2008 Annual Conference
P(l)anning for Gold:
Preservation Models in California and the West
An ALCTS program
Saturday, June 28 from 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Preservation Technologies
Preservation collaboration in California and the West is yielding rich results. Learn how an expandable network model is working to meet the challenges created by large distances between population centers. Speakers will describe the purpose, organization, services and future of the California Preservation Program (CPP) and WESTPAS, Western States and Territories Preservation Assistance Services, which covers 14 states and territories. Current initiatives to preserve California's vast moving image and recorded sound collections will be described.
- Susan Hildreth, California State Librarian, California State Library
- Gary Kurutz, Curator of Special Collections, California State Library
- Barclay Ogden, Head, Preservation Department, University of California, Berkeley; Co-Coordinator, California Preservation Program; Program Coordinator, WESTPAS
- Julie Page, Co-Coordinator, California Preservation Program; User Services Coordinator, WESTPAS
Tom Clareson, Program Director for New Initiatives, PALINET
ALCTS Preservation and Reformatting Section (PARS)
Public Library Association (PLA)
Program Chair: Karen Mokrzycki