PRESENTATIONS & MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS

PRESENTATIONS

  • If These Walls Could Talk: Researching Your Historic Home, Westcliff & Westcliff West Edition. Neighborhood Association, Fort Worth, TX. June 10, 2019.

  • Digital Tools: Teaching With Archives. Society of Southwestern Archivists, Tucson, AZ. May 16, 2019.

  • If These Walls Could Talk: Researching Your Historic Home. Mayor's Community Engagement Workshop, Fort Worth, TX. February 16, 2019.

  • We've Only Just Begun: Transitioning from Archivists' Toolkit to Hosted ArchivesSpace. Midwest Archives Conference, Chicago, IL. March 24, 2018.

  • Looking Forward to Look Back: Digital Preservation Planning. Academic Library Association of Ohio Annual Conference, Columbus, OH. October 27, 2017.

  • Save Your Memories - Personal Digital Archiving. Student Workshop, Dayton, OH. November 17, 2016.

  • Hands-on UD History. Student Workshop, Dayton, OH. October 13, 2016.

  • Personal Digital Archiving. Library Professional Development, Dayton, OH. March 31, 2016.

  • Ask the Archivist. Panel Member. Society of Ohio Archivists and Ohio Local History Alliance Meeting, Worthington, OH. October 2-3, 2015.

  • Primary Sources in East Texas Digital Archives & Collections. Invited to speak to Texas History elementary school teachers about utilizing the primary sources available through ETRC’s digital repository. October 2, 2012.

  • Viewshare & CONTENTdm. Invited to give a presentation at webinar focusing on customizations and extensions of CONTENTdm. September 27, 2012.

  • Personal Digital Archiving. Invited by the Timpson Genealogy group to speak to their members about protecting their digital memories. September 19, 2012.

  • Crossing into Consulting: Tale from the Trenches. Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 2012.

  • East Texas Digital Archives & Collections. Poster, Bright Ideas Conference. Nacogdoches, TX, April 2012.

  • Project Don’t Runaway. Southwest CONTENTdm User Group Conference, Amigos Library Services & OCLC. Houston, TX, December 2011.

  • Organized Chaos: Using a workflow to maintain control over digital material. Digital Preservation: What’s Now, What Next, Amigos Library Services. Online, August 2011.

  • Arthur Weaver: Standing Tall. Black History Month Celebration, African American Heritage Project & East Texas Historical Association, Nacogdoches, TX, February 14, 2010.

  • The Importance of Oral Histories. Northway Landing. Nacogdoches, TX, November 2009.

  • African American Heritage Project at the ETRC. Black History Month Celebration, African American Heritage Project & East Texas Historical Association, Nacogdoches, TX. February 2009.

  • Public History in Nacogdoches County. East Texas Historical Association Conference. Nacogdoches, TX, September 2008.

  • Mahdeen: The story of a Nacogdoches Company. Poster, Bright Ideas Conference. Nacogdoches, TX, April 2008.


PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Ainsworth, Kyle, Jennifer Brancato, and Linda Reynolds. "I Found It in East Texas: The Role of the East Texas Research Center in the Public's History." East Texas Historical Journal, Spring 2012.

  • Brancato, Jennifer. "#AskAnArchivist on October 30!" University Libraries Blog, University of Dayton Libraries. October 27, 2014.

  • Brancato, Jennifer. "UD Alumna and Local TV Personality Bette Rogge Morse." University Libraries Blog, University of Dayton Libraries. January 23, 2015.

  • Diarra, Bemba and Jennifer Brancato. "American Archives Month." University Libraries Blog, University of Dayton Libraries.  October 15, 2013.

  • Milligan, Joan and Jennifer Brancato. "1485 Bible Added to Rare Books Collection." University Libraries Blog, University of Dayton Libraries.  February 18, 2014.

  • Owens, Trevor. "Better Know a Viewshare: Exploring Texas Funeral Records." The Signal, Digital Preservation Blog, Library of Congress, April 18, 2012. Interviewed about using Viewshare, a program developed by the Library of Congress.

  • "The Power of Collaboration." Archival Outlook, September/October 2011. Interviewed about the first annual I Found It In The Archives! contest. An ETRC patron won the national competition that year.