Vol. 6, No. 2, Winter 2009

  • Chapel Hill Diarist: The Evolution of a Theory and the Practice of Immersion in Primary Sources
    by Laura Clark Brown
  • Teach Your Children Well: Raising the Next Generation through Meaningful Work Experience
    by Ginny Daley and Laura Micham
  • Training Graduate Students in the Art and Science of Responsible Processing
    by Jackie Dean
  • Helping Students Uncover Their Inner Archivist
    by Benjamin Filene
  • Hands-on Instruction in the Archives: Using Group Activities as an Engaging Way to Teach Undergraduates about Primary Sources
    by James Gerencser and Malinda Triller
  • From Mentee to Mentor: Learning How to Manage Interns
    by Dawne Howard Lucas
  • Hiring and Training Student Employees
    by Robert A. McInnes
  • Teaching With Archives, Teaching About Archives
    by Janet C. Olson
  • No Task Is Unimportant: Working with High School Students in the Archives
    by Diana R. Sanderson
  • Reviews
    • Bill Stockting and Fabienne Queyroux, eds. Encoding Across Frontiers: Proceedings of the European Conference on Encoded Archival Description and Context (EAD and EAC), Paris, France 7-8 October 2004. New York: Haworth Press, 2005. Reviewed by Megan Mulder.
    • Christopher J. Prom and Ellen D. Swain, eds. College and University Archives: Readings in Theory and Practice. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2008. Reviewed by Jan Blodgett.
    • William E. Landis and Robin L. Chandler, eds. Archives and the Digital Library. Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Press, 2006. Reviewed by Noah Huffman.
    • Menzi L. Behrnd-Klodt. Navigating Legal Issues in Archives. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2008. Reviewed by Mira Waller.
    • Jeannette A. Bastian and Donna Webber. Archival Internships: A Guide for Faculty, Supervisors and Students. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2008. Reviewed by Beth Ann Koelsch.