|Ideas for presentation topics for the 2022 SCA Annual General Meeting|
Want to bring a panel together for the next Society of California Archivists Annual General Meeting? Use this document to enter your ideas and to connect with like minds. The 2022 SCA AGM will be held on May 18-21 at the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel.
|Please note: all presenters are required to register for the conference.|
|Submit proposals at https://forms.gle/JYaPypY7PRdAhL9G7|
|Possible session types include:|
Panel Discussion: Open session with a panel of three to four individuals informally discussing a variety of theories or perspectives on the given topic(s).
Traditional: Open session with two to three fully prepared papers of fifteen minutes each and a comment and discussion period after the papers.
Lightning Talk: Fast-paced open session with many concise papers presented under a tight time limit, with details of the limit determined by the proposer.
Poster Presentation: A summary of your research, scholarly, or creative project in a visually engaging manner.
Alternative Format: Don’t feel confined by the prescribed formats - suggest an alternative or create your own! Sessions may take a variety of forms. We welcome your creative ideas about how your topic might best be addressed.
Length of each AGM sessions is dependent on overall proposal submissions. However, please feel free to enter in a length of time for your presentation idea.
|Description/Topic:||Type of session||How long is the session 60, 75, 90 minutes?||Your name||Your email||Enter your name and email here if interested in participating in this presentation||Notes|
|Implementing the DLF Levels of Access - using ArchivesSpace, Alma, and Aeon to create pageable containers for born digital materials||Open to different formats||60||Christina Velazquez Fidleremail@example.com|
|I am writing a paper on using the ArchivesSpace API to batch-update container records with new locations following a collections move. I would like to organize a session on tools for documenting archival collection moves or possibly a broader discussion on using the ArchivesSpace API. I also plan to write about the unique challenges associated with batch-editing different forms of archival description (i.e., using tools like the ArchivesSpace API to batch-edit finding aids and container records with minimal description vs. more detailed description).||Traditional session or possibly a lightning talk.||60?||Bo Doubfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|MLIS curricula and the redefinition of what it means to be an archivists today: Preparing the next generation of people-centered vs object centered archivists. From reparations to redescription and trauma-informed approaches in the archive. What changes in course content might we envision, and how might we get there?||Open to different formats||60 minutes? Depends on number of panelists/speakers||Kate Schlesingeremail@example.com|
|Archival Labor - Increasing problem with temporary or underclassified positions at UC and/or CSU Libraries (or more broadly--any institutions where SCA members work)||Panel or brown bag?||60 mins||Lauren McDanielfirstname.lastname@example.org|