreach for Special Collections: Partnerships and Approaches (Virginia Ferris)
The NCSU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center is actively building outreach to the alumni community through partnerships with alumni groups. Utilizing pop-up exhibits, makerspace technologies, visualization spaces, and the recently launched "Wolf Tales" traveling oral history stations, SCRC has created a vibrant visible presence within this community. This poster highlights examples and illustrates the power of these efforts to support advocacy, development, and more inclusive documentation of university history.

P05 - Cataloging Posteritati: Improving Access for Motion Picture Publicity Materials (Pat Frade, Rebecca A. Wiederhold, Cory Nimer)
In June 2015, the L. Tom Perry Special Collections established a new policy on cataloging published materials in manuscript collections to enable better discovery for researchers and reduce duplication of specific material acquisition. Motion picture publicity materials within manuscript collections would be the first to receive item-level description in the catalog. This poster describes the benefits, workflow, and decision-making processes that resulted from a successful collaboration between Special Collections and Cataloging.

P06 - Data Visualization: Accessible Entrepots (Hilary Gordon)
Digital humanities tools for data visualization are growing in prevalence and availability. Although the range of functions enabled by these tools can be daunting, this poster navigates basic options among some popular freely distributed programs, illustrates the kinds of visualizations that are accessible to those with no experience in digital humanities, and explores factors that are important in deciding which tool could be right for you.

P07 - Intrinsic, Added, and Enduring Value: Records Emergency Planning as Advocacy at the Georgia Archives (James Irby, Christine Garrett, Kim Norman)
This poster illustrates how disaster preparedness tasks inform a range of outreach initiatives that highlight the mission and holdings of the Georgia Archives. The Archives regularly schedules compliance meetings with government officials, promotes the professional development of archival practitioners, and delivers services and cultural enrichment to its patrons. You'll see how records emergency planning serves as an advocacy tool both within and beyond the Georgia Archives facility.

P08 - if (you are a digital archivist) then { you = "might need to learn to code"; } (Mary Kidd, Dinah Handel, Morgan McKeehan)
To support sustainable digital preservation plans, do I need to learn to code? Three National Digital Stewardship Residents endorse the benefits and practicality of understanding code and present case studies of programming coming into play throughout the preservation stages at three dynamic archives.

P09 - Enriching Collaboration: Processing the Records of The Wellesley Centers for Women (Sara Ludovissy)
How do two institutions that share a unique institutional and historical connection collaborate in a mutually beneficial processing project? The presenter explains the history of the Wellesley Centers for Women and Wellesley College, creation of a robust finding aid using ArchivesSpace, and how the project led to consultations on WCW's 50th anniversary celebration, planning of oral histories, and enhancements to related WCW collections.

P10 - Hacking Hemingway - Community Partnerships and Digital Collaborations (Leigh A. Tarullo, Emily Reiher)
"Hacking Hemingway: Cracking the Code to the Vault" is a digital history project funded by the Illinois Secretary of State and Illinois State Library that gives access to rare items from The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park and the Oak Park Public Library. Illustrated is the unique partnership between the Foundation and Library that allows for shared resources, access, outreach, and participation in community initiatives in a meaningful way.

P11 - Digitizing Media(ted) Memories: The South Carolina Women's History Archive (Travis Le Wagner)
The presenter discusses an initiative to digitize video recordings chronicling the challenges and triumphs of women in local communities in South Carolina. Illustrated is what appeared to be a simple saving of deteriorating media through digitization but proved to be revelatory in reviving nearly forgotten moments of women's political and economic mobility in the state.

P12 - Box Labels and Bombshells: Assessing Archival Collections at New Mexico State U. (Caitlin R. Wells)
Wells reviews the planning and execution of an assessment of the historical collections at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces. Financial constraints required the department to be creative in scaling the assessment without additional staff, funding, or technology. The data collected have allowed the unit to begin implementation of an extensible processing program to reduce the unprocessed backlog and make the collections more accessible.

P13 - Everyone Has a Story: Using Digital Storytelling to Engage Undergraduate Students (Judith Ann Wiener, Kristin Rodgers, Brian Leaf)
This poster details how librarians and curators at The Ohio State University developed a for-credit course designed to introduce undergraduate students to special collections research and digital storytelling practices.

Speakers
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Amy Leigh Allen

University Archivist, University of Arkansas
Amy Leigh Allen is the first University Archivist at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. She is responsible for establishing policies and procedures and collecting and processing university records, including born digital materials. Allen earned an MLIS from the University of Alabama, is a Certified Archivist and earned the Digital Archives Specialist Certificate.
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Ephranette Brown

Preservation Technician, Georgia Archives
Ephranette Brown is a Preservation Technician at the Georgia Archives in Morrow, Ga. She has held various positions in archives and libraries since obtaining her MLIS from The University of Alabama in 2012.
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Amy Chen

Special Collections Instruction Librarian, University of Iowa
2015- | Special Collections Instruction Librarian | University of Iowa | | 2013-2015 | Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellow | University of Alabama | | 2013 | Ph.D., English | Emory University
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Virginia Ferris

Outreach and Engagement Program Librarian, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University
Virginia Ferris holds an MSLS from UNC-Chapel Hill (2014), MA in Irish and Irish-American Studies from NYU (2010), and BA in Anthropology from Barnard College (2006). She is a former NCSU Libraries Fellow (2014-2016) and is currently Outreach and Engagement Program Librarian for Special Collections at NCSU Libraries. Ferris' work focuses on innovative outreach and collection development methods to document and promote university history, with... Read More →
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Pat Frade

Manuscripts Cataloger, Brigham Young University
Pat Frade has a Master's of Library Science from Brigham Young University and has been cataloging at the Brigham Young University Library for 24 years. She has cataloged a wide range of materials. Since 2010 Pat has been cataloging manuscripts and the manuscripts catalogers are just beginning to catalog ephemera in manuscript collections. We have a large movie poster collection to catalog.
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Christine Garrett

Electronic Records Manager, Georgia Archives
Christine joined the Georgia Archives as Electronic Records Manager in 2014, where she manages both the Electronic Records Program and the State Records Program. She started her government archives career in 2006 at the Alabama Department of Archives and History working with the appraisal and electronic records programs.
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Mary A. Gilbertson

Head of Monigraphs, University of Arkansas Libraries
Mary Gilbertson has worked at the University of Arkansas Libraries in Cataloging and Acquistions for 15 years and in academic libraries for 18 years. She has participated in several data migration projects in her technical services role over the years.
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Hilary Gordon

Historian/Archivist, The Claremont Colleges
Hilary Gordon is a doctoral candidate in history and archives at the Claremont Graduate University (2016 anticipated completion). She works for the Claremont Colleges library system as a manuscript/university archivist. Just this year, She became a certified archivist through the ACA, and will soon finish the digital archives certification through SAA.She is also an active member of the SNAP.
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Dinah Handel

National Digital Stewardship Resident, CUNY Television
MLIS, Pratt Institute School of Information BA, Hampshire College Presently working as a National Digital Stewardship Resident at CUNY Television.
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James Irby

Digital Preservation Technician, Georgia Archives
James Irby is a Digital Preservation Technician at the Georgia Archives, assisting the development and implementation of plans, policies and procedures for digitization of analog holdings. James previously worked as a Program Associate on the Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential Records (IPER) project, a disaster preparedness and records management training program sponsored by the Council of State Archivists under a Cooperative Agreement... Read More →
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Tracey Johnson

Preservation Technician, Georgia Archives
Tracey Johnson is a Preservation Technician at the Georgia Archives in Morrow, Georgia. She previously worked at Salem Public Library in Ohio, and Linebaugh Public Library in Tennessee, focusing on cataloging, local history, and digital preservation. She earned her MLIS from Kent State University in 2013.
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Mary Kidd

National Digital Stewardship Resident, New York Public Radio
Mary Kidd worked as a National Digital Stewardship Resident at New York Public Radio for 9 months. She was tasked to create a Digital Preservation Roadmap Report, which entailed analyzing the current state of digital production at NYPR and making recommendations for long-term preservation of their digital assets. Mary received her MLIS from the Palmer School (LIU) and worked as a graduate intern at an audio restoration studio cataloging the... Read More →
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Deborah Kulczak

Database Maintenance Librarian/Music Cataloger, University of Arkansas Libraries
Deb Kulczak is Database Maintenance/Music Cataloging Librarian at the University of Arkansas and has recently served as the Interim Head of Technical Services. She has over twenty five years of experience with library cataloging and metadata, including batch editing, non-MARC metadata, and cross-walking. She has served on the project team for several local digitization initiatives such as the Ozark Folksong Collection and a current Project... Read More →
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Brian Leaf

Assistant Professor and Instructional Design Librarian, The Ohio State University Library
Brian Leaf currently works at the Ohio State University, where he supports instructional projects, facilitates digital storytelling workshops, and works with other faculty to develop and assess information literacy assignments. Additionally, he also produces short videos and tutorials as part of the Teaching and Learning Department in University Libraries, He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Washington and graduate degree... Read More →
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Sara Ludovissy

Assistant Archivist, Wellesley College
I am currently the assistant archivist at the Wellesley College Archives. I received my MA in History and my MLIS with a concentration in Archives Management from Simmons College in Boston in 2012.
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morgan mckeehan

NDSR, Rhizome
Education: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill MSLS, Library & Information Science, with Diversity Advocate Certificate, 2015 MA, Art History, 2015 Massachusetts College of Art, Boston MFA in Studio Art: Painting University of Washington, Seattle BFA in Studio Art: Painting BA in Comparative History of Ideas Recent Professional Positions: National Digital Stewardship Resident at Rhizome. September 2015-present Sloane Art Library, University... Read More →
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Cory Nimer

University Archivist, Brigham Young University
Cory Nimer is the University Archivist and Processing Supervisor at the L. Tom Perry Special Collections at Brigham Young University. He received a Masters of Arts degree in History from Sonoma State University and a Masters of Library and Information Science degree from San Jose State University, and he is a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists. He currently serves as a member of the ArchivesSpace Technical Advisory Council.
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Kim Norman

Preservation Manager/Conservator, Georgia Archives
Kim Norman is the Preservation Manager and Conservator at the Georgia Archives. Kim has been co-chair of the AIC Emergency Committee, program co-chair of the Alliance for Response network in Atlanta (HERA), as well as vice-president and president of the Southeastern Regional Conservation Association (SERCA). Kim is the ESF-11 designation from the Georgia Archives to GEMA and presents often on emergency preparedness, promoting disaster response... Read More →
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Emily Reiher

Resident Archivist, Oak Park Public Library
Emily Reiher, M.S., C.A., D.A.S., is the Resident Archivist for the Hacking Hemingway project. Working with the Oak Park Public Library, Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park, and other community partners, Emily is responsible for the archival activities related to the grant.
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Kristin Rodgers

Collections Curator, The Ohio State University Health Sciences Library
Kristin Rodgers is the Collections Curator at The Ohio State University Health Sciences Library Medical Heritage Center. She has a BA in History of Art from Ohio State and a MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh.
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Leigh A Tarullo

Curator of Special Collections, Oak Park Public Library
Leigh A. Tarullo, M.L.I.S., is the Curator of Special Collections at the Oak Park Public Library and is the Liaison to the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park and a DPLA Community Advocate (2014-Present).
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Travis Le Wagner

Doctoral Student, University of South Carolina
Travis is a cataloging and processing intern at the University of South Carolina's Moving Image Research Collections. Travis is also a lecturer in the universities Women's and Gender Studies Department and School of Library and Information Sciences. He has presented posters and papers at the Personal Digital Archives Conference, South Carolina Libraries Association, Northeast Historic Film, Association of Moving Image Archivists. CSRA Libraries... Read More →
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Caitlin R. Wells

Archivist for the Rio Grande Historical Collections, New Mexico State University
Caitlin Wells is an archivist at New Mexico State University, where she supervises the processing of and provides access to historical collections documenting the culture and history of southern New Mexico and the borderlands region. She graduated from University of Maryland in 2013 with MA in history and MLS with archives concentration. She is the former chair of Students and New Archives Professionals round table and a current member of the... Read More →
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Rebecca A. Wiederhold

Archives & Manuscripts Catalog Librarian, Brigham Young University, Harold B. Lee Library
Rebecca Wiederhold received her MLS degree from University of North Texas, and also has Graduate Academic Certificates in Digital Content Management and Advanced Management for Libraries. First introduced to the library industry through her work in the Bibliographic Services division of Backstage Library Works, Rebecca worked on retrospective conversion and cataloging projects with librarians from over 170 libraries before deciding to become a... Read More →
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Judith Ann Wiener

Associate Professor and Assistant Director, The Ohio State University Health Sciences Library
Judith Wiener is an associate professor and an assistant director at The Ohio State University Health Sciences Library. She is the head curator of the organization's Medical Heritage Center. She has a BA in History, a MA in History with a concentration in public history, and a MLIS. She is a steering committee member of the Privacy and Confidentiality Round table of SAA and the immediate past president of the Society of Ohio Archivists.



Thursday August 4, 2016 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Level 2 Hilton Atlanta, 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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