Thanks to all who attended, participated in or followed from afar our very first Member
Evaluation and opportunity to provide thoughts on future meetings (whether you attended this year's or not): https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Z9NQLGK
Links to presentations and discussion notes are provided below, as are audio files for the segments of the first half of the program that were recorded.
When? August 22, 2015
Where? Cleveland Public Library
This will be an opportunity for Members to share and learn from each other, the Governance Board, and the program staff on a range of topics. Thanks to our hosts at the Cleveland Public Library for their generosity in providing us with meeting space in the main library.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered to develop the program.
Logistical support: Kenna Juliani, LYRASIS
The Library is only a few blocks from the Cleveland Convention Center and the conference hotels for SAA. Most of our events will be in the Louis Stokes Wing of the Main Library. The address for that building is 525 Superior Avenue. Directions from the Convention Center are available at https://goo.gl/maps/VihF6. If you will have a car with you, parking is available in several garages and lots nearby.
|1:00-1:45 p.m. _______________|
Welcome remarks and ArchivesSpace Governance Board/Program Staff update (LSW, Auditorium - Lower Level)
Plenary session on writing an ArchivesSpace implementation plan (LSW, Auditorium - Lower Level) audio
Description: Implementing ArchivesSpace as your archives management system requires more than hitting the "migrate" button. This session will provide a comprehensive framework for institutions of all types and sizes to write their own ArchivesSpace implementation plans, no matter the resources available to them. This highly-interactive session includes guidance from metadata specialists, IT professionals, systems archivists and processing archivists, and will address the technological, political, training, and resource allocation needs that should be addressed before adopting ArchivesSpace. Those who have already implemented ArchivesSpace in their own institutions will be encouraged to share their insights and lessons learned as well.
Mark Custer, Yale University presentation
Parallel breakout sessions.
|4:30-5:00 p.m.||Reconvene as a group for reporting out from breakouts and final remarks (LSW, Auditorium - Lower Level)|
|5:00-5:45 p.m.||Casual reception (LSW, Room 218)|
The library has free wi-fi and you’re welcome to bring any devices you’d like to connect. We encourage people to tweet any portion of the meeting - or to tweet questions for the meeting sessions - using our suggested hashtag: #aspacemembers15 - twitter feed: https://twitter.com/search?q=%23aspacemembers15&src=typd
Continuing Your Conversations After the Meeting Ends
While the meeting concludes at 5:45 and the Library closes at 6:00 p.m., there are plenty of nearby options to continue your ArchivesSpace conversations later in the evening. We've compiled a list of nearby restaurants and bars that may be good for small or larger groups.
Online registration closed on August 1, 2015. You can still visit the registration page or modify your existing registration via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/archivesspace-member-meeting-registration-16770198114. This free event is open to all staff of ArchivesSpace member institutions.
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