SAA Webinar "Standards for Digital Archives" - Chicago State University

  • 21 Mar 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Chicago State University, 9501 S. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive, Main Library, Third Floor, Room 301

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Space is limited to 20 participants.

On-site registration: CAA members: $20 / Non-members: $25
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Join us for "Standards for Digital Archives," a SAA Digital Archives Specialist course.

About the Web Seminar

Do you know the most important standards a digital archivist needs to know?  What are the options, which ones apply to your work, what are the benefits, and what is practical for your particular situation?

Get started with this foundation on standards as a stepping stone to courses that focus and discuss in more detail specific standards for particular archival functions and the applications of those standards, including accession, arrangement and description, access, and outreach.

For more information about this webinar, see the course description on the SAA website

Questions?

Contact host Aaisha Haykal, 773-995-3843

Or info@chicagoarchivists.org

Location

Chicago State University, 9501 S. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive, Main Library, Third Floor, Room 301 (next to Archives and Special Collections)

Chicago State University is located just north of Interstate 94 and northeast of Interstate 57, one-half mile west of the beginning of the Dan Ryan Expressway. The library is located at 95th Street and St. Lawrence and is adjacent to the CTA bus driveway. The Academic Library Building is the second building to the west/southwest of Metra Electric District’s 95th Street station. A map of the library’s location is available at http://library.csu.edu/maps/location.html.

Parking is available on Chicago State University’s campus for a $5 parking fee (CASH ONLY). Parking lot entrances are at 99th Place and Martin Luther King, Dr., Drive, and at 95th Street and St. Lawrence Avenue.

Maps and Directions

http://www.csu.edu/locator/

Public Transit

From downtown Chicago:

Bus #3 and #4 will drop you in the CTA bus driveway

CTA Train: Take the Red Line to 95th and take either the 95E or the 111E to 9th and St. Lawrence (http://www.transitchicago.com/default.aspx)

Metra Electric District trains operate from Millennium Station (below Randolph Street at Michigan Avenue), Van Buren Street Station, Museum Campus/11th Street, and all South Side stations directly to Chicago State University with 30 minutes travel time from downtown.

Metra Map

Train 601 departs downtown at 4:48 PM and arrives at Chicago State at 5:19 PM. Train 603 departs downtown at 5:21 PM and arrives at 5:51 PM. Train fare is $4.25 one-way, or $8.25 round-trip. (Note: May be a flag stop depending on which train you take)

By public transit from the southern suburbs: Metra Electric District train 237 departs Blue Island at 5:37 PM and arrives at Chicago State at 5:58 PM only as a flag stop.  You must notify the conductor in advance that you wish to stop at 95thStreet, or the train will not stop. Plan your return trip using the schedule at http://www.metrarail.com.

By public transit from Indiana: South Shore Line (NICTD) train 218 departs Gary Metro Station at 4:34 PM and stops to let off passengers at 57th Street Station at 5:19 PM.  Indiana attendees will need to board northbound Metra Electric train 603 at 57th Street at 5:36, to arrive at 95th Street at 5:51 PM. See http://www.nictd.com and http://www.metrarail.com for schedules and fares.

Car

  • From the far north, using Lake Shore Drive (41) south to connect to the Dan Ryan Expressway and at 95th Street, and take left Exit 62.
  • From the southeast, southbound on Lake Shore Drive, Jeffery Boulevard south to 95th Street and west to St. Lawrence Avenue.
  • From the south, I-57 north to Halsted exit. North on Halsted to 95th Street and east to 95th and King Drive.
  • From the west, Eisenhower Expressway (290), east to connect to the Dan Ryan Expressway and at 95th Street, and take Exit 62.

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This webinar is sponsored by the Chicago Area Archivists (CAA). CAA is offering a series of webinars from the Society of American Archivists’ Digital Archives Specialist curriculum.

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