Tuesday, March 8, 2011

LIS Graduate Students are great...

listeners as they visit the Preservation Services lab to learn more about the many things we do for the University Libraries. On March 4th, these dedicated LIS graduate students made an expedition to view our facilities, learn about book structure, remedies and repairs for worn out materials, problem books and how the Preservation department gives new life to library materials that are in high demand. We showed them the current ongoing projects we have undertaken for the University Archives and the Special Collections, talked about vellum, leather, sewing and good practices for libraries to employ for the safeguarding of its valuable holdings and collections.

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