Final Week for MMDP Registration

A reminder that this is the last week of registration for the upcoming Fall 2016 MAA Workshop and Mid Michigan Digital Practitioners Meeting.

The Fall Workshop is sponsored by the Michigan Archival Association as part of MAA’s efforts to promote professional development in the archival community.

Posters are still being accepted for the Friday meeting. It’s a great opportunity to share your work with folks in the digital community from around Michigan.

From the MMDP Planning Team:
This is the final week of registration for the Fall Mid Michigan Digital Practitioners Workshop and Meeting to be held at the main Michigan State University Library in East Lansing. This event is sponsored by the Michigan Archival Association, MSU Libraries and the MSU Archives.

On Thursday, October 13 we have 2 excellent workshops scheduled. In the morning, we have “Policies & Strategies for Managing Digital Assets” led by Matt Schultz and Ranti Junus. In the afternoon, we have “XML/XSLT” led by Nicole Smeltekop and Robin Dean. More information can be found on our website, http://midmichdp.wordpress.com.

Then, on Friday, October 14, we have a full day of presentations and posters. The full agenda is available on our website.

You can register for the workshops and meeting via our form at https://goo.gl/forms/98gM5q1zAUGRaAIt1.

Watch our website for further information on parking and updates to the agenda.

Also, we are still accepting posters for this meeting. Let us know if you have one to share. (buschedw@msu.edu).

Thanks!
MMDP Planning Team

Hope to see you in East Lansing!

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