Hawai`i State Digital Archives, Digital Preservation and Digitization Projects Tour

ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents : Hawai`i State Digital Archives, Digital Preservation and Digitization Projects Tour

Dr. Adam Jansen, State Archivist, will talk about the Hawai`i State Digital Archives and digital preservation; demo the Digital Archives and provide a tour of the $500,000 grant funded digitization project. Come and see cutting edge technology and highly skilled staff scanning fragile historical records and building the digital archives system.

Core Competency: Information Technology, Risk Management, RIM/IG Practice

I ali`i no ke ali`i i ke kanaka (A chief is a chief because of the people): Justice and Accountability through Access to the records of Hawai`i’s Governments, a joint project with Hawai’i State Archives, Hawaiinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge at the University of Hawai`i – Manoa, Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation, Awaiaulu Literature Project, Hawai’i State Department of Education’s Office of Hawaiian Education, Honolulu Museum of Art, Washington Place, and Royal Order of Kamehameha I, is funded by the Council on Library and Information Resources. The digitization project focuses on the earliest governance records of Hawai`i, from the Hawaiian Kingdom through the overthrow of the Monarchy up to its annexation by the United States in 1900. A major emphasis of the project is on providing online access to ‘Olelo Hawai`i (Hawaiian Language) records from the Hawaiian Kingdom due to their ongoing cultural, as well as legal, importance. Hawai`i State Archives is building a Digital Archives system for launch that will enable the Hawai`i State Archives to preserve and make accessible for public research digital records of enduring historical, legal and fiscal value. What: Interactive Educational Seminar and Tour

When: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
11:30 am-1:00 pm
Cost: Free
Where: Hawaii State Archives 364 S. King Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
RSVP by:Friday, January 24, 2020 at armahawaii.org

Space is limited so please register ASAP.
Metered parking at the State Capitol, along Richards Street, and Iolani Palace Grounds.

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