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Articulating Accessioning

Articulating Accessioning

By Rachel Searcy, Rosemary K.J. Davis

In this webinar recording, Accessioning Archivists from NYU Libraries and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library discuss their roles and elaborate on experiences building accessioning programs at their institutions.

File: video, 60 minutes   Topics: Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress, Research Agendas

Making the Most of Unique Collections: Developing New Roles and Approaches at LSE

Making the Most of Unique Collections: Developing New Roles and Approaches at LSE

By Martin Reid, Anna Towlson

Works in Progress webinar
virtual

Watch this webinar recording to learn more about the London School of Economics and Political Science's approach to developing an integrated approach toward its collections, creating new roles to unify and lead the development and exploitation of unique and distinctive material across its collections on a thematic basis.

File: video, 61 minutes   Topics: Works in Progress, Archives and Special Collections

The OCLC RLP Special Collections and Archives Work Agenda (video)

The OCLC RLP Special Collections and Archives Work Agenda (video)

By Chela Scott Weber

In this “office hours” style webinar, Chela Scott Weber gives an overview of the Research and Learning Agenda for Archives, Special, and Distinctive Collections in Research Libraries, and hosts a conversation for RLP members to ask questions and give input on where action from the RLP is most beneficial for their institutions.

File: video, 26 minutes   Topics: Research Library Partnership, Archives and Special Collections, Works in Progress

The OCLC RLP Special Collections and Archives Work Agenda

The OCLC RLP Special Collections and Archives Work Agenda

By Chela Scott Weber

SAA Archives Records 2018 Conference
Washington, DC (USA)

OCLC Research has a long history of work in the area of archives, special, and distinctive collections in research libraries. Weber discusses the many areas of investigation we are doing in these areas and next steps for the work.

File: pptx, 2.1MB   Topics: Archives and Special Collections