San Jose State University iSchool Student Publication Highlights Importance of Archives
The Fall/Winter 2020-2021 issue of Archeota, the publication of San José State University’s student chapter of the Society of American Archivists, is now online. The current issue marks the fifth anniversary of the semiannual publication; the first issue appeared in spring of 2015. The publication is entirely produced by students enrolled in SJSU’s School of Information, and both current and past issues are available at SJSU Scholarworks, the university’s open access digital repository.
Managing editor Kelli Roisman and associate editors Alyssa Key and Christine Mahoney all contributed articles to the publication while also editing drafts, fact-checking and proofreading. Contributors Alison Quirion and Monica Nolan also have articles in the issue, which provides coverage of a wide range of topics from the archival world: reports from conferences and virtual events, an armchair tour of 10 archives and a survey of 77 archivists regarding their work experiences.
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