Resource Types Archives: Other

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Sustaining Places: Informative PowerPoints

Sustaining Places: Informative PowerPoints Source: Sustaining Places: Sustaining Places is a collaborative resource project from the Museum Studies Program at the University of Delaware and the Tri-State Coalition of Historic Places. This site is supported by a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services‘ 21st Century Museum Professionals Program. These introductory Informative PowerPoints […]

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Artifact Labeling 101

Artifact Labeling 101 Source: The Collections Care Alliance A PowerPoint slide presentation on labeling artifacts by Emily Phillips and Carolyn Frisa

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Data Arts

Data Arts Source: Subscription data service to gather insight and share data to strengthen the case for arts and culture.

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Stored Alive!

Stored Alive! Source: Image Permanence Institute (IPI) Stored Alive! is an interactive tutorial program that lets you explore the ways in which temperature and relative humidity affect the objects in your collection. I

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Clothes Tell Stories: Working with Costume in Museums

Clothes Tell Stories: Working with Costume in Museums Source: ICOM Costume Committee Clothes Tell Stories is an on-line Costume Workbook, a web-based resource for museums, students and the general public about how to use costume to tell stories. Costume is extremely evocative and always has an immediate appeal in museums. Clothes so easily illustrate many […]

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Image Permanence Institute

Image Permanence Institute The Image Permanence Institute® (IPI) is a recognized world leader in the development and deployment of sustainable practices for the preservation of images and cultural property. IPI accomplishes this through a balanced program of research, education, products, and services that meet the needs of individuals, companies, and institutions.

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Copyright Resources

Copyright Resources Source: University Committee on Copyright (Scholarly Communications Office),  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Scholarly Communications Office is to help the UNC Libraries take full advantage of and contribute to the evolution of scholarly publishing practices within the academy. Includes discussions of Copyright, Fair Use, Rights and Permissions, and Creative Commons licensure.

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