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Adina L. Riggins

As University Archivist, I am charged with the following responsibilities: 1. Collect, arrange, describe, and preserve documents and other media related to the history of UNCW and Wilmington College. 2. Actively solicit new materials for archives from faculty, staff, and students, including the creation of oral histories and videotaped interviews. 3. Enhance access to the University Archives collection by creating finding aids, overseeing the cataloging of archival materials, and creating Web resources. 4. Catalog A/V materials for Special Collections. 5. Publicize and promote the University Archives by creating exhibits and other learning opportunities.

There are 4 included publications by Adina L. Riggins :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Faculty scholarship collections: Identifying, capturing, archiving, and accessing history 2001 620 ABSTRACT. It has long been the mission of faculty to add to the world’s intellectual base. Academic libraries have the opportunity to play a key role in the acquisition, preservation and management of faculty intellectual product. The goal of this ar...
[Review of the book Appraising moving images: Assessing the archival and monetary value of film and video resources] 2009 412 Sam Kula, renowned film archivist, opens Appraising Moving Images: Assessing the Archival and Monetary Value of Film and Video Records with a provocative statement: "In archives, the only thing that really matters is the quality of the collections; a...
[Review of the book The film preservation guide: The basics for archives, libraries, and museums] 2006 118 The Film Preservation Guide: The Basics for Archives, Libraries, and Museums presents a hands-on introduction to the art and science of film preservation while offering a sidelong glimpse of selected projects funded by the National Film Preservation ...
[Review of the book The image of librarians in cinema, 1917-1999] 2009 507 Introduction: The Image of Librarians in Cinema, 1917-1999 by Ray Tevis and Brenda Tevis is a discussion of virtually all U.S. and British feature films from the 20th century with librarians in the cast (termed ‘reel librarians’). This study was au...