Tuesday, January 5, 2016

No Boundaries in Preservation

We just launched the Preservation Services grant funded project No Boundaries in Preservation.


No Boundaries in Preservation

The main objective of No Boundaries in Preservation is educational and intends to exchange relevant information to the practice of basic preservation and conservation of books and documents in libraries and archives.

To ensure this knowledge can cover a greater number of communities, all files will be offered into three languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Take a look on the first videos and posters for download.

We also worked together with the Council of States Archivists and translated their Pocket Response Guide into Spanish and Portuguese. The Pocket Response Plan™ (PReP™) is a concise document for recording essential information needed by staff in case of a disaster or other emergency. Every person having a response-related assignment should carry a PReP with them at all times.
All the versions are free for downloading.

The funding for No Boundaries in Preservation was provided through the generosity of the University Libraries Innovation Grant Program at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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