Editor

Kelli Roisman, Christine Mahoney, Alyssa Key

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Description

Archeota is a platform for SJSU iSchool students to contribute to the archival conversation. It is written BY students, FOR students. It provides substantive content on archival concerns and issues, and promotes career development in the field of archival studies. Archeota upholds the core values of the archival profession. It is a semiannual publication of the Student Chapter of the Society of American Archivists at the San José State University School of Information.

Volume

6

Issue

2

Publication Date

Winter 1-2021

Keywords

archives, archival studies, iSchool, student organizations, Archeota, SAASC, MLIS, Society of American Archivists, informational interview, survey, Spartans Speak on COVID-19, AMIA, Iowa Women’s Archives, Migration is Beautiful, Mujeres Latinas Project, Association of Moving Image Archivists, COVID-19

Disciplines

Archival Science | Library and Information Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Comments

Contents: Migration is Beautiful: The Mujeres Latinas Project by Alison Quirion; Informational Interview Survey Report: Advice and Insights for Aspiring Archivists by Kelli Roisman; AMIA Goes Virtual: Report from Four Days in Front of the Computer by Monica Nolan; An Unprecedented Year: Documenting the College Student Experience; Spartans Speak on COVID-19: Our Voices, Our Stories; The Armchair Tourist's Top-Ten List by Christine Mahoney.

Archeota, Fall/Winter 2020-2021

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