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Allison-Bunnell, Jodi. Northwest Digital Archives/Northwest Archives Processing Initiative Project Description. PACSCL Conference. October 29, 2008.

Available: http://www.pacsclsurvey.org/documents/allisonbunnell/AllisonBunnellProjDesc.pdf. This presentation outline links to several other resources, including reports on NHPRC funded minimal-processing project.

 

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Bowen Maier, Shannon. 2009 RBMS Preconference: Public Services and 'Un-Hidden' Collections: What we Know and What We Need to Know 

http://rbms.info/conferences/preconfdocs/2009/2009docs.shtml#seminars  My comments dealt with the MPLP user satisfaction survey I conducted at the American Heritage Center in 2008 and a similar survey of reference archivists I conducted with Joanne Archer and Jackie Dean later that year.  The results will receive fuller treatment in an article I am working on with Mark Greene for submission this year. --sbm

 

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Cox, Robert S. “Maximal Processing, or, Archivist on a Pale Horse.” Paper presented at the Spring 2010 meeting of New England Archivists, Amherst, Massachusetts, March 19-20, 2010. PDF available at: http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/meetings/maximal_processing_cox.pdf

 

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Cox, Robert S. “Appropriate Technology and the Catablog.” Paper presented at a PACSCL event titled Something New for Something Old: Innovative Approaches to Managing Archives and Special Collections, Philadelphia, December 4-5,2008.  Available at: http://www.pacsclsurvey.org/documents/cox/CoxProjDesc.pdf

 

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Edmunson-Morton, Tiah , “Does Minimal Processing Mean Minimal Reference? A Study of
Northwest Digital Archives Users.” Paper presented in session 307, “Reference Service and Minimal
Processing: Challenges and Opportunities,” Society of American Archivists annual meeting, Chicago,
Thursday, August 30, 2007. Available as blog post at: http://temarchivalmusings.blogspot.com/2007/09/saa-2007-session-307.html.

 

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Flurbaay, Eileen and Marc Holtman. "You Ask, We Scan: The Amsterdam City Archives and the Archiefbank." Plenary at the Fall 2009 meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Jersey City, New Jersey, October 30, 2009. PPT, PDF, and MP3s (from the same presentation given at Princeton University on November 2, 2009) available at: https://webspace.princeton.edu/users/dsantam/archiefbank/City%20Archives%20of%20Amsterdam%20Presentation.xapp/index.wiki

 

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Greene, Mark and Dennis Meissner. "More Product, Less Process: Pragmatically Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late- 20th Century Collections." Paper presented at the Midwest Archives Conference, Chicago, 2005. Available at http://ahc.uwyo.edu/documents/faculty/greene/papers/Greene-Meissner.pdf

 

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Gustainus, Emily R. Novak. "Capturing Processing Metrics and Qualifying MPLP Practices." Paper presented at CLIR Hidden Collections Symposium, March 29, 2010. Slides available at: http://www.clir.org/hiddencollections/symposium20100329.html.

 

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Hyry, Tom. "More for Less in Archives: The Greene/Meissner Approach at Work at Yale." RLG Member Forum: More, Better, Faster, Cheaper: The Economics of Descriptive Practice. August 8, 2006. Available: http://www.worldcat.org/arcviewer/1/OCC/2007/08/08/0000070504/viewer/file209.pdf

 

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Light, Michelle. “The Endangerment of Trees.” Paper presented at EAD @ 10, August 31, 2008. PDF and MP3 at: http://www.archivists.org/publications/proceedings/EAD@10.asp

 

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McFarland, Colleen. “It Changed My Life: Lessons Learned from Minimal Processing." Paper presented at the Midwest Archives Conference Symposium, October 6, 2006. Available at: http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/lonearr/publications/McFarland_MPLP.doc

 

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Peterson, Christie. March 2010 New England Archivists poster: Improving MPLP with Perpetual Beta Processing. http://www.google.com/url?sa=D&q=http://docs.google.com/fileview%3Fid%3D0Bw_937ljE6myZDIzZDMyYjgtYjU2ZC00YTE2LWIyYTctZmNjYmVlYTExZTBl%26hl%3Den&usg=AFQjCNHbeDFnEdFnLnFRZcZ0aQGr92uT6A

 

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Picknally Camden, Beth. “Perpetual Beta: Thoughts on the Future of Cataloging.” Presentation at a Palinet Symposium on the future of Cataloging, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 29, 2008. Slides available at: http://staffweb.library.upenn.edu/~bethpc/PerpetualBeta0508.pdf

 

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Santamaria, Daniel. "Your Backlog is an Opportunity." Presented at the Fall 2008 meeting of Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, Silver Spring, Maryland, November 8, 2008. PPT available at: https://webspace.princeton.edu/users/dsantam/Presentations/MARAC2008.11.ppt

 

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