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Workshops on preservation management

From: Julie Carlson NEDCC <jcarlson>
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Managing Preservation:
A Series of Five Coordinated Workshops

Presented by the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC)

Application Deadline: September 20, 2006

Would you like to further your preservation education? Is your
institution planning to develop a preservation program or update an
existing program? Has your institution had a preservation planning
survey? Are you now ready to take the next step? NEDCC has designed
a program just for you.

The Managing Preservation Workshop series is designed to provide
preservation training for staff of small to mid-sized museums,
historical organizations, archives, libraries, and other records
repositories.

The workshops will provide the information needed to design,
implement, and maintain an effective preservation program for
documents, books, photographs, and other paper-based materials. Each
participant will learn how to prepare a basic preservation plan with
concrete, realistic goals for future activities.

The program is tailored to full-time professionals with part-time
preservation responsibilities. each session will include
pre-workshop assignments that will put concepts to practical use and
supply information for subsequent sessions. Instruction will
strongly emphasize decision-making and application of information to
the participant's institution. Sessions will include a combination
of lectures, discussion, and small group exercises, with some
hands-on training.

Faculty will include:

    Nick Artim, Fire Safety Network; Ernest Conrad, Landmark
    Facilities Group; Jane Cullinane, Connecticut State Library;
    Peter Fallon, Risk Strategies Company; Lori Foley, NEDCC; Tom
    Gaitley, Copper Harbor Consulting, Inc., Jane Hedberg, Harvard
    University Library; Mary Ide, WGBH Educational Foundation;
    Barbara Lilley, New York State Library; Tom Parker, Pest Control
    Services, Inc.; Aimee Primeaux, NEDCC; James Reilly, Image
    Permanence Institute; Gregor Trinkaus-Randall, Massachusetts
    Board of Library Commissioners; and others.

All sessions will be held at nedcc's facility in Andover,
Massachusetts.

Curriculum and Schedule:

    October 11-13, 2006
    Fundamentals of Preservation

    December 12-14, 2006
    Collections Maintenance

    March 7-9, 2007
    Emergency Preparedness

    June 12-13, 2007
    Preservation Technologies

    September 18-19, 2007
    Preservation Administration

The cost of the full series is $725. Each participant is expected to
attend all sessions. Lunches will be provided. Transportation,
lodging, and other meals are the responsibility of participants.
Full payment is required upon notification of acceptance.

Twenty participants will be selected based on their applications.
See <URL:http://www.nedcc.org> for application information and a
detailed agenda.

Questions? Contact Lori Foley <lfoley [at] nedcc__org> or Aimee Primeaux
<aprimeaux [at] nedcc__org>

This program is made possible by the generous support of the
National Endowment for the Humanities.

Northeast Document Conservation Center
100 Brickstone Square
Andover, MA 01810
978-470-1010


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