Documentary Heritage Program Workshops
Determining Historical Value Workshop
CDLC’s Documentary Heritage Program (DHP) is offering this workshop
- When: Thursday, June 27, 2013, 9:30 am-12:30 pm
- Where: CDLC, 28 Essex St, Albany, NY 12206
- Fee: $10.00
- Presenter: Susan Hughes, Processing Archivist, Syracuse University
Description: Learn to identify, appraise and select manuscripts and records of historical value for your collection. Participants will also discover how to assess the historical significance of records currently in their collections and identify their research potential for patrons. Terminology, concepts and standards used by archivists will be discussed.
About the Presenter: Susan M. Hughes is Processing Archivist with Syracuse University Archives. She holds an MA in History with a Public History concentration. With over 25 years’ experience in the archival profession, she has also conducted oral histories, supervised a preservation microfilming program, consulted for various local governments and historical organizations and was Regional Archivist for the Documentary Heritage Program in Central New York. Susan is a trustee emerita of the Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse.
To register for this workshop send the form below and your check for $10 (made out to CDLC) to Susan D'Entremont, Regional Archivist, CDLC, 28 Essex Street, Albany, NY 12206. Registration deadline is Monday, June 24, 2013.
See http://www.cdlc.org/About_CDLC/directions.shtml for directions to CDLC.
This program is sponsored by the Capital District Library Council and supported in part by Documentary Heritage Program (DHP) funds provided by the New York State Archives, State Education Department.
Please contact Susan D'Entremont at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the DHP email list. All DHP workshops are advertised on the email list.