This presentation was a part of the session "Developing and Organizing Professional Development Gatherings for Tribal Communities" given at the 2013 Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The description for the entire sessions is as follows: Over the past few years several states across the nation have created opportunities for professional development and networking specifically designed to meet the archival education needs of their local tribal communities. Three such gatherings include Convening Culture Keepers in Wisconsin, the Native American Archives Symposium in Arizona, and the Oregon Tribal Archives Institute in Oregon. Learn about the development and organization of these gatherings and how you can potentially use these as models for your local communities.
Session Moderator: Jennifer O'Neal, Historian and Archivist, University of Oregon Libraries. Session Presenters: Omar Poler, Associate Outreach Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Library and Information Studies; Jonathan Pringle, Curator of Visual Materials, Cline Library, Special Collections and Archives, Northern Arizona University; Natalia Fernandez, Oregon Multicultural Librarian Oregon Multicultural Archives
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