Library and Information Science Students to Present at Conference

Six students from The Catholic University of America Library and Information Science program have been selected to present posters at the upcoming Society of American Archivists conference in Washington, DC.  The posters highlight research activities, projects and records management programs the students have worked on.  The students present their posters August 14 and 15 and discuss them with conference attendees.  Topics the CUA students are presenting:

  • J. Michelle Datiles, Searches in Sinai: The Romain F. Butin 1930 Harvard-CUA Expedition to Serabit-el-Khadim Collection
  • Joseph Koivisto, Project Andvari: Facilitating Access to Disparate Digital Collections of the Medieval Material Culture of Northern Europe through Interdisciplinary Collaboration
  • Chloe Raub, Wikipedia loves academic archives! Improving Access to College and University Archival Collections through the GLAM-Wiki Initiative
  • Mike Saelee and Steven Salas, The Franciscan Monastery Visual Collection: Strengthening User-Community Engagement Through Digital Preservation and Access
  • Sharad Shah, Historic Postcards of Virginia: A Collaboration between CUA and the Arlington Public Library’s Center for Local History
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