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Thursday, August 20 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
SESSION 106 - Yes, I Google Better: How Technology Has Changed Archival Reference

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How often have you been asked, "Why do we need you when we have Google?" Although many archivists debate the best digital preservation practices, attention to the changes affecting access and reference has been lacking. The panelists spark a conversation about the technological and archival skills needed to meet digital-age users’ reference expectations. Come hear how colleagues take aim and tackle the age of search engines.

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Dara Baker

Archivist, Naval Historical Collection, Naval War College Library
Archivist at the Naval Historical Collection, U.S. Naval War College in Newport, RI. Previously worked as Senior Archivist, Historian and Legislative Researcher at the Export-Import Bank of the United States. Earned an MLS with a concentration in Archives from the University of Maryland, College Park and holds a Master's in History from Harvard University. Achieved Certified Archivist status in July 2012. Research interests include new... Read More →
avatar for Jan Blodgett

Jan Blodgett

College Archivist, Davidson College
Much of my career has been as a lone-arranger and as an archivist who regularly crosses borders and play well with librarians. working on a college campus, I look for ways to get students, faculty and staff engaged with the archives. | Talk to me about instruction, working with college staff (alumni relations, athletics, and more), belly dancing, and community outreach.
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Russell Gasero

Archivist, Reformed Church in America Archives
As a religious archivist I am most interested in the philosophy and theology of archives on the theoretical level. On a practical level, I have been doing MPLP for a very long time and am interested in how lone arrangers get all the tasks accomplished in an efficient and effective manner. My passion is being of help and service to others as we grow and develop in our profession. I have now been at this craft for more than four decades!
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Abbi Nye

Interim Head of Archives, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
I'm the Interim Head of Archives at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Previously UWM's Reference and Instruction Archivist, I hold an MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a BA from Wheaton College. | | Talk to me about: social media outreach, archival instruction, lone arrangers, mystery novels, British tv shows, and good food!
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Dennis Roman Riley

Assistant Director, Archives & Records Management, Brooklyn Navy Yard Archive
Vice Chair, SAA Committee on Public Policy


Thursday August 20, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Room 21 Cleveland Convention Center, 300 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114

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