SLIS Student Presentations 

 

A SLIS student presents at the annual LAMA meetingOver the past year, several SLIS students presented their research at regional, national and international conferences. Students are eligible to apply for SLIS and graduate school travel grants to present at conferences, and many have received funding in the past three years. The following students made presentations during 2018:

David Johnson, “The History of Olean, New York, and the Creation of the Olean Historical and Preservation Society Digital Archive,” Poster Presentation, Society of American Archivists, Washington, D.C., 2018.
Marisol Moreno Ortiz, “The Diverse Workforce.” Internet Librarian International (ILI) Conference, London, 2018.
Andrew Mullins, “LGBTQ Archives in New Orleans,” Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association, 2018.
Andrew Mullins, “Supporting Scientific Research in Louisiana Historical Archives,” Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association, 2018.
Catherine Sampson, “Preservation of Glass Plate Negatives.” Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association, 2018.
Benjamin Schexnayder, “The Recovering of Illegible Antiquity Manuscripts: Palimpsests and Charred Scrolls.” Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association, 2018.
Erin Voisin, “Archives and Outreach: Nurturing Community Engagement through Shared Perspectives.” Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association, 2018.
Natalie Worsham, “To Scan or Not to Scan: Digitization in the Archives.” Louisiana Archives and Manuscript Association, 2018.

 

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