Announcing the Fall Schedule!

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      Heritage Preservation is pleased to announce the fall schedule of live chat events for the Connecting to Collections Online Community. Approximately a week before each of the below live chat events, information about the topic and links to related resources will be posted on the front page of the C2C Online Community.

      -“Why Do Old Books Smell and Other Adventures with Odors in Collections” – Wednesday, September 26 at 2:00 pm Eastern with Tara Kennedy, Preservation Field Services Librarian, Yale University Library

      -“Tour of the Canadian Conservation Institute’s Online Light Damage Calculator” – Wednesday, October 10 at 2:00 pm Eastern with Stefan Michalski, Senior Conservation Scientist, Preservation Services, Canadian Conservation Institute, Department of Canadian Heritage

      -“Museums for America: Grants from IMLS: An Overview of the Program Including New Guidelines for 2013 ” – Wednesday, November 7 at 2:00 pm Eastern with Connie Bodner, Senior Program Officer, IMLS

      -“Protecting Collections During Special Events” – Wednesday, November 28 at 2:00 pm Eastern with Barbara Heller, Director and Conservator of Special Projects, Detroit Institute of Arts

      Registration is not required to participate in these live chat events. Simply go to the C2C Online Community Meeting Room and provide your name and location. To view previous live chat events visit our archive here. Registered users of the C2C Online Community may also join the discussion on our group discussion forums. Registration is easy and can be done here. Stay tuned to the Community for new resources, events, and discussions.

      Heritage Preservation coordinates the C2C Online Community in cooperation with the American Association for State and Local History and with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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