10 Amazing Facts about the Utah State Archives—Gina Strack and Rae Gifford at RootsTech 2019 – September 11, 2019

I noticed this on FamilySearch – 10 Amazing Facts about the Utah State Archives—Gina Strack and Rae Gifford at RootsTech 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/utah-state-archives-rootstech-2019/.

Want to learn more about all the amazing things the Utah State Archives and Records Service can offer you? Rae Gifford and Gina Strack shared some interesting features about the archives at the Access and Preservation Day at RootsTech 2019.

Their presentation was titled, “Utah State Archives and Records Service: 10 New or Amazing Things!” At the time of the presentation, Gifford was the outreach and advocacy archivist at the state archives and Strack is the digital archives program manager at the Utah State Archives and Records Service.

1. GRAMA

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2. Training Classes

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3. Upgrading the Profession

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4. Storage Expansion

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5. Digital Color Camera

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6. Growth of Online Access.

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7. Partnerships

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8. World War I Records Online

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9. Local Government Marriage Records

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10. Preservation First Steps

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Rae Gifford was the outreach and advocacy archivist for the Utah State Archives at the time of her presentation. She has a Masters of Arts in history and a Masters of Library and Information Science (MLIS) from Louisiana State University.

Gina Strack is a certified archivist and has been at the Utah State Archives and Records Service since 2002. She is the digital archives program managers and processes historical records from state and local agencies. She holds a certificate as a Digital Archives Specialist and an MLIS from the University of Washington.

 

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