The Fall 2016 Ohio Archivist is now available. Although it wasn’t the initial plan, this issue in many ways focuses on student archivists and new professionals. Feature articles by Madeleine Fix and Kelly Francis-Love discuss a student capstone project and an internship respectively. In Newcomers, Christine Schmid Engels “rethinks” the role of interns and volunteers. Also in this issue, Dan Noonan’s DiGITaL article sheds light on the ten year history of the SAA Research Forum. In addition, you’ll read about the goings-on of SOA members and member institutions, Ohio grant information, and as usual, a recap of our annual meeting and the announcement for the coming fall meeting. Check it out here or here!
The Ohio Archivist Spring 2016 edition is now available for download on the SOA’s website and at issu.com. The Spring issue debuts an exciting new design format thanks to our friends at the Ohio History Connection and as usual contains many interesting pieces. Look for SOA’s Annual Meeting announcement, a recap of the Fall meeting, candidates’ statements for the upcoming SOA elections, feature articles on the National Coalition for History and OhioDIG, a Newcomers article, Daniel Noonan’s DiGITaL column, archives news from around the state, and much more.
The Fall 2015 issue of the SOA’s newsletter, The Ohio Archivist is now available for download on the SOA’s website and at Issuu.com. In it find reviews of the 2015 Annual Meeting, a description of the upcoming Fall Meeting, SOA elections, archives news from around the state, and great pieces on internships, post-custodial theory, and the SOA’s Cuba Project of the 1990s.
The Spring 2015 issue of the SOA’s newsletter, The Ohio Archivist is now available for download from the SOA Newsletter website and at Issuu.com
In it there are some great pieces on encryption, handling hazardous materials in archival collections, and of course all the news from around the state. Also, be sure to check out the brand new recurring article called “Newcomers” edited by Stephanie Bricking which deals specifically with students and young professionals.
The Fall 2014 issue of the Society’s newsletter, the Ohio Archivist, is now available for download from this site and issuu.
Articles and news items include: “‘History’s First Draft’ Online: NDNP in Ohio” by Jenni Salamon, “What is Your Personal Digital ‘Ecosystem’?” by Daniel Noonan, News & Notes, Ohio Grant News, Annual Meeting Summary, Archives Month, Fall Meeting, Merit Awards, National History Day in Ohio Awards, and the New Professional and Student Conference Scholarship Award essays.