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Subject: Course syllabi sought

Course syllabi sought

From: Sarah Lowengard <sarahl<-a>
Date: Sunday, November 13, 2005
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I am now collecting material for a planned update to the Art
Conservation Course Syllabus Web Pages, a section of the
Conservation OnLine (CoOL) website since 1998.

Accordingly, I would like to receive detailed information about
courses taught now or in the recent past. "Course" should be broadly
construed here formal or informal, offered for academic credit or
not. A course might be a general introduction to conservation or
might focus on any sub-discipline. It might be a public information
lecture, with handouts or reading lists. A course could be a program
offered for professionals in related fields, or for volunteers. It
might be the teaching materials used in to supplement internships
and other individual or small-group instruction.

For this update, I am especially interested in obtaining information
about courses and training programs offered outside of the United

A submission may be hardcopy or electronic versions, or notification
of a relevant Internet address (URL). It should provide course name,
instructor, place taught, date(s), intended audience/academic level.
My main interest however, is inclusion of detailed course summary,
syllabus or outline and reading lists.

The Art Conservation Course Syllabus Web Pages are located at

Please send information and queries to me at sarahl<-a t->panix< . >com.
Rebecca Rushfield and Karen Walton Morse are also working on this
project, and we welcome the active participation of others.

Sarah Lowengard
PO Box 6611
New York, NY 10128

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