|Basic Book Repair ***Two Day Workshop***|
Event Type: Face-to-Face|
Start Time: 9:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
THIS IS A TWO DAY WORKSHOP. YOU MUST REGISTER FOR AND ATTEND BOTH DAYS.
DAY 2 REGISTRATION: http://host4.evanced.info/swfln/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=3446
The Basic Book Workshop offers two days of hands-on training. Participants gain knowledge of how a book is constructed and will learn appropriate repair techniques for book and paper repair. Sources for supplies and how to create a book repair area will be discussed. Students will learn skills for mending a torn page, repairing worn hinges, gluing in loose pages, replacing a damaged spine, replacing endpapers, and sewing a pamphlet into binders. This training is for staff and supervisors who repair books in the general and circulating collections. (We will not cover repairs for items that are rare, in Special Collections, or are very fragile.) People who are currently repairing books may learn new techniques. Participants will receive a kit to take back to their library!
SPECIAL NOTE About this Workshop:
This is an in-person, Face-to-Face Workshop.
SWFLN will be operating this Face-to-Face Workshop with Covid Precautions and Social Distancing policies in place. To provide Social Distancing,
1. We will be limiting seating to one person per table;
2. We will have Hand Sanitizer, Clorox Wipes, and Disinfecting Spray available for your use as well.
3. We strongly encourage you to wear your mask during this training event in order to protect yourself and others while you are in the SWFLN Office.
**********We hope to see you at SWFLN!!!**********
Location: SWFLN Office: 13120 Westlinks Terrace, Unit 3 Fort Myers, FL 33913 (239) 313-6338
Registration Ends: 1/26/2022 at 12:00 AM
Vicki Stanton joined the University of North Florida Library Faculty in 1976 with her MLS degree from the University of Kentucky. She served as Head of the Serials Department and was responsible for acquiring all electronic databases and online journals. As Head of the Preservation Department she developed and designed the Library’s Book Repair Unit and trained staff in all repair techniques. She initiated the work flow to scan the Library’s theses and dissertations and worked with the Graduate Studies Dean to develop digital standards for all current theses.Contact: Luly Castro
Ms. Stanton has taught archival book repair classes to NEFLIN and SWFLN consortia members. She also teaches classes geared especially to school librarians, emphasizing quick and inexpensive repairs. A recent retiree, she volunteers at an elementary school in Duval County and is a member of the Media Educators of Duval County.
Contact Number: (239) 313-6218
Presenter: Vicki Stanton