NEWS & UPDATES (2010)
December 12, 2010
eFIL moves back to our previously-occupied office space on the third floor of the Filipino Community Center.
July 22, 2010
Clement Bautista, eFIL administrator, conducts informational workshop on setting up a community-based digital archives, Establishing and Maintaining a Digital Archives: Lessons and Challenges, at the the 2010 Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) biennial conference, A Quest for Emergence: A Retrospective, held in Seattle, Washington (July 21-24, 2010). For PDF copy of presentation [click here].
Clement Bautista (standing) at digital archives workshop session with participants at 2010 FANHS conference. (Photo by Florante Ibanez)
May 27 - June 3, 2010
eFIL moves to new office space in the FilCom Center. Move will help FilCom lease formerly occupied office space. New eFIL space is FilCom Center's conference room. Website was offline during this move and transition period. Pictured below during move: Samuel Bautista (top), Gina Vergara-Bautista (middle photos), and Clement Bautista (bottom).
April 14, 2010
Oral history of Maui residents, Norma and Constance Arzaga, conducted by Patricia Brown is now available as part of the Filipino-American Historical Society of Hawaii's Unheard Voices Project. [go to Unheard Voices Project] [go to Norma and Constance Arzaga]
February 13, 2010
Gina Vergara-Bautista, eFIL archivist, conducts presentation, "Digital Archives - Expanding Our Reach," at the 2010 Association of Hawaii Archivists (AHA) conference. The conference was held at the Old Archives Building on the Iolani Palace grounds (Honolulu, HI).
Gina Vergara-Bautista (front, far left) with other participants at 2010 Association of Hawaii Archivists conference. (Photo by Andrew Wertheimer)
February 2, 2010
First digitized Filipino newspaper is now online. Ti Progresibo, a publication of the Union of Democratic Filipinos (Katipunan Demokratikong Pilipino, KDP), is available as a PDF file. This digital project has received funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, a federal agency. [go to Ti Progresibo] [go to IMLS page]
January 5, 2010
Second of three-part oral history of Pete Tagalog conducted by Melinda Tria Kerkvliet is now available as part of the Filipino-American Historical Society of Hawaii's Unheard Voices Project. [go to Unheard Voices Project] [go to Pete Tagalog]
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