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Welcome to the UnOfficial Wiki of the 2008 SAA Annual Meeting in San Francisco!
This Wiki is for learning about and discussing the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) in San Francisco, CA, August 26-30. You're invited to exchange information about sessions, meetings, the exhibit and trade show, other events, and the city of San Francisco. Planning, discussions, networking and post-meeting recapping are encouraged. Your experience is a vital part of the Annual Meeting - please contribute!
Be sure also to visit the SAA Annual Meeting Site, which is a rich source of information. Session speakers can submit materials to be hosted there. It's also the best place to find out about changes to the program. If you find a program change on the SAA site that isn't reflected in the wiki, please consider updating the wiki or asking someone else to do so. See below the #Note from the SAA Program Committee about the Wiki.
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Note from the Program Committee about the Wiki:
On behalf of the SAA 2008 Program Committee, we’d like to express our gratitude and support for the development of this year’s UnOfficial Wiki and offer our encouragement to SAA meeting goers and others to share information and ideas about the program. This is a fabulous resource for anyone participating in or planning to attend the meeting (which we hope you all will!), but its usefulness will extend well beyond that, of course, as content develops. We thank the wiki creators, too, for pointing readers to the regularly-updated program information available through the SAA’s annual meeting site. The Web presence for this year’s conference – both official and "un" combined -- has taken some dramatic steps forward, and we are pleased to be among the beneficiaries of this "r/evolution." Hope to see you in San Francisco soon,