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Labor Union Organizing in the Archives
Unions are organized to advocate for workers' rights in the workplace, whether that be in a factory, an academic library, or a federal archives. Panelists spoke about their perspectives on unions in libraries and archives ...
My Labor of Love: Lone Arrangement and Appraisal of the LC Commissioned Composers Web Archive
Melissa E. Wertheimer, a Music Reference Specialist in the Library of Congress Music Division, describes her selection, description, and appraisal methodologies for a forthcoming digital collection, the LC Commissioned ...
You Had Me at 3 Years: The Ethics and Practicality of Project Archivists
With the Society of American Archivists working to define standards for both intern and volunteer workers, it seems fitting to look now towards another hallmark of archival work: project positions. These positions work to ...
Putting the Do In Donor Relations: A Proactive, Improvised Approach to Engaging the Donor Community
Ray Barker, Archivist at the Washington, DC Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, will share his efforts as an outsider to the D.C. community, new to his role in donor relations. Mr. Barker shares his creative, and ...
Using JSTOR Forum for Digital Collections at Caldwell University
This poster will highlight how Caldwell University Archives is using JSTOR Forum for its digital collections. Caldwell University Archives began using JSTOR Forum in 2015 as the result of a grant from the Council of ...
From PPG Works #8 to the Work of Processing: Harnessing Personal Experience and Lifelong Glassworkers to Enhance Description of PPG Industries Photographs
As an archivist with the Heinz History Center's Detre Library and Archives, Sierra Green was afforded the opportunity to process the PPG Industries Records, a collection pertaining to the history of the glass industry in ...
Digital Virginias is Live! The DPLA Service Hub for Virginia and West Virginia
This poster gives an overview of the creation of the Digital Virginias service hub for the Digital Public Library of America and provides information to institutions interested in participating.
Paper Will Kill the Court System
Geof Huth describes how he changed archives and records management systems and practices at the New York State Unified Court system through a process of conversation and quick and wrenching change.
Program for the Spring 2019 MARAC Meeting: Working Archives: A Labor of Love
The program for the Spring 2019 MARAC meeting, "Working Archives: A Labor of Love" held April 11-13 in Morgantown, WV.
Building Awareness of Archival Value: Working with Record Creators
Presentation from the MARAC conference in Morgantown, WV on April 11-13, 2019. S18. BETTER BEGINNINGS, BETTER ENDS: WHAT WE'VE LEARNED BY ENGAGING RECORDS CREATORS As part of the U.S. Navy, the Naval History and Heritage ...