Learn how other cultural institutions are creatively leveraging new media to promote preservation in this hour-long webinar.
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In this webinar recording, the second half of our WebWise Reprise event, we discussed using collections images and content creatively and interactively in educational programming.
In this webinar recording, part one of WebWise Reprise, Shailmar White discussed making collections available using Omeka. Part two is scheduled for Wednesday, June 5 at 2:00 p.m. (EDT).
This five-part webinar course was intended to strengthen general photograph preventive conservation knowledge and preservation capacity.
This five webinar course reviewed best practices for the care of digital materials and featured case studies that illustrate the best, and worst, experiences of cultural heritage institutions in their efforts to prevent a digital dark age.
In this webinar, Kathleen Kiefer and Petra Slinkard, of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, shared their process for mounting garments for display.
If you have been meaning to write a disaster plan but your efforts have stalled, this four-part course will help you establish the crucial first steps following a disaster.
In this 60-minute live chat event, Mary Coughlin provided an overview of object handling best practices which was followed by a live Q&A session.
Even in times of economic hardship, cultural heritage institutions with limited staff and resources can improve the protection of people, buildings, and collections through thoughtful planning. By identifying the hazards that threaten your collections and assessing the risks they pose, you are taking the first step in disaster planning. Learn more in this four webinar […]
Mold is a frequent hazard in collections. In this 90-minute webinar, participants learned how to identify mold, deal safely with a mold outbreak, and how to prevent it from occurring in the first place.