1. Basic Repair
A bad repair can do more harm than good to the very materials it seeks to preserve. This unit describes how to select items for repair, principles for responsible book repair and links to sites with training documents.
The damage that mold causes to library and archive materials–not only paper but just about every organic material found in collections–can be severe and is frequently irreparable. This unit links to documents on the topic.
Today, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) has become the key strategy for managing insects. This Unit describes the elements of a successful IPM .
This information is available from Libris DESIGN, a library facility planning information system and downloadable database that was developed for California Public Library planners. Written by Barclay Ogden, this particular guide provides information about how to better incorporate collection preservation aspects into library building projects.