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Special Collections and Archives instruction and research, Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives, internships, information about primary sources and historical resources.

Brief CV

Education:

- Certified Archivist, Academy of Certified Archivists, 2007

- Master of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, 2005

- Master of Arts degree in English Literature, Miami University, 2003. Thesis: The censorship of lesbian literature in the 1920s and 1930s.

- Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature, Miami University, 1996

Research and Professional Interests:

Hops and brewing history, community archiving, post-custodialism, teaching, social media, manuscripts and personal papers.

Pubs-presentations

Selected Publications:

Edmunson-Morton, T.K. (2015). Tap into History: the Birth of a Hops & Brewing Archives at the OSU Library. In Kate Theimer (Eds.), Appraisal and Acquisition: Innovative Practice in Archives & Special Collection. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.

Edmunson-Morton, Tiah K. (2013) Review of Archival Arrangement and Description. Journal of Western Archives (4, 1).

Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/westernarchives/vol4/iss1/4/

Fernández, N., & Edmunson-Morton, T., (2012). Women of the Oregon Multicultural Archives. Oregon Historical Quarterly (113, 3). 

Edmunson-Morton, Tiah K. (2011) Review of Many Happy Returns: Advocacy and the Development of Archives. Journal of Western Archives (2, 1).

Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/westernarchives/vol2/iss1/6

Bridges, L., & Edmunson-Morton T.K. (2011). Image-Seeking Preferences Among Undergraduate Novice Researchers. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (6, 1). 

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2009). Tagging and Folksonomies: A case study comparison of Flickr and CONTENTdm in the Oregon State University Archives. In J. Gordon Daines III & Cory L. Nimer (Eds.), The Interactive Archivist: Case Studies in Utilizing Web 2.0 to Improve the Archival Experience. Chicago: Society of American Archivists.

Selected Presentations:

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2016). Growing the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives: How fundraising connects past, present, and community. Oregon Library Association Conference, Bend, OR.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2016). Recreating a legacy lager: Connecting past, present, and community through historic beer. Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Tacoma, WA.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2015). The making of OHBA Stories: Professional engagement, community archiving, and video production. Western History Association Conference, Portland, OR.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2015). Building a beer archive, serious research business: Archivist as historian / research as collection development. Western Roundup Conference, Denver, CO. 

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2015). Breaking Down Professional Barriers: Collaborations between Historians and Archivists. National Council on Public History Conference, Nashville, TN. 

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2015). Hops history in Lane County: deep roots, personal connections (poster session). Northwest Anthropological Conference, Eugene, OR. 

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2014). One bourbon, one wine, one beer: academic alcohol archives that document the cultural history of a community. NW Archivists Conference, Spokane, WA.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2014). Building a Sustainable Archive to Document a Food and Farming Movement: the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives on Engaging an Engaged Community (poster session). Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History, Monterey, CA.  

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2011). History, walking, pictures, fun technologies? Sign me up. Oregon State University Libraries’ BeaverTracks Project. Society of American Archivists Conference, Chicago, IL.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2011). NWA and SAA. Northwest Archivists Conference, Helena, MT.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2011). History, walking, pictures, fun technologies? Sign me up. Oregon State University Libraries’ BeaverTracks Project. Society of American Archivists National Conference, Chicago, IL.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2011). NWA and SAA. Northwest Archivists Conference, Helena, MT.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. & Bridges, L. (2011). Undergrads And Image Searching: What Are They Doing? What Do They Need? Where Do We Fit? Online Northwest Conference, Corvallis, OR.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2010). The Flickr Experience: A View from the OSU Archives. Western Round-up, Seattle, WA.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2009). The Flickr Commons Experience: The View from the Oregon State University Archives. Museum Computer Network Conference, Portland, OR.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2009). User-Generated Content: What Good Is It? Museum Computer Network Conference, Portland, OR.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2009). Web 2.0 Technologies: How to Make Them Work for You. National Conference Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, Portland, OR.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2008). Archives for the people and by the people: Exploring the dynamic, interactive, and changing nature of the relationship between archivist and user in a Web 2.0 world. Society of American Archivists National Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2008). Beyond usability testing: you've tested, written your report, shared your findings, now what? OCLC Western Digital Forum, Tacoma, WA. (Invited Speaker).

Edmunson-Morton, T. K. (2008). Innovation, Cooperation, Data, & a Good Set of Ears: Usability Testing & User Studies: Moving NWDA

Committees

Professional Associations and Committees:

NWA Publications and Communications Committee, Chair, 2012-present

Editor, Easy Access, 2011-2016

Northwest Archivists, Past-president, 2010-2011

Assistant Editor, Easy Access: News from the Northwest, 2007-2011

Northwest Archivists, President, 2009-2010

Oregon Archives Month Statewide Event Planning Committee, 2006-2009

Northwest Archivists, Vice-president/president-elect, 2008-2009

Emporia State University, Ethnic Diversity Initiative Mentor, 2007-2009

Northwest History and Heritage Extravaganza, Planning Committee Member & Program Chair, 2007-2009

Northwest Digital Archives Usability Design Working Group, Chair, 2006-2009

University Service:

Oregon State University Libraries Curriculum Council, member, 2013-present

Oregon State University Honors College Council, member, 2012-present

Oregon State University Vice Provost Award for Excellence Outreach and Engagement for Oregon Tribal Archives Initiative Project, 2012

Oregon Tribal Archives Institute Curriculum Planning Committee, 2012

Difference, Power, and Discrimination Faculty Development Seminar participant, 2011

OSU Libraries Research Skills Development team, 2007-present

OSU Libraries Usability Team, 2007-2009

OSU Libraries Awards Committee, Chair, 2007-2009

OSU Libraries Public Services Working Group, 2006-2007