Panel 2: Open Access or Sensitive Information? Thinking Through Policy Making for Archival Collections that Include a Mixture of Legal Records, Professional Papers, and Indigenous Knowledge Sat, 16 Feb 2019 11:45am (15m) (global) - Ellen-Rae Cachola, University of Hawai’i School of Law Library

My presentation will discuss standards regarding information access and use that inform policy making at the University of Hawaii School of Law Library Archives. Specifically, I address general principles of the Montreal Declaration of "Free Access to Law," along with the Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Archival Services Policy, and the Protocols for Native American Archives. Thinking through these principles, I will share some ideas developed at the UH Law Library’s archive to work through concerns regarding open access, copyright, privacy and culturally sensitive items relating to various Indigenous Pacific Islander’s knowledge.

Ellen-Rae Cachola (Evening Supervisor & Archives Manager at University of Hawaiʻi School of Law Library) Honolulu

Ellen-Rae Cachola is the Evening Supervisor and Archives Manager at the University of Hawaiʻi School of Law Library, and lecturer at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Department of Ethnic Studies. Ellen-Rae received her Ph.D. in Information Studies, specializing in Archival Studies, from the University of California at Los Angeles. She served as the Project Manager of the Archival Education Research Institute from 2010-2014, which has been dedicated to creating the next generation of Archival doctorates, particularly from under-represented communities within the library and archival fields.

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