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IPI Newsletters

From: Douglas W. Nishimura <dwnpph<-a>
Date: Monday, December 1, 2008
The Image Permanence Institute offers two *free* newsletters and one
pending dealing with preservation issues.

Archival Advisor

    The goal of the Image Permanence Institute's Archival Advisor
    Newsletter is to create a voice for IPI in the area of consumer
    photo preservation.

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    The primary audience includes the Family Photo Collector, the
    Genealogist, and the Scrapbook Maker; however, we believe that
    the newsletter will eventually find a larger audience to include
    photo-hobbyists, photograph collectors, professional
    photographers, photo-artists, retail store owners, educators,
    and many more.

    To sign up or to view previous issues, go to

        <URL:http://www.archivaladvisor.org/>

Climate Notes - Managing the Storage Environment for Preservation

    Climate Notes is a free e-newsletter published by the Image
    Permanence Institute and designed for collection care staff in
    cultural institutions. Climate Notes covers a wide range of
    topics related to managing the environment for preservation. It
    includes feature articles, current research and technology,
    information about collection vulnerabilities, and preservation
    myths. Published on a quarterly basis, Climate Notes will keep
    readers informed about current environmental management and
    preventive conservation projects. Articles will cover the
    development of accessible, practical preservation technologies
    to help libraries, archives and museums assess and manage
    environments that promote long term collection preservation.

    To sign up or to view previous issues, go to

        <URL:http://www.imagepermanenceinstitute.org/>

Coming soon: Dp3 Newsletter

    The purpose of the DP3 Newsletter is to provide an update of the
    research currently in progress at IPI regarding digitally
    printed images and graphic documents. Included will be advanced
    notice regarding upcoming presentations and articles from the
    DP3 project.  This newsletter has not started publication yet,
    but is intended to come out quarterly.

    Subscription site to be announced. DP3 Survey participants who
    asked to be updated are already subscribed.

Douglas Nishimura
Image Permanence Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology


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