ATALM Presentations available

We have good news! The narrated presentations of nineteen sessions recorded at the 2019 Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) Annual Conference, held in Temecula, California, are now available on the Sustainable Heritage Network. Each of these sessions were included in the conference’s Professional Development Certificate program and correlate with either the Library Services and Programs Certificate or the Language Preservation and Revitalization Certificate.

We are pleased to share these ATALM sessions from forty-two experts working in archives, libraries, and museums across the United States. This new set of resources covers language documentation, grant writing and reporting, international collaborations, digital records management, photo digitization, or community engagement, and more. If you were not able to attend one of these ATALM sessions or would like a refresher, visit this collection on the SHN:

Please note that Professional Development Certificate sessions are organized by their respective focus under the “In this Collection” box in the page linked above.

Thanks to all the session leaders!

Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and MuseumsInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesSIL InternationalLittle Big Horn College Library/ ArchivesAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesNortheast Document Conservation CenterHuna Heritage FoundationNational Endowment For HumanitiesNational Endowment for the ArtsNational Park ServiceZiibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and LifewaysNational Native American Boarding School Healing CoalitionSherman Indian MuseumNorthern Arizona UniversityUBC Museum Of AnthropologyIndigenous Library Services, University of ManitobaQuapaw Tribal LibraryHennepin County LibraryMinnesota Department of EducationHistorypinSustainable MuseumsSaginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Tribal OperationsUniversity of Alaska Fairbanks Rasmuson LibraryAlaska State LibraryMontana Historical SocietyCatawba Cultural CenterCenter for Digital Scholarship and Curation

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