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Thursday, August 6 • 10:00am - 11:00am
1A - Looking Back to Move Forward: Evaluating the Hidden Collections Era in Archives and Special Collections

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Where are we as a profession after two decades of grant-funded collections survey and processing work? Are our institutions operating more or less sustainably? Have we increased use, and what has that meant for our repositories? Prepare for the future by joining us for a panel discussion of the past twenty years of the hidden collections era.

Michels: Introduction to the Hidden Collections Era
Bradley-Sanders: The collection is no longer "hidden" - now what?
Evangelestia-Dougherty: This too shall NOT pass: Sustainability of Hidden Collections Funding Initiatives
Hocking: The impact of Hidden Collections funding on a small repository
Melley: Funders' Role in Expanding Access
Schlottmann: The Next Step: Unhiding Unprocessed Collections

Chair
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Lara Michels

Head of Archival Processing, The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley
Lara Michels is Head of Archival Processing at The Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley. She leads and manages processing work of all kinds and develops processing policies, standards, and procedures for analog, digital, and hybrid collections.

Speakers
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Nancy Melley

Director for Technological Initiatives, National Historical Publications and Records Commission, National Archives
Nancy Melley has primary responsibility for NHPRC?s Access to Historical Records: Archival Project and Public Engagement with Historical Records grant programs.
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Linda Hocking

Curator of Library & Archives, Litchfield Historical Society
Linda Hocking is the Curator of Library & Archives at the Litchfield Historical Society where she is responsible for all aspects of archival work. She serves on the CT-SHRAB, TS-DACS, and as VP/President Elect of New England Archivists.
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Kevin Schlottmann

Head of Archives Processing, Columbia University
Kevin Schlottmann is Head of Archives Processing at Columbia University?s Rare Book and Manuscript Library. He leads a team of archivists in arranging and describing a wide array of materials, and is the local ArchivesSpace product owner.
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Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty

Associate University Librarian, Cornell University
Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty is the Associate University Librarian for Special Collections, Area Studies, Digital Initiatives and Conservation at Cornell University. She oversees all strategies related to rare & distinctive collections administration
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Colleen Bradley-Sanders

College Archivist, Brooklyn College
Colleen Bradley-Sanders is the College Archivist at Brooklyn College, where she supervises the staff and is responsible for overseeing all activities of the Archives and Special Collections unit of the library.


Thursday August 6, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am CDT
Live (Will Be Recorded)