The 2013 AAO Conference was held in Ottawa, Ontario from May 29-31, 2013. It was hosted by the AAO's AAO-E Chapter.
The conference theme was Digital v Traditional Formats: Should You, When Could You, and Why on Earth Would You?Conference Program (PDF)
Thank you to all who attended the Archives Association of Ontario's 2013 Conference! A special thanks to our excellent local hosts and conference committees, the Local Arrangements Committee and the Conference Programming Committee, as well as all conference volunteers, presenters and sponsors. The conference was an incredible success because of your hard work and support!
- For the Archivist Association of Ontario Conference, May, 2013 by Charles Levi, PhD
- The University of Regina's Use of Digitization as an Access Tool by Mark Vajčner, University of Regina
- Creating a Digital Scholarship Unit at the University of Toronto Scarborough by Sara Allain, Librarian, Kelli Babcock, Special Projects Librarian, and Paulina Rousseau, Digital Scholarship Librarian
- Digital Records, Potential Slayers by Rachel Barton, Archivist, Archives of Ontario
- Preserving Audio-Visual heritage: a National Archives of Zimbabwe (NAZ) Perspective by Amos Bishi (Archivist)
- Managing the MHSO Digital Archive Project by Cathy Leekam – Program Manager, Winston Loui – IT Manager - Multicultural History Society of Ontario
- Digital Archiving: Indiana Jones Meets Dr. Who Or Who Is This Medium and Why Is She Trying to Send Me a Message? by Daniel S. Rosen
- Preservation and Safety: Managing our Negative Collections by Michelle Goodridge
- Proceedings of the AAO Awards Banquet, 30 May 2013, Ottawa, Ontario by Brian P. N. Beaven
- Digital vs. traditional formats: should you, could you, and why on earth would you? Part 1 by Library and Archives Canada
- Digital vs. traditional formats: should you, could you, and why on earth would you? Part 2 by Library and Archives Canada
- Digital vs. traditional formats: should you, could you, and why on earth would you? Part 4 by Library and Archives Canada