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Have you gotten a chance to look over the New England Archivists' Spring
2016‚Äč Meeting program? If you haven't -- you may be

‚Äčinterested by how many unique types of sessions and events are planned.



Here are some you may have missed:

Friday afternoon stop by "A Little on a Lot: Lightning Talks on an
Assortment of Archival Topics
<http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/spring2016#session3>" for four
fast-paced talks that will get you a lot of information on open access,
special collections, and new reference tools all in one big data blitz.

Join us at the "Brainstorming the Challenges of Work-Life Balance
<http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/spring2016#se6>" on both Friday and
Saturday afternoons to tell us your ideas and solutions for how NEA can
help balance your professional and personal lives.

Saturday morning make sure to go to "Exploring the Unexplained: Mysteries,
Monsters, and Archives
<http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/spring2016#session4>" to discover the
most unusual crossovers with archives and archivists. Learn everything
there is to know about bigfoot, jackalopes, alien abductions, and
archivists.

Check out the full program on NEA's website
<http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/spring2016>.


NEA SPRING 2016 MEETING
Uncharted Waters
Thursday, March 31 -- Saturday April 2
Inn by the Bay Hotel in Portland, Maine

Advanced registration <http://newenglandarchivists.org/event-2106874>
available online through Friday March 25 (walk-ins welcome beginning on
Friday April 1). Check out the NEA website for links to the three-day
program <http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/spring2016>, directions, and
interesting information on things to do in Portland
<http://www.newenglandarchivists.org/Hotel-&-Parking-Info>. Follow us for
quick updates on Twitter <https://twitter.com/nearchivists> and Facebook
<https://www.facebook.com/NewEnglandArchivists>.

See you in Portland!


New England Archivists
Communications Committee