The Grants Development Subcommittee of the Regional Archival Associations Consortium (RAAC) developed a listing of national and state-level grants to raise awareness among member regionals about grant opportunities. The listing is the first phase of RAAC’s grant resource guide, which is expected to expand and evolve over time.
In the latest Campus Case Study, “Digital Preservation Strategies for a Small Private College,” Illinois Wesleyan University Archivist Meg Miner explores tactics lone arrangers can take to ensure good stewardship for born digital and digitized institutional records when their repositories cannot dedicate funds or staff time to digital preservation workflows.
The American Archivist—one of the profession’s premier journals—has a new online home at americanarchivist.org. The website has a smart new look, is a lot easier to use, and offers new tools and features to make it an online experience worthy of the journal’s best-in-class content. We’ll be adding some finishing touches over the next few weeks, but we think you’ll already love what you see. Check it out!
Click here to view the online program, download a PDF of the Preliminary Program, make your hotel reservations, access the Host Committee blog, and register for the 2015 Annual Meeting, August 16-22, in Cleveland!
Take a moment now to urge your Congressperson and the members of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government to provide $10 million in funding for the National Historical Publications and Records Commission for federal FY 2016.Here’s how you can help.
Congratulations to the thirty-two new Digital Archives Specialists (DAS). These archivists, who represent a variety of repositories from around the country, earned a DAS Certificate from SAA after completing required coursework within twenty-four months and passing comprehensive examinations in February. Click here to see who they are!