Libraries and other institutions can use Preservation Week to connect our communities through events, activities, and resources that highlight what we can do, individually and together, to preserve our personal and shared collections.
Preservation Week 2014 will take place April 27 through May 3.
Get involved! You don't need a lot of time or money, you just need to get started.
- create a display about preserving and collecting personal, family, or community heritage
- offer a preservation workshop or event
- highlight Preservation Week on your website with a logo linked to ALA’s Preservation Week resources
- Tweet about Preservation Week #preswk.
In this site, find information, resources, templates, graphics, and ideas for celebrating Preservation Week.
- Plan and promote your event with the Event Toolkit: press release templates | logos and artwork | handouts | videos
- Find preservation information and resources in the Preservation Toolkit: facts | videos | tips | statistics | links
- Share your event on the Event Map
- Find a local speaker for your event with the Speaker Locator
A resource for the public during Preservation Week and all year long.
Find resources specifically designed for library users: families, children, and teens, on the Preservation @ yourlibrary site: www.atyourlibrary.org/passiton.