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Alexis Antracoli

Records Management Archivist

Alexis leads the Libraries records management initiative and creates solutions for acquiring, processing, and preserving electronic records. She works closely with University records creators to help them design and implement solutions for managing records and complying with Drexel’s Record Retention Policy.

Before arriving at Drexel, Alexis worked at the University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library in both the University Archives and Michigan Historical Collections divisions. She gained experience collaborating with University records keepers and curating and providing access to both paper and digital records. Her research and professional interests include records management in higher education settings, practical solutions for electronic records, and the arrangement and description of hybrid manuscript collections.

L42, Hagerty Library
  • M. S. I., Archives and Records Management, University of Michigan
  • Ph.D., American History, Brandeis University
  • M. A., History, University of Connecticut
  • B. A., History, Boston College
  • “How Much Context Do I Really Need?: Arranging and Describing a Hybrid Manuscript Collection.” Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, August 2012.
  • “Podcasts in the Archives: Archiving Podcasting Content at the University of Michigan.” Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 2010.
  • “Podcasts in the Archives: Archiving Podcasting Content at the University of Michigan.” Campus Case Studies. 12 (July 2010).
  • “Review of American Signed Bindings through 1876.” Libraries and the Cultural Record. 43:3 (2008).

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