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Our first event to specifically aim to span the many timezones of our community, this 11-hour ArchivesSpace extravaganza will include a mix of opportunities to share and learn from each other about many different aspects of ArchivesSpace.
March 18, 2019 beginning at 5:00 pm UTC, featuring a program of three 3-hour blocks with 1-hour breaks in between
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All online, with opportunities to join via computer or phone
Who Can Attend:
Anyone using or interested in using ArchivesSpace
Tips for Attendees:
We’re delighted to have over 350 people registered for at least one of the three blocks. We've put together some tips to make the event a good experience for everyone.
Code of Conduct:
Our Online Forum forum adheres to Code4Lib’s CodeofConduct4Lib. We seek to provide a welcoming, fun, and safe community experience for everyone. The full text of the code of conduct is available at: http://bit.ly/coc4lib.
all session descriptions and speaker biographies
playlist of recordings for all sessions (in progress)
Working group members:
- Jessica Crouch, University of South Carolina
- Leilani Dawson, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
- Madeline Sheldon, LYRASIS
- Mariella Soprano, California Institute of Technology
- Megan Firestone, Southwestern University
- Patrick Milhoan, University of Notre Dame
- Stephen Innes, University of Auckland
- Venkat Srinivasan, Archives, National Centre for Biological Sciences
- Christine Kim, California Digital Library
- Christine Di Bella, ArchivesSpace