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Clabber Girl logo and museum building photograph courtesy of the Clabber Girl Museum
Join colleagues from around the state for "On the Banks of Archival Success and Failure" at the Clabber Girl Museum in Terre Haute.
Please note that you must register separately for the pre-conference workshop and the annual meeting (see registration links below).
Pre-Conference Workshop Thursday, April 25, 2019 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Clabber Girl Museum Rex Room
Registration due by April 12
$40 for SIA members |
$30 for student members |
$60 for non-members
Digital Preservation for Smaller Institutions: POWRR<500
with Jamie Schumacher* on behalf of Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)
The NEDCC has partnered with the Digital POWRR Project to develop a workshop with a focus on practical tips and activities for small organizations that have fewer than $500 annually to devote to digital preservation efforts.
Participants will gain confidence to move from digital preservation theory to practice by understanding the different policies and tools needed to approach building a digital preservation program. The workshop will have several activities, including how to assess digital preservation using the NDSA Levels of Preservation and will have hands-on experience with basic digital preservation tools that can be used even at institutions with limited budgets.
About the facilitator
Jaime Schumacher is the Senior Director of Digital Collections & Scholarship at Northern Illinois University Libraries and the co-leader of Digital POWRR (Preserving digital Objects With Restricted Resources). POWRR delivers professional development opportunities to practitioners seeking pragmatic solutions to the digital preservation challenges facing their institutions. She earned her MLIS at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Technology from Purdue University. Previously, Jaime worked as an Information Systems Consultant for Deloitte Consulting in Chicago, IL.
Digital Preservation From Theory to Practice: approaches, policies, + tools
Levels of Preservation: assessment and discussion
Walk the Workflow: hands-on experience with digital preservation tools
*2019-04-15 change: the original presenter, Danielle Spalenka, is leaving NEDCC for another job opportunity.
Register for the pre-conference workshop by completing the online registration form . Members: please log in to access member rates.
In August 2018, Governor Eric Holcomb appointed S. Chandler Lighty as the executive director of the Indiana Archives and Records Administration (IARA). Although not an archivist by training, Lighty has worked for and used archives throughout his twenty-year career in public history. In his keynote, Lighty will reflect on his career and share some of the critical challenges that he and his team face. He will also offer some thoughts on how he seeks to apply the History Relevance Campaign’s Value of History Statement to the work of Indiana’s state archives.
Parking is available at the Clabber Girl Museum visitor parking lot on the southwest corner of Cherry and 9th Streets. Additional parking, if needed, is available in the parking garage on the northwest corner of Cherry and 8th Street. The SkyGarden Parking Facility at 662 Ohio Street is available for $8.00 per day; $1.50 per hour.
No official room block has been reserved for the annual meeting and pre-conference workshop. Accommodations may be available at local area hotels. The local arrangements committee suggests the following nearby options, both within walking distance of the Clabber Girl Museum:
An informal gathering will take place at M. Mogger’s Restaurant & Pub after the meeting. This historic venue was once occupied by Matthias Mogger, a German immigrant and pioneer of early brewing. It later became the Terre Haute Brewing Company where Champagne Velvet was created.
The Society of Indiana Archivists will award the Thomas Krasean Student Scholarship to attend the 2019 Society of Indiana Archivists Annual Meeting, held on April 26, 2019. The scholarship recipient will receive a complimentary registration to the Annual Meeting and $150.00 to cover the expenses associated with attending.
Application Deadline: April 12, 2019
Eligibility Requirements: An applicant must be either a graduate student enrolled in a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) program, Master of Arts (MA) in History or Museum Studies program, or a related graduate program -OR- a recent graduate from one of the previously listed programs with five or fewer years of post-graduate work experience.
Recipient must be able to attend the Annual Meeting on April 26, 2019, where they will receive the check.
To Apply: Submit a statement of interest stating why you want to attend the annual meeting and how it will benefit you. Include in your statement a brief outline of your archival education and any work history, along with a description of your long-term professional goals. Please include your contact information (name, mailing address, phone, and e-mail) and contact information for your institution or employer. Statements should be limited to 200-400 words.
Additionally, the recipient is expected to write a brief (150-300 word) reflection about their experience attending the Annual Meeting and submit it along with a photograph (head shot) to be published in SIA’s News and Notes newsletter.
Please submit the information stated above via email to Claire Horton, firstname.lastname@example.org
The award recipient will be announced through the SIA listserv prior to the meeting.