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Collection Conservation Treatment: A Resource Manual for Program Development and Conservation Technician Training

Compiled by Maralyn Jones • 1993 • ISBN 0-615-00357-5 • 452 pp.

The manual includes instructions for more than 100 collection conservation treatments (many illustrated); floor plans and furnishing/equipment lists; flow charts and decision trees; a bibliography of core readings on collection conservation; and the final report from "Training the Trainers: A Conference on Training in Collection Conservation."

Print copies are available for $45.00 plus shipping & handling.

 
 

Preservation Program Models: A Study Project and Report

Jan Merrill-Oldham, Carolyn Clark Morrow, and Mark Roosa • 1991 • ISBN 0-918006-20-1 • 54pp.

This publication discusses 10 components of a comprehensive preservation program and describes four levels of program maturity, with benchmarks for personnel, production, and budgets.

Print copies are available for purchase for $45.00 plus shipping & handling.

 
 

Preservation Planning Program: An Assisted Self-Study Manual for Libraries

Pamela Darling; revised by Jan Merrill-Oldham and Jutta Reed-Scott • 1993 • ISBN 0-918006-69-4 • 138pp.

This revised edition provides a well-tested methodology for comprehensive preservation planning and aims to assist libraries with their efforts to establish or augment local preservation programs. The manual brings together a variety of checklists, outlines, and samples to help guide program development.

Print copies are available for $45.00 plus shipping & handling.

 
 

Preservation Planning Program Resource Guides

1993 • Print copies are available for $15/each or $80/set plus shipping & handling.

Each of the seven resource guides in this set provide comprehensive, easy-to-use information relating to a major component of effective preservation programs. These guides offer a conceptual framework to facilitate preservation decision-making within a specific area and help libraries to assess current practices. Bibliographies of additional preservation literature are included in each issue.

  • Collections Conservation
    Robert DeCandido • ISBN 0-918006-67-8 • 134pp.
  • Collection Maintenance and Improvement
    Sherry Byrne • ISBN 0-918006-66-X • 98pp.
  • Disaster Preparedness
    Constance Brooks • ISBN 0-918006-65-1 • 184pp.
  • Managing a Library Binding Program
    Jan Merrill-Oldham • ISBN 0-918006-68-6 • 159pp.
  • Options for Replacing and Reformatting Deteriorated Materials
    Jennifer Banks • ISBN 0-918006-65-1 • 51pp.
  • Organizing Preservation Activities
    Michele Cloonan • ISBN 0-918006-66-X • 98pp.
  • Staff Training and User Awareness in Preservation Management
    Wesley Boomgaarden • ISBN 0-918006-64-3 • 89 pp.
 
 

Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections

Edited by Judith Matz • 2004 • ISBN 1-59407-663-4 • 158pp.

In July 2003, many of the key stakeholders in audiovisual preservation met at the University of Texas at Austin to share their experiences and discuss the challenges ahead, specifically in the area of preserving sound recordings. The program featured talks by experts on topics ranging from assessing the preservation needs of audio collections to creating, preserving, and making publicly available digitally reformatted audio recordings. Conference attendees--critical stakeholders of the future of audio preservation--articulated seven areas for future action to move the field effectively forward. In this publication, ARL presents the symposium papers and these recommendations for future action.

pdf sound-savings.pdf

Print copies are also available for $45.00 plus shipping & handling.

 
 
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