2014 Conference

November 19-21, 2014
Montgomery, Alabama

2014 Schedule


Under the Digital Dome: State IT Priorities, Trends and Perspectives, Doug Robinson, National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO)

Texas Governor E-Records Project, Mark Myers and Laura Saegert, Texas State Library and Archives Commission

The Man at the Top: The Relationship Between the Office of the Governor and the Library of Virginia, 2002 to Today, Roger Christman, Library of Virginia

What Makes a Good Web Archive?, Brenda Reyes Ayala, University of North Texas

U. S. Election 2014: Collaborative Approaches to Web Archiving, Sylvie Rollason-Cass and Maria P. LaCalle, Internet Archive

Pulling Together to Capture Web Information, Abbie Norderhaug and Eileen Snyder, Wisconsin Historical Society

Archivematica: demonstration and sustainability strategies, Courtney Mumma, Artefactual Systems

Working with a Preservation Software Vendor – The Kentucky Experience, Glen McAninch, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives

Providing Remote-yet-Restricted Access to Born-Digital Electronic Records via Remote Desktop & Virtual Machines, Seth Shaw, Clayton State University

How to Communicate a Digital Preservation Project to the top Executive in 15 minutes or less, Linda Avetta, Pennsylvania State Archives

It’s More than Just Numbers: Communicating Needs between Administrators and Staff, Susanna Leberman, Huntsville-Madison County Public Library

Gotta’ Start at the Beginning (…of the Records Lifecycle), Sarah Grimm and Abbie Norderhaug, Wisconsin Historical Society

Built to Last: Creating Digital Repository Documentation, Ashley Yandle, State Archives of North Carolina

Mapping the Digital Preservation Wilderness: What You Need to Know, Jody DeRidder, University of Alabama Libraries

Open Source Tools for ERM: What do we need to succeed?, Meg Phillips, National Archives and Records Administration

Kukini: Building a Better Transfer Tool, Dongie Agnir, Hawaii State Archives

Digital Archiving Best Practices with Microsoft, Dale Michalk, Chuck Ladd, and Tim Lehew, Microsost Corporation

Collaboration for Access to Legal Material, Kevin Driedger, Library of Michigan

Using the Swiss Army Knife Approach to Build Massachusetts’ Online State Documents Collection, Alix Quan, State Library of Massachusetts

Intranet Quorrum (IQ): Software Sharing and Access, James H. Williams and James T. Havron, Middle Tennessee State University

Microfilm in a Digital World,  John Salviski, Eastman Park Micrographics, Inc.

Digital Preservation Fundamentals by Example, Jack O’Sullivan and Mike Thuman, Preservica

Archival Connections: Meeting People in their Digital Spaces, Chris Prom, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Creating Capitol Connections between Stakeholders and State Publications, Jim Kammerer, Montana State Library

Web Work, Richard Pearce-Moses, Clayton State University