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Four articles in AI 37:2 cover a wide range of professional topics including ethics, education, university records management, and opportunities for archival outreach in the digital era.
Elizabeth Joffrion (Western Washington University) and Lexie Tom (Northwest Indian College) analyze two decades of collaboration between the University Library’s special collections and the Lummi Nation.
JoyEllen Freeman (Kennesaw State University) reports on the Archive-It K–12 Web Archiving Program, a partnership between the Library of Congress and the Internet Archive’s Archive-It.
Cliff Hight and James W. Smith (both Kansas State University) used a pilot records survey project in the Office of the Provost to reinvigorate records and information management efforts in their University Archives.
Jacquelyn Slater Reese, University of Oklahoma Libraries, draws technical and managerial lessons from a grant funded crowdsourcing transcription project.
Ten book reviews round out AI 37:2.
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