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Sunday, August 4 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
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P01 - We Must Save the Music! Institutional Repositories Preserving the Output of Music Departments
Lea P. Iadarola and Tsukasa Cherkaoui, Lynn University

P02 - Triple Take: Technology, Transparency, and Equal Representation in Government Research Communities
Natalie S. Rich and Rachel Shore, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center

P03 - Bring Your Own Born-Digital (BYOBD): Ingesting Digital Media on a Limited Budget
Tyler Cline, University of North Carolina Charlotte

P04 - Archives to the People: Piloting a New Public Program at the Brooklyn Museum
J.E. Molly Seegers, Brooklyn Museum

P05 - Distance Collaboration and "Our Story: Photographs and Publications of the Atlanta University Center"
Chelly Tavss, Digital Library of Georgia

P06 - Responsive Archives: Empowering Students as Active Participants in the Life Cycle of Memory through the JEC Student and Alumni Advisory Council
Jessica Cottle, Davidson College

P07 - Defining and Defending Your Program: Data for Advocacy and Stewardship
Donna E. McCrea, University of Montana

P08 - Making the Grade: Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives and Students from Underrepresented Groups in Online LIS Programs
Michelle Peralta and Enid Ocegueda, Yale University

P09 - Assessing Needs and Providing Services for Southern Women's Health Nonprofits: A Case Study
Travis Le Wagner, University of South Carolina

P10 - Wrangling a Hidden Fine Art Collection, Or a Librarian, an Archivist, and a Curator (Cross)walk into ArchivesSpace
Sally Benny, New England Historic Genealogical Society

P12 - Unlocking Sound Stories: The Labor of Preserving and Accessing Audio Collections
Katherine Quanz and Lauren Walker, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas Austin

P13 - Collective Impact and Preservation of Electronic Government Information
Roberta Sittel, Deborah Caldwell, and Shari Laster, University of North Texas

P14 - Connecting Collections to Controversy: Engaging Social Justice Issues in Transformed Archival Displays
Autumn M. Johnson, Georgia Southern University

P15 - The Importance of Place: Teaching University History through Primary Sources
Adriana M. Flores, University of Puget Sound

P16 - Preserving the History of Kodiak, Alaska: Establishing a Digitization Program
Nicole Potter, The Community Library

P17 - Revitalizing Your Records Management Training and Outreach
Julie Wagner, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

P18 - The Field Book Project: Exposing Hidden Collections Through A Journey of Description, Delivery, Access, and Engagement
Riccardo Ferrante, Smithsonian Institution Archives

P19 - Preserving the African American Record in Alabama
Justin Rudder, Alabama Department of Archives and History


Speakers
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J.E. Molly Seegers

Museum Archivist, Brooklyn Museum
J.E. Molly Seegers is the Museum Archivist at Brooklyn Museum. She graduated from Pratt Institute with degrees in Information Science and the History of Art and Design. She previously worked at the MoMA Library and FIT?s Special Collections.
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Justin Rudder

Digital Asset Archivist, Alabama Department of Archives and History
Justin Rudder serves as Digital Asset Archivist at ADAH, working on both the state archive's digital collections and the development of the AlabamaMosaic digital archive collaborative. Interests include archives, archaeology, and Black history.
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Riccardo Ferrante

Director of Digital Services, Smithsonian Institution Archives
Riccardo Ferrante is the Smithsonian Institution Archives' Director of Digital Services, overseeing its Electronic Records, Digitization, Web and Social Media teams. He is also Digital Preservation adjunct faculty for Johns Hopkins University.
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Donna E. McCrea

Head of Archives and Special Collections, University of Montana
McCrea is a practicing archivist whose responsibilities include project and personnel management. She has published peer-reviewed articles on leadership and advocacy, and has served in leadership positions for SAA including on Council.
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Travis Le Wagner

Doctoral Candidate, University of South Carolina
Travis L. Wagner is currently a Doctoral Student in the University of South Carolina’s School of Library and Information Sciences. Travis has also received a Graduate Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies from USC’s Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, where they... Read More →
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Michelle Peralta

Resident Archivist for Yale Special Collections, Yale University
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Lea P. Iadarola

Archivist & Records Manager, Lynn University
Lea is the Archivist & Records Manager at Lynn University and is responsible for the Archives, Lynn's IR, and creating a records policy. Prior positions include: Archive Supervisor at CNN in DC, and Video Archive Manager at the New York Times.
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Natalie S. Rich

Librarian, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center
Natalie Meyers graduated with an MLIS in archival studies in 2016 from Louisiana State University. She focuses on digital curation, preservation, and digitization efforts at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center.
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Roberta Sittel

Government Information Librarian, University of North Texas
Robbie Sittel is the Government Information Librarian at the University of North Texas where she oversees the Eagle Commons Library, a campus branch library that houses a number of specialized services including UNT?s Government Information Connection and the Funding Information Network... Read More →
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Lauren Walker

Digital Projects Librarian, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas Austin
Lauren Walker is the Digital Projects Librarian at the Ransom Center. Previously she was an Audio Digitization Technician and the Project Archivist who surveyed the Center?s audio collections. She has a BFA from the SAIC and an MSIS from UT-Austin.
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Nicole Potter

Regional History Museum Librarian, The Community Library
Nicole Potter has always been interested in librarianship and information studies, in fact, her first job was in a library when she was sixteen years old. She received her BA at St. Lawrence University (2015) and her Masters Library and Information Studies with Certificate of Advanced... Read More →
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Jessica Cottle

Justice, Equality, Community (JEC) Project Archivist, Davidson College
As the Justice, Equality, Community Project (JEC) Archivist at Davidson College, I advance (co)curricular archival engagement as part of a campus-wide, three year initiative funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. I am currently focusing on the documentation of alumni and student... Read More →
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Shari Laster

Open Stacks Unit Head and Associate Librarian, Arizona State University
Shari Laster is the Head of Open Stack Collections at Arizona State University Library. Ms. Laster has extensive prior experience as a government information librarian.
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Enid Ocegueda

Archival Specialist, The Robert J. Fitch County Archive
Enid Ocegueda is an Archival Specialist at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. She holds an MLIS from San Jose State University, with an emphasis in Archival Studies.
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Sally Benny

Curator of Digital Collections, New England Historic Genealogical Society
Sally Benny has been the Curator of Digital Collections at the New England Historic Genealogical Society since 2014. She manages the NEHGS Digital Collections website, and is responsible for digitizing manuscripts, and arranging and describing born-digital archives. She has an M.S... Read More →
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Deborah Caldwell

Diversity Resident Librarian, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Deborah Yun Caldwell is a Diversity Resident Librarian at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She holds a Master of Information Science from University of North Texas.
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Tsukasa Cherkaoui

Music Librarian, Lynn University
Tsukasa Cherkaoui has been the Music Librarian at Lynn University for 15 years. When she started in 2003, she built the entire music library from scratch. Her passion is working with students from the Conservatory of Music.
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Tyler Cline

Digital Archivist, University of North Carolina Charlotte
Tyler Cline is the digital archivist at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he is responsible for born-digital manuscripts and University records. Previously, Tyler was the digital archivist at the American Heritage Center.
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Adriana M. Flores

Archivist & Special Collections Librarian, University of Puget Sound
Adriana Flores is the Archivist & Special Collections Librarian at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. In her role she manages the Archives & Special Collections programs, promotes and provides curriculum integration support, research assistance, information literacy... Read More →
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Autumn M. Johnson

Special Collections Librarian, Georgia Southern University
Autumn Johnson is the Special Collections Librarian and assistant professor at Georgia Southern University. In this role, she is responsible for coordinating instruction, outreach, and reference for Special Collections at the Zach S. Henderson Library. In addition, she serves as the... Read More →
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Katherine Quanz

Project Library Assistant, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas Austin
Katherine Quanz works on an NEH grant at the Harry Ransom Center. She has worked at the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research and Laurier Archives. In 2016, she received her PhD in Film History.
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Rachel Shore

US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
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Chelly Tavss

Digitization Project Manager, Digital Library of Georgia
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Julie Wagner

Records and Information Management Coordinator, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Julie Wagner is a Records and Information Management Coordinator with the University of Illinois. Previously, she worked as an Archival Specialist with the Texas Department of State Health Services and Texas State Library and Archives Commission.


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