Keywords

UCF Libraries; Special Collections & University Archives; African Americana; Book Arts & Typography; Caribbean West Indies; Floridiana; Travel & Tourism; CALA; CALA Southeast Chapter 2016 Fall Program (Orlando); Chinese American Librarians Association

Description

Presented at the 2016 Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) Southeast Chapter Meeting, Rollins College, Orlando, FL. September 23, 2016.

Abstract

David Benjamin joined the UCF Libraries as Head of Special Collections & University Archives in September 2015. David comes from the University of Arizona where he was the Assistant Director of the Volkerding Study Center at the Center for Creative Photography. Prior to that he was the Visual Materials Archivist at the Wisconsin Historical Society. In this presentation, he provides an overview of the department’s collections as well as talks about what it has been like getting to know a diverse collection of materials in his first year at UCF.

Publication Date

9-23-2016

Original Citation

Benjamin, David (2016). Getting to know SCUA. CALA Southeast Chapter 2016 Fall Program, Orlando, Sept. 23, 2016.

Document Type

Conference Presentation

Language

English

Publication Title

Chinese American Librarians Association

Venue

CALA Southeast Chapter 2016 Fall Program: "Visiting a Library, a Museum or a Cultural Institution in Your City" and "Discovering Chinese Images, Representations and Heritage." Olin Library, Rollins College, Orlando, FL.

Venue Date

2016-09-23

Rights

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

College

Information Technologies & Resources

Location

Orlando (Main) Campus

Department

University Libraries

Subjects

Libraries--Special collections; Archives; Archival materials; Digital libraries; Digital libraries--Collection development; University of Central Florida. Library



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