Join us for this year's Social at Winthrop University Archives. They've moved into a new location and are ready to show it off! We'll go on a tour of the facility, then enjoy light refreshments and a chance to mingle.
Date: June 8, 2012
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Winthrop University Archives, 700 Cherry Road, Rock Hill, SC
Cost: $15.00 for SCAA members, non-members and guests; $10.00 for students
Parking and map info: http://www2.winthrop.edu/dacus/about/Archives/generalinfo.htm
Register by: June 6, 2012
Enjoy articles about May Day, the Rosenwald School project and member achievements, plus review past events and find out about upcoming events in the Spring SCAAzette.
Online registration for the 2011 SCAA Fall Conference, Bridging the Gap, is now open. Click here or visit the events page for the registration link. We'll see you there!
In order to better understand the way technology is used in the South Carolina archival community and to gather suggestions on what type of training and information sessions we can offer in the future, we invite everyone to take this survey.
We encourage everyone to participate, regardless of whether a co-worker has already filled it out as we are looking for individual responses, not institutional responses.
Anniversaries are significant milestones in our lives and in the lives of our organizations. They are times to celebrate, reflect, and look forward. SAA has one of those big milestones this year – our Diamond Jubilee – marking 75 years of supporting, promoting, and advocating for the archives profession. So let’s get together and celebrate!
At ARCHIVES 360˚ you’ll have a chance to experience SAA’s hometown with colleagues from across the country (and around the world) who share your interests, your concerns, your on-the-job challenges. It’s the perfect opportunity to benefit from our diversity of ideas, methods, and experience – and it’s our chance to learn from you.
If you’ve attended SAA Annual Meetings before, you know the excitement that comes from hearing about innovative approaches to archival activities, from exploring new ideas, and from meeting colleagues and renewing friendships. If you’ve never attended an Annual Meeting – or haven’t joined us in recent years – you’ll find a broad array of opportunities to learn, explore, collaborate, and celebrate the world of archives, including:
- In-depth pre-conference workshops and provocative plenary sessions that give you direct access to experts in the field and voices from beyond our professional circles.
- Exciting program sessions (choose from 70 of them!) that deliver the latest ideas and techniques in an environment in which you’ll feel comfortable asking questions. In honor of our 75th Anniversary, one program track will provide perspectives on SAA’s past – and its future! (See complete session descriptions at: www.archivists.org/conference.)
Section and roundtable meetings that put you in touch with colleagues who share your specific interests and concerns.
The THINK BIG! Expo, which provides an unparalleled opportunity to talk with our industry partners, express your ideas and opinions, and learn what’s new in the field. (Many thanks to our preliminary program advertisers: Atlas Systems, Cuadra Associates, Eloquent Systems, Gaylord Brothers, Hollinger Metal Edge, Northeast Document Conservation Center, and Selago Design. See the full preliminary program at: www.archivists.org/conference.)
And because we don’t believe in “all work and no play,” the Host Committee has lined up a wonderful itinerary of repository tours, open houses, and on-your-own explorations and the All-Attendee Reception will celebrate SAA’s Diamond Jubilee in one of Chicago’s landmark venues!
Whether you’re an experienced archives professional, a newcomer to the field, or somewhere in between, you’re sure to find ARCHIVES 360˚ to be a rewarding and intellectually stimulating experience. I look forward to celebrating our past, present, and future with you in Chicago!
Helen R. Tibbo
SAA President, 2010-2011
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