For Collections Care Professionals
Looking for free webinars for small to mid-sized cultural institutions through our Connecting to Collections Care Community? Register for upcoming webinars or access an archive of over 125 recordings at www.connectingtocollections.org.
- Contains 19 Component(s)
In this course students will learn about the specific deterioration risk factors for collection materials, how materials deteriorate and what practical steps can be taken to improve storage conditions and promote long-term preservation for institutions of various sizes and collection materials.
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- Contains 11 Component(s)
This course is open to caretakers of photographic collections at small and mid-sized cultural institutions.
- Contains 1 Component(s)
CCN Event: Thinking Outside the Box: A Panel Discussion on Museum Storage
- Contains 11 Component(s)
This course will walk participants through the process of building positive foundations of mutual respect and trust, essential to collaborative work
- Contains 30 Component(s)
This course will use hazards within collections to introduce participants to the basic principles of occupational health and safety; the role of health and safety regulations; the identification and control of hazards; and planning and implementing risk management strategies.
- Contains 14 Component(s)
With this 5-part course, participants will learn how to plan for projects involving the preservation of magnetic audio or video tapes.
- Contains 10 Component(s)
C2C Care presents a course consisting of five (5) webinars that will assist collecting institutions in the proper handling, storage, and transfer of removable media (optical media, hard drives, flash drives, etc.).
- Contains 8 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/26/2019
During this four-part self-study course, participants will learn about essential aspects of collections management, from the acquisition and registration of objects through the care, use, and deaccessioning of objects.
The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) and the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation (FAIC) partnered to present a series of online resources that provide sound recovery practices for cultural heritage. The target audience for these training events includes staff in small museums responsible for collections care, as well as homeowners and collectors.
Wet Recovery of Paper and BooksThe first webinar in the series is "Wet Recovery of Paper and Books" presented by Karen Pavelka from UT Austin School of Information.
Wet Recovery of Paper and Books
Wet Recovery of TaxidermyThe webinar "Wet Recovery of Taxidermy" was presented by Fran Ritchie and Julia Sybalsky from American Museum of Natural History.
Wet Recovery of Taxidermy
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