We’ll be out of the office at the end of this week, April 7-9 for the Annual General Meeting of the Society of California Archivists.
It’s a Northern California year, archivists from across California will be gathering in Santa Rosa for three days of tours, workshops and sessions.
Highlights include a workshop and case study presentations on Stanford’s ePADD email processing project, a lunchtime talk on San Francisco street food, and especially pertinent for us a plenary address by Sonoma State history professor Michelle Jolly on connecting the current generation of students with an awareness of archives and primary sources.
Local institutions opening their doors for tours include Sonoma State University Special Collections, Santa Rosa Junior College Archives and the Charles Schulz Museum
We’re looking forward to learning and sharing a lot, we’ll be back on Monday, April 11.