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Seminars on visual resources

From: Karen Novick <knovick>
Date: Monday, March 4, 1996
Visual Resources Seminars
Rutgers University

This spring, come hear nationally recognized speakers Jim Lindner
and Christine Sundt in central New Jersey.

Magnetic Tape Deterioration: Tidal Wave at Our Shore
Thursday, May 23, 1996
East Brunswick, NJ

    Jim Lindner, president of Vidipax, a company providing magnetic
    media analysis, restoration, and conservation, will discuss how
    to handle, store, and preserve the valuable magnetic tapes in
    your collection; how to establish priorities for preservation;
    cleaning and remastering tapes; changes in technology and
    practice. $95 registration fee includes lunch.

Preserving Slides and Transparencies: Today's Realities and
    Tomorrow's Technologies
Friday, May 24, 1996
East Brunswick, NJ

    Christine Sundt, Visual Resources Curator at the University of
    Oregon, author of Conservation Practices for Slide and
    Photograph Collections, and columnist for VRA Bulletin, will
    present this one day program which will cover how to
    troubleshoot common problems with color and black and white
    slides; environmental requirements for viewing and storage;
    masking and mounting film in glass binders; choosing supplies,
    equipment, and furnishings for slides.  $95 registration fee
    includes lunch.

For more information, or for a registration form, send your postal
address to knovick [at] scils__rutgers__edu or call Rutgers SCILS
Professional Development Studies at 908-932-7169.

Both programs will be held at the Ramada Inn, Route 18, East
Brunswick, NJ.  Special Rutgers rate for rooms is $62 per night.
Call the Ramada at 908-828-6900 for reservations.

Karen Novick

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