Creator: Alayne Alvis
Abstract: This paper presents views formed by the author after the experience of conserving large technology objects and aims to encourage thought and discussion about some of the non-conservation aspects of large technology conservation projects. The topics discussed include the preconceived ideas that may affect your project (both your ideas and those of other people), dealing with specialists, contractors and volunteers and looking at the way you use time in a project.
Reference: Alayne Alvis 2004, ‘Conserving “Big Stuff” – lessons learnt’, Big Stuff 2004
DOI Link (Paper):
|Alvis, Alayne. (2004). Conserving “Big Stuff” – lessons learnt. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4081368|
DOI Link (Q&A):
|Alvis, Alayne. (2004, September 29). Conserving “Big Stuff” – lessons learnt Q&A. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4116531|