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Tuesday, August 6 • 9:00am - 10:15am
809 - Passing the Torch: Developing Records Management and Archiving Policies in Student Organizations

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Officers of SAA student chapters discuss the current challenges that student leaders face as they work to develop records management and archiving policies to preserve the work of their organization. Panelists introduce different approaches to ensuring proper record keeping despite an annual turnover in leadership, short terms for members, increasing number of born-digital records, and lack of consistency in collaborative file storage and synchronization services, such as Google Drive.




Facilitators
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Mandy Ryan

Records Manger and Assistant Archivist, Archdiocese of Atlanta
Mandy is the Records Manager and Assistant Archivist for the Archdiocese of Atlanta. She is the former treasure for the SAA-UT and diligently worked to preserve our organization's records.

Speakers
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Heidi Charles

Archivist-Librarian, Noble and Greenough School
Heidi Charles recently graduated with an MSLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. She is the former President of the UIUC SAA student chapter. She now serves as the Archivist for Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA.
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Ciaran Trace

Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin
Ciaran B. Trace is an associate professor at the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin where she teaches courses on archives and records management.
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Danielle Barraza

University of Texas at Austin
Danielle is a recent graduate from The University of Texas at Austin, interested in digital archiving and digital asset management.
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Kelli Yakabu

MLIS Student, University of Washington
Kelli is a MLIS student at the University of Washington iSchool, where she is the Co-chair for SAA-UW. She is the accessioning assistant at UW Special Collections for the Pacific Northwest Collection.
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Emily Sulzer

Records Management for UCLA's Student Chapter, University of California, Los Angeles
Emily Sulzer began UCLA?s MLIS program in 2017, where she specializes in archival studies. Emily became the Records Manager for UCLA?s SAA in 2018. She previously worked as the Archivist at the Center for the Study of Political Graphics.



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