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Recording: “Getting the Most from your Bookshelf: Care of Paper, Photographs, and Audiovisual Collections”

Kristen Laise, who organized selection of the Bookshelf texts and prepared the User’s Guide, leads participants through means to find the information they need in the Bookshelf and its companion Guide to Online Resources. Julie Page, a librarian, consultant, and expert on emergency preparedness, and an editor of Promoting Preservation Awareness in Libraries, Jean-Louis Bigourdan, […]

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Recording: “Public Outreach and Collections Care”

Public awareness is the key starting point for building support — from individuals, from local government, from the private sector. When people have first-hand experience with the issues facing your collections, they can become effective advocates in the community. Amber Kerr-Allison has conducted public outreach activities at the Smithsonian’s Lunder Conservation Center. Susan Blakney has […]

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Recording: “Funding for Collections Care”

One of the biggest challenges in moving ahead with collections care projects can be finding adequate funding. Donors, board members, and even your own development staff often see collections care as less than compelling. The speakers in this webinar have achieved success in raising funds for collections care, both on behalf of their own organizations […]

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Recording: “Using Social Media to tell Your Collections’ Stories”

While the morning session will focus on attracting the attention of journalists who will tell your story, this afternoon’s session on social media will help you tell the story yourself, directly to readers, through the ever-expanding worlds of Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Foursquare, and beyond. Nancie Ravenel, a conservator with an interest in social media, has […]

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