2015 Conference

October 19 – 21, 2015

Pennsylvania State Archives
Harrisburg, PA

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2015 Program

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2015
Selecting an Electronic Records Repository Platform (How we conjured something from nothing), Brian Thomas, Electronic Records Archivist, South Carolina Department of Archives and History and Bryan Collars, Electronic Records Supervisor, South Carolina Department of Archives and History

Selecting an Electronic Records Repository Platform (supplement only), Brian Thomas, Electronic Records Archivist, South Carolina Department of Archives and History

“Say it ain’t so” Documenting Scandals (session cancelled but presentation submitted by presenter), Jackie Esposito, Archivist and Head of Records Management Services, Pennsylvania State University

Digital Preservation Education and Training: What are the Issues and what is being done?, Glen McAninch, Consultant, retired from the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives

Processing Capstone Email using Predictive Coding, Brent West, Assistant Director, Records and Information Management Services, University of Illinois

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2015
Rescuing Early Digital Assets and Preserving Data Rescue Capabilities, Christopher Muller, CEO, Muller Media Conversions

Data Rescue at a Scientific Data Center, Robert Downs, PhD, Senior Digital Archivist, Columbia University

Manual to Automated: The Road to updating Electronic Records Transfers and the Delivery Process, James Watson, Appraisal Archivist, Maryland State Archives

Utah’s Open Records Portal: Online Records Requests and More, Renee Wilson, Utah Open Records Portal Administrator

Building Digital Preservation Workflows without a “Keystone”, Carol Kussmann, Digital Preservation Archivist, University of Minnesota Libraries

Wrangling Digital Assets at the Texas State Archives, Steven Kantner, Digital Assets Coordinator, Texas State Library and Archives Commission

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2015
Archiving Digital Content: Challenges and Solutions, Jackie Esposito, Archivist and Head of Records Management Services, Pennsylvania State University

Expanding Accessibility: Making Digital Content Accessible to People with Disabilities, Kevin Driedger, Digitization and Conservation Librarian, Library of Michigan

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