Community Archiving Workshop- 2021 Southwest partner application
DEADLINE TO APPLY FEB. 28
The Southwest region of the IMLS-funded Regional Training of Trainers project addresses audiovisual needs of the museums, archives, libraries and cultural centers in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, the project will deliver remote training and support to the region.
Participants will receive:
A training kit and supplies for inspecting and repairing audiovisual collections
Online training through six virtual workshops
Professional support to assist in the completion of a collections inventory
Professional guidance in making necessary repairs to collection
Assistance in developing a preservation plan
A stipend to offset time committed to completing the project
A digitization stipend
Be located in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas or Oklahoma
Have an unprocessed and/ or unpreserved audiovisual collection
Have at least one employee/ organization member committed to the project
Attend all six online workshops
Work collaboratively with project consultants to inventory collection
Which Southwest region do you represent?
Please describe your audiovisual collection
What types of formats are in your collection? Check all that apply
audio cassettes, standard size
audio cassettes, micro
reel to reel audio (open reel audio)
video tapes, beta
video tapes, vhs
video tapes, u-matic
video tapes, dv or mini dv
grooved discs (records)
optical media (cds or DVDs)
If you answered "other" above, please describe.
What are your goals for your collection?
Describe the condition of your collection.
Can you commit to attending up to six webinars from April-September 2021?
Can you commit to working up to 40 hours with a mentor on collection care for your collection?
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