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2019 Conference Presentations

We are very excited to provide you with access to some of the presentations from the 2019 Archives Association of Ontario Conference in Belleville, ON that took place from May 8-10, 2019. Thank you to all presenters for your outstanding contributions! 

Connecting and Engaging through Biblioboard

Presented by: Allison Brown, Museum Assistant, Craigleith Heritage Depot, The Blue Mountains Public Library


Digital Pedagogy and Residencies as Outreach Tools in the Archiving Curriculum

Presented by: Dimitrios Latsis, Ph.D., Ryerson University


Digitization, OCR, and Access: A Small Archive Cast Study

Presented by: Emma Carey, Archivist, Arnprior & McNab/ Braeside Archives



The Future of Atom

Presented by: Jeremy Heil, Queen's University Archives 



A Small Grant has a Big Impact: Digital Access Initiatives and the DHCP

Presented by: Sandra Kiemele, Archivist and Assistant General Manager, Dundas Museum & Archives

Healing and Reconciliation Through Digital Access

Presented by : Krista McCracken


Innovative Approaches to Access using Touch Technology in Public Sector Heritage Institutions

Presented by: Rebecca Murray, Acting/ Senior Research Archivist, Library and Archives Canada 


Investing in archives as a core function of library services: the John M. Kelly Library's archival team 

Presented by: Jessica Barr, University Archivist; Simon Rogers, Archivist; and James Roussain, Archivist, Outreach and Instruction

Peelarchives.com: A small blog with a large reach

Presented by: Samantha Thompson


Stop the Presses: Advocating for Ontario’s Community Newspapers

Presented by: Loren Fantin, OurDigitalWorld; Tracey Krause, Archives Association of Ontario; and Mary McIntyre, Library and Archives Canada


Tracking Down and Digitizing the Women's Institutes Tweedsmuirs: A Province-Wide Digitization and Access Project 

Presented by: Alyssa Gomori, Curator, Erland Lee Museum


 Unlocking the Vault: Archivists and Access 

Presented by: Paulette Dozois, Alexandre Camiré, Geoffrey Keelan, Marie Péron, Christine Waltham, and Lauren Butler


We are Here: Sharing Stories Indigenous Digital Access Project

Presented by: Karyne Holmes, Library and Archives Canada


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