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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2018-07-15


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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2018-06-03


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SAA Signs On to Joint NGO Letter on Proposed WIPO Treaty on Broadcasting

May Council Meeting Minutes Available Now

Participate in SAA Focus Groups for Market Research

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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2018-05-20


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Nominate yourself or a friend for a SNAP Leadership position! Nominations due by 11:59 CST May 30th. Information and nomination form here!
SAA’s Mentoring Program is in need of mentors! Apply here!

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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2018-05-06


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SAA Opposes Haspel Nomination for CIA Director

Call for Pop-Up Session Proposals for 2018 Joint Annual Meeting

2018 Fellows and Award Recipients

Mosaic Fellow Nadia Clifton Completes Rare Book Internship at Libraries

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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2018-04-22


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SAA’s Congressional Papers Section (CPS) Pre-Conference Scholarship – Apply by May 1

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controlaccess: Relevant Subjects in Archives and Related Fields 2018-01-21


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Read the January/February Issue of Archival Outlook!

SAA Council Approves Standard for Public Services Metrics, Adopts SAA Legislative Agenda

Celebrate National Mentoring Month by Becoming a Mentor or Protégé!

Awards and Scholarships nominations/applications due February 28th!

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SAA 2017: Session 104 Archival Ethics: It Could Happen to You!

In advance of the 2017 Annual Meeting, we invited SNAP members to contribute summaries of panels, section meetings, forums, and pop-up sessions. Summaries represent the opinions of their individual authors; they are not necessarily endorsed by SNAP, members of the SNAP Steering Committee, or SAA.

Guest Author: Amanda Mellinger, Assistant Archivist, LaGuardia and Wagner Archives

Ethical dilemmas can produce uncertainty and anxiety in the most seasoned of archivists, but can be downright overwhelming to SNAPers who haven’t had many opportunities to navigate the difficult ethical landscape of our profession. Luckily, SAA17 offered a session with an experienced panel ready to discuss real life ethical dilemmas facing archivists now. Due to the sensitivity of this topic, you won’t be able to find a recording to this session and this recap is only going to cover the highlights and some lessons learned to protect identities and confidentiality.

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