Annual Conference Materials: Archives & Special Collections

View or download Powerpoint slides, PDF files, handouts, video, and other materials from past annual conference presentations.

 

 

Creating Metadata for Rare and Archival Materials: Standards and Practice (Cincinnati 2016: Beth Iseminger, Nancy Lorimer, Elizabeth Surles, Maristella Feustle, Elizabeth Hobart)
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Safeguarding the Past of the Future: Digital Preservation Issues and Practices (Cincinnati 2016: Susan Malsbury, Jonathan Manton, Maristella Feustle)
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Sounds of Stanford and the Bay Area: Embedding the Stanford Digital Repository into teaching and learning (Cincinnati 2016: Best of Chapters Award: Jonathan Manton)

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Tell Me Something Good: Oral History Best Practices for Music Librarians (Cincinnati 2016: Anne Rhodes, Andy Leach, Krista White)
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American Vernacular Music Manuscripts, ca. 1730-1910: Collections from the Center for Popular Music and the American Antiquarian Society (Denver 2015: Grover Baker, Drew Beisswenger)

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Contemporary Music Special Collections (Denver 2015: Elizabeth Hogue, Matthew Ertz, Greg MacAyeal)

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The Dennis Condon Collection of Reproducing Pianos and Rolls (Denver 2015: Jonathan Manton, Jerry McBride)

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Discovering Lev Aronson: Preserving the Past and Looking Toward the Future with Digital Special Collections (Denver 2015: Sonia Archer-Capuzzo)

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The Grawemeyer Collection at the University of Louisville (Denver 2015: Matt Ertz)

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Taking a Bite out of John Cage (Denver 2015: Greg MacAyeal)

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Web Archiving for Music History (Denver 2015: Kent Underwood, Robin Preiss)

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