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— A Panel Discussion and Presentation —
ARCHIVAL ACCESS ONLINE:
THE PROMISE, THE PROBLEMS, THE PAYOFF
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 @ 6:30 PM AT THE MARY BAKER EDDY LIBRARY
200 MASSACHUSETTS AVE., BOSTON | MBELIBRARY.ORG
A panel of experts will address such questions as:
• How is the digital revolution affecting historical research and the dissemination of information?
• What does this mean for all of us, amid increasing expectations for transparency and the immediacy
of accessing historical records and documents?
• Fast, cheap, and thorough—Can you have it all?
Panelists will present case studies:
DR. NEIL MANN (The New York Public Library), on digitizing significant literary manuscript collections
and making them available online.
NANCY HEYWOOD (The Massachusetts Historical Society), on opening up extensive digital resources
around prized collections, such as the Adams Papers.
DR. SHERRY DARLING (The Mary Baker Eddy Library), on launching the Mary Baker Eddy Papers online this
BETH LUEY, a leader in the field of documentary editing, has served as President of the Association
for Documentary Editing and related professional organizations. She is the author of Handbook for Academic
Authors, now in its fifth edition.
For more information, contact Jonathon Eder, Programs Producer: 617-450-7131 | firstname.lastname@example.org