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Purpose: Focuses on both broad and specific preservation issues in libraries. Topics encompass physical collections generally, and occasionally digital preservation issues. We serve academic, public, special, and other types of libraries.

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Annual '10 Preservation Administrators Interest Group Agenda

  • 1.  Annual '10 Preservation Administrators Interest Group Agenda

    Posted May 27, 2010 09:08 AM

    Preservation Administrators Interest Group (PAIG) Agenda
    Annual 2010, Washington DC

    Friday, June 25, 2010
    1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Mayflower Renaissance, Colonial Room 

    Chair: Adrienne Bell, Etherington Conservation Services

    1:00 – 1:10       Welcome, Karen Brown, PARS Chair, SUNY Albany
    1:10 – 1:15       Memorial, Patricia Morris, University of Colorado
    1:15 – 1:45       “Future of Library and Archives Conservation Education,” Roberta Pilette, Yale University, and Beth Doyle, Duke 
    1:45 – 2:45       “Research on Sustainable Preservation Environments at IPI,” James Reilly, Image Permanence Institute
    2:45 – 3:15       “From Surveys to Auditing: Extensible Methods for Preservation Assessment,” Jacob Nadal, University of California, 
                              Los Angeles
    3:15 – 3:45       Break, refreshments provided by Bridgeport National Bindery
    3:45 – 4:30       “Faculty Attitudes on a Print to Electronic Transition for Scholarly Materials,” Ross Housewright & Roger Schonfeld, 
                              Ithaka S+R
    4:30 – 4:40        IMLS Preservation Fellows at the New York Public Library and Yale University, Roberta Pilette, Yale University, and 
                              Evelyn Frangakis, New York Public Library
    4:40 – 5:00        Election of new co-chair and announcements