2014 Annual Meeting Presentations

"Our Diverse Cultures, Our Digital Future"

May 7-9, 2014, Orlando, FL

Program (PDF)
Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Documenting Diversity in Florida's Historical Record (I)
  • Burt Altman, FSU Libraries
  • Myrka Don Fred, African American Research Library and Cultural Center, Broward County
  • Cody Rademacher, "Personal Connections: Outreach to the Jewish Community, Holocaust Survivors, and the Southwest Florida Region," Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida
Documenting Diversity in Florida's Historical Record (II)
  • James Schnur, "Preserving Diverse Voices and Conserving their Heritage: Lessons Learned in the Tampa Bay Region," USF St. Petersburg Nelson Poynter Memorial Library
  • Janet DeVries, "Palm Beach State College," Boynton Beach Historical Society
  • Tomaro Taylor, "Ethnography and Documentation," FMHI Research Library

Efficient Processing for Backlog Reduction: Applied Minimal Processing Strategies

  • John Nemmers, UF Libraries
  • Annie Benefiel, UF Libraries

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Caring for Artifacts in Archival Repositories
  • Stephanie Antequino, Planet Hollywood International

The Research Agenda in Theory and Practice

  • Andrew Huse, USF Tampa Library

The Tumblarians: Librarians and their Departments Ditch Traditional Blogs for Tumblr

  • Justin White, USF School of Information
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Collection Development in Archival and Special Collection Libraries
  • Kevin Arms, USF School of Information
Using New RICHES Mosaic Interface for Research and Teaching
  • Dr. Connie L. Lester, UCF
Dive in the Lairs of Shark Research: In the Papers of Mote's Center for Shark Research
  • Gail Donovan, Arthur Vining Davis Library & Archives
Exploring EAC-CPF with the Remixing Archival Metadata Project (RAMP)
  • Allison Jai O'Dell, UM Libraries
  • Mairelys Lemus-Rojas, UM Libraries

Friday, May 9, 2014

Approaches to Managing and Sustaining a Web Archiving Program

Archiving Electronic Records at the University of Miami: A Case Study

  • Laura Capell, UM Libraries
  • Beatrice Skokan, UM Libraries

Jump into Born-Digital: Working with the Born-digital Materials of the Science Education Curriculum Collection at Florida State University

  • Krystal Thomas, FSU Libraries
  • Timothy Kanke, FSU School of Information

A Map through Time: Virtual Historic Cities - UPDATE

  • Jamie Rogers, FIU Libraries

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