[SIGCIS-Members] CFP--ACM Heritage/History/Archiving On-line Seminar

Jeffrey Yost yostx003 at umn.edu
Mon Jul 18 11:22:08 PDT 2022

Dear Colleagues,

Want to share this CFP from the ACM History Committee [HC]. From CBI, both
Amanda and I are ACM HC Members. All of us on the committee are excited
about this interdisciplinary event bringing together archivists, curators,
historians, information scientists, computer scientists, social scientists,
humanities and arts scholars/professionals, etc.).
The event Prgm. Comm. is CS, Tex. St. U.'s Vicki Almstrum; CBI, U. of
Minnesota's Amanda Wick, & Annenberg Sch. of Comm., USC's Anna Loup.

*CFP (Pls Share) *

*"Seminar on Capturing Hidden ACM Heritage"Hosted by the ACM History

This seminar is designed for individuals who are planning or are actively
involved in doing projects related to ACM history, including the history of
Special Interest Groups (SIGs), past or present. The seminar will explore
concepts and methods for heritage preservation, including professional
archiving practices.

CFP and Info. @ ACM | ACM Heritage on-line seminar- ACM History Committee

Best, Jeff

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