[Michlib-l] WORKSHOP: Creating Online Finding Aids and Reference Tools for Your Collections

Larry J. Wagenaar wagenaar at hsmichigan.org
Fri Oct 18 09:26:14 EDT 2013


Creating Online Finding Aids and Reference Tools for Your Collections

Friday, October 25

 

Presenter: Alexis Braun Marks, Archivist, Eastern Michigan University 

 

As part of its 2013 History Skills Workshop Series, the Historical Society
of Michigan presents, "Creating Online Finding Aids and Reference Tools for
Your Collections," with Eastern University Archivist, Alexis Braun Marks.
Creating effective find aids and reference tools can be a real struggle for
organizations that do not have trained archivists on staff. This workshop
will cover standard formats and best practices for developing these
important tools. It will also examine options for making these tools
available online.

 

The workshop is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon at the HSM Office at 5815
Executive Dr., Lansing, Michigan. Registration is $39 for members of-or
those representing a member organization of-the Historical Society of
Michigan. For non-members, registration is $79 and includes a one-year HSM
membership. 

 

Refreshments and materials are included with your registration.

 

For more information or to register, please call (517) 324-1828 or visit
www.hsmichigan.org/programs/workshops . 

 

The History Skills Workshops Series is hosted by the Historical Society of
Michigan, the oldest cultural organization in Michigan. The Society, which
was founded in 1828 by territorial governor Lewis Cass and explorer Henry
Schoolcraft, focuses on five major mission areas: publications, conferences,
education, awards and recognition programs, and support for local historical
organizations. For more information on Society programs, visit
www.hsmichigan.org .

 

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