B asic Hands-On Book Repair For Libraries – 2004 An Infopeople Workshop SPRING 2010. Instructor Margit J. Smith [email protected] This Workshop Is Brought to You By the Infopeople Project.
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Infopeople is a federally-funded grant project supported by the California State Library. It provides a wide variety of training to California libraries. Infopeople workshops are offered around the state, and are open registration on a first-come first-served basis.
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We will cover procedures and techniques suitable to repair of circulating collections in:
Procedures are not applicable to collections in:
Conservation by a trained professional
Exercise #1 Cleaning Covers and Pages
Exercise #2 Repairing Corners
Exercise #3 Repairing Hinges
Exercise #4 Determining Paper Grain
Exercise #5 Repairing Tears
Exercise #6Replacing End-sheets
Exercise #8Tipping in Pages
Exercise #9 Replacing Spines
Illustrations in the handouts are from the following sources:
Artemis BonaDea. Conservation Book Repair: A Training Manual. 1995
Carol Dyal, Pete Merrill-Oldham. Three Basic Book Repair Procedures. N.d.
Special thanks to:
University of San Diego Copley Library for donating the PVA.