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Two ambassadors from each of our seven Cohort One Memory Lab Network Project Partner Libraries attended a week-long intensive training in Washington, D.C., April 16-20, 2018. This was the kickoff to spending one year creating personal archiving stations and programs for their communities following the DCPL model and was a deep-dive into analog and digital preservation and the ins and outs of building and running a Memory Lab.
Two ambassadors from each of our seven Second Cohort Memory Lab Network Project Partner Libraries attended 3 virtual webinars and a 3-day intensive training in Washington, D.C., January 21-24, 2020. This was a deep-dive into analog and digital preservation and the ins and outs of building, running, and using a Memory Lab.
Memory Lab Network partners also received the opportunity to attend regularly occuring webinars for professional development and further mentoring. Topics include: How to Evaluate Your AV Deck, Digital Storage, Home Movies and Home Movie Day, Disaster Preparedness and Planning, and much more!
Here you will find the most up-to-date versions of our personal archiving and preservation classes as Google Slides, with detailed notes and tips. Please make a copy, remix, and repurpose for your community.
A zine is a non-commercial, often handmade, publication intended for small circulation. Here we have compiled links to several zines on personal archiving topics. You can then print, fold, staple, and hand out these zines at your Memory Lab related classes and events.
The Project Manager has made several interactive training videos showing the how's and why's of various tasks and tips for best running a Memory Lab.