LYRASIS Free Webinar: NEH Preservation Assistance Grants





No sessions are currently scheduled for this event. To request a new session, please contact membersupport@lyrasis.org

Description:

Join us for an overview of National Endowment for the Humanities Preservation Assistance Grants, including eligible activities, the application process, the review process, and more.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the session, participants should be able to:

For participants to determine whether or not a project they desire to pursue at their institutions qualifies for potential NEG PAG funding.
Learn the requirements for completing the application.
Become aware of how applications are reviewed and awarded by NEH for this grant.

Instructor: Thomas F. R. Clareson, MA, MLIS

Tom Clareson is Project Director of the Performing Arts Readiness project, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to help performing arts organizations nationwide learn how to protect their assets, sustain operations, and be prepared for emergencies. He serves as Senior Consultant for Digital & Preservation Services at LYRASIS, consulting and teaching nationally and internationally on preservation, disaster preparedness, digitization, digital preservation, special collections/archives, remote storage, funding, strategic planning, and advocacy for libraries, archives, and museums. Clareson serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation.

Instructor: Katy L. W. Klettlinger, MLIS

Katy Klettlinger, Outreach Representative and Consultant, serves states in the Mid-Atlantic region and has over fifteen years' experience in archival, government, and public library settings in Ohio. Previously, Klettlinger was a Library Consultant for the State Library of Ohio where she assisted public libraries with digitization, space planning, and strategic planning. Before coming to the State Library, Klettlinger worked for six years as the Records Manager and Archivist for Licking County Government where she built the county's program from the ground up and created its first county-wide digitization program. Her background in archival and digitization management for government settings in addition to public library needs provides unique perspectives for librarians to consider when offering quality services to their patrons. Katy takes pride in supporting colleagues and helping them succeed. Katy serves libraries in the Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes.






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