Midwest Archives Conference Annual Meeting Workshops

Spring 2015:

SAA: Accession of Digital Records [DAS]

Arrangement and Description 101 (Pam Hackbart-Dean)

Introduction to Archivematica (Courtney Mumma)

E-Records Best Practices (John Faundeen)

Open Forums:
Management (Sammie Morris)

Planning Your Career (Tanya Zanish-Belcher and Ellen Swain)

 


 

Spring 2014

SAA: Copyright for Digital Archives [DAS] (Heather Briston)
From Theory to Action: A Pragmatic Approach to Digital Preservation Tools & Strategies:  (Meg Miner and Jeff Hancks)

Soot, Mud, And Mold: Beyond The Basics Of Salvaging Archives Collections (Melissa Tedone, Whitney Baker, Hilary T. Seo)

Open Forums:

MPLP for Audiovisual Materials (Dennis Meissner and Nancy Sherbert

What is Happening with Social Media? (Colleen Theisen)

Outreach and Marketing (Abby Magariel)

 


 

Spring 2013

SAA:  Developing Specifications and RFP’s for Record Keeping Systems [DAS] (Cynthia Ghering)

Introduction to Digital Preservation Concepts (Geoff Edwards)

Reeling in Your Film Materials: Identification and Care Basics (Nadia Ghasedi & Irene Taylor)

Sprinklers, Steam Pipes, and Sewers: Mitigating Smaller-scale Disasters (Hilary Seo) (CANCELLED)

 


 

Spring 2012

SAA: Basic Electronic Records #1249 (Geof Huth)

Introduction to Records and Information Management (Caryn Wojcik)

Legal Issues for Archivists (Menzi Behrnd-Klodt)

 


 

Spring 2011

SAA: Encoded Archival Description #1129 (Michael J. Fox, Kris Kiesling)

Genealogy Research Methods for Librarians and Archivists (Miriam Kahn)

Creating Exhibits with Impact: Design and Curation in the Archives (Darren Terpstra, Stephanie Crowe, Ryan Bean)

Taking the Lead: Creating Paths to Better Management, Collaboration and Networking (Rosemary Pleva Flynn, Sammie Morris, Amy Cooper Cary, Sara Holmes (not present))

 


 

Spring 2010

SAA: Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS) #0142 (Kelcy Shepherd)

Fundamentals of Reference (Richard L. Pifer)

After the Interview: Completing the Closing Stages of an Oral History Project (Craig Simpson, Kathleen Siebert Marcus)

Audiovisual Preservation Self-Assessment: Principles, Priorities and Program Management (Jimi Jones)

 


 

Spring 2009

Disaster Preparation and Wet Salvage of Materials (Sara Holmes, Gretchen Shoemaker)

Archon and Archivists’ Toolkit: Collection Management Possibilities (Bradley Westbrook, Chris Prom, David Crawford, Melinda McMartin Isler; David B Malone; Sammie Morris)

Ethics and Legal Issues in Archives (Lynn Smith)

Electronic Records Management Preservation (Mark Myers)

 


 

Spring 2008:

ARMA: Managing Electronic Records:  Applying Principles from the Records Management and Archival Professions (Gregory S. Hunter)

Arrangement and Description 101 (Pam Hackbart-Dean)

Project Management for Archivists (Laurie Gemmill)

Photographic Preservation on a Shoestring Budget (Michael McCormick)

 


 

Spring 2007:

ARMA: Legal Requirements for Records and Information Management Programs (Donald S. Skupsky)

Fundamentals of Preservation Administration (Miriam Kahn)

Advanced Workshop: Building Digital Collections (Laurie Gemmill)

Advanced Workshop: Moving Images Demystified (Paul Eisloeffel)

 


 

Spring 2006

SAA: Oral History: From Planning to Preservation (Fred Calabretta)

Outreach (John Straw)

Preserving Scrapbooks in Archives, Part II (Jennifer Hain Teper)

 


 

Fall 2005

SAA: Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS) (William Landis)

Caring for Artifacts in Your Collections (Ellen Sieber)

Manuscript and Print Collection Hands-On Repair (Miriam Kahn)



Spring 2005

SAA: Basic Electronic Records (Geoffrey Huth)

Fundamentals of Accessioning, William L. Hopkins

Disasters in the Digital Age (William LeFevre and William Gulley)

Handling Old Photographs (Tanya Zanish-Belcher for Stephen Van Buren)

 


 

Fall 2004

SAA: Oral History Workshop (Fred Calabretta)

Metadata for Archivists (Chris Prom)

Fundamentals of Arrangement and Description, Matt Schaefer and Craig Wright

Mini-Workshop: The Basics of Accessioning (William L. Hopkins)

 


 

Spring 2004

SAA: Grant Proposal Writing, Shelby Sanett

Tools, Methods, and Strategies for Running Effective Meetings, Russell Consulting, Inc (CANCELLED)

Fundamentals of Reference, Tanya Zanish-Belcher

 


 

Fall 2003:

SAA: Leadership and Management of Archival Programs, Thomas P. Wilstead

Fundamentals of Preservation Administration, Miriam Kahn

Law and Original Order: A Primer on Archival Ethics and Legal Issues, Lynn Smith

 


 

Spring 2003:

SAA: Basic Electronic Records, Cal Lee

Beginning an Imaging Program: Achieving Success and Avoiding the Pitfalls, Ray Cunningham

Genealogy and Local History Research Methods for Librarians and Archivist, Miriam Kahn

Records Management 101, (Susan McKinney)

 


 

Fall 2002:

SAA: Oral History: From Planning to Preservation, Fred Calabretta

Fundamentals of Preservation Administration, Miriam Kahn

Steps to Successful Digital Imaging Project Management, Jill Marie Koelling

Exhibit Design for Archivists, Shawn Holz

 


 

Spring 2002:

SAA: Stylesheets--EAD Part 2, Michael Fox and Kris Kiesling

Metadata for Archivists and Recordkeepers, Jennifer Johnson and Shawn Rounds

Records Management 101, Susan McKinney

EAD Cookbook, Chris Prom

Disaster Response and Recovery Planning: How to Plan for When Everything Goes Wrong, Miariam Kahn

Basic Preservation Container Construction, Jana Lee Pullman

 


 

Fall 2001:

SAA: Encoded Archival Description, Jackie Dooley and Richard Szary

Fundamentals of Preservation Administration, Mariam Kahn

Fund-Raising for Special Collections, Dwight Burlingame

The Copyright Quandary for Archives, Kenneth D. Crews

User and Usability Studies, Cliff Lampe

 


 

Spring 2001:

SAA: Archival Cataloging as a Component of Description, Melissa Delbridge and Lynn Holdzkom

Fundamentals of Reference, Tanya Zanish-Belcher

Supervision: Leadership Skills for People Managers, Arnie Aronoff

Introduction to Audiovisual Archives, Stephanie Orphan

 


 

Fall 2000:

SAA: Architectural Records: Identification, Preservation, and Access, Waverly Lowell and Tawny Ryan Nelb

SAA: Encoded Archival Description (EAD), Jackie Dooley and Richard Szary

Fundamentals of Archival Acquisition and Appraisal, Mark Greene

MARAC: Risk Awareness and Control in Records Management, Gerald Cannizzaro and Jennie Gilbaud

Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response, Jim Jagger and Roger K. Oviatt

Fundamentals of Reference, Tanya Zanish-Belcher

MARAC: Implementation of Encoded Archival Description, Elizabeth Shaw and David Ruddy

Fundamentals of Archival Description, Mark Vargas

Fundamentals of Preservation Management, Mariam Kahn

 


 

Spring 2000:

SAA: Archival Cataloging as a Component of Description, Melissa Delbridge and Lynn Holdzkom

Fundamentals of Acquisition and Appraisal, Mark Greene and Rick Pifer

Genealogy and Local History Research Methods for Archivists, Mariam Kahn

Introduction to General Management Expectations, Ted Ketchum

 


Fall 1999:

SAA: Digital Imaging Technology, Beth Davis-Brown and Jill Koelling

OHA: Oral History, Barbara Sommer and Mary Kay Quinlan

Fundamentals of Reference, Tanya Zanish-Belcher

Effective Archival Web Site Design, Mark Vargas

Introduction to Preventative Conservation, Ronna Rivers

 


 

Spring 1999:

SAA: Basic Electronic Records, Tom Ruller

Fundamentals of Collection Development and Appraisal, Mark Greene and Rick Pifer

Fundamentals of Arrangement and Description, Mark Vargas

Fundamentals of Reference, Tanya Zanish-Belcher

Fundamentals of Preservation Management, Mariam Kahn

 
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