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Saturday, August 16 • 8:30am - 9:45am
SESSION 607 - Graduate Student Paper Presentations

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This session features the diverse research interests of three exceptional emerging professionals, whose papers were chosen from a competitive pool of student submissions. Adam Kriesberg examines the recent expansion of public-private partnerships involving U.S. state archives and their effects on citizens’ access to digitized materials. Cindy Taylor explores the collecting practices of Virginia Woolf and investigates whether Woolf’s experiences persist for contemporary writers and scholars. Marissa Mason discusses her work as a library assistant for the New York State Court of Appeals to develop Court-PASS, the Court's Public Access and Search System, with a particular focus on accessibility and privacy concerns.

Kriesberg: State Archives and the Private Sector: Exploring Public-Private Partnerships
Mason: The Court-PASS Project: Balancing Access with Privacy in an Online Court Records System
Taylor: “Some Methodical Person”: Querying Virginia Woolf’s Self-Archival Practices in Three Guineas

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Timothy Arnold

Information Manager, Ramboll Environ
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Adam Kriesberg

Doctoral Student, University of Michigan
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Marissa K. Mason

Senior Law Library Assistant, New York State Court of Appeals
I will graduate in August 2014 with my MSIS from the University at Albany with a specialization in Archives and Records Management. Talk to me about law libraries and archives, and public access to government information. I will also be discussing these topics in the graduate student... Read More →

Cindy Taylor

Grad Student, The University of Texas at Austin
Hello! I am a Graduate Student in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, with an emphasis in archival studies. My academic interests include issues of access and representation, visual rhetoric, and humanities archives. I volunteer for the Harry Ransom Center... Read More →

Saturday August 16, 2014 8:30am - 9:45am
Virginia AB [Lobby Level] Marriott Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, DC 20008

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