What does the Mansfield Library Preservation Department do?
Prevention, protection, and repair are the fundamental elements of Preservation work. The Mansfield Preservation Department focuses primarily on books and paper-based artifacts in both the General and Special Collections. Preservation can be as simple as storing books and other objects in a clean, cool, and dry (but not too dry) environment. It can be as complicated as tape removal, delicate paper repair, and a complete re-sewing of the text.
To learn more, go on a tour of the Mansfield Library Preservation Department on Wednesday, April 29th at 10am or 2pm. (meet in the library lobby)
Contact: Kathy Vaughan, email@example.com, 243-4543
Data Management Basics for Graduate Students
Got data? Planning on collecting data in the near future? Seeking strategies for data organization and storage? Come to the Mansfield Library to discuss research data management. Learn about strategies, tools, and resources for planning research projects involving data, and naming, labeling, storing, sharing and preserving data sets. Creating Data Management Plans will also be briefly covered.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2015, 4:10 - 5:00
Mansfield Library 284 (Buckhous Room) Level 2
Contact: Sam Meister; firstname.lastname@example.org; 243-4036