Tag Archives: OTAI

OTAI Article in JWA’s Native American Archives Special Issue

JWA Vol 6 Issue 1 Hot of the digital press…the Journal of Western Archives just published a special issue about Native American archives, and the OMA is included for its work on the 2012 Oregon Tribal Archives Institute! The special … Continue reading

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The OMA at LSA 2015

LSA 2015 Conference This week the OMA presented at the Linguistic Society of America conference in Portland, OR. The purpose of the LSA is to “advance the scientific study of language – the LSA plays a critical role in supporting and disseminating linguistic … Continue reading

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The Oregon Tribal Archives Institute ~ Days 3-5

Day 3, August 22 ~ Digitization Day Session Facilitator Karen Estlund   Session Facilitator Kira Homo Our University of Oregon colleagues, Karen Estlund and Kira Homo, joined us for our digitization day – they facilitated numerous sessions including: Digitization, Best … Continue reading

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The Oregon Tribal Archives Institute ~ Day 2

Our Morning Sessions at Siletz Day 2, August 21 ~ Our Morning at Siletz The second day of TAI was all about the physical aspects of archives planning are care; both on the building level and item level. We began our … Continue reading

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The Oregon Tribal Archives Institute Has Begun!

  TAI Tote Bags Goals of the OR TAI ~ Networking ~ this is a gathering of tribal archivists, records managers, culture keepers with all nine federally recognized tribes of Oregon represented. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet, share knowledge, and build relationships. … Continue reading

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