The Ohio Preservation Council serves as a coalition of preservationists, conservators, librarians, archivists, curators, records managers, the institutions they represent, and other concerned citizens who recognize the serious threat to documentary heritage. The Council's mission is to provide a network for preservation education and to support preservation activities within the state of Ohio.

 

The Council believes in cooperative, state-wide efforts across geographic and professional lines are needed to meet preservation challenges.

 

 

 

 
 
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OPC Gets a National Shout-Out

in the 2015 Preservation Statistics Report from the ALA-ALCTS Preservation and Reformatting Section.

Thanks to our membership for representing our work and our collections!

"The Preservation Statistics Survey is a project to document and analyze the preservation activities of cultural heritage institutions in the United States."

 

 
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OPC Grant

Now accepting applications for our March grant cycle

Applications due March 6th 2017

Check out the write-ups from our excellent 2016 grant recipients!

Veronica Sorcher, reports on her time at the Image Permanence Institute at RIT.

Elizabeth Williams-Clymer tells us about her experience at Rare Book School, Charlottesville.

Riley Cruttenden, shares his poster from the joint AIC and CAC-ACCR meeting in Montreal.

 ...and members, you should check out our new members' only grant!

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 is the year to get involved!

Mark your calendars:

March 16, Quarterly Meeting

May, 18, Quarterly Meeting

August 4, "The Codex" Symposium

September 14, Quarterly Meeting

November 16, Quarterly Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

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