Welcome to the Midwest Archives Conference

Join  hundreds of archivists, curators and information professionals from our 13-state region and beyond to find out what MAC has to offer you. There are a number of tools available on this site to help current MAC members connect to other members, learn about upcoming events, manage their online profiles and much more! Please login for full access. Read our latest news and announcements below.

MAC Speaker’s Bureau Workshop March 30th

"Exploring Access and Privacy Legal Issues for Archivists, Librarians, and Information Professionals" taught by Menzi Behrnd-Klodt is an in-depth course on access and privacy legal issues encountered by today's archivists, librarians, and curators.  This workshop is being offered in conjunction with the Society of Indiana Archivists' meeting.  Read more about the workshop or register through the Society of Indiana Archivists site.

The MAC Election is Open!

This year's MAC election will continue using a streamlined electronic process for the election of officers. MAC members will log in to the MAC website and make their choices via a secure web form. Electronic voting will take place February 13–March 5, 2017.  The elected officers will begin their terms at the conclusion of the Annual Members’ Meeting in April 2017.

Registration for the MAC 2017 Annual Meeting Now Open

Register today for the MAC annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska - OMAMAC!  See the meeting information page for details on registration, accommodations, a full program, and much more.  See you in Omaha!

New Election Rules

Get ready for the 2017 MAC election! Individual MAC members in good standing on January 31, 2017 can cast their votes online between February 13 and March 5, 2017.  Beginning with the 2017 election, MAC has adopted a fixed membership join/renewal date for individuals to participate in the annual election, and moved the start of the election to the second Monday in February.

Explanation of these changes is on the MAC website at https://midwestarc.memberclicks.net/2017-election-rules.

New Speaker's Bureau!

After receiving Council approval to continue as a long-term program at the spring 2016 meeting, the Speaker's Bureau is back! See the MAC Speakers Bureau website for more information about the program.

The Education Committee is seeking to flesh out its existing listing of available workshops (coming early in 2017) and we need your help! The MAC region has a lot of talented professionals with a wide variety of skill sets. If you're interested in teaching a workshop for MAC, either at an annual meeting or as part of the Speaker's Bureau, we'd love to hear from you. You can simply complete this workshop proposal form

Any questions? Contact the Education Committee co-chairs, Lisa Sjoberg (sjoberg@cord.edu) and Marcella Huggard (mdwiget@gmail.com).

 

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