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Sunday, August 4 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
209 - Low Budget, Low Tech, Low Key

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At many academic institutions, especially at the community college level, archive collections are neglected and even unintentionally mismanaged by well-meaning librarians. With limited funding, few institutions can afford to hire a full-time archivist. Yet community colleges are integral parts of their communities and their records contain valuable historical materials. Our story of our journey to make our archives accessible—despite an uncertain budget, the most basic technology, and staff push back—may inspire archivists in other institutions that are facing similar challenges.

Jennifer Hunt: Low Budget, Low Tech, Low Key
Ellen Greene: Creating Organization from Chaos
Alexandria Mada: The Challenges of Digitally Processing an Archive Collection with Outdated Technology and Limited Resources


Facilitators
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Jennifer Hunt

Library Faculty, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Jennifer Hunt is Library Faculty at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona. She earned her MLIS from the University of Arizona. Her strengths at work include project management, staff development, and information literacy education.

Speakers
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Ellen Greene

Librarian, Mesa Community College
Ellen Greene is a librarian who has spent her spare time processing the archival collection at Mesa Community College. She earned her MLS from the University of Arizona. Ellen previously worked for Arizona State Library and Archives, and she currently works at Estrella Mountain Community... Read More →
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Alexandria Mada

Archival Librarian, Mesa Community College
Public Librarian and Archival Librarian in Arizona.


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