Tansey’s paper, titled “When All the Finding Aids Exist Only in Binders: Implementing Archon the Quick and Dirty Way,” was featured in a conference session on working with technology and digital collections.
Mary Trice worked in the corporate world “for years and years” as a highly skilled database designer and software developer. As much as she enjoys information technology, she found that her job could often be isolating.
Susan Gehr has long worked to help document and revitalize the Karuk language, collecting more than a decade’s worth of notes and recordings of the northern California tribal language.
Allison Ruth realized that her true calling might be librarianship when she spent more time doing research than actual studio art while pursing her Master of Fine Arts degree.