Saturday, August 3 • 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Acquisitions & Appraisal / Electronic Records Sections

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The Acquisitions & Appraisal and Electronic Records Sections have partnered to create a discussion and learning space on digital appraisal. After conducting our business meetings, we’ll share a presentation on advocating for appraisal, a lightning round on electronic appraisal tools, a case study involving state government records, and a discussion on collective appraisal. For the remainder of our time, we will break out into concurrent small group discussions to engage further on each topic.


Advocating for Appraisal (Presentation)
Christian Kelleher

Tools for Born-Digital Appraisal (Lightning Round) - ePADD, Brunnhilde, Bulk Extractor, and FTK
Dorothy Waugh (ePADD); Jessica Venlet (Brunnhilde + Bulk Extractor); Cat Lea Holbrook (FTK)

Appraising Electronic State Agency Records (Case Study)
Pat Galloway, Amy Padilla, Natasha Kovalyova, Haley Latta

Collective Approaches to Electronic Appraisal (Panel Discussion)
Carla Alvarez, Bonnie Gordon, and Jen Hoyer

A full agenda and links to community notes for all presentations can be found here: http://bit.ly/SAAERS19

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Jessica Farrell

Community Facilitator, Educopia Institute
Jess is community facilitator for the Software Preservation Network and BitCurator Consortium. Previously she was curator of digital collections at Harvard Law School Library and has held past positions at McDonald's Corporation, Armstrong-Johnston Archival Services, the College of... Read More →


Natasha Kovalyova

University of Texas at Austin

Amy Padilla

University of Texas at Austin

Haley Latta

University of Texas at Austin
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Bonnie Gordon

Digital Archivist, Rockefeller Archive Center
Bonnie Gordon is a Digital Archivist on the Digital Programs team at the Rockefeller Archive Center, where she focuses on digital preservation, born digital records, and training around technology.
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Jen Hoyer

Educator, Brooklyn Collection, Brooklyn Public Library
Jen Hoyer helps make things go at Interference Archive and teaches about researching local history at the Brooklyn Collection. She loves working through how archives can help people understand themselves and their place in the world around them.

Dorothy Waugh

Digital Archivist, Emory University
Dorothy Waugh is Digital Archivist at the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University. She received her MLS from Indiana University and her MA in English Literature from the Ohio State University.
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Cat Lea Holbrook

Archivist, Schlesinger Library

Pat Galloway

Archival educator, School of Information, University of Texas at Austin.
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Jessica Venlet

University at North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries

Carla O. Alvarez

US Latina/o Archivist, Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

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