Gregory S. Hunter, Ph.D.
Certified Records Manager
Certified Archivist

Education

New York University

Ph.D. in American History, with a concentration in nineteenth century business history, February 1989.

M.Phil. (October 1979); M.A. (February 1977)

Certificate in Archival Management, Historical Society Administration, and Historical Editing (24 credits, October 1978).

St. John's University, Jamaica, New York

B.A. in History, Summa Cum Laude (June 1975)


Experience

Long Island University, January 1990-

Professor, Palmer School of Library and Information Science. Director, Certificate Program in Archives and Records Management (1990- ).  Director, Doctor of Philosophy in Information Studies (2009- ).  Courses taught:

  • Archives and Manuscripts

  • Record Management

  • Electronic Records

  • Digital Preservation

  • Appraisal of Archives and Manuscripts

  • Micrographics and Electronic Imaging Systems

  • Information Technologies and Society

  • Electronic Resources of the Internet

  • Information Networks and Networking

  • Introduction to Digital Technologies

  • Introduction to Library and Information Science

  • Introduction to Research

  • Doctoral Seminar on Information and Society

  • Doctoral Seminar on Organization Information Management

  • Doctoral Seminar on Information Studies and Services.

Lockheed Martin Corporation, January 2004-June 2008

Principal Archivist and Records Manager, Lockheed Martin Team building the Electronic Records Archives (ERA) for the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).  Responsibilities included:

  • "Mission officer," representing NARA and the wider profession on the LM Team

  • Liaison between the LM Engineering Team and NARA staff

  • Member of the LM Program Director's Leadership Team

  • Participant in all aspects of system development, from requirements definition through implementation

  • Reviewer of all documents prepared by the LM Engineering Team

  • Co-Lead of testing in the Human Factors Laboratory

  • Chair of the LM Council of Experts, an external advisory group

  • Moderator of the 3-day demonstration of the prototype system

  • Author of engineering white papers on authenticity of records and other issues

  • Member of the User Adoption Team

  • Author of training modules on system functionality for NARA staff

  • Author of the On-Line Help embedded in the ERA system

  • Leader of training for NARA and federal agency staff

  • Presenter about the ERA System at professional conferences

ITT Corporation, March 1984-January 1990

Manager of Micrographics and Records Retention (March 1984-July 1985) Responsible for a complete, in-house, source document microfilming operation generating both microfiche and 16mm roll film. Also responsible for the preservation and storage of over 20,000 cubic feet of original records, and the identification and preservation of archival materials.

Manager of Corporate Records and Micrographics (July 1985-December 1986) All of the above, plus responsibility for records retention scheduling, destruction of non-permanent records, and the monitoring of retention programs at ITT's subsidiaries worldwide.

Manager of Corporate Records and Building Services (January 1987-December 1989). All of the above, plus responsibility for headquarters telecommunications, telephone, and mail services; corporate-wide vital records program; liaison with building owner and ITT subtenants; and monitoring and control of an administrative services budget of $19 million.

United Negro College Fund, Inc., March 1978-March 1984

Served as Director of Archival Programs. Responsible for the design and implementation of a full-scale archival program. Wrote eleven grant proposals that were funded by federal agencies, private foundations, and major corporations. Negotiated a contract for and coordinated the micropublication of 350,000 pages of the UNCF Archives by University Microfilms International. Organized and ran two conferences to improve the preservation and use of historical records at the forty-two UNCF member institutions. Edited a quarterly archival newsletter. Helped design the first records management program at UNCF. Supervised the writing of the first book-length history of UNCF. Conducted an oral history program. Wrote speeches for the UNCF President and other officials. Trained nine archival student interns. Also served as Secretary for both the Archives and History Committee of the UNCF Board of Directors, and the UNCF's outside Archival Advisory Board.

Chase Manhattan Archives, February 1977-February 1978

Assisted in all aspects of a beginning archival program.


Adjunct Teaching

St. John's University, Division of Library and Information Science

"Archives and Manuscripts: Basic Functions and Current Issues," Summer 1985, Fall 1986, Fall 1987, Fall 1988, Fall 1989.

"Records Management and Micrographics," Spring 1987, Spring 1988.

Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, Palmer School of Library and Information Science

"Archives and Manuscripts," Spring 1986, Fall 1987.

Columbia University, School of Library Service, Preservation Administrators Program

"Reprography for Libraries and Archives," Spring 1987, Spring 1988, Spring 1989, Spring 1990, Spring 1991, Spring 1992.

University of Puerto Rico, School of Library and information Science

"Introduction to Records Management," Summer 1994.

Georgia Archives Institute

Principal Instructor, 2003, 2004, 2005

Modern Archives Institute, National Archives and Records Administration

Guest Lecturer, Day 1 Presentation on "Introduction to Archives," 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Western Archives Institute

Principal Instructor, 2013


Honors and Awards

Recipient of the Academy of Certified Archivists' Distinguished Service Award, 2014

Recipient of the David Newton Teaching Award, the highest teaching honor at Long Island University, 2005

Elected a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists, 2004

Winner of the Society of American Archivists' 2004 Waldo Gifford Leland Award for Developing and maintaining Practical Archives, Second Edition

Nominated for the Emmett Leahy Award, the highest award in records and information management, 2003, 2004.

Winner of the Society of American Archivists' 2001 Preservation Publication Award for Preserving Digital Information.

Inducted into the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, upon nomination of Kentucky Secretary of State John Y. Brown, III, 2001.

Certified Records Manager, January 1988

Certified Archivist, July 1989

Founding President of the Academy of Certified Archivists, October, 1989.

Mellon Foundation Fellow, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan

Summer 1991
Summer 1992

New York University, University Fellowships (full tuition), 1975-78

St. John's University

University Scholarships (full tuition), 1971-75
New York State Regents Scholarship, 1971-75
Dean's List, 1971-75
Winner of Gold Key (outstanding senior in the History Department), 1975
Honorable Mention, National Historical Association Essay Contests, 1970-71

Long Island University

Research Grants Awarded by the Campus Faculty Research Committee, 1995-98


Publications

Books

Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives, Third Edition.  Chicago:  ALA Editions/Neal-Schuman, 2016 (forthcoming)

Series Editor, The Archivist's and Records Manager's Bookshelf.  Neal-Schuman, 2004-2011

Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives, Second Edition.  New York:  Neal-Schuman, 2003.  Winner of the Society of American Archivists' 2004 Waldo Gifford Leland Award.

Preserving Digital Information. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2000.  Winner of the Society of American Archivists' 2001 Preservation Publication Award.

Hector R. Skifter: Radio Pioneer, Industrial Leader, and Defense Advisor, 1901-1964. Northfield, MN: St.Olaf College Press, 1997.

Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives. New York: Neal-Schuman, 1997.

Historians and Archivists: Educating the Next Generation (co-author), Bloomington, IN: Joint Committee on Historians and Archivists of the American Historical Association, Organization of American Historians, and the Society of American Archivists, 1993.

"The Manhattan Company: Managing a Multi-unit Corporation in New York City, 1799-1842. New York: Garland Publishing, 1989 (part of the series, "Studies in Entrepreneurship").

The United Negro College Fund Archives on Microfiche. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1983. Micropublication of approximately 350,000 pages of records from the UNCF Archives. Also wrote three sections for the 400 page hard cover guide and index to the collection.

Articles and Book Chapters

"Business Archives."  In Steven Fisher, ed., Archival Information:  How to Find It, How to Use It..  Westport:  Greenwood Press, 2004, pages 138-160.

"A Win-Win Situation:  Knowledge Management and the Institutional Archives."  in Michael E.D. Koenig and T. Kanti Srikantaiah, eds., Knowledge Management Lessons Learned:  What Works and What Doesn't.  American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2004, pages 269-274.

"Appraisal and Retention of Digital Records."  History News 57:4 (Autumn 2002), 17-20.

"The Digital Future:  A Look Ahead."  Information Management Journal 36:1 (January-February 2002), 70-72.

"Toward Better Documenting and Interpreting of the Past: What History Graduate Programs in the Twenty-First Century Should Teach About Archival Practices." (co-author) American Archivist 56:4 (Winter 1993): 730-749.

"Is the Past Still Prologue?: History and Archival Education." (co-author) American Archivist 56.4 (Winter 1993): 718-729.

"Historians and Archivists: A Rationale for Cooperation" (co-author), Journal of American History, June 1993, pages 179-186.

"Reprography." World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services, Third Edition. Chicago: American Library Association, 1993, pages 711-715.

Review of Sources for U.S. History: Nineteenth-Century Communities, by W.B. Stephens, American Archivist, Fall 1992, pages 625-626.

"Chase: Blame It On Aaron Burr?" New York Newsday, September 24, 1990, 44-46.

"The Water Company That Turned to Money." Harvard Business Review 90:4 (July 1990), 204-205.

"Chase/Manhattan Companies." Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark Layman, 1990, pages 106-107.

"Improvement Banks" Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark Layman, 1990, pages 273-274.

"Stephen Girard" Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark Layman, 1990, pages 221-224.

"August Belmont" Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance to 1913. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark Layman, 1990, pages 37-44.

"Walter Wriston" Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: Banking and Finance, 1913-1989. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark Layman, 1990, pages 472-481.

"The Manhattan Company: Managing a Multi-unit Corporation in New York City, 1799-1842." In William Pencak and Conrad E. Wright, editors, New York and the Rise of American Capitalism: Economic Development and the Social and Political History of an American State, 1780-1870. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1989, pages 124-146.

"Microcomputing and Micrographics Control." Inform, 1:10 (October 1987) 22-26.

Records Management Manual. New York: Parish of Trinity Church, 1987, 35 pages.

"Filling the GAP: Planning at the Local and Individual Levels." American Archivist, 50:1 (Winter 1987), 110-115.

"Archival Management: The 1980s and Beyond." The Records and Retrieval Report, 2:8 (October 1986), 9-12.

"Thinking Small to Think Big: Archives, Micrographics, and the Life Cycle of Records." American Archivist, 49:3 (Summer 1986), 315-320.

"The Development of Bankers: Career Patterns and Corporate Form at the Manhattan Company, 1799-1842." Business and Economic History, Second Series, 14 (1985), 59-76.

Editor, MARAC Technical Leaflet Series. Issues published: "Appraisal of Social Welfare Case Files," "Computing the Total Cost of Archival Processing," "Planning for Archival Programs: An Introduction," and "Processing Congressional Collections."

Editor, Workbook for the UNCF Archival Training Institute, April 12-17, 1982, Atlanta, GA. New York: United Negro College Fund, 1982, 138 pages.

Contributor to A Selected Bibliography on Business Archives and Records Management, compiled by Karen M. Benedict. Chicago: SAA, 1981.

"Archives and the College Work-study Program." Georgia Archive, 9:2 (Fall 1981), 58-61. Co-author with JoAnn Heaney Hunter.

Contributor to "Starting an Archives." Problems in Archives Kit Number 3. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1980.



Professional Organizations

Society of American Archivists, 1977-

Business Archives Section, 1978-

Developed the idea for, and served on, the Working Group on the Archives of Business and Industry, 1985-87.

Vice Chair, 1988-89.

Editor of the online version of the Directory of Corporate Archives in the United States and Canada, 1998-

College and University Archives Section, 1979-84

Chair, Subgroup on Archives at Black Colleges, 1981-82

Developed the idea for, and served as first coordinator of, the "Adopt an Archives" Program, 1983-84

Manual Committee, 1983-84

Official SAA Representative on the Council of National Library and Information Associations, 1983-86, 1987-92

Program Committee, 1987 Annual Meeting, 1997 Annual Meeting

Committee on Education and Professional Development, 1988-93 (Chair 1989-90)

Task Force on Records Management, 1989

Participant, item development workshop for the Certified Archivist examination, February 9-12, 1989, St. Augustine, FL.

Awards Committee, 1990

Member of ad-hoc committee to interview potential candidate for Archivist of the United States, 1994.

Education Office Advisory Board, 1995-97

Publications Board, 1997-2000 (Chair 1998-2000); 2012-

Task Force to Review Guidelines for Graduate Education, 1999-2000

Fellows Steering Committee, 2008-  (Chair 2009- )

Editor, The American Archivist, 2012 -

Chair, American Archivist Editorial Board, 2012 -

Chair, Theodore Calvin Pease Award Subcommittee, 2012-

Academy of Certified Archivists, 1989-

Charter Member, 1989

President, 1989-90

Examination Development Committee, 1995-97

Task Force on Archival Education, 1999-2000

Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, 1978-

Local Arrangements Committee, Fall 1981 Meeting, New York, NY

Developed the idea for, and served as first editor of, the MARAC Technical Leaflet Series, 1981-86

Program Committee, Spring 1983 Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ

Task Force on Semiannual Meetings, 1983-84

Publications Committee, 1984-86

Representative on the Coalition for New York's Documentary Heritage, 1984-85

Steering Committee, New York State Representative, 1985-86

Treasurer, 1986-90

Finance Committee, 1986-90

Long Range Planning Committee, 1990-91

Chair, Local Arrangements Committee, Fall 1999 Meeting

Long Island Archives Conference, 1981-2000

Vice Chair, 1988-89, 1991-95

Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, 1979-

Charter Member, 1979

Vice Chair, 1981-82

Steering Committee, 1981-83

Organization of American Historians, 1975-

Committee on Research and Access to Historical Documentation, 1993-96 (Chair, 1995)

Joint Committee on Historians and Archivists, 1993-95

Business History Conference, 1980-

Association of Records Managers and Administrators, 1984-

Association for Information and Image Management, 1984-

Strategic Planning Focus Group, 1993


Advisory Service

Rockefeller Archive Center

Coordinator of Conference on "The History of Philanthropy and Black Higher Education," April 21-22, 1983.
External Review Panel (reviewed all operations at RAC and made recommendations), 2000

The Links, Inc., Archival Program Advisor, 1978-84

National Endowment for the Humanities

Proposal Reviewer, 1980-
Review Panel Member, Division of Public Programs, 1981
Review Panel Member, Research Division, 1987
Review Panel Member, Division of Preservation and Access, 1994

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, Proposal Reviewer, Records Program, 1979-

St. John's University, Alumni Representative on the Accreditation Self- Study Committee on Long Range Plans and Issues, 1983-84

R.R. Bowker Company, Advisory Committee for the Bowker Annual of Library and Book Trade Information, 1985-86

New York State Library, Division of Library Development, Review Panel Member, Conservation and Preservation Grant Program, 1986-89.

New York State Archives and Records Administration

Charter Member, Local Government Records Advisory Council, 1987-89.
Oral Test Examiner, Civil Service "Archivist" Series, June 1988.
Written Test Examiner, Civil Service "Records Analyst" Series, July 1992.

Engineering Societies Library (NY), Advisory Committee, 1992-94

Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, Archives Advisory Committee, 1991-97

Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, Archives Advisory Committee, 1995-

Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Documentary Heritage Program Advisory Committee, 1990-

University of British Columbia, School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies, Outside referee to review faculty candidate in archival administration, 1993

National Archives and Records Administration, Task Force to Review Professional Training Program, 1993

Corporate Archives Forum, Facilitator of an invitation-only meeting of archivists from Fortune 500 companies, 1998- .

Indiana University Electronic Records Project, Advisory Board, 2000-2001.

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Academic Advisory Council, 2000-2006.

Council of State Archivists, Mentor for the Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential Records (IPER) Project funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Outside peer reviewer for faculty member seeking promotion to professor, 2012.


Long Island University Service

Palmer School of Library and Information Science.

Consultant to develop a curriculum in archives and records management, 1989.
Coordinator of two conferences dealing with the present state and future conditions of archives and records management, 1989.
Faculty Secretary, 1991-
Personnel Committee, 1991-94, 1996- (Chair, 1997-98; 2008-2009)
Curriculum Committee, 1991-94, 2008-
Admissions Committee, 1994-96
Westchester Advisory Committee, 1995-96
Dean Search Committee, 1991
Faculty Search Committee, 1991
Task Force on Internships, 1992-93
Task Force on Doctoral Program, 1993-94
Task Force on National Science Foundation Grant Proposal, 1993-94
Task Force on Malcolm Baldrige Award, 1995-96
American Library Association Self Study, 1991-92: Co-Chair of Entire Study; Chair of Curriculum Task Force
Master Plan for the Palmer School, 1990-91, Co-Chair.
Doctoral Committee, 1999-
Outcomes Assessment Committee, 1999-2008
Knowledge Management Task Force, 2000
Director, Certificate Program in Archives and Records Management, 1990-
Director, Doctor of Philosophy in Information Studies, 2009-

C.W. Post Campus

Middle States Accreditation Self Study Steering Committee, 1991-93.
Calendar Committee, 1991
Dean Search Committee, College of Education and Information Sciences (CEIS), 2011
Dean Search Committee, College of Education, Information, and Technology (CEIT), 2014
Faculty-Student Appeals Board, 1992-93, 1996-98
Honorary Degree Committee, 1992-96
Faculty Escort for Honorary Degree Recipient, May 1993
Research Committee, 1996-99
Nine-Credit Option Committee, 1997-99
Assisted PDK (Education Honor Society) with its Archives, 1997-99
Trustees Award for Scholarly Achievement (TASA) Committee, 1998-99
Fiftieth Anniversary Committee, 1998
School of Education, Focus Group on Development of a Doctoral Program, 2000
Newton Award Committee, 2009-2011
Search Committee, Dean of the College of Education and Information Sciences, 2011

University-Wide Service

Twenty-First Century Commission on Academic Goals and Objectives, 1991.
Internal Consultant on Archives and Records Management, 1997-


Speaking Engagements

  1. "Starting from Scratch: Thoughts on Beginning an Institutional Archival Program." Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC), May 17, 1980, Washington, DC. The session was tape recorded by the Society of American Archivists (SAA) and sold to people beginning archival programs.

  2. "An Agenda for the Future: Improving Archival Programs at the Historically Black Colleges and Universities." SAA, October 2, 1980, Cincinnati, OH.

  3. "Expanding the Role of the Archivist." Workshop sponsored by the New York University Program in archival Management, April 4, 1981, New York, NY.

  4. "Cooperation Among Archival Institutions." Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, April 22, 1981, New York, NY.

  5. "Cooperative Approaches Among Archival Repositories." MARAC, May 8, 1981, Pittsburgh, PA.

  6. "Archival Advisory Boards: A Little Help From Your Friends." SAA, September 4,1981, Berkeley, CA.

  7. "Planning and Implementing a Records Survey." MARAC, October 23, 1981, New York, NY.

  8. "Expanding the Role of the Archivist." Workshop sponsored by the New York University Program in archival Management, April 24, 1982, New York, NY.

  9. "Expanding the Role of the Archivist." Workshop sponsored by the New York University Program in archival Management, March 1, 1983, New York, NY.

  10. "The Historian as Archivist." Seminar sponsored by the History Department, St. John's University, February 14, 1983, Jamaica, NY.

  11. "'United We Women Can Do Much:' Individual Philanthropy and the Greater New York Women's Division of the United Negro College Fund, 1944-66." Conference on "The History of Philanthropy and Black Higher Education" at the Rockefeller Archive Center, April 21, 1983, North Tarrytown, NY.

  12. "Basic Workshop: Appraisal and Accessioning." MARAC, May 20, 1983, New Brunswick, NJ.

  13. "Documenting Higher Education." MARAC, November 5, 1983, Harpers Ferry, WV.

  14. "Expanding the Role of the Archivist." Workshop sponsored by the New York University Program in archival Management, February 22, 1984, New York, NY.

  15. "The Manhattan Company: Managing a Multi-unit Corporation in New York City, 1799-1842." Conference on "New York and the Rise of American Capitalism" at the New-York Historical Society, May 19, 1984, New York, NY.

  16. "The Past as Prologue: The Interrelated Professions of Archivist, Librarian, and Historian." Colloquium sponsored by the Division of Library and Information Science, St. John's University, October 3, 1984, Jamaica, NY.

  17. "Finding Aids for Publication." Long Island Archives Conference, November 3, 1984, Brentwood, NY.

  18. "The Development of Bankers: Career Patterns and Corporate Form at the Manhattan Company, 1799-1842." Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference, March 14, 1985, New York, NY.

  19. "Toward a Usable Past: Preserving New York's Documentary Heritage." Carle Place Civic Association, March 27, 1985, Carle Place, NY.

  20. "An Introduction to Micrographics." Archivists of Religious Institutions, September 16, 1985, New York, NY.

  21. "Thinking Small to Think Big: Micrographics as a Records Management Tool." MARAC, October 5, 1985, Harrisburg, PA.

  22. "Filling the GAP: Planning on the Local and Individual Levels." Keynote Address, Long Island Archives Conference, October 19, 1985, Hempstead, NY.

  23. "Micrographics and Archives: Considerations in Designing a System." SAA, October 30, 1985, Austin, TX.

  24. "Filling the GAP: Planning on the Local and Individual Levels." Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, April 8, 1986, New York, NY.

  25. "An Introduction to Archival Microfilming." Midwest Archives Conference, October 10, 1986, Hudson, WI (all day workshop).

  26. "Advanced Acquisition Strategies." Archivists of Religious Institutions, April 21, 1987, Graymoor, Garrison, NY.

  27. "Using a Microcomputer to Control Micrographics Production." Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), April 30, 1987, New York, NY. Session was tape recorded and sold by AIIM.

  28. "The Archival Hedge: A Workshop on Records Management and Micrographics." MARAC, May 7, 1987, Baltimore, MD (all day workshop).

  29. "Planning as a Religious Experience: The Diocesan Archives." Association of Catholic Diocesan Archivists, September 2, 1987, New York, NY.

  30. "Workshop on Records Management." ITT Community Development Corporation, October 28-29, 1987, Palm Coast, FL.

  31. "Microfilm System Design." Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) District of Columbia Chapter, March 9, 1988, Washington, DC.

  32. "Workshop on Appraisal of Records." Long Island Archives Conference, March 12, 1988, Brookville, NY.

  33. "Business Archives." Special Libraries Student Group, Long Island University, March 15, 1988, Brookville, NY.

  34. "The Archival Hedge: A Workshop on Records Management and Micrographics." MARAC, April 28, 1988, Allentown, PA (all day workshop).

  35. "The Archival Hedge: A Workshop on Records Management and Micrographics." SAA, September 27-28, 1988, Atlanta, GA (two day workshop).

  36. "Evaluating Micrographics Service Bureaus." SAA, September 30, 1988, Atlanta, GA.

  37. "Micrographics Basics." Westchester Community College, February 16, 1989, Elmsford, NY.

  38. "Business Archives in Westchester: Future Directions." Long Island University Westchester Campus, March 3, 1989, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

  39. "Business Archives on Long Island: Future Directions." Long Island University C.W. Post Campus, April 6, 1989, Brookville, NY.

  40. "Promoting Public Understanding of Archives: Toward a Grand Unified Theory." MARAC, May 5, 1989, Albany, NY.

  41. "Workshop on Arrangement and Description." New York Metropolitan Reference and Research Library Agency (METRO), June 6, 1989, North Tarrytown, NY.

  42. "The Legality of Microfilm: A Workshop." MARAC, September 22, 1989, Philadelphia, PA.

  43. "Workshop on Arrangement and Description." METRO, September 28, 1989, North Tarrytown, NY.

  44. "Preserving the Archives of a Library Association." Council of National Library and Information Associations (CNLIA), December 1, 1989, New York, NY.

  45. "Micrographics Basics and System Design." MARAC, May 17, 1990, New Brunswick, NJ (half day workshop).

  46. "Institutional Culture and its Impact on Business Archives," SAA, Friday, August 31, 1990, Seattle, WA.

  47. "Legality of Microfilm," AIIM First Annual Users Forum, September 21, 1990, Arlington, VA.

  48. "Archival Education in New York State," Testimony before the Governor's Commission on Library and Information Science, October 4, 1990, New York, NY.

  49. "Panning for Gold: Archival Records and American Business." Special Library Association (SLA) Long Island Chapter, October 23, 1990, Mineola, NY.

  50. "The Archival Hedge: A Workshop on Records Management." MARAC, November 1, 1990, Alexandria, VA.

  51. "The Future: Education for Archivists." Governor's Conference on Libraries, November 29, 1990, Albany, NY.

  52. "Micrographics Vs. Optical Disks: Technology and Applications." LIAC, April 5, 1991, Brookville, NY.

  53. "A Workshop on Records Management and Micrographics." SLA Long Island Chapter, April 22, 1991, Brookville, NY.

  54. "Preparing for Future Information Delivery Systems." CNLIA, May 3, 1991, New York, NY.

  55. "Panning for Gold: Archival Records and American Business." SLA New York City Insurance Division, May 15, 1991, New York, NY.

  56. "Corporate Culture and Institutional Archives: A Workshop." SAA, September 27, 1991, Philadelphia, PA.

  57. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Users Forum, November 4, 1991, San Francisco, CA.

  58. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Users Forum, November 11, 1991, Boston, MA.

  59. "A Workshop on Understanding Institutional Culture." Archivists of Religious Institutions, December 4, 1991, Graymoor, Garrison, NY.

  60. "Certification of Records Managers and Archivists: Similarities and Differences." ARMA/AIIM Long Island Chapter, December 12, 1991, Bohemia, NY.

  61. "Workshop on Arrangement and Description." METRO, December 13, 1991, New York, NY.

  62. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Detroit Chapter, January 14, 1992, Detroit, MI.

  63. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Ohio Chapter, March 18, 1992, Cleveland, OH.

  64. "Evaluating and Improving Micrographics Operations." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, March 26, 1992, Albany, NY.

  65. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Hoosier Chapter, April 13, 1992, Indianapolis, IN.

  66. "The Present State of Archival Education." MARAC, May 8, 1992, Pittsburgh, PA.

  67. "Arrangement and Description of Archives and Manuscripts," Federal Reserve Bank of New York, May 12-14, 1992, New York, NY.

  68. "Records Management and Micrographics." Long Island University, June 17, 1992, Brookville, NY.

  69. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, June 24, 1992, Albany, NY.

  70. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Michigan Chapter, July 28, 1992, Ann Arbor, MI.

  71. "Removing the Mystery From Micrographics." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Local Government Records Bureau, August 26, 1992, Rochester, NY.

  72. "Removing the Mystery From Micrographics." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Local Government Records Bureau, September 2, 1992, Brooklyn, NY.

  73. "Removing the Mystery From Micrographics." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Local Government Records Bureau, September 3, 1992, Elmsford, NY.

  74. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." AIIM Tarheel Chapter, September 10, 1992, Greensboro, NC.

  75. "How Critical is Critical Path: Non-Bureaucratic Models for Managing Professionals." SAA, September 17, 1992, Montreal, Canada.

  76. "Removing the Mystery From Micrographics." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Local Government Records Bureau, September 23, 1992, Albany, NY.

  77. "Evaluating and Improving Micrographics Operations." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, October 8, 1992, Albany, NY.

  78. "Panning for Gold: The Value of Corporate or Institutional Archives." ARMA Long Island Chapter, October 14, 1992, Hauppauge, NY.

  79. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, November 5, 1992, Albany, NY.

  80. "Institutional Culture and Electronic Imaging Systems." AIIM Users Forum, November 19, 1992, Chicago, IL.

  81. "Institutional Culture and Electronic Imaging Systems." AIIM Users Forum, December 3, 1992, New York, NY.

  82. "Evaluating and Improving Micrographics Operations." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, February 11, 1993, New York, NY.

  83. "Institutional Culture and Electronic Imaging Systems." AIIM Annual Conference, April 8, 1993, Chicago, IL.

  84. "The Final Frontier: Legality of Optical Imaging Systems." Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, May 17, 1993, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

  85. "An Introduction to Records Management," Nassau Community College, May 20, 1993, East Meadow, NY.

  86. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, June 16, 1993, Albany, NY.

  87. "Appraisal of Archives and Manuscripts: A Workshop." Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC) Documentary Heritage Program, September 10, 1993, Riverhead, NY.

  88. "An Introduction to Electronic Imaging Systems." Long Island ARMA/AIIM Chapter, October 13, 1993, Lindenhurst, NY.

  89. "Electronic Imaging Systems: Technology and Issues." LIAC, November 12, 1993, Kings Point, NY.

  90. "Management for Archivists." Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, November 16, 1993, New York, NY.

  91. "Archivists in Search of Self: The Master of Archival Studies Degree." Association for Library and Information Science Educators (ALISE), February 2, 1994, Los Angeles, CA.

  92. "Preparing Presentations Using Microsoft Powerpoint." New York State Archives and Records Administration, March 30, 1994, Albany, NY

  93. "Evaluating and Improving Micrographics Operations." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, March 31, 1994, Albany, NY.

  94. "Electronic Imaging Systems: Technology and Issues." METRO, April 5, 1994, New York, NY.

  95. "Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself: Technological Change and Electronic Imaging." AIIM Annual Conference, April 19, 1994, New York, NY.

  96. "Appraisal of Archives and Manuscripts: A Workshop." MARAC, May 12, 1994, New York, NY.

  97. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, June 30, 1994, Albany, NY.

  98. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, June 30, 1994, Albany, NY.

  99. "Building the Business Archives: An Advanced Workshop." SAA, September 6, 1994, Indianapolis, IN.

  100. "Teaching Appraisal." SAA, September 11, 1994, Indianapolis, IN.

  101. "Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself: Technological Change and Electronic Imaging." AIIM New York City Chapter, September 14, 1994, New York, NY.

  102. "Beyond Bits and Bytes: People and Organizational Issues in Implementing Electronic Imaging," ARMA Albany Chapter, October 27, 1994, Albany, NY.

  103. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, November 30, 1994, Albany, NY.

  104. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, Bureau of Records Analysis and Disposition, February 9, 1995, Albany, NY.

  105. "Electronic Records and the Education of Historians," Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, April 1, 1995, Washington, DC.

  106. "System Design Requirements for Electronic Records," AIIM Annual Conference, April 10, 1995, San Francisco, CA.

  107. "Building the Business Archives," Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, May 10, 1995, New York, NY.

  108. "System Design Requirements for Electronic Records," City of Philadephia Electronic Records Group, June 2, 1995, Philadelphia, PA.

  109. "Finding the Right Application for Electronic Imaging," New York State Education Department Annual Information Systems Conference, June 13, 1995, Albany, NY.

  110. "Introduction to Imaging Systems." New York State Archives and Records Administration, September 20, 1995, Albany, NY.

  111. "Information Technologies for Improving and Re-Engineering Business Processes," New York State Archives and Records Administration, September 28, 1995, Albany, NY.

  112. "An Introduction to Electronic Imaging Systems," New York State Archives and Records Administration, October 5, 1995, Albany, NY.

  113. "Preserving Business Records in an Era of Reengineering," Keynote Address, Joint Meeting of the Society of North Carolina Archivists (SNCA) and the Palmetto Archives, Libraries and Museum Council on Preservation (PALMCOP), October 20, 1995, Columbia, SC.

  114. "The Challenge of Organizational Change Resulting from Electronic Records," Third Annual Conference on Managing Electronic Records, November 7, 1995, Chicago, IL.

  115. "Electronic Records Issues and Concerns," MARAC, November 10, 1995, Wilmington, DE.

  116. "Disaster Preparation and Recovery," New York State Archives and Records Administration, February 21, 1996, New York, NY.

  117. "Disaster Preparation and Recovery," New York State Archives and Records Administration, March 1, 1996, Albany, NY.

  118. "An Introduction to Electronic Imaging Systems," Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission, April 24, 1996, Harrisburg, PA.

  119. "An Introduction to Electronic Imaging Systems," New York State Archives and Records Administration, May 2, 1996, Albany, NY.

  120. "An Introduction to Electronic Imaging Systems, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, June 25, 1996, New York, NY.

  121. "The Challenge of Organizational Change Resulting from Electronic Records," Fourth National Conference on Managing Electronic Records, November 5, 1996, Chicago, IL.

  122. "Appraisal and Documentation of Society," MARAC, November 8, 1996, Wilmington, DE.

  123. "Electronic Records and Organizational Change," New York City Chapter of ARMA, February 13, 1997, New York, NY.

  124. "Hector R. Skifter and the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System," Conference on History in the Federal Government, April 3, 1997, College Park, MD.

  125. "Electronic Records Theory and Practice," ARMA Banking and Finance Special Interest Group, April 12, 1997, New York, NY.

  126. "Electronic Imaging Systems," State University of New York Annual Purchasing Conference, May 6, 1997, Islandia, NY.

  127. "The Changing Nature of Records in an Electronic Environment," Long Island Chapter of AIIM, June 11, 1997, Central Islip, NY.

  128. "Managing Electronic Records," Working Group of Foundation Librarians, October 6, 1997, New York, NY.

  129. "The Long Island History Project," Long Island Library Research Council (LILRC) Archives Leadership Breakfast, October 17, 1997, Oakdale, NY.

  130. "Teaching Apppraisal," MARAC, November 8, 1997, Wilmington, DE.

  131. "The Chief Information Officer and Electronic Records," Fifth National Conference on Managing Electronic Records, November 12, 1997, Chicago, IL.

  132. "Appraising Archival Records," Archivists of Religious Instititions, November 18, 1997, Blauvelt, NY.

  133. "Preservation of Physical Media," Delaware Public Archives, December 16, 1997, Dover, DE.

  134. "Introduction to Records Management," Delaware Valley Archivists Group, January 27, 1998, Philadelphia, PA.

  135. "Preservation of Physical Media," Diamond State Chapter of ARMA, February 7, 1998, Dover, DE.

  136. "Databases for Archives," Archivists Round Table of Metropoliotan New York, June 17, 1998, New York, NY.

  137. "The World’s Greatest Entertainment Center: Freedomland, New York, and Its Documentation," Annual Meeting of SAA, September 4, 1998, Orlando, FL.

  138. "Preserving Digital Information," Florida State Government Technology Conference, September 22, 1998, Tallahassee, FL.

  139. "Managing Electronic Records: From Theory to Practice," Annual Meeting of ARMA, October 6, 1998, Houston, TX.

  140. "Strategies for Managing Electronic Records," CENADEM ’98, October 19, 1998, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

  141. "Digital Records and the Moderately-Sized Institution," Sixth National Conference on Managing Electronic Records," November 3, 1998, Chicago, IL.

  142. "Managing Electronic Records: From Theory to Practice," ARMA Central New York Chapter, March 9, 1999, Syracuse, NY.

  143. "Strategies for Managing Electronic Records," ARMA Nebraska Chapter, March 17, 1999, Omaha, NE.

  144. "Archival Principles and Electronic Records," Midwest Archives Conference, May 14, 1999, Chicago, IL

  145. "Surveys: The Forgotten Fundamental," Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, June 16, 1999, New York, NY

  146. "Graduate Student Research," (Session Chair), Annual Meeting of SAA, August 26, 1999.

  147. "Appraisal of Electronic Records," National Archives and Records Administration, Records Appraisal Team, September 15, 1999, College Park, MD.

  148. "Preservation of Family Papers," Long Island Genealogy Conference, October 23, 1999, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

  149. "Physical Management of Electronic Records,"  Diamond State Chapter of ARMA, October 25, 1999, Wilmington, DE.

  150. "Managing Electronic Records," American Express Global Records Management Conference, January 9, 2000, New York, NY.

  151. "Records Management for the Attorney," Suffolk County Bar Association, August 8, 2000, Hauppauge, NY.

  152. "Preserving Digital Information," SLA Long Island Chapter, September 21, 2000, Huntington, NY.

  153. "Strategies and Best Practices for Managing the Storage and Preservation of E-Records," Eighth National Conference on Managing Electronic Records, October 3, 2000, Chicago, IL.

  154. "E-Government and Authentic Records," Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Archives and Records Management Conference, October 11, 2000, Grantville, PA.

  155. "The Tangled Web We Weave: Preserving Government Web Pages," Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Archives and Records Management Conference, October 11, 2000, Grantville, PA.

  156. "Appraisal Strategies for Web Pages," Joint Meeting of the Midwest Archives Conference and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, October 19, 2000, Cleveland, OH.

  157. “Preservation of Digital Objects:  Review of Issues and Implementation Strategies.”  Midwest Archives Conference, May 4, 2001, Chicago, IL.
  158. “Basic Records Operations,” U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt, May 8-9, 2001, Washington, DC.
  159. “Records Management for Managers, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt, May 23, 2001, Washington, DC.
  160. “Basic Records Operations,” U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt, June 12-13, 2001, Parkersburg, WV.
  161. “Records Management for Managers, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt, June 14, 2001, Parkersburg, WV.
  162. "Strategies for Managing Electronic Records:  Lessons Learned from the Indiana University Electronic Records Project," Society of American Archivists, September 1, 2001, Washington, DC.
  163. "The Ins and Outs of Digital Imaging and Micrographics," Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, October 17, 2001, Nanticoke, PA.
  164. "The Ins and Outs of Digital Imaging and Micrographics," Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, October 18, 2001, Harrisburg, PA.
  165. "Digital Archives:  Issues and Strategies," Conference on Libraries and the Future, Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), October 26, 2001, Oakdale, NY.
  166. "The Archival Hedge:  Intrinsic Value and Electronic Records," Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC), October 27, 2001, Richmond, VA.
  167. "Preserving Digital Information:  Issues, Assumptions, and Implementation Strategies," Rutgers University, October 31, 2001, New Brunswick, NJ.
  168. "The Ins and Outs of Digital Imaging and Micrographics," Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, November 1, 2001, Philadelphia, PA.
  169. "The Ins and Outs of Digital Imaging and Micrographics," Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, November 8, 2001, Pittsburgh, PA.
  170. "Protecting Vital Business Records from Disaster," Long Island Mid-Suffolk Business Alliance (LIMBA), November 16, 2001, Hauppauge, NY.
  171. "Lessons Learned from the Enron/Arthur Anderson Case," Long Island Center for Ethics, February 27, 2002, Brookville, NY.
  172. "Records Management for Archivists," Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, May 7, 2002, New York, NY.
  173. "Alternate Media for Archival Records:  Choices and Considerations," Association of Catholic Diocesan Archivists, July 28, 2002, Chicago. IL.
  174. "The Archival Hedge:  Intrinsic Value and Electronic Records," Society of American Archivists, August 22, 2002, Birmingham, AL.
  175. "The Use of Interns in Archives," Archivists of Religious Institutions, November 5, 2002, Bronx, NY
  176. "Digital Preservation:  From Theory to Practice," Long Island Chapter of ARMA/AIIM, January 23, 2003, New Hyde Park, NY.
  177. "Best Practices from Corporate Archives," Wilmington-Diamond State Chapter of ARMA International, March 20, 2003, Wilmington, DE.
  178. "Preserving Digital Information:  From Theory to Practice," AIIM International Conference, April 9, 2003.
  179. "Educating Archivists:  The Implications of the Reference Revolution," Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, April 25, 2003, Trenton, NJ.
  180. “Introduction to Records Management.”  Conference of the Archivists of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, May 1, 2003, Atlanta, GA
  181. “Intrinsic Value:  Why Retain an Original Copy.”  Annual Meeting of the Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), May 7, 2003.
  182. "An Introduction to Archives.”  Principal instructor for the annual five-day Georgia Archives Institute, June 16-20, 2003, Atlanta, GA.
  183. "Recertification:  A Recognition of the Joint Mission of Archivists and Records Managers."  Society of American Archivists, August 23, 2003, Los Angeles, CA.
  184. “Records Management for the IT Professional,” State of Pennsylvania Information Technology Conference, December 10, 2003, Hershey, PA.

  185. “Applying Records Management and Archival Principles to Web Resources.”  Association for Information and Image Management, March 10, 2004, New York, NY

  186. “Applying Records Management and Archival Principles to Web Resources.”  Long Island Internal Auditors, March 18, 2004, Brookville, NY.

  187. “Records Management:  The Basics and Beyond.”  Northern New Jersey Chapter of ARMA, April 13, 2004, Woodbridge, NJ.

  188. “The Archival Hedge:  Records Management for Archivists.”  Historically Black Colleges and Universities, April 20, 2004, Atlanta, GA.

  189. “Preserving Digital Records:  Best Practices from Corporate Archives.”  Managing Electronic Records Conference, May 25, 2004, Chicago, IL.

  190. Principal Instructor for the Georgia Archives Institute, April 7-11, 2004, Atlanta, GA.

  191. “Applying Records Management and Archival Principles to Web Resources.”  Association of Records Managers and Administrators, October 6, 2004, New York, NY.

  192. “Reflections on the Concept of Record,” American Society for Information Science and Technology, November 2004, Providence, RI.
  193. “The Challenges and Opportunities of Web-Based Records,” ARMA Web Seminar, January 2005“
  194. “Benchmarking Business Archives,” Business Archives Section, Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists, August 17, 2005, New Orleans, LA.
  195. "Connecting Records Managers and Archivists,”  Joint Meeting of the Northern Colorado Chapter of ARMA and the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists, October 26, 2005, Denver. CO.
  196. "Building the Archives of the Future:  The ERA Project," Palmer School Doctoral Colloquium, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University, February 23, 2006, Brookville, NY.
  197. "Building the Archives of the Future:  The ERA Project," Student Archivists at Maryland (SAM), University of Maryland, February 27, 2006, College Park, MD.
  198. "The Challenges and Opportunities of Web-Based Records," Greater New York City Chapter of ARMA, March 20, 2006, New York, NY.
  199. "Connecting Records Managers and Archivists," Milwaukee Chapter of ARMA, March 28, 2006, Milwaukee, WI.
  200. “From Theory to Practice:  Implementing Authenticity and Persistence,” Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, April 22, 2006, Baltimore, MD.

  201. "Is Schellenberg Dead?:  Appraisal of Digital Records," Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, April 28, 2006, New York, NY

  202. "Web-Based Records:  Addressing a Major ERM Problem -- Challenges and Opportunities," Managing Electronic Records (MER) Conference, May 23, 2006, Chicago, IL.

  203. "To Digitize or Microfilm?:  Planning Alternative Media Projects," Association of Catholic Diocesan Archivists, Chicago, IL, July 15, 2006.

  204. "Building the Archives of the Future:  A Progress Report on the Technical Solution," ARMA, October 24, 2006, San Antonio, TX.

  205. "Saving History:  Building a Foundation for Digital Preservation," Keynote Address at the Conference on "Saving History, Using Digital Resources for Access and Preservation," Sponsored by the Westchester County Archives and the Westchester County Historical Society, November 6, 2006, Yorktown Heights, NY

  206. "Digital Archives:  Past, Present, and Future," Connecticut Chapter of ARMA, November 28, 2006, Wallingford, CT.

  207. "Triage in the Archival ER:  Appraising Digital Records for Historical Value," ARMA/AIIM Long Island Chapter, February 13, 2007

  208. "Saving History:  Building a Foundation for Digital Preservation," Long Island Library Resources Council, April 26, 2007

  209. "Introduction to Archives."  Modern Archives Institute sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, June 2007, Washington, DC

  210. "To Digitize or Microfilm?:  Planning Alternative Media Projects," Catholic Archivist Group, September 26,2007, Montreal, Canada.

  211. "Tightening the Connections:  Partnering with IT to Ensure Compliance and Preservation of Digital Records," Central New York Chapter of ARMA, February 7, 2008, Syracuse, NY.

  212. "Managing Electronic Records:  Applying Principles from the Records Management and Archival Professions," Workshop presented jointly by the Frankfort-Bluegrass and Louisville ARMA Chapters, April 16, 2008, Louisville, KY.

  213. "Seven Steps to a Successful Records Retention Program," Lorman Seminar on "Document Retention and Destruction," June 13, 2008, Garden City, NY.

  214. "Vital Records Planning and Recovery:  Post-September 11, Lorman Seminar on "Document Retention and Destruction," June 13, 2008, Garden City, NY.

  215. "Using the A*CENSUS Data for Benchmarking:  The Case for Corporate Archives," SAA, August 28, 2008, San Francisco, CA.

  216. "Digital Preservation:  Challenges and Benefits," AIIM Wednesday Webinar, October 15, 2008.

  217. "Seven Steps to a Successful Records Retention Program," Lorman Seminar on "Document Retention and Destruction," December 3, 2008, Plainview, NY.

  218. "Vital Records Planning and Recovery:  Post-September 11, Lorman Seminar on "Document Retention and Destruction," December 3, 2008, Plainview, NY.

  219. "Introduction to Archives."  Modern Archives Institute sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, June 1, 2009, Washington, DC

  220. "Seven Steps to a Successful Records Retention Program," Lorman Seminar on "Document Retention and Destruction," June 26, 2009, Garden City, NY.

  221. "Vital Records Planning and Recovery:  Post-September 11, Lorman Seminar on "Document Retention and Destruction," June 26, 2009, Garden City, NY.

  222. "The Academy of Certified Archivists at 20," Keynote Speaker at the Academy of Certified Archivists' 20th Anniversary Celebration, August 13, 2009, Austin, TX.

  223. "Archival Certification:  Past, Present, and Future," Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists, August 14, 2009, Austin, TX.

  224. "We Remember:  Government and Cultural Memory,"  Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference, May 1, 2010, Wilmington, DE (Chair and Commentator)

  225. "Federal Electronic Records Management:  A Status Report," U.S. House of Representatives, Information Policy, Census, and National Archives Subcommittee of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, June 17,2010, Washington, DC.

  226. "Seven Steps to a Successful Records Retention Program," ARMA Northeast Region Leadership Development Conference, May 20, 2011, Mashantucket, CT.

  227. "Introduction to Archives."  Modern Archives Institute sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, June 6, 2011, Washington, DC

  228. "Records Management and Information Governance:  The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship," ARMA Central New York Chapter, November 15, 2011, Syracuse, NY.

  229. "Digital Preservation for the Rest of Us:  The Small Repository and Digital Records," University of Massachusetts, Boston, December 1, 2011, Boston, MA

  230. "Records Management and Information Governance:  The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship," ARMA Boston Chapter, January 19, 2012, Boston, MA.

  231. "Introduction to Archives."  Modern Archives Institute sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, June 4, 2012, Washington, DC.

  232. "Records Management and Information Governance:  The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship," ARMA/ AIIM  Long Island Chapter, March 14, 2013, Hicksville, NY.

  233. "Introduction to Archives."  Modern Archives Institute sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, June 3, 2013, Washington, DC.

  234. Western Archives Institute, Principal Instructor, July 7-19, 2013, Riverside, CA.

  235. "Introduction to Archives."  Modern Archives Institute sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, June 2, 2014, Washington, DC.

  236. “Records Integrity and Accessibility of Electronic Records Over the Long Term,” Judicial Records Forum co-sponsored by the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. (A.R.T.), the Sedona Conference, the Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) and the Philip D. Reed Chair, Fordham University Law School, June 4, 2014, New York, NY.

  237. Principal Instructor, Georgia Archives Institute, June 8-13, 2015, Atlanta, GA.

  238. The American Archivist and the National Archives and Records Administration, National Archives Forum, February 29, 2016, Washington, DC.
     


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