Need Training on the Preservation of Your Town or City's Historic Records?
NEDCC can help you care for your collections.
CARING FOR MUNICIPAL RECORDS - Webinar
January 19, 2016
$95 ($75 for early-bird registration by December 29)
It can be a challenge to fit preservation in with other job responsibilities in town clerk's offices and city departments charged with recordkeeping. This two-hour introduction to the preservation of paper collections will provide the basic knowledge necessary to care for bound volumes, documents, and photographs. The webinar will include information on storage, handling of historic records, and when to consult a conservator.
The program is tailored to the particular concerns of those tasked with preserving government records.
More Upcoming Webinars Useful to Government Record Keepers:
WRITING YOUR PRESERVATION ASSISTANCE GRANT
March 2, 2016, 12:30-1:30 PM
MOVING AND RENOVATING: Collection Concerns
March 22, 2016, 2-4 PM
$95 ($75 for early-bird registration by March 1)
April 12, 2016, 2-4 PM
$95 ($75 for early-bird registration by March 22)
COPING WITH PESTS AND MOLD
April 19, 2016, 2-4 PM
$95 ($75 for early-bird registration by March 29)
NO-BUDGET PRESERVATION ACTIONS
April 27, 2016
FREE - (Sorry - this class is full, but a free recording will be available on the website soon after the presentation. Mark your calendars!)
PRESERVATION 101 - The Ten Session Course
The Instructor-led Preservation 101: Preservation Basics for Analog and Digital Collections course gives participants the foundation needed to be effective collections stewards.
Who should attend? Staff and volunteers at cultural heritage institutions who are responsible for preservation and access projects; Town clerks, county commissioners, and other municipal records holders; Corporate archivists and records managers in need of preservation training.
May 26 to August 11, 2016
2-4 PM, Once a week
LEARN MORE ABOUT NEDCC's TRAINING PROGRAMS
Complete Details and Registration Information
FOR FREE RESOURCES - VISIT NEDCC'S
Resources for Town, Municipal, and County Clerks
SPECIFIC QUESTIONS ABOUT PRESERVING YOUR RECORDS?
You are encouraged to use NEDCC's free "Ask NEDCC" feature to get a detailed answer from one of our specialists.