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

Tiah Edmunson-Morton

Archivist for Instruction and Outreach, Curator Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives

Phone: (541) 737-7387
Primary Duties:

OSU Special Collections and Archives Research Center instruction program and internship program coordinator; OSU Special Collections and Archives Research Center social media projects director, curator Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives. 

Subjects: OSU Special Collections and Archives Instruction, Internships, Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives

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.

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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