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Reminder: register now for two digital archives webinars beginning tomorrow, June 18

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  • Martin Tuohy
    Dear Colleagues, Space remains for you to attend one of th is wee k s or mid-Jul y s di gital archives web inars, beginning tomorrow (Tuesday ) ev ening at
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      Dear Colleagues,

      Space remains for you to attend one of this week's or mid-July's digital archives webinars, beginning tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at Columbia College's Center for Black Music Research, and continuing Wednesday at Wheaton College
      These webinars are especially useful, informative, and quite affordable for local history librarians who are grappling with digital personal collections, museum professionals who may have to work with digital archival collections relating to objects, and students. 

      The advance registration fee is $15 for a Chicago Area Archivists member and $20 for a non-member.  Be aware that on-site registration is possible, but only by a personal check (not credit cards nor cash), for $20 for CAA members and $25 for non-members.  We highly encourage you to register in advance through the CAA website at http://www.chicagoarchivists.org/events.  Our webinars are hosted by gracious volunteers who stay late at their workplaces to provide these opportunities, so we would prefer not saddling them with additional duties to take and forward on-site payments. 

      Please feel free to share this information with colleagues or cross-post to other listservs that have subscribers in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana.

      Martin Tuohy,
      for the Professional Development Subcommittee of the Chicago Area Archivists
      http://www.chicagoarchivists.org


      -----Original Message-----
      From: Martin Tuohy
      Sent: Jun 12, 2013 10:51 PM
      To: MLS Local History group , Illinois Association of Museums listserv , Chicago Area Archivists
      Subject: register now for two digital archives webinars


      The Chicago Area Archivists group is now accepting online registration for two more Digital Archives Specialist Web seminars from the Society of American Archivists, "Information Architecture" and "Archival Content Management Systems."   Registration guidance and details can be found at http://www.chicagoarchivists.org/events. Space is limited to 15 attendees at each location.  Please note that if you wish to secure the Chicago Area Archivists membership rate for these webinars, you first must join CAA by enrolling at the "Membership" section of the website.

      The multiple locations and dates for the two webinars are listed below.

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       “Information Architecture”


      Tuesday, June 18th

      6:00 PM - 7:30 PM at Center for Black Music Research, Columbia College Chicago

      Location: 618 S. Michigan Avenue, 6th floor (Harrison and Michigan)

      Host: Laurie Lee Moses (312-369-7518/ lmoses@...)

       

      Thursday, June 20th

      6:00 PM - 7:30 PM at American College of Surgeons

      Location: 633 N. St. Clair St., 26th floor (please meet in reception area on the floor and Susan will show you through, if you arrive after 6pm please call Susan on cell 708-612-4493)

      Host: Susan Rishworth (w: 312-202-5270 c: 708-612-4493/srishworth@...)

       

      Wednesday, July 10th

      12:00 PM - 1:30 PM at Chicago State University

      Location: University Library Room 301. 9501 S. King Dr. Chicago, IL 60628

      Host: Aaisha Haykal (773-995-3843/ahaykal@...)


      About the Webinar


      How do you improve user experience of the collections and services your program delivers through the Web?

       

      In this course you’ll learn about the methods and tools developed by the Information Architecture (IA) community to support the principles of user-centered design.  Information architecture (IA) is the application of ethnographic research methods to understand the uses of a collection of information objects.  These and the users’ understanding of the information form the basis of an organizing principle for materials and their access interfaces so that we can more easily find and use what we need.

       

      Presenters will review research findings about user interaction with archives and their access interfaces in order to show the relevance of the methods of information architecture introduced during this course; participants will take part in an exercise that demonstrates application. For more information about this webinar, see the course description on the SAA website.



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      “Archival Content Management Systems”

      Wednesday, June 19th
      6:00 PM - 7:30 PM at Wheaton College
      Location: Billy Graham Center, 3rd Floor, Room 309, 500 College Ave.
      Host: David Malone (630-752-5707/ david.malone@...)

      Tuesday, July 9th
      10:00 AM - 11:30 AM at Roosevelt University
      Location: Auditorium Building at 430 S. Michigan Ave. Take the elevator to the 10th floor. Take a right out of the elevator and a right again and you’ll be in the instruction area.
      Host: Laura Mills (312-341-2280/ lmills@...)

      About the Webinar

      Are you considering implementing an archival content management system (CMS) such as Archon or Archivists’ Toolkit? Are you overwhelmed by the process of selecting the right tool for your institution? This presentation is based on the report about archival management software issued by the Council on Library and Information Resources Council on Library and Information Resources and will take you through the process of evaluating and selecting a content management system.

      This presentation includes concrete examples drawn from both open source and commercial systems. For more information about this webinar, see the course description on the SAA website.

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      Martin Tuohy for the
      Professional Development Subcommittee,
      Chicago Area Archivists

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