Author Archives: Brenna Edwards

controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2017-08-20


SAA News

Call for Volunteers: SAA-ACRL/RBMS Joint Task Force to Revise Statement on Access to Research Materials

SAA Council Statement on White Supremacists’ Actions in Charlottesville, Virginia

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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2017-07-30


SAA News

Concerns About SAA 2019 Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas

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#SAA17 Conference Tips & Tricks

With the SAA Annual Meeting in Portland happening next week, this post was compiled to help you succeed in your conference experience, be it your first time to a conference, to Portland, or if even if you’re a seasoned veteran!

Sources have been attributed to each tip. Links have been provided where available, feel free to peruse! If you have any additional tips, feel free to comment them below! Continue reading

controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2017-06-18

This is the weekly roundup of headlines in and around archives, including some library, museum, digital humanities, and information science things as well. If you see something we’ve missed, please email us!

SAA News

Spring/Summer issue of The American Archivist is out!

ARCHIVES 2017 Registration is now Open! Early Bird Deadline is July 6

 

Act Now to Save NHPRC, NEH, and IMLS!

SAA Bookstore to Close for Inventory

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Cataloging, Categorization, and an Ode to the Call Number

This post is part of the Student Experience series, which features current and former archives students as they reflect on graduate school, internships, and early career issues. If you would like to contribute a post for this series, please email me

Guest poster Olivia Shea is a recent graduate of St. John’s University. Here, she discusses her work she has been doing at the Historical Society of Frederick County, MD, reorganizing the ephemera collection by catalog number. 
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Student Experience: Gayle Schechter

This post is part of the Student Experience series, which features current and former archives students as they reflect on graduate school, internships, and early career issues. If you would like to contribute a post for this series, please email me

Guest poster Gayle Schechter is a recent graduate of Simmons College, and discusses graduating and the challenges with entering the job market and staying positive. 

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