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Preservation Intensive Institute course added

From: Michele Valerie Cloonan <mcloonan>
Date: Wednesday, May 18, 1994
For the 1994 UCLA Preservation Intensive Institute, an additional course
will be offered, to be taught by Beverly P. Lynch.  The following is a
brief course description:

The Politics of Preservation

An intensive, interactive seminar for 20 mid-level managers with
responsibility for the library's preservation program.

The seminar will consider a variety of management issues placed in the
context of the organizational environment in which preservation officers

Most participants will hold the title of Preservation Officer or
Assistant Preservation Officer.  Participants should have experience in
key areas of management including budgeting and the supervision of

Topics include

    *   The politics of the library and the organization

    *   The library's vision, the reality of that vision, the placement
        of preservation in that vision

    *   Strategic planning; its strengths and weaknesses for the
        Preservation Program

    *   financial management

    *   human resource management

Participants will lead course seminars which will investigate their own
or other case studies; the emphasis will be on real situations placed in
a theoretical framework.  Some reading will be required in advance of
the seminar.

For more general information about the Preservation Intensive Institute,
please contact Michele Cloonan or Karen Gracy at UCLA by telephone
(310-206-9366) or e-mail (mcloonan [at] gslis__ucla__edu).  If you have
specific questions about the course outlined above, you may contact
Beverly Lynch directly at 310-825-8799.

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