Coker Award recognizes projects that involve innovative developments in archival description that have a substantial impact on descriptive practice. Duff, Elizabeth Yakel and Helen Tibbo. Born-digital records and social media have created an archival universe that no longer follows traditional hierarchical approaches to description and has altered the world of access.
Santa Barbara, Calif. Community Archives Book chapters Wendy M.
Melbourne: Monash University Press, Citing examples of collaborative projects and techniques, Duff and Haskell encourage a reworking of the traditional model and raise important questions regarding the implications of such projects and the need for professional guidelines for dealing with ethical issues and privacy. The C.
Winner of the Ernest Posner Award. Anne J.
Wendy M. Heather MacNeil and Terry Eastwood. Wendy M Duff and Kate Cumming.
Supervision Jean Dryden, PhD, — Duff and David Wallace eds. Duff and Elizabeth Yakel. I served as a member of the Working Group, In their article, Duff and Haskell explore a more radical approach to user engagement by drawing on the concept of the rhizome, an open, nonhierarchical, and acentric system.