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Encoded Archival Description
Instructors: Dr. Kathy Wisser & Michael Rush
San Antonio, TX | March 11-12, 2019 | REGISTER NOW!
Early-Bird Deadline: February 12, 2019
Here’s your chance to receive the instruction and hands-on practice you need to bridge the digital divide. Get acquainted with the language of XML and practice with XML authoring software. This two-day course covers the most up-to-date EAD version. (More)
Who should attend? Archivists and others who are charged with exploring and/or implementing EAD at their institution or who want to enhance their resumé
Arrangement and Description: Fundamentals
Instructors: Pam Hackbart-Dean and Anne Ostendarp
San Antonio, TX | March 14-15, 2019 | REGISTER NOW!
Early-Bird Deadline: February 15, 2019
This two-day course introduces the basic principles, concepts, and tools that archivists use to establish both physical and intellectual control over archival records. You will learn the essential elements of a finding aid and the major descriptive standards that support these elements, as well as the day-to-day decisions made in arranging and describing archival materials. (More)
Who Should Attend? New archives professionals and graduate students in archival programs who have little or no experience in the arrangement and description of archival records
Tool Integration: From Pre-SIP to DIP
Instructor: Max Eckard
Houston, TX | May 3, 2019 | REGISTER NOW!
Early-Bird Deadline: April 3, 2019
The digital curation “ecosystem” is large and complex. Made up of tools that perform small, discrete tasks, to those that cover particular format groups or functional areas of models (such as OAIS), and even those that claim to be more or less comprehensive, this ecosystem is in a constant state of flux. In this course, you’ll explore options for suites of tools that can work together to steward digital archives and electronic manuscripts through the digital curation life cycle. (More)
Who should attend? Archivists, records managers, special collections curators ,and other practitioners or managers responsible for stewarding digital archives and electronic manuscripts through the digital curation life cycle
Copyright Law for Archivists: A Risk Assessment Approach
Instructor: William J. Maher
New Orleans, LA | June 10-11, 2019 | REGISTER NOW!
Early-Bird Deadline: April 1, 2019
When is it safe to take a risk? When it comes to copyright, that is a hard question to answer.
Presented by copyright and archival administration expert, William J. Maher, this two-day workshop combines a detailed look at copyright basics with a risk-management approach for archivists to use in assessing their own collections and institutional circumstances. (More)
Who Should Attend? Archivists and other professionals who have copyright concerns. Participants are invited to submit specific questions related to copyright up to two weeks prior to the workshop start date.
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