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SOLINET workshops

From: Alicia Riley-Walden <ariley>
Date: Thursday, September 3, 1998
SOLINET, Inc., the Southeastern Library Network, is pleased to
introduce our Fall 1998 preservation workshop schedule;

Disaster Preparedness and Recovery. Libraries and archives are
vulnerable to a variety of disasters ranging from fires and flooding
to roof leaks and mold outbreaks.  Through lecture, group exercises
and demonstrations, this one-day workshop will provide the training
necessary to plan, organize and execute a disaster plan and salvage
operation. Julie Arnott, Manager of Preservation Field Services at
SOLINET, is the instructor for this workshop.

The session is scheduled for Tuesday, November 10 from 9 am to 4 pm
at Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY.

Cost is $95 for SOLINET members ($85 early bird, $120 late); $135
Non-SOLINET & FEDLINK ($125 early bird, $160 late).  Any institution
in Kentucky qualifies for the member rate.

Fundamentals of Book Repair. This 2-day workshop is designed for
staff members who actually perform book repair in libraries, and is
useful also to those who supervise repair units.  The workshop will
teach participants how to perform simple, economical, and
preservation quality repairs on materials in general, circulating
and reference collections.  The following procedures will be taught
in small group modules through demonstrations and practice:

    *   Tightening hinges when text blocks are pulled away from the
        cover
    *   Replacing torn endsheets
    *   Replacing torn or damaged spines
    *   Mending paper
    *   Tipping and hinging pages into bound volumes

The session is scheduled for Tuesday-Wednesday, October 6-7 from
8:30 am to 5 pm at University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

The workshop will *not* cover techniques for the repair of materials
that are special, rare, or archival.  Instructors are Sharla
Richards and Christine Wiseman, SOLINET Preservation Field Service
Officers.

Cost is $155 SOLINET members ($145 early bird, $180 late
registration); $215 non-members ($205 early bird, $240 late
registration).  Any institution in Kentucky qualifies for the
SOLINET member rate.  Included with the registration fee is an
extensive book repair kit containing a variety of tools and
supplies.

Hurricane Preparedness:  Making Sure Your Institution Survives the
Big One is scheduled for Thursday, October 22 at Tampa Bay Library
Consortium, Tampa, FL.

Learn about steps that can be taken before a storm hits that can
increase an institution's chances for minimizing damage; and steps
that can be taken to minimize loss after the storm.  This one-day
workshop focuses on the nature of hurricanes, general issues in
developing a disaster plan, making your institution storm-proof,
activities before, during and after the storm, and sources of
assistance. Instructor for this session is Dr. Michael Trinkley,
Director of Chicora Foundation.

Cost is $95 for SOLINET members ($85 early bird, $120 late); $135
Non-SOLINET & FEDLINK ($125 early bird, $160 late). Any institution
in Florida qualifies for the member rate.

Is Magnetism Here to Stay?  The Management of Magnetic Media
Collections. Magnetic media (audio and video recordings, computer
discs and tapes) is increasingly becoming a significant portion of
library and archival collections. However, many managers and
curators of such collections are unaware of the problems of these
media as formats for long-term preservation. The life expectancy of
individual magnetic media recordings may be measured in decades,
rather than centuries.  Whether dealing with circulating or archival
collections, understanding the nature of the various magnetic media,
their inherent vice, the factors that cause their deterioration,
their equipment, and the storage and handling of the recordings
themselves are the keys to maximizing their useful life.

Through lecture, discussion, and some hands-on work, this one-day
workshop will provide collection management strategies to aid in
protecting and preserving these valuable resources. Instructor for
this workshop is Alan Lewis, Audiovisual Preservation Expert at the
National Archives, Special Media Archives Division.

The session is scheduled for Thursday, November 19 from 8:30am to
3:30pm at William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, Atlanta, GA.

Cost: $95 SOLINET Members ($85 early bird, $120 late registration)
$135 Non-SOLINET & FEDLINK ($125 early bird, $160 late registration)
Any institution in Georgia qualifies for the member rate.

For more information or to register, contact Andrew Jones at
800-999-8558 or andrew_jones [at] solinet__net

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