Thursday, March 23, 2006

9:00 am-12:00 Noon -- Workshop 1: Copyright: The Archivist and the Law
UNC Chapel Hill, Davis Library Room 247

Instructor: Peggy E. Hoon, J.D. Scholarly Communication Librarian and Special Assistant to Provost for Copyright Administration, North Carolina State University, and Cheryl L. Davis, J.D. TRLN Doctoral Fellow, North Carolina State University. This workshop will address basic laws for the administration of copyright in the daily archival work. The instructors will bring you up to date with the latest issues relating to intellectual property, user's rights, and the U.S. federal law for archives and manuscripts. March 23, 2006, 9:00am - 12:00 Noon 1/2 day; capacity 20. Please note: Participants will be asked to provide an email address. Prior to the workshop, the instructors will send participants a list of questions to assist them with tailoring the workshop to participants' needs.

1:30-4:30 pm -- Workshop 2: Describing Photographs in the Online Environment
UNC Chapel Hill, Davis Library Room 247

Instructor: Elizabeth Hull, Photographic Archivist, Forest History Society. This workshop will address how the Forest History Society digitizes, describes, and catalogs their photographic materials and their procedure for making them available on the Web. Participants will learn about the challenges of describing photos, best practices for online presentation, and how to identify methods for applying descriptive standards for photographs in their own collections. This is a great introductory workshop for archivists, institutions starting digitization programs, and others who plan to digitize photographs for online accessibility. March 23, 2006, 1:30pm-4:30pm 1/2 day; capacity 20. Please note: Participants will be asked to provide an email address. Prior to the workshop, the instructor will send participants a list of questions to assist them with tailoring the workshop to participants' needs.

6:00-8:00 pm -- Reception at the Arts Center Gallery
"Having His Say: Bishop Henry B. Delany"

Speaker: Margaret A. Hurst, J.D. M.A. Candidate, Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. The reception will be held at the Arts Center located at 300-G East Main Street in Carrboro, NC. There is no charge for the reception if you register for Friday's meeting. If you would like to bring a guest to the reception or to register separately for the reception, the cost is $5 per person. Mama Dip's Kitchen will cater the reception. To learn more about the Arts Center visit www.artscenterlive.org or call 919-929-2787.

 

Friday, March 24, 2006

8:30-9:00 am -- Registration & Coffee, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

9:00-9:15 am -- Welcome & First Door Prize, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

9:15-10:30 am -- Panel Session I: Beyond Books and Buildings, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

10:30 am-10:45 am -- Break & Door Prize, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

10:45 am-11:45 am -- Opening Plenary: The Southern Past: A Clash of Race and Memory, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

Speaker: Dr. W. Fitzhugh Brundage, William B. Umstead Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies, UNC Chapel Hill

11:45 am-1:30 pm -- Business Meeting/Awards/Buffet Lunch, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

1:30 pm-2:15 pm -- Lecture: "Preservation and Digitization: Following a Paper Trail into the Bitstream", Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

2:15 pm-2:25 pm -- Break & Door Prize, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

2:25 pm-3:40 pm -- Panel Session II Concurrent

3:40 pm -3:55 pm -- Break & Door Prize, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall

3:55 pm-4:10 pm -- Closing Remarks, Century Carrboro Center, Century Hall