For a planned update to the Art Conservation Course Syllabus Web Pages, I would like to receive detailed information about relevant courses taught now or in the recent past.
"Course" should be broadly construed here—formal or informal, offered for academic credit or not. A course might be a general introduction to conservation or might focus on any sub-discipline. It might be a public information lecture, with handouts or reading lists. A course could be a program offered for professionals in related fields, or for volunteers. It might be the teaching materials used in to supplement internships and other individual or small-group instruction.
For this update, we are especially interested in obtaining information about courses and training programs offered outside of the United States.
A submission may be hardcopy or electronic versions, or notification of a relevant Internet address (URL). It should provide course name, instructor, place taught, date(s), intended audience/academic level. Our main interest however, is inclusion of detailed course summary, syllabus or outline and reading lists.
The Art Conservation Course Syllabus Web Pages have been a section of the Conservation OnLine (CoOL) website since 1998. The resource can be found at
Sarah Lowengard, Rebecca Rushfield and Karen Walton Morse, project coordinators.
C/o Sarah Lowengard
P.O. Box 6611
New York, NY 10128
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