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    • November 05, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • San Francisco Public Library, Main Library, Latino/Hispanic Room (Lower Level)
    • 1
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    ArchivesSpace Digital Objects Workshop

    Monday, November 5, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    San Francisco Public Library, Main Library, Latino/Hispanic Room (Lower Level)

    Instructor

    Nancy Enneking received her MLIS from UT Austin and is currently the Head of Institutional Records and Digital Stewardship at the Getty Research Institute in the J. Paul Getty Trust.  She helped found, and has responsibility for, all records management and institutional archives functions for each of the Getty's four operating programs, the Conservation Institute, Foundation, Museum (both Center and Villa sites), Research Institute, and for the overarching Trust Administration. She also serves as an ex-officio member of the ArchivesSpace User Advisory Council Reports Team, as an ArchivesSpace trainer, and on the California Historical Records Advisory Board.  Prior to her arrival at Getty in 2004, she spent 5 years with the Texas State Archives and previously worked in several university archives. 

    Workshop description:

    This full-day workshop, co-sponsored by the Society of California Archivists and ArchivesSpace, will provide a practical introduction to the ArchivesSpace Digital Objects module, which is used to describe and provide metadata encoding for digital objects that are accessible online. Upon completing the course, students will have a working knowledge of the following areas:

    • The functional scope of the Digital Objects module;
    • How ArchivesSpace might be used in tandem with external digital asset management systems;
    • How to model, create, and update simple and complex Digital Object records;
    • How to link and relate Digital Object records to Resource and Accession records;
    • How to generate Digital Object metadata exports in standardized formats (MODS, METS, and Dublin Core);
    • How to apply the content standard DACS to determine the kind and form of data recorded in a Digital Object record.

    During this participatory workshop, students will complete a series of practical exercises, and participate in group discussions about case studies from their own and other institutions related to managing digital files, multi-application workflows, and system integrations. Students are strongly encouraged to bring their own laptops (and share them) since the venue will not be supplying computers. An online workbook will be provided.  

    Who should attend:

    This workshop is ideal for anyone who has a basic familiarity with ArchivesSpace and would like to learn more about the Digital Objects module.

    The workshop is limited to 25 participants so please register as soon as possible to secure your spot.

    Registration open until October 23, 2018.

    The Walter P. Gray III Education Endowment Fund Scholarship offers funds up to $500 for registration and travel to SCA workshops. Submit an application form, including a proposed budget to Marie Silva (msilva@calhist.org). Application forms and additional information are available here.

    • Questions about your membership? Contact Christy Horton
    • Questions about Registration? Contact Marie Silva.
    • Problems with your credit card payment? Need to request a refund involving credit card or PayPal? Contact Liz Phillips.
    • November 15, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Brand Library & Art Center, Glendale
    • 20
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    Practical Coding for Archivists

    Thursday, November 15, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Brand Library & Art Center

    Instructor:

    Noah Geraci currently works at the UC Riverside Library as Digital Assets Metadata Librarian, supporting description, management and access to digitized archival collections. Noah has previously worked at the LA Metro Archives and UCLA’s Digital Library Program, and received his MLIS from UCLA.

    Workshop description:

    This full-day workshop will provide an approachable introduction to the ways that basic programming skills can help you more efficiently tackle common archival tasks. Attendees will come away with new skills and ideas on how to apply them to tasks such as data cleanup and renaming files in bulk, as well as knowledge of resources and strategies for continued learning about coding in an archives context.

    Upon completing the course, students will have a basic knowledge of the following:

    • Regular expressions
    • Unix shell
    • Python
    • And how these three useful computing tools can help simplify your work as an archivist!

    Students are required to bring their own laptops with a Windows, Mac, or Linux operating system (not a tablet, Chromebook, etc.) that they have the ability to install software on.

    Who should attend:

    This workshop is ideal for anyone interested in learning how to automate common archival work tasks through utilizing basic programming skills.

    The workshop is limited to 20 participants so please register as soon as possible to secure your spot.

    Registration open until November 2, 2018.

    The Walter P. Gray III Education Endowment Fund Scholarship offers funds up to $500 for registration and travel to SCA workshops. Submit an application form, including a proposed budget to Mallory Furnier (mallory.furnier@csun.edu). Application forms and additional information are available here.

    • Questions about your membership? Contact Christy Horton
    • Questions about Registration? Contact Mallory Furnier.
    • Problems with your credit card payment? Need to request a refund involving credit card or PayPal? Contact Liz Phillips.
    • April 24, 2019
    • April 27, 2019
    • Long Beach, CA

    Learn more about SCA 2019 AGM here.

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