Minnesota Historical Society M-Flame Logo
Minnesota  State Archives

Preserving State Government Digital Information:
Illinois Partners Meetings

Illinois Partners Overview

Illinois is represented by individuals from Illinois's Legislative Information System, State Archives, State Library, and the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

Some of the topics partners are interested in include issues surrounding digital preservation and cost benefit analysis of solutions.

August 10, 2009

Overview

Nancy Hoffman and Charles Rodgers from the Minnesota Historical Society updated Illinois partners on the Project's past and future activities. Connie Frankenfeld, Digital Programs Librarian at the Illinois State Library, gave a presentation on the Illinois State Library's electronic documents depository.

One concern discussed at the meeting was the need for standards or best practices in functions involving aggregation, management and use of digital information.

Meeting Materials and Information

 

February 5, 2008

Overview

Inclement weather prevented representatives of the Minnesota Historical Society from meeting in person its Illinois partners. However, project director Bob Horton talked through a PowerPoint presentation via speakerphone.

Participants represented Illinois's Legislative Information System, State Archives, State Library, and the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

Some of the topics discussed:

  • Current preservation of legislative material
  • Primary and secondary audiences
  • Institutional missions
  • Possible grant project priorities

Meeting Materials and Information

 

NDIIPP Project Homepage

August 26, 2009; links verified January 20, 2011.



Powered by Meta Data