Monday, February 14, 2011

Conference Schedule

Herman B Wells Library

Saturday, March 5, 2011

9:00-9:30: Registration and breakfast

9:30-10:30: Session I: Digitization
The Rainbow Connection and the Archives: Using Digital Preservation to Link the Jim Henson Company’s Past, Present, and Future
Stacie Williams, Simmons College

Migration Thinking: Dietrich Schüller, Albrecht Häfner, and the Inception of the Digital Mass Storage System for Sound Archives
Jason Groth, Indiana University Bloomington

10:30-10:45: Break

10:45-11:45: Session II (Parallel sessions)
Appraisal and Government Documents
The Grigg Report and its Effect on Appraisal in the United Kingdom
Kristopher Stenson, Indiana University Bloomington

Rethinking Appraisal Theory for Government Documents
Camille Torres, Simmons College

Issues in Digital Archives
Preserving Growth, Preserving Decay: Born-Digital Materials That Will Not Sit Still
Dorothy Chalk, Indiana University Bloomington

Open Source Electronic Recordkeeping: A Review of Alfresco Enterprise Content Management System
Eric Holt, University Archivist, Indiana State University

11:45-12:00: Break/Walk to tour location

12:00-12:45: Tour

12:45-1:00: Walk to Herman B Wells Library

1:00-2:00: Lunch

2:00-3:00: Session III (Parallel sessions)
Special Collections in Libraries and Archives
Motion Picture Film Preservation at The Chautauqua Institution Archives
Danielle Emerling, Indiana University Bloomington

Non-textual Objects in Library and Archival Collections
Brenna Henry, Indiana University Bloomington

Cultural Heritage in Archives: Music
Heavy Metal as Folklore and the Case for Preservation
Ed Hill, Indiana University Bloomington

“The Mystery Song”: Histories of the Contingent in Documentary Jazz Recordings
Richard Fischer, The City University of New York-Queens

3:00-3:15: Transportation/walk to workshop location

3:15-5:00: Workshop

Saturday evening
8:00-11:00: Social gathering at Nick's English Hut (423 East Kirkwood Ave)

Sunday, March 6, 2011

9:00-9:30: Breakfast

9:30-10:30: Session IV
Describing Visual Resources
Photography, Identity and Descriptive Processes
Kristen Schuster, Simmons College

Excessive, Adequate, or Not Enough: The Impact of Postmodernism and Minimal Processing on Photographic Description in the Digital Realm
Andrew McGraw, Project Archivist, University of Kentucky

10:30-10:45: Break

10:45-11:45: Session V (Parallel sessions)
Uncovering Special Collections
An Underappreciated Resource: Medieval Manuscript Leaf Collections
Micah Erwin, University of Texas at Austin, School of Information

“How are [we] to bring such wayward creatures into the bonds of organization?”: Zine Archives and the Archival Tradition
Rachel Woodbrook and Althea Lazzaro, University of Washington

Preserving Place
An Analysis of African Archives: Challenges for the Present and Solutions for Change
Sarah Keil, Indiana University Bloomington

The Woman Behind the Curtain: Winnie Allen as Archivist
Alison Clemens, University of Texas at Austin, School of Information

11:45-12:00: Break/walk to tour location

12:00-2:00: Tour

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