DeNeve Plaza Room A&B

Thursday, July 12, 2012

5:00 pm -8:00 pm

The poster session will be juried.  There will be prizes for 1st place winner and 2 honorable mentions.  The winners will have their posters exhibited at the SAA Beyond Borders Conference in August 2012.

Poster presenters should prepare a poster with dimensions of 4′ wide x 3′ high (48″ x 36″) and have a foam board backing to support its upright position.  Easels will be provided at UCLA campus.  Poster presenters will have time on Thursday July 12, between 1:00-4:30 pm to set up their poster in DeNeve Plaza Room A&B. Presenters will be required to pick up their posters promptly after 8:00 pm.  If posters are not picked up by 8:30 pm, they will be thrown away.

There are options to print posters near UCLA campus. Please contact Ellen-Rae at aeri (at) if you want to take advantage of local poster printing services.

List of Poster Presenters

  1. Jihyun Kim:   A content analysis of archival institution blogs in the U.S.
  2. Joanne Mihelcic: Review of Extensive Interdisciplinary Stakeholder Engagement during the first year of the Storyline Project
  3. Hye-Eun Lee: Developing Standards for Korean Antique Map Description.
  4. Amber Cushing: ‘Archival logic’: the identification of archival principles in maintaining digital possessions for a digital legacy
  5. Donghee Sinn: Collaborative Education between Classroom and Workplace for the
    Archival Arrangement and Description Course: Aiming for Sustainable Professional Training
  6. Jenny Bunn: Question of Autonomy in the field of Cybernetics and its Development.
  7. Elaine Goh: Strengthening the Regulatory Framework in a Digital Environment: A Review of archives Legislation
  8. Noah Lenstra: Findings from Digital Local and Family History Workshops
  9. Amalia Levi: Crossing Borders: Reconceptualizing Archives Beyond Ethnic Belongings
  10. Angela Murillo:  Examining one dataset made publically available on Dryad that examines data sharing in a Scientific Community1
  11. Alex Poole: “Digging Into Data” Projects as Case Studies to Assess Current Efforts In The Construction of Cyberinfrastructure in the Humanities and Social Sciences
  12. Lorraine Dong:  Role of record subject agency in determining how legacy institutional records are used in an archival environment
  13. Patricia Galloway: Student Management of Personal Digital Materials: A Three-Year Sample
  14. Kathryn Pierce: Practices and Processes within Architectural Firms and the Resulting Artifacts as Evidence of Knowledge Production
  15. Ciaran Trace: Report on Findings from Research Project: Augmented Processing Table: Documenting and Enhancing the Processing of Historical Collections of Cultural Material
  16. Rebecka Sheffield: Toward the Development of a Research Framework for Community-Based Archival Initiatives
  17. Rebecca Frank: Disaster Planning Activities of Several Digital Repositories
  18. Laura Wynholds: Mapping the Complex Digital and Physical artifacts that would constitute an Archive of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
  19. Jane Gruning: Viruses in the Archives
  20. Carol Brock: Creating a Strategy for Building a State Electronic Records Program
  21. Sarah Buchanan: Developing Practice-Based Research in Community Archives

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