Appraisal and acquisition : innovative practices for archives and special collections / edited by Kate Theimer.

Title: 
Appraisal and acquisition : innovative practices for archives and special collections / edited by Kate Theimer.

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Description: 
xii, 185 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Other Authors: 
Theimer, Kate, 1966- editor.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
145303
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Notes: 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: 
"No fame required": collaboration, community, and the Georgia LGBTQ Archives Project / Morna Gerrard, Georgia State University --
Placed out: providing a home for the records of the Children's Aid Society and the orphan trains / Maurita Baldock, New-York Historical Society --
"I really can't wait to archive this exchange": exploring processing as appraisal in the Tim Kaine eMail Project / Benjamin S. Bromley, Roger Christman, and Susan Gray Eakin Page, Library of Virginia --
Hardware for softpoems: appraisal and acquisition of vintage computer equipment / Will Hansen and Matthew Farrell, Duke University --
From projects to policy: the evolution of a systematic reappraisal program / Tina Lloyd, Library and Archives Canada --
Terabytes from far-off lands: acquiring records of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program / Jane Gorjevsky and Dina Sokolova, Columbia University --
So much to do, so little time: prioritizing to acquire significant university records / Laura Uglean Jackson, University of Wyoming --
The Studio Theatre Archives: staging an embedded appraisal / Leahkim A. Gannett, Vincent J. Novara, Kelly J. Smith, and Mary Crauderueff, University of Maryland --
Making the bulb want to change: implementing an active electronic records appraisal and acquisition program / Brad Houston, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee --
Weaving the web of influence: maximizing archival appraisal and acquisition through the use of "spider advocates" / Shelley Sweeney, University of Manitoba --
Reappraisal and deaccessioning: building for the future by removing some of the past / James Gerencser, Dickinson College --
Tap into history: the birth of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives / Tiah Edmunson-Morton, Oregon State University.
ISBN: 
9781442249530
1442249536
9781442238541
1442238542
9781442238558
Series: 
Innovative practices for archives and special collections.
Innovative practices for archives and special collections