LACCHA annual meeting: Translations of presentation slides

As published in the 2014 LACCHA annual meeting agenda, we will be hosting speakers from Honduras and Ecuador. In the coming days, we will be making all of the slides and presentation scripts available translated into English.

Please take a moment to download and bring your copy of the English translations with you to the annual meeting. Q & A sessions will be live-translated by LACCHA volunteers.

Translations for slides from presentations by Nilda López Fernández, Dilcia Mayella Valle, and Magda A. Sánchez Espinoza and Alexander Flores.


2014 LACCHA annual meeting agenda

The annual LACCHA meeting is right around the corner! Join us on Friday, August 15 at 4 5:30 p.m. at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, meeting room Virginia C. During the meeting we will be announcing the passage of the new by-laws document, new Jr. Co-Chair and presentations by attendees from Honduras and Ecuador. Please see the agenda below for more information:


4:00-4:30 p.m.:

  • Announcements and roundtable business: passage of new by-laws document; election of new Junior Co-Chair; appointment of special 1-year Web Communications Liaison.
  • Member news and reports

4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.: Presentations

  • Nilda Lopez Fernandez, Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de Honduras. “Los Archivos de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores de Honduras, su rescate, ordenamiento reciente y futuro” [The archives of the Secretariat of Foreign Relations of Honduras: their rescue, organization and future]
  • Dilcia Mayela Valle, Directora de Archivos del Poder Judicial de Honduras. “Rescate y Reorganización Documental” [Rescue and reorganization of archives]
  • Magda Aracely Sanchez Espinoza, Coordinadora Unidad Digital de Información, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH). Alexander J. Flores Moncada, Especialista en Planificacion y Gestion de Proyectos, UNAH. “La UNAH y su contribución al rescate, preservación, acceso y visibilidad del patrimonio documental de Honduras” [The National Autonomous University of Honduras and its contribution to the rescue, preservation, access and visibility of Honduras’ cultural heritage]
  • Gloria Añazco, Dirección de Promoción Cultural e Interculturalidad, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores y Movilidad Humana de Ecuador.

Presentations will be presented in Spanish with English translations distributed ahead of time on the LACCHA microsite. Spanish-English speaking audience members will also be identified to provide “whisper” translations during the presentations. Q & A sessions will be simultaneously translated.

5:30 p.m.: Adjourn