Read the July/August Issue of Archival Outlook

In this digital-only edition of Archival Outlook, Armando Suárez offers a case study for how archivists at Princeton University are revising their finding aids to be more inclusive; Kerri Milliken considers what we can learn from condolence collections to document the COVID-19 pandemic; Samantha Meier shares how a reference request at the Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff highlighted scientist Dorothy Hamre's contributions in identifying the coronavirus strain; and members of SAA's Accessibility and Disability Section provide best practices for hiring people with disabilities—plus so much more! Start reading now.

The July/August issue is sponsored by TandDAcademy of Certified ArchivistsAeonHollinger Metal EdgeScene Savers, and Lucidea.

Note: Like many organizations, SAA has been financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. To best navigate this difficult time, the July/August 2020 issue of Archival Outlook will not be distributed in print. As always, the digital editions of Archival Outlook are open access.

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