Category Archives: archival studies

Community Collecting Project Presented at AHC

Yesterday Robin Hilll, Instructional Computing Services Coordinator for the Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning, spoke to a group of University of Wyoming archivists and librarians about an online community collecting project supported by Oxford University.  This program, RunCoCo, enables … Continue reading

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Archives in the Digital Age

Archivists from around the world are today informally participating in a “Day of Digital Archives,” designed “to raise awareness of digital archives among both users and managers. By collectively documenting what we do, we will be answering questions like: What … Continue reading

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AHC Case Study Published in Recent American Archivist

The most recent issue of the American Archivist includes a case study by two AHC archivists, D. Claudia Thompson and Laura Uglean Jackson.  “But You Promised: A Case Study of Deaccessioning at the American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming” discusses … Continue reading

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