ASIS&T Presents ...  

The Arizona Memory Project Webinar
Original Broadcast Date:  March 18, 2013

The Arizona Memory Project was begun in 2006 as a platform for the Arizona State Library's substantial digital holdings (legal documents and photographs). Shortly after its launch, it was offered as a platform to other libraries, non-profits, historical societies, schools, et al, that didn't have the resources to launch digital online exhibits. As the project grew and as the state neared its Centennial, the Arizona Memory Project became recognized not only a valuable resource for smaller organizations, but also as an established and valued platform for any organization wanting to join a consortium for sharing Arizona-related history and culture. 

The Arizona Memory Project continues to grow and currently has over 125 digital exhibits made up of over 80,000 digital objects - photos, documents, maps, audio and video. 

This presentation will describe the early stages of the project, its growth and some plans for the future.


Richard ProutyRichard Prouty
Richard Prouty is a librarian and project manager with the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. He has worked on the Arizona Memory Project since its inception in 2006 and has served as manager of the project for the last five years. Richard is a graduate of the University of Arizona's School of Information Resources and Library Science, and for 20 years prior to library school worked in IT. 


 Webinar Pricing and Registration 
ASIS&T Members: Free             Non-Members: $10 
Non-members, once your payment has been processed, you will be emailed a specific link to view the recorded webinar.