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PALA 2013

Join us at the Pennsylvania Library Association’s 2013 Conference

The PaLA Conference will take place October 20-23, 2013 at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort located in southwestern Pennsylvania. This event draws librarians from across the state for the educational and networking opportunities to take place during the conference.

We hope you will join our Accessible Archives representatives at PA Libraries: Architects of Change. We will be in booth 106 in the Exhibit Hall during PaLA Conference’s exhibit days of October 21 and 22, 2013.

If you would like to schedule a meeting, please let us know.

PALA 2013 Preliminary Exhibit Floor Plan

PALA 2013 Preliminary Exhibit Floor Plan

Accessible Archives at JCLC 2012

Thanks for stopping by at JCLC 2012!

We’d like to offer a heartfelt thank you to BCALA’s members who stopped by our booth during last week’s second Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (JCLC).

A description of our collections can be found at: https://www.accessible-archives.com/collections/

Free trials and webinars are available. Discounts are available for complete collections. BCALA members receive an additional 5% discount.

Please contact us for a quotation.

About Us

Founded in 1990, we utilize computer technology and a team of conversion specialists to provide vast quantities of archived historical information previously available only in microformat, hard copy or as images only.

Diverse primary source materials reflecting broad views across American history and culture have been assembled into comprehensive databases. Developed by dedicated instructors and students of Americana, our databases allow access to the rich store of materials from leading books, newspapers and periodicals then current.

We continue to add titles covering important topics and time periods to assist scholars and students at all academic levels. We have Unlimited Priorities LLC as its exclusive sales and marketing agent.


Join us at ALA Annual 2012 in Anaheim

Please join us at the American Libraries Association 2012 Annual Conference and Exhibition, Transforming Our Libraries Ourselves.

We will be in booth 1762 with our exclusive sales & marketing agent Unlimited Priorities.  We look forward to meeting you at the 2012 ALA Conference!  Please contact us for an appointment or drop by!


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Twitter at the #NGS2012 Family History Conference

Throughout the National Genealogical Society’s 2012 Family History Conference in Cincinnati there were dozens and dozens of people actively tweeting from the event.

These tweeting attendees and speakers provided a window into the event for the folks who were not able to attend.



Dick Eastman Stopped by our Booth at #NGS2012

Mr. Eastman provides a one-line bio for himself on his website that reads: Dick Eastman kept his first genealogy database on 80-column punch cards.

As short as that statement is, it really sums up the way Dick’s passion for technology and genealogy has helped to shape modern technology’s role in genealogy.

From blog.eogn.com:

By the early 1970’s, Dick was already using a mainframe computer to enter his family data on punch cards. He built his first home computer in 1980.

In the mid-1980s, Dick actually went knocking on the door of a rising online star called CompuServe to propose a genealogy forum: a move by which he built a community of family historians over the next 14 years. In late 1995, before most people had heard of the World Wide Web, Dick had a conversation with Pam Cerutti and expressed an interest in creating a weekly newsletter that he could e-mail to genealogists all over the world. Pam replied, “You’ll need an editor.” Dick agreed, and Pam instantly became that Editor.

On January 15, 1996, the two launched Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter as an e-mail publication and announced it to 100 surprised friends and acquaintances.  The present newsletter is read by more than 60,000 genealogists all over the world.

Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter is available in both a Standard and Plus Edition and you can subscribe to either at http://blog.eogn.com/.  Subscribe now and keep an eye out for Dick’s thoughts about Accessible Archives in an upcoming issue of the newsletter.

Follow Dick on Twitter at @dickeastman or on Facebook, or Google+.

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