Monday, June 2, 2008


I had the great good fortune to be able to attend the Northwest Archivists and ARMA Spring Conference, New Frontiers in Archives and Records Management, which was held this year at the University of Alaska, Anchorage from May 28-31.

I was honored to be one of panel members for a session entitled Breaking the Ice: Protocols for Native American Archival Materials and Archivists in the Northwest. I learned a great deal, reconnected with people I'd met before, met more new, wonderful people and had a great time. I didn't have the opportunity to take many photographs. I did see a moose, but didn't have my camera at the ready.

However, as I always do when I go to a conference, I made certain to take photographs of the library where it was held.

1 comment:

Carol Ferndale said...

Very nice images of the library!

I would love to visit Alaska, but have not really got anywhere near there. I have been to Canada and to the main part of the USA, but Alaska is still on my list.

I love the idea of the wide open spaces, and the great expanse of the natural environment.