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Session 201: Finding Aids 2.0: Meeting Users Where They Are by Rethinking Finding Aid Presentation
Thursday, August 28, 2008 - 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
 Speakers and Presentation Titles:
J. Gordon Daines, III (Chair), University Archivist, Brigham Young University - "What Do You Mean It Doesn’t Make Sense? Redesigning Finding Aids from the Users’ Perspective"
Cory Nimer, Manuscripts Cataloger, Brigham Young University - "What Do You Mean It Doesn’t Make Sense? Redesigning Finding Aids from the Users’ Perspective"
Tiah Edmunson-Morton, Reference Archivist, Oregon State University - "Archives for the People and by the People: Exploring the Dynamic, Interactive, and Changing Nature of the Relationship Between Archivist and User in a Web 2.0 World" Click here for the text of T Edmunson-Morton's presentation
Jill Katte, Duke University - "Why Can’t I Click on This? Levels of Description, Variable Access, and User Experience"
 Comments, Discussions and Further Information:
This session explored the ramifications of new Web 2.0 technologies for archivists and was very well attended (530 individuals).