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Preservation Week is celebrating its 5th anniversary in this year's ALA Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Preservation Week Committee would like to get a better understanding of how well Preservation Week is reaching its intended audience and how successful your institution's Preservation Week was in 2014. We would especially like to know two things going forward:
1. Why do you think Preservation Week is important?
2. What do you think the future of Preservation Week should look like?
To gather this information, we invite you to fill out this survey. Only one person from each institution should fill out the survey.
The information gathered in this survey will be used to analyze the various aspects of preparing for Preservation Week, promoting Preservation Week, and the content that the Preservation Week Committee is creating.
This survey is confidential and short. It should take 10 minutes or less to complete.
The survey can be found at the following link: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14duEb7gejtNQYdw2jMZ1_H_zUxbOo0Ec8JhHPrmpwKc/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link>;
ALA's fourth national collections Preservation Week took place April 27-May 3. Preservation Week is an opportunity to connect the care of collections and family treasures with your communities. Over the last two years, hundreds of events providing preservation education to the public have taken place in public, academic, and school libraries, state agencies, archives, museums, and historical societies.
Preservation Week has two web pages containing information for Preservation Week. One web page has information about planning a Preservation Week event: <http://www.ala.org/alcts/confevents/preswk>; while the other web page is focused on providing preservation information to the public: <http://www.atyourlibrary.org/passiton>.
Preservation Week Committee