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  • Didn't know if you folks do this...
    "A Survey of Preservation Activities in Cultural Heritage Institutions - FY2012" is a pilot survey coordinated by the Preservation and Reformatting Section (PARS) of the American Library Association (ALA) and the Association of Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS). Any cultural heritage institution with preservation activities may complete this survey. The survey will be open from April 25, 2013 through June 25, 2013. The goal of this survey is to document the state of preservation activities in this digital era via quantitative data that facilitates information sharing and tracking changes in the preservation and conservation fields over time. The survey is available at:

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    Choreography of the Moving Cell

    Thumbnail image for IMG_7095CrysFlyingsoloApr2011-300x255.jpgChoreography of the Moving Cell, a project by Carl Flink, David Odde, Eddie Oroyan, and John Bohannon, lives at the intersection of science and dance and technology. This is a creative and scientific relationship illuminating Odde's scientific research into the cell's microtubules and the catastrophic system in which they exist, using these theories as source material in the creation of a choreographic event.


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