Although I haven’t posted for quite some time, I’ve been very active with e-records issues lately. In particular, I would like to note that I developed a course for SAA’s Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) curriculum: Arranging and Describing Electronic Records. I have taught the course four times now; three times as a one day course and most recently as a two day course at the University of Texas Arlington. Each time I have taught the course, it has seen full registration, which has made for lively and informative discussions.
In one sense, the content of the course summarizes much of what I set out to learn and communicate during the the sabbatical project that gave rise to this blog.
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Just browsed thru SAA/NAGARA/COSA program. . . can someone please tell me why only four of sixty-five sessions directly address electronic records issues but the Europeans had an entire conference devoted solely to that topic?