It is often through the personal experiences of our colleagues that we learn of techniques and methods that will assist us in the development of our emergency plans. In this module, you will have the chance to see how two institutions from different geographic locations dealt with disasters. Their inspiring stories describe how they were able to get back on their feet and open to the public as quickly as possible.
- Florida Connecting to Collections 2012 Emergency Plans: Case Study Flood! presented by Scott David Reinke, former Preservation Administrator, University of Miami.
- Florida Connecting to Collections 2012 Emergency Plans: Case Study Hurricane presented by Victoria Cooke, former Florida Connecting to Collections Steering Committee Member, and now Curator, Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina.
- Florida Connecting to Collections 2015 Emergency Plans: Case Studies presented by Francoise Hack, Assistant Director of Collections, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art & Robin Bauer Kilgo, Special Projects Manager, Florida Association of Museums.
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- Case Studies-After viewing the case studies presented as part of this module, do you think your institution’s emergency plan outlines an effective recovery effort? Why or why not?
- Case Studies-If you have experienced a disaster, did you have a plan in place? Did the plan work? If not, what, if any, changes to the plan did your institution make? If the plan was successful, what key strategies made it work?
American Institute of Conservation (AIC)-National Heritage Responders
- Annual Conference
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- Collections Management Resources
- DEIA Webinars + Resources
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- Peer Coaching Program
- Mentorship Program
- FAM 2021 Museum Meetup: St Petersburg (in person)