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Conference on security

From: Robert James <rmjames>
Date: Thursday, March 1, 2001
Security Issues in Libraries, Museums, and Archives
North Carolina Preservation Consortium Annual Conference
North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC
March 28, 2001
8:30 am - 4:00 pm

The North Carolina Preservation Consortium invites you and your
colleagues to attend our annual conference.  This year we will
address our duty to protect North Carolina cultural collections from
theft, destruction, and mutilation.  Speakers will discuss the
fundamental elements of collection security planning, policies, and
procedures, with effective preventative strategies and responsible
institutional action following theft or vandalism.

Morning refreshments will be served at 8:30 am.  The NCPC Business
meeting will commence at 9:00 and presentations will begin at 9:30.
Registration is $25 for employees of NCPC member institutions and
$35 for nonmembers.  Payment includes a buffet lunch in the NC
Museum of Art.  Registration forms may be printed from

Presentations ...

    ALA Library Security Guidelines
    Henry DuBois is Associate Dean of the California State
    University Library in Long Beach and is a representative for the
    Security Guidelines Subcommittee of the ALA BES Safety &
    Security of Library Buildings Committee.  The guidelines are
    available on the ALA web site

    Establishing security guidelines for libraries and theft
    Linda McCurdy is Director of Research Services in the Rare Book,
    Manuscript, and Special Collections Library at Duke University.

    Legal aspects of library security
    Thomas M. Steele is Professor of Law at  the Wake Forest
    University School of Law.

    Daily living with museum security
    Mike Dougherty is Security Director at the Virginia Museum of
    Fine Arts.

Registration Form (print this email and complete)

____   $ 25.00 (employees of NCPC member institutions)
____   $ 35.00 (nonmembers)

Do you require Americans with Disabilities accommodations?
Registration includes lunch.  Would you prefer a vegetarian meal?

To register please make your check payable to the North Carolina
Preservation Consortium and mail with registration form to;

    Roger Loyd, NCPC Treasurer
    Divinity School Library
    Duke University
    103 Gray Building
    Box 90972
    Durham, NC 27708-0972

For additional information contact,

    Robert James, NCPC President
    rmjames [at] gwmail__wake__tec__nc__us

    Kim Armstrong, NCPC Vice President
    Armstrong [at] trln__org

    Roger Loyd, NCPC Treasurer
    roger.loyd [at] duke__edu

Robert James
Director of Library Services
Bruce I. Howell Library
Wake Technical Community College
9101 Fayetteville Road
Raleigh, NC   27603
Fax: 919-662-3575

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