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The 2014 AAO Conference was held at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) in Oshawa, Ontario from May 28 to 30. It was hosted by the AAO's DRAAG Chapter

The conference theme was Party with your Archives! Enhancing Collective Memory in Times of Celebration.

2014 Conference. Party with your Archives! Enhancing Collective Memory in Times of Celebration. May 28-30.

Conference Papers

        • Archives Roadshow: The Journey of the James Bay Treaty to Northern Ontario by Paul McIlroy, Shannon Coles, Lani Wilson, Archives of Ontario 
        • Beyond the Cenotaph by Amanda Hill, Deseronto Archives
        • Durham Memorial Project and the Garrow Collection by Jennifer Weymark, Oshawa Community Museum and Archives and Flora Fung, Oshawa Central Collegiate and Vocational Institute.
        • Harnessing Photoshop: Cost Effective Mass Digitization Projects by Lare Chapman, Archives of Ontario and Winston Loui, Multicultural History Society of Ontario.
        • How to Survive a Centennial by Alysson Storey, Municipality of Chatham-Kent
        • Informative, Interesting, and Interactive: Commemoration at the Archives of Ontario by Samantha Cutrara, Archives of Ontario
        • Partying on a Budget: The Cost of Digital Commemoration by Sara Allain, University of Toronto Scarborough and Kelli Babcock, University of Toronto Libraries
        • Jubilee Years at St. Michael’s Choir School by Kate Rosser-Davies, St. Michael’s Choir School
        • Local History, World Events: Digitizing WWII air training images in Huron County by Jenna Leifso and Emily Beliveau, Huron County Museum and Historic Gaol
        • Marginalized Voices: Residential School Archives and Community Collaboration by Krista McCracken, Algoma University
        • Marking the 100th and 175th anniversaries of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto by Gillian Hearns, Archives of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
        • Oxford Remembers by Mary Gladwin, County of Oxford Archives and Patricia Phelps, Annandale National Historic Site, Tillsonburg
        • Remembering the Wars…Digitally by Laura Camilleri and Wayne Townsend, Dufferin County Museum & Archives
        • Royal Ontario Museum – Celebrating 100 Years in 2014 by Charlotte Chaffey, Royal Ontario Museum
        • Side by Side: Mennonite Stories of the First World War by Laureen Harder-Gissing, Mennonite Archives of Ontario
        • War Trophies of Canada: Paper Trail to Artifact by Alexander Comber, unaffiliated
        • 30 Moons Many Hands - Archival Commemoration in the Great Outdoors by Sean Smith, Archives of Ontario and Sarah Bonesteel, great-niece of archival subject

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