The Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) launched the Keeping Collections project to ensure the sustainability and accessibility of New York State’s archival collections as part of the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program. Keeping Collections provides a variety of free and affordable services to any not-for-profit organization in the metropolitan New York area that collects, maintains, and provides access to archival materials. Services include:
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Working in conjunction with AudioVisual Preservation Solutions and the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Keeping Collections works to improve the collection, preservation, and availability of records of historical importance, including those of New York’s under-documented communities.
SAA DAS Appraisal of Electronic Records Workshop Announced! Scholarships Available! Visit the announcement or Training & Workshops page for more information on this upcoming June 10, 2013 workshop.
Workshops for Managing Archives and Special Collections! Visit the announcement or Training & Workshops page for more information on these free, low-cost, and subsidized full-day workshops.