New Anonymous “Ask an Archivist” Feature

Hello, SNAP blog readers,

I’m writing today to introduce a new feature on the blog: the “Ask an Archivist” anonymous question form. You’ll notice a new link along the top navigation bar titled: “Ask an Archivist,” which will take you to the form. This form allows you to submit your SNAP-related advice-seeking questions for more “seasoned” archivists to respond to in a blog post.  We realize that sometimes you need guidance, but, for various reasons, might prefer to remain anonymous. Once we receive your question, we will schedule a response to be written by an experienced archivist and posted on the blog – so be sure to check back.

Thanks for reading and letting us be a resource for you. And a big thank you to all the archivists who volunteered to answer questions for us.

– Lisa Huntsha, your SNAP Blog Coordinator (i.e. the one who schedules posts and writes in italics on here)

P.S. If you’re an experienced archivist and would like to volunteer to respond to some posts, please contact me. Or, if you have any other ideas for posts you’d like to see/write, email me about that too!

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About Lisa H

Lisa is the archivist/librarian at the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana College. She stumbled into archival work by way of the museum world and is always seeking ways to break down the silos of these professions. Lisa has worked in museums, libraries, and archives in Illinois, New York, and Alaska. While not at work, Lisa spends her free time biking, working on art projects, and putting her useless knowledge to good use on bar trivia teams. You can find her on Twitter @lisahuntsha.

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