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Northeast Document Conservation Center — Education: Webinars: Introduction

Northeast Document Conservation Center — Education: Webinars: Introduction: "Education

WEBINARS

NEDCC Preservation Webinars

NEDCC offers live online webinars on a wide variety of topics that can help institutions preserve their collections.

Group rates are available for webinars for groups of three or more individuals from a single institution who register at the same time ($70 each for early-bird registration, $85 each for regular registration) for the same webinar. For more information see our Webinar Participation Policy. If you are interested in registering a group, please contact Kim O'Leary at 978-470-1010 ext. 226, or email koleary@nedcc.org.

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July 19, 2011
Care and Handling of Scrapbooks

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (June 28, 2011)
Registration deadline: July 18, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

This live, online webinar will cover the issues to be addressed in order to provide the best level of care for scrapbook collections. The webinar introduces the structure of scrapbooks, types of materials commonly found in them, methods of attachment, and the implications for preservation and conservation. Low-cost, in-house preservation approaches are discussed
Who should attend?

This introductory webinar is designed for those new to library collections care or those with private or family collections.

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August 9, 2011
Pest Management

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (July 19, 2011)
Registration deadline: August 8, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

This live online webinar will cover the best practices for protecting against pest infestation and what to do if a problem with pests is identified. The common types of pests found in libraries, archives, and museums will be covered, along with their preferred environment.
Who should attend?

This webinar is designed for those who wish to know more about controlling pests in their institution.

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September 22, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Introduction to Image Capture

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (September 1, 2011)
Registration deadline: September 21, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

This webinar provides an introduction to the terminology and equipment used to digitally reformat your collections. Best practices for image creation and equipment selection will be covered, and project planning and metadata will be introduced.
Who should attend?

This introductory webinar is designed for those new to the digitization of collections or those with private or family collections who are interested in having a better understanding of how to create the most stable and sustainable digital copies.

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September 27, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Digital Project Planning

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (September 6, 2011)
Registration deadline: September 26, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

This webinar explores the issues that cultural institutions face when planning digitization projects. Participants will learn the basic steps necessary for the planning and successful completion of digitization projects.
Who should attend?

This introductory webinar is designed for those new to the digitization of collections who are interested in learning how to plan for projects of any size.

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October 18, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Metadata

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (September 27, 2011)
Registration deadline: October 17, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

This webinar offers an introduction to key metadata concepts, with a focus on understanding the different metadata schema. By the end of the webinar, participants will understand the basic types of metadata and the importance of metadata in terms of access, interoperability, and longevity
Who should attend?

This introductory webinar is designed for those who work in cultural institutions who are digitizing collections and need a basic understanding of metadata.

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October 25, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Sustainable Digital Collections

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (October 4, 2011)
Registration deadline: October 24, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner to intermediate
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

This webinar offers an introduction on how to sustain the digital collections you have worked hard to create. Passive and active approaches will be covered as well as the overall concept of lifecycle management for digital collections.
Who should attend?

This webinar is designed for those who work in cultural institutions and those with personal digital collections who would like to learn more about how to maintain digital collections into the future.

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November 15, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Handling Collection Materials During Digitization

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (October 25, 2011)
Registration deadline: November 14, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

Digital reformatting improves access to your collections but shouldn’t endanger the physical condition of the originals. This webinar will introduce participants to safe handling techniques for the digitization of collection materials. Techniques include:

Removing fasteners
Handling fragile bound volumes
Handling very brittle materials
Handling photographs and negatives.

Appropriate digitization equipment will be discussed as will questions to ask vendors when forming a new working relationship.
Who should attend?

This introductory webinar is designed for those who handle any paper-based collection material that is being digitally reformatted.

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November 17, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Reformatting Scrapbooks

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (October 27, 2011)
Registration deadline: November 16, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Intermediate
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

Scrapbooks require special planning for reformatting. This webinar will introduce participants to the unique issues that they need to consider when planning microfilming or digitization projects for scrapbooks.
Who should attend?

This webinar is for those who are planning to reformat scrapbook collections. Attendees should already have a very good understanding of the care and handling of scrapbooks. (See the Care and Handling of Scrapbooks webinar on 19 June 2011.)

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November 22, 2011
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITIZATION: Digital Disaster Planning

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$95 / $80 early-bird registration (November 1, 2011)
Registration deadline: November 21, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: Live online webinar

Disaster plans are just as important for digital collections as they are for analog collections. This webinar will introduce the elements of a disaster plan for digital collections and the issues to be considered when conducting a risk assessment.
Who should attend?

This introductory webinar is designed for those who are interested in working on a disaster plan for their digital collections.

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January 12, 2012
Preservation 101

2:00 pm Eastern (2 hrs)
$600
Registration deadline: December 30, 2011
Maximum class size: 24
Class level: Beginner to intermediate
Instructor: Donia Conn, NEDCC Workshop Program and Reference Coordinator
Location: 6-month online facilitated course - Asynchronous study plus 11 live online webinars

This semester-equivalent course covers the issues and technologies needed to design, implement, and manage an effective preservation program for documents, books, photographs, other paper-based materials, as well as digital collections. Course topics include: an introduction to preservation; the deterioration of paper, film, and electronic media; the building and environment; collections care; reformatting (digital and analog) and conservation treatment; disaster planning; and building a preservation program.

Session assignments are completed on a weekly basis. The 11 live webinars explore each of the course topics in depth and encourage an exchange of ideas. A class forum guides students who wish to pursue additional readings and provides an additional venue for class discussion as well as a help line between webinars.
Who should attend?

This course is tailored to librarians, archivists, town clerks, curators, and collections or records managers who have (at least) part-time responsibility for preservation of historical or special collections or of primary research materials or who are interested in preservation training for professional development. The course covers the preservation of materials including: books, manuscripts, records, photographs, ephemera, maps, other paper-based or documentary formats, audiovisual materials, and digital collections.

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