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PARS Meeting

From: Margit Smith <mjps>
Date: Wednesday, May 31, 1995
ALCTS PARS (ALA / Association for Library Collections and Technical
Services / Preservation and Reformatting Section) Education
Committee presents:

"Why Me? Integrating Preservation Into Your Library's Operations"
Saturday, June 24, 1995
9:30-11:30
McCormick Convention Center E152

The program will present techniques for integrating preservation
awareness and activities librarywide.  Speakers from Technical
Processing/Cataloging, Selection/Acquisitions, and
Circulation/Access Services will present general and specific ideas
that have proven successful in their institutions. Following the
keynote speakers, three breakout sessions will specifically address
the preservation issues of these areas of library responsibility.
Issues for discussion will include bibliographic control, gifts and
OP selection and processing, student training, stacks maintenance
and identification of materials for repair or reformatting.  For
each breakout session, a discussion leader and a moderator will
facilitate the exchange of information.

Keynote speakers:

    Marsha Hamilton
    Head, Acquisitions Department
    Ohio State University

    Lora Lennertz
    Head, Circulation/Access Services
    University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Moderator:

    Thomas Clareson, AMIGOS Preservation Service Manager

For additional information, contact Margit Smith, Head of
Cataloging, University of San Diego  (mjps [at] teetot__acusd__edu)

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