Reminder; registration deadline is Monday December 11
Details & registration at https://collectionscarealliance.org/workshops-events
The Collections Care & Conservation Alliance presents
Environmental Monitoring for Cultural Heritage Collections (webinar)
Tuesday, December 12, 2023
This webinar will introduce participants to a range of environmental monitoring practices, including basic temperature and relative humidity datalogging, hardware and data interpretation tools, data interpretation, and monitoring of broader preservation considerations such as light, particulates and air quality, radon, and other factors. We will follow up this event with a virtual Conversation with Colleagues on Thursday, December 21st at 12:00pm. All those who register for the webinar are invited to attend.
Presented by Jeremy Linden, Preservation Environment Consultant
Jeremy Linden has been the Principal/Owner of Linden Preservation Services, Inc., since 2017. He is an active educator and consultant with more than two decades of experience in cultural heritage, the last 15 years of which have been focused on enhancing preservation environments and sustainability. He has taught and consulted for institutions around the world, has been a pioneering researcher on methods and strategies to reduce energy consumption in preservation settings, and is an active participant on national and international standards committees. His passion is helping institutions preserve their collections in the safest and most economical and environmentally responsible way possible, finding solutions appropriate to individual buildings in diverse climates and geographic regions. Formerly a certified archivist and HVAC professional, Jeremy earned an MLS in Information Studies and an MA in History from the University of Maryland, and a BA in History from Vassar College.
Pre-registration is required and a Zoom link for the meeting will be sent to you closer to the meeting date. Space in the workshop is limited to 100 participants. Please register by Monday December 11th. If you can't make it to the live event, you can still register for the workshop and we will send you the recording once it becomes available.
The cost of the virtual workshop is as follows:
$15 for anyone who wishes to attend
If you have applied for and been accepted as a Professional Affiliate Member of the CCCA or have made a donation of at least $25 this year as a Friend of the CCCA: $10
If you have applied for and been accepted as an Emerging Professional or Student Member of the CCCA: FREE
Your workshop fees and additional donations help our growing community of conservation and preservation professionals aid regional cultural heritage organizations in the care and conservation of their collections and materials. As a non-profit corporation registered in the state of Vermont, the CCCA relies on the support of our membership and community to help us develop and promote affordable opportunities for training and networking and to improve the long-term preservation of these vulnerable collections. Thank you!
------------------------------Erica DonnisCongressional Papers ArchivistUniversity of VermontBurlington VT------------------------------