It’s not too late! Register onsite for SOA Annual Meeting in Akron

Want to attend SOA in Akron but forgot to preregister? No worries! You can still register onsite on Friday, May 17th!

See http://www.ohioarchivists.org/annual_conference/ and follow the hashtag #soaam19

 

2019 Annual Meeting: Invention and Innovation

The Friday Conference will be held at the Hilton Akron/Fairlawn Hotel, 3180 W. Market St, Akron.

Onsite meeting registration:

–          $60 SOA members; $80 nonmembers; $40 students. Due to catering restrictions, we cannot guarantee lunch for onsite registrants.

–          No onsite Workshop or Mixer registration.

Note: Full membership is just $15, so that can save you $, and we’d love to have you! Join here: http://www.ohioarchivists.org/membership_information/

Annual Meeting

May 17, 2019

Plenary Speaker: Kathleen D. Roe

Kathleen Roe portraitKathleen Roe’s talk, “Reimagining the Future of the Archival Past,” will focus on the future of archival work, including ensuring our institutions collect materials that reflect a comprehensive, inclusive past, conveying the value of archives in meaningful ways to a wide range of users and audiences, and stepping forward to strengthen our profession and its role in our communities and society. Roe is a Fellow and past-president of the Society of American Archivists, and is author of a forthcoming SAA Fundamentals manual on advocacy and awareness for archivists.

Sessions

–          Session 1a: Collaborative Projects: A. Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone: Using the World War I Centennial for Innovative Collaboration and Outreach Projects. Victor Fleischer, University of Akron; Rebecca Larson-Troyer, Akron-Summit County Public Library; Toivo Motter, Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens. B. Good Migrations: Blurring the Lines Between the Library, Archives, and Museum. Laura Maidens & Jennie Thomas, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

–          Session 1b: Teaching in the Archives: A. Discovering History through Diverse Collections. William Modrow, Miami University. B. There’s a First Time for Everything. Anne Ryckbost, Xavier University.

–          Session 2a: Alternative Approaches to Processing. A. You get an A!: Teaching Students to Process Archival Collections in the Classroom. Emily Gainer, Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; Lisa Rickey, Wright State University. B. Thinking Outside the Hollinger Box: Challenges of Avant-garde Collections at Ohio State University Libraries. Courtney Bishop & Mackenzie Sommers, The Ohio State University.

–          Session 2b: Job Hunting as an Archivist. A. Getting a Job Like a Boss. Collette McDonough, Kettering Foundation. B. “Filling in the Gaps”: Non-Traditional Approaches to Becoming an Archivist. Margaret Breidenbaugh, Cincinnati Museum Center; Hannah Kemp-Severence, Case Western Reserve University; Gino Pasi, University of Cincinnati.

–          Session 3: “Where Were you the Last 200 Years?”: Building a Diverse and Inclusive Repository for Underrepresented Communities. Lori Harris & Gino Pasi, University of Cincinnati.

–          Poster Sessions & Mock Archives Job Interviews

–          Session 4a: Mini-workshop: Advocating for Collections Care. Dyani Feige, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts.

–          Session 4b: Mini-workshop: An Innovative Approach to Records Management Training: Making Records Management Training Fun! Melissa Dalton & Robin Heise, Greene County Records Center & Archives.

See you there!