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Image, which I hope is self-explanatory, by Darien Library. One of the first places I went after the storm was over was the local library. I was supposed to work the day earlier because our librarian literally couldn’t get to … Continue reading
According to Heritage Preservation, the National Institute for Conservation 80% of U.S. collecting institutions do not have an emergency plan that includes collections, with staff trained to carry it out. The LiveJournal libraries community has an interesting thread about how … Continue reading
This just came on the Council list. There is a Yahoo group for librarians who want to help with the Katrina Recovery Effort.
It’s All Good plugs OCLCs digitizing services [“aren’t you glad you’ve done the hard work of digitizing all your special collections at times like these?“], and then points to two useful pages on the SOLINET web site: Before the Storm: … Continue reading