News for the week of September 12 - 16, 2016

16 Sep 2016 8:00 AM | Hannah Davis (Administrator)

Happy Friday! The 2016 Joint Meeting is only a month away, so make sure to register if you plan on attending. Also, if you hope to split a room with one of your fellow archivists, be sure to check out our Facebook group to see if anybody else needs a roomate!

From the State:

Tampa, FL: USF's new research associate has made a 3D model of their cuneiform tablet.

From the Country:

Yellowstone, WY: Audio archivist Jennifer Jerrett preserves the sounds of Yellowstone National Park.

Berkeley, CA: Holdings in the Pacifica Radio Archives are in trouble. 

Durham, NH: Critics are questioning UNH's decision to spend a librarian's donation on a new athletic scoreboard.

From the World:

Manchester, U.K.: Here's how audio archivists are preserving the first recordings of computer music.

Melbourne, Australia: Citizens are fighting to keep Ford Australia's archives from being moved to the US.

From the Blogosphere:

The BBC takes a look at secret archives from around the world.

The National Library of Medicine has started to publish epidemic-related born digital material online as part of their Global Health Events collection.

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