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Friday, August 16 • 11:45am - 12:45pm
Graduate Student Poster Presentations

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Student posters highlight the research activities of graduate students in archives and records management programs, as well as projects and activities of SAA Student Chapters. Posters will be on display in the Exhibit Hall on Thursday, August 15, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm and on Friday, August 16, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Students will be present to discuss their posters with attendees on Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 pm and on Friday from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm.

  1. Representing Student Organizations in University Archives: Donor Outreach Efforts at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Morgan Elizabeth Jones, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Records in the Cloud (RiC): The Profile of Cloud Computing User
    Weimei Pan, University of British Columbia

  3. Hoarding and Its Effects on Acquisition and Appraisal: Two Case Studies from the University of Illinois Archives
    Roxanne Dunn, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  4. Shooting the Messenger: Creating Videos to Enhance Online Distance Education
    Cole Smith, University of Southern Mississippi

  5. The Role of Video Game Archives
    Liza Booker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  6. Spreading the Faith: An Analysis of Social Media and the NC Religion Digitization Project
    Jency Williams, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  7. Responses to Natural Disasters: A Look at the Effects of the 2005 Hurricane Season on Historical Repositories in Louisiana
    Jennefer Beyl and Jessica Hornbuckle, Louisiana State University

  8. Saving and Interpreting Historical Documents with the Archival Training Collaborative
    Cheylon Woods and LaToya Devezin, Louisiana State University

  9. Documenting Guantanamo and Occupy Wall Street
    Rachel Schimke, New York University

  10. Managing Third Party Privacy Through Contextual Integrity
    Ellen Hassel, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  11. The Rebirth of Jackson Barracks Military Museum and Library
    Beverly Boyko, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

  12. Provenance and Original Order in Personal Archives: Brazilian Approaches for Arrangement and Description
    Marcos Cavalheiro, São Paulo State University

  13. Digitizing the Archaeological Excavation Records of Kinet Hyk
    Irene Gates, Simmons College

  14. Archiving the Museum: Preparing a Regional Cultural Heritage Site for Transition from Physical Space to Virtual Environment
    Dorothy Berry, Indiana University

  15. A Digital Exploration of Print Culture and the Zinester Community
    Christopher Arena and Alexandra Dolan-Mescal, Queens College

  16. 16.Over a Century of Collaboration: Libraries, Archives, and Museums in the United States
    Stephanie Martin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  17. Accessing Archives for Users with Visible and Invisible Disabilities
    Danilo M. Baylen, University of Alabama

  18. Preservation of Archaeological and Zoological Research Data
    Rebecca Frank, University of Michigan

  19. Treasure Chest on the Move: Creating and Leveraging METS Records to Transfer Complex Digital Objects
    Michael J. Dobbs, The Catholic University of America

  20. SAA-UT Turns Twenty
    Megan Dirickson, University of Texas at Austin SAA Student Chapter

  21. Seduction of the Innocent: How UMBC's Special Collections Found a New Audience by Opening Up Its Little Grey Boxes
    Steve Ammidown, University of Maryland, College Park

  22. Our Bodies, Our History
    Meaghan Li, Rachel Gifford, Kasie Eckman, and Katie Cheramie, Louisiana State University

  23. Textiles as Realia: Are They Records?
    Sara DeWaay, University of Michigan

  24. Picturing the Presidents Appointment Book: White House Photographs at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library
    Joan Ilacqua and Sarah Galligan, University of Massachusetts, Boston

  25. Diving in Head First: Graduate Students as Archivists at the University of Oklahoma
    Jessie K. Hopper and Bailey Schreier, University of Oklahoma

  26. Arranging the Thunder: Processing the Papers of Atmospheric Scientist Dr. Bernard Vonnegut (1914-1997)
    Tiffany Williams, University of Albany, SUNY

  27. Describing Web Archives: Using DACS
    Nicole Greenhouse, New York University

  28. The A/P/A Documentary Heritage Project
    Janice Liao, New York University

  29. What to Do With Wikipedia: Recent Efforts at One Manuscript Library
    Kristi Krueger, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  30. Organizing Photographs in Caio Prado Junior's Personal Archive
    Giovana Faviano, University of São Paulo

  31. To Like or Not to Like: Archives, Facebook, and the Digital Frontier of Outreach
    Joshua D. Hager, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  32. Map Digitization at the University of Michigan: GIS and Historic Map
    Emily Reynolds, University of Michigan

  33. "Box 17: 43 5.25" Floppy Disks": Improving Access to Born Digital Content
    Arcadia Falcone, University of Texas at Austin

  34. Topic Modeling for Digital Collection Appraisal
    Thomas G. Padilla, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  35. Linked Jazz: Using Linked Open Data to Map Community Relationships in Archival Documents
    Sean P. Fitzell, Leanora Lange, and Carolyn Li-Madeo, Pratt Institute

  36. Developing a SAA Student Chapter for Professional Development and Networking
    Alison Wirth, University of Albany, SUNY SAA Student Chapter

  37. MPLP Versus Item Level: A User's Perspective
    Shelby Strommer, University of Michigan

  38. Audio Digitization Planning in a Small Archives
    Elliott D. Williams, University of Texas at Austin

  39. Take Ten To Tag: Archives of American Gardens' Public Tagging Initiative
    Jessica Short, University of South Carolina

  40. Organizing Workflow: The Emile de Antonio Multi-format Processing Project at the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
    Laurel Gildersleeve, Emil August Hoelter, and Kristen Hughes, University of Wisconsin

  41. What's on the Menu?
    Sarah Ann Howard, Queens College



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Speakers
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Steve Ammidown

Archivist-for-Hire
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Christopher Arena

Queens College, The City University of New York
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Danilo M. Baylen

Faculty, University of West Georgia
Technology Integration, Learning Design, Visual and Media Literacy
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Jennefer Beyl

Graduate Assistant, LSU Middleton Library
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Bev Boyko

Collections Manager, Louisiana National Guard Museum
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Marcos Cavalheiro

São Paulo State University
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Toya Devezin

Library Associate, New Orleans Public Library
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Megan Dirickson

Library Assistant II, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin
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Michael Dobbs

Archives Assistant, The Catholic University of America
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Alexandra Dolan-Mescal

Graduate Student and Institutional Archivist, CUNY Queens College
Alexandra Dolan-Mescal serves as the Special Collections Librarian at Queens College, where she received her MLS in 2013. Previously, she was the Digital Archivist for Civil Rights Collections at the school. She is also the Lab Manager for the independent Experiential Learning Lab for Digital Humanities in Archives, a loosely-organized group that works with students interested in using digital humanities tools and concepts to explore archival... Read More →
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Roxanne Dunn

Special Collections and Archives Librarian, Kent Library, Southeast Missouri State University
Roxanne Dunn joined Southeast Missouri State in 2013 after graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a master's degree in library and information science, where she also earned a master's degree in journalism. While beginning her third year as a professional archivist in an academic setting, Dunn has become experienced in developing relationships with donors and initiating acquisitions. She builds these relationships... Read More →
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Arcadia Falcone

Graduate Research Assistant, The University of Texas at Austin
I received my Master of Science in Information Studies degree with a specialization in Archives, Metadata, and Digital Collections from the University of Texas at Austin School of Information in May 2013. For the past two years, I have worked at the Harry Ransom Center, and previously worked at The Bancroft Library. In October I will begin a new position as Discovery Metadata Librarian at Yale University. I am interested in promoting access to... Read More →
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Giovana Faviano

University of São Paolo
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Sean Fitzell

Student, Pratt Institute
I'm currently working towards a MLIS at Pratt Institute with a focus on information architecture, digital humanities, knowledge management, and the creation of platforms for efficient information sharing. I've also written about jazz, film, history, and other topics for many publications.
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Rebecca Frank

Doctoral Student, University of Michigan School of Information
Research interests include: risk management, disaster response and recovery planning for digital repositories; digital preservation; trustworthy digital repositories; data reuse.
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Sarah Galligan

Archival Processing Intern, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library
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Irene Gates

Simmons College
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Laurel Gildersleeve

Assistant Archivist, Wisconsin Historical Society
I am interested in learning about other archivists' work in preservation, access, and outreach. I am particularly interested in learning how others approach working with AV and multi-format collections. Above all, I hope to contribute to the conversations at SAA and engage with new friends and colleagues. Please visit me at the SAA poster session!
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Nicole Greenhouse

Web Archives Assistant, Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
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Josh Hager

Reference Archivist, State Archives of North Carolina
Josh Hager is a Reference Archivist at the State Archives of North Carolina. He previously worked as a student assistant at North Carolina State University's Special Collections Research Center and Duke University's Rubenstein Library. He is the author of the 2014 Theodore Calvin Pease Award-Winning Paper, "To Like or Not to Like: Understanding and Maximizing the Utility of Archival Outreach on Facebook," available in the Spring 2015 issue of The... Read More →
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Emil Hoelter

University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Bailey Hoffner(Schreier)

Archivist, University of Oklahoma - Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center
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Jessie Hopper

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Oklahoma
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Jessica Hornbuckle

MILS Graduate Student, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
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Sara Howard

Queens College, The City University of New York
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Joan Ilacqua

Graduate Student/JFK Library Intern, UMass Boston
I went to the University of Puget Sound for undergrad where I studied sculpture and American history. In the last three years, I've worked and interned in a variety of museums and historic institutions all across America, including Yosemite National Park, New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Plimoth Plantation, and Gateway National Recreation Area. I'm finishing up a processing internship at the JFK... Read More →
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Lea Lange

Archivist, Center for Jewish History
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Ellen LeClere

Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Meaghan Li

Graduate Student
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Carolyn Li-Madeo

Interaction Designer, Prismatic
With an educational background in library information science and work experience in book arts and graphic design, my path to usability research and interaction design has been an unconventional one; however the needs, desires and actions of end users has always been the primary focus of my work. | | I'm always eager to explore new ways to connect library information science and IxD together, and am especially interested in how IxD can... Read More →
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Stephanie Martin

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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Thomas Padilla

Humanities Data Curator, University of California Santa Barbara
Digital Humanities, Humanities data, data curation, and data information literacy. Tacos.
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Weimei Pan

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
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Emily Reynolds

Institute of Museum and Library Services
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Rachel Schimke

New York University
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Jessica Short

Librarian/Archivist, Charleston Library Society
Archives and digital libraries!
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Cole Smith

Graduate Assistant, University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Coast
I am interested in and focusing my studies on archives, specifically in database creation and maintenance, and also in metadata organization.
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Shelby Strommer

Graduate Student, University of Michigan
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Elliot Williams

Recent grad from the University of Texas.
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Jency Williams

Student, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Cheylon Woods

Director, Ernest Gaines Center, University of Louisiana Lafayette
Cheylon Woods, Assistant Professor and Archivist/Head of Ernest J. Gaines Center, received her MLIS from LSU. She has presented at annual meetings for Society of American Archivists and worked on numerous public programs for the Alabama Department of Archives and History specializing in preservation and displaying historical documents and artifacts while participating in an IMLS fellowship under the HistoryMakers. Currently Mrs. Woods is... Read More →


Friday August 16, 2013 11:45am - 12:45pm
Hilton Exhibition Center

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