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2020 Fall Online Forum: Archives!
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Archives may work with collections that are historical, but our processes are ever evolving. To celebrate October's American Archives Month, join NAGARA for a full-day Online Forum highlighting strategies and successes that local, state, and Federal archives have employed and achieved in advancing their functions and processes.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/30/2020
When: 10/30/2020
10:30 AM EDT
Where: Virtual Event
United States
Presenter: Tim Barnard, Mark Myers, David Rowat, Leslie Johnston, & Kim Edwards
Contact: Nathan Owens
614-728-5462

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Archives may work with collections that are historical, but our processes are ever evolving. To celebrate October's American Archives Month, join NAGARA for a full-day Online Forum highlighting strategies and successes that local, state, and Federal archives have employed and achieved in advancing their functions and processes. Learn from the processes that Mississippi used to inventory and preserve historical records housed across 82 counties. Join the Texas State Library and Archives in deliberating the merits of posting collections online when there is a high level of sensitivity in the content, but no legal access restrictions. Hear from the Library and Archives Canada on how they used a risk-based approach legal review and reappraisal of large quantities of records. And find out how NARA’s Digital Preservation Department is working with agencies to promote the digital transfer and preservation of records. Finally, attendees of this event will dig into the Jefferson Lab archives as they gained intellectual control 35 years' worth of unprocessed scientific materials and worked with scientific researchers to preserve their records when they retire.

 

SESSION 1: Pre-1920 County Records Inventory: Unearthing Historical Records - Tim Barnard
SESSION 2: Should I or Shouldn't I: Determining 'appropriate' access to online public records - Mark Myers
SESSION 3 TITLE: "Forging New Paths by Refining our Past: Block Review and Reappraisal at Library and Archives Canada - David Rowat
SESSION 4 TITLE: "Risk Assessment and Digital Preservation Planning at NARA" - Leslie Johnston
SESSION 5 TITLE: "Digging Deep: Raiders of Jefferson Lab’s Lost Archives" - Kim Edwards

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