The Symposium program is now online for the 2016 ACA@UBC Seminar & Symposium on Preserving Liquid Communication! The Symposium takes place on February 12th and the there are also two Seminar days on February 10th and 11th.

Symposium speakers:

Amelia Acker (University of Pittsburgh): Mobile Records, Social Media, and Recent Trends in Records Destruction
Kate Theimer (ArchivesNext): Gaps in the Past and Gaps in the Future: Archival Silences and Social Media
Peter Meisner and Houston White (UBC Public Affairs): Digital and Social Media at UBC Public Affairs
Jenny Wang (Renmin University of China): Social Media and Archival Access in China
Erin O’Meara (Gates Archive): No More Waiting for Godot: Archival Practice in the Age of Social Media and Hosted Platforms
Babak Hamidzadeh (University of Maryland): What Can and Should be Preserved in Social Media Communications, and How!
Greg Bak (University of Manitoba): Constructing Ephemerality: The Bitstream and the Cloud
Patricia Klambauer: Web Archiving and the National Archival Collection: Capturing the Everyday Record

See full details about the Symposium and Seminars and register online now at acasymposium2016.sites.olt.ubc.ca

Also, you can submit your questions for the Seminars at acasymposium2016.sites.olt.ubc.ca/submit-question or you can also submit questions to our Twitter account at @ACAUBC or by tweeting using the hashtag #acaubc2016