an Emergency: the Recovery of Photographic Collections -- from the
Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, this technical
bulletin deals with salvage of water-damaged photographs (click on
publications on the right side of the page for the link to this site).
Introduction to Book Repair -- in .pdf format
Introduction to Preservation -- in .pdf format
Storage of Paper -- in .pdf format
Storage of Photo Materials
-- in .pdf format
Copyright Law of the
United States -- find out here what is acceptable and legal.
and Documenting Electronic Texts: a Guide to Good Practice --
full-text of book
Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 -- click here
for status and analysis.
Imaging Tutorial -- from Cornell University, this tutorial covers basic
terminology, selection, conversion, quality control, metadata,
presentation, digital preservation, etc.
Digitization -- from Harvard University, includes standards
for digitizing audio and still images.
Internet Archive -- a
digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in
digital form. Like a paper library, they provide free access to
researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.
a Mold Invasion -- from the Conservation Center for Art
and Historic Artifacts (click on publication after scrolling down the page for the link to this site).
of the World -- sponsored by UNESCO, this website offers
access to over 160 digitized collections from around the world,
including art, music, literature, newspapers, etc.
Document Conservation Center -- news and resources on document
preservation. Also includes full-text of "Handbook for
Photocopying -- from the Library of Congress.
'Net, Go!: Archival Internet Resources
Professional resources and lots more.
Web Capture: Library of
Congress -- the Library’s Office of Strategic Initiatives
created a Web Capture team to support the goal of managing and
sustaining at-risk digital content.