What I Do
Eliot Wilczek serves as the University Records Manager. He provides recordkeeping advice to offices across the University. He also works on a variety of information management, governance, and policy initiatives and projects.
- MS, Library and Information Science, Simmons College
- MA, History, Simmons College
- AB, Kenyon College
- Faulder, Erin, Krista Ferrante, and Eliot Wilczek “Using EAC-CPF at an Institutional Archives.” Journal of Archival Organization. (2014) (Forthcoming).
- Soyka, Heather and Eliot Wilczek. “Documenting the American Military Experience in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.” American Archivist 77, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 2014): 175-199.
- Kaplan, Deborah, Anne Sauer, and Eliot Wilczek. “Archival description in OAI-ORE.” Journal of Digital Information 12, no. 2 (2011).
- Faulder, Erin, Veronica Martzahl, and Eliot Wilczek, “More Than a Note: Early Experiences with Implementing EAC-CPF.” In Description: Innovative Practices for Archives and Special Collections. Lantham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2014.
- Wilczek, Eliot and Kevin L. Glick. “Changes in Acquisition: A Guide to the Ingest of Electronic Records.” In New Skills for a Digital Era, Proceedings. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2008.
- Glick, Kevin L., Eliot Wilczek, and Robert Dockins. “Fedora and the Preservation of University Records Project.” DigiNews 10, no. 4 (October 2006).
- Wilczek, Eliot. “Linked Data Approaches for Archival Description.” presented at the 2014 Research Forum, Society of American Archivists Annual Conference, Washington DC, August 2014.
- Wilczek, Eliot. “The Wicked Problem of Documenting Counterinsurgencies: A Study of US Advisor Province Reports from the Vietnam War.” presented at the Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Pittsburgh, July 2014.
- Wilczek, Eliot. “War Defined by Recordkeeping Rules: An Analysis of US Advisor Province Reports from the Vietnam War.” presented at the Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin, June 2013.
- Wilczek, Eliot. “From Creation to Curation: Strategies for Documenting the Academic Enterprise.” poster presented at the DigCCurr PhD Symposium, Curate Thyself, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 2013.
- Soyka, Heather and Eliot Wilczek. “Documenting the American Experience in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.” presented at the 2012 Research Forum, Society of American Archivists Annual Conference, San Diego, August 2012.
- Wilczek, Eliot. “Developing and Managing Digital Repository Policies: A Case Study from Tufts University.” presented at the Best Practices Exchange, Phoenix, September 2010.
- Wilczek, Eliot. “Yes, We Have Some Data: The Challenges of Managing Research Data at a University.” presented at the NERCOMP Special Interesting Group Meeting, Norwood, Massachusetts, September 2010.
- Wilczek, Eliot. “Contributions from the Archival Profession to the Literature of Recordkeeping Behavior.” presented at the Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Michigan, June 2010.
- Project Member, Tufts Collaborates! Tufts University internal seed grant, “The Peace and Conflict Archives at Tufts: Pilot Collection.” 2014-2015.
- Acting Principal Investigator, Institute for Museum and Library Services, “LiAM: Linked Archival Metadata.” 2012-2014.
- Project Director, National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) electronic records program expansion grant project, “Tufts Accessioning Program for Electronic Records (TAPER).” 2008–2011.
- Co-Principal Investigator, National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) electronic records research grant project, “Fedora and the Preservation of University Records.” 2004–2006.
Selected Professional Service
- Member, Grand Challenges Working Group, Archival Education and Research Initiative, 2013–Present
- Member, Communications Technology Working Group, Society of American Archivists, 2011–2012
- Member, Richard L. Haas Memorial Award Working Group, New England Archivists, 2012
- Chair, Program Committee for Spring 2011 Conference, New England Archivists
- Instructor, School of Library and Information Science, Simmons College, 2005-2010