Mailing List Message #114145
From: Diane Goldenberg-Hart <>
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Subject: Video: Social Networks and Archival Context
Date: Tue, 26 May 2015 15:00:00 -0400
Social Networks and Archival Context (SNAC) is addressing the longstanding research challenge of discovering, locating, and using distributed historical records that researchers use as primary evidence for understanding the lives and work of historical persons and the events in which they participated. In this presentation from CNI's spring 2015 meeting, Daniel Pitti (UVa) and Brian Tingle (U. of California) describe how SNAC will be transitioned from a research and development project to an ongoing, cooperative program.

Social Networks and Archival Context: From R&D to Cooperative Program is now available online:

Previously-released video from this meeting:
-Big Screen: Hands-on Immersive Environments Designed for Student and Faculty Collaboration (Sinclair, Hurley, Sexton)

-Managing Public Video Walls in an Academic Library (Sadler, Nutt, Reaume)

-Realizing the Potential of Research Data (Carole Palmer, University of Washington)

-Providing Universal Access to Modern Materials and Living to Tell the Tale (Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive)

Look for more announcements soon on videos of other sessions from the spring 2015 CNI meeting. To see all videos available from CNI, visit CNI's video channels on YouTube ( and Vimeo (

Diane Goldenberg-Hart
Communications Coordinator | CNI
202-296-5098 | |

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