Third Thursdays #2: Get ready for March!

The second edition of our monthly conversation series, Third Thursdays, will be held on Thursday, March 17, from 11:30am-1:30pm US Central Time— that’s right, St. Patrick’s Day!  On the third Thursday of each month, mark your calendar to join us here on the Section blog for Third Thursdays Appraisal Conversations— for what we hope will be lively and informative discussion.

Our conversation for March will focus on these questions, all centered around learning and the important archival function of appraisal:

  • Where do you learn about appraisal?
  • What is the most provocative, useful, or thoughtful comment that you have read (or heard) about appraisal from others?
  • What advice would you give to a new archivist who is interested in learning more about appraisal?

Please help us make this a conversation that connects with your interests!

This asynchronous conversation is scheduled for Thursday, March 17th, from 11:30am-1:30pm US Central Standard Time. Bring your questions, challenges, concerns, and thoughts about appraisal so that we can all learn from each other!
If you can’t join us on that day and want to send us your thoughts in advance, you can do so here:  http://goo.gl/forms/NZgMs16G0y

Did you miss our February conversation? You can read the responses and our wrap up here:

https://appraisalsaa.wordpress.com/2016/02/18/third-thursdays-1/

https://appraisalsaa.wordpress.com/2016/02/19/third-thursday-1-wrap-up/

We’ll also be tweeting about this– follow us on Twitter if you don’t already! https://twitter.com/AppraisalSAA

This is an experiment, so let us know what you think!

    -SAA Appraisal & Acquisition Steering Committee

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