The 2022 Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI) will be held virtually from 11 – 15 July 2022.
AERI Week 2022 includes working board plenary, keynotes, poster, short presentations, panels, networking sessions and workshops from across the world contributed by members of the AERI community. Click here for a link to the Virtual AERI 2022 Program.
Presenters have been asked to share their session accessibility details and whether their session will be recorded. Find out more information and links to view the Program via AERI 2022 Accessibility or AERI 2022 Recordings.
Please note that all times are displayed in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) and each session will have its own registration procedure located in the individual event page. Click through to each event to register (links will be added over the coming weeks) and receive the video conference (Zoom) information and for help converting to/from your local time.
For access to the poster session, as well as the chance to watch talks and sessions happening out-of-sync with your time zone, check out the AERI YouTube channel.
AERI 2022 is again providing a mentorship program, where mentors and mentees meet during the week of AERI. If you are interested in being mentored, please view the list of available mentors and complete the expression of interest form.
Thank you to everyone who has supported Virtual AERI 2022.
Virtual AERI 2022 Program Committee
- Gracen Brilmyer, Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies, McGill University
- Adam Kriesberg, Assistant Professor, Simmons University School of Library and Information Science
- Nicola Laurent, Senior Project Archivist, University of Melbourne
- Allan A. Martell, Postdoctoral Researcher. School of Library and Information Science, Louisiana State University
- Jinfang Niu, Associate Professor, School of Information, University of South Florida
- Anna Robinson-Sweet, PhD student, Information Studies, University of California Los Angeles
- Zeljko Trbusic, PhD Candidate, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- Kirsten Wright, Program Manager, Find & Connect web resource, University of Melbourne