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Friday, November 4 • 10:10am - 11:00am
Renovating Foundations: Archives Space and Collections Management

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Often due to their unique resources, archival repositories operate alongside libraries in providing access to materials. This is true of the Archives & Special Collections at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries. The presenters feature ArchivesSpace as a collection management tool that provides access to primary source materials. Collection management is an essential component of the discovery process for archive patrons and of equal importance to repository staff who serve multiple constituencies. Specifically, the presenters will discuss the implementation of ArchivesSpace and standards associated with description and metadata that lead to access and use of primary source materials, including documents, photographs, born-digital materials, and associated resources. Archival collection management tools operate similarly to a library catalog for public access, however, they also provide essential information for describing, housing, locating, and managing archival collections.  As an open access program, ArchivesSpace allows customization and the presenters will show how changes made to the installation aligns it to their repository needs. They will also discuss reliance on metadata development, migration, and development of processes to enhance use, understanding, and interoperability for all formats of materials.


Moderators
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Randy Roberts

Dean of Library Services, Pittsburg State University

Speakers
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Peterson Brink

Assistant Archivist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Mary Ellen Ducey

University Archivist & Special Collections Librarian, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Mary Ellen Ducey serves at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln Libraries as the University Archivist & Special Collections Librarian. As an associate professor in this role, she supports research and scholarship relating to archival collections, including the exploration of resources... Read More →


Friday November 4, 2016 10:10am - 11:00am CDT
J.W. Jones Student Union, Room D

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