*Early-bird registration for the New England Archivists Spring 2017 Meeting
<> opens Monday, January 16th.*
Save the date so you can register for “Changing Tides” in Hyannis,
Massachusetts and take part in a discussion of the many ways in which the
archival profession and the world around us are shifting.

 In addition to thought-provoking and informative sessions on Friday and
Saturday, we will offer
     -- two full-day workshops (Funding for Archives Work and the SAA
Workshop on the Fundamentals of Project Management)
     -- NEA’s first Born-Digital Boot Camp
     -- a Day of Service at the Bourne Historical Society
<> and the Sturgis Library in
     -- plenary talks by Michael Lesy
<> and K.J. Rawson

See the NEA website for a schedule-at-a-glance
<>, meeting rates
<>, and hotel and
travel information <>.

Come explore all that Cape Cod has to offer, even in the off-season. Sign
up for a tour of a local institution, and spend your down time in downtown
Hyannis where you’ll find countless restaurants, bars, and shops. Be part
of things on Cape Cod.

*Reserve your hotel room today:*
NEA has reserved a block of rooms at The Resort and Conference Center at
Hyannis <>. Call to reserve
a room at the NEA special rate ($115/night): (866) 828-9111 or (508)
775-7775 (reference the NEA Meeting).


If you are already a New England Archivists member, you are eligible to
apply to one of our two scholarships to help support NEA members attend the
annual spring meeting. Both scholarships cover the meeting registration fee
(at the early-bird rate) and up to $300 towards travel and hotel expenses.
-- The Meeting and Travel Scholarship
<> (for non-student members
-- The Susan J. Von Salis Student Meeting and Travel Scholarship
<> (for student members only)

Applications and supporting documentation must be submitted to the
Representatives-at-large ([log in to unmask]) by January
15, 2017.

See you on Cape Cod!

New England Archivists
Communications Committee