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Through SGA’s affordable educational programming, publications, and outreach initiatives, the Society provides its members with the information, training, and support needed to stay current on the latest developments in the records-keeping field. Become a member and learn more about how you can get involved with SGA!

Provenance seeks articles, case studies, and review essays for its upcoming issues. First-time authors are especially encouraged to submit articles for consideration. Editorial staff are happy to work with authors to review potential topics and drafts of articles.

For more information on submissions, please view the Submit Article page on the journal’s Digital Commons platform.

Provenance, journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists, primarily focuses on the theory and practice of the archival profession. Recent issues have included such topics as archival education; electronic records; automation; imaging; appraisal of university records; moving archives; management of audiovisual, photograph, oral history, and map materials; military archives; documentary editing; research use of archives; case studies in appraising congressional papers; ethics; and descriptive standards.

Information on the journal’s mission, submission process and back issues can be found on its Digital Commons site, hosted by Kennesaw State University

In accordance with applicable law, we collect tax in all states. Sales tax is applied to the total amount of the order and is based on the shipment's destination state and local sales tax rates. Applicable sales tax is charged for electronically delivered products where required by local law. These items are considered to be "shipped" to the address that your order was billed to.

If your order has been charged tax and you are a tax exempt organization we will refund the tax portion of your purchase if we receive the request and all necessary paperwork within 120 days after an order was placed.  To apply for a refund of the tax portion of your order please follow the procedure below: 

1.  Place your order.

2.  Forward a copy of the received invoice along with a copy of your tax exempt certificate to:

          Email: estorecancel.sbi@sheridan.com - Attn: Tax Exempt
          Fax: 734.385.1689 - Attn: Tax Exempt

3.  Once your tax information is received, a refund will be issued for the taxes if the order meets the requirements for tax exemption.

A charge will immediately appear on your bank statement under the name "Sheridan".

Please use our Contact Us form or the form in the Online eBook for all technical-related questions. A representative will respond to your question within 24-48 business hours.

In accordance with applicable law, we collect tax in all states. Sales tax is applied to the total amount of the order and is based on the shipment's destination state and local sales tax rates. Applicable sales tax is charged for electronically delivered products where required by local law. These items are considered to be "shipped" to the address that your order was billed to.

Please confirm all purchases before you complete them as we are unable to provide refunds for digital content. If you need assistance with your purchase or would like to return printed materials please contact us using our Contact Us form or you may email us at estore.support@sheridan.com.

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