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Category Archives: Best Archives on the Web awards
Two new SAA awards–Emerging Leader and Archival Innovator–I know you know some people/projects who qualify
This year SAA has two brand new awards that I’m very excited about because I think they provide an effective upgrade and replacement for the two awards I’ve sponsored on this blog, the Best Archives on the Web and Movers … Continue reading
And lastly, we focus on the winners of the Most Innovative Archives on the Web category of the Best Archives on the Web awards. Winner: The Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin, Rich Media: … Continue reading
And now to highlight the winners of the Best Archives on the Web awards in the category Best Re-Purposing of Descriptive Data. As stated in the call for nominations: This award was inspired by the efforts of many archives to … Continue reading
At long last, I’m happy to announce the winners of this year’s Best Archives on the Web Awards. Best re-purposing of descriptive data Winner: The Smithsonian Institution, Collections Search Center Winner: City of Burnaby Archives, Charting Change: An Interactive Atlas … Continue reading
Yes, it’s time for another competition, and this year’s Best Archives on the Web awards features all new categories designed to highlight innovation. This year’s categories are: Best re-purposing of descriptive data This award is inspired by the efforts of … Continue reading
Last Friday Ellen Fleurbaay and Marc Holtman of the Amsterdam City Archives gave an incredible presentation about their new approach to scanning. With their permission, I’ve posted their slides here and you can see more information on the “DVD extras” … Continue reading
As mentioned previously, the website for the Archives of American Art received an Honorable Mention in this year’s Best Archives on the Web Awards, just as it had the year before. However, even though they didn’t quite make the cut, … Continue reading