March/April 2021 Issue of Archival Outlook

This issue of Archival Outlook features a special section in which Aprille McKay, Eira Tansey, Peter Hirtle, and Bryan Whitledge weigh in on Ahmad v. University of Michigan, a case about whether archival papers that are closed under a donor agreement are still subject to FOIA. In addition, Kathryn Slover and Stephanie Luke at the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries reevaluate their metadata practices to create more inclusive description, Lilly Carrel and Theresa Mayfield offer their experience of hosting an archives blitz—a community processing event—to benefit archives institutions, and Jennifer King shares an unusual story of provenance at George Washington University. Read on for more!

This issue is sponsored by Iron Mountain, San José State UniversityTandDAcademy of Certified ArchivistsAtlas SystemsHollinger Metal EdgeScene Savers, Jeremy Beck, and Lucidea.

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