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AIC offers you the opportunity to establish a deeper connection with your profession, peers, and preservation interests. Through publications, conferences, workshops, and daily networking opportunities, AIC provides you with what you need to move ahead in your profession. Enjoy the latest scholarly articles, job announcements, and a community of peers.

Online Community


AIC has a new online community utilizing a cloud-based platform called Higher Logic. It has a modern interface and provides easy access to conversations by allowing you to respond to posts via your email inbox. The community includes the AIC Member Forum, various subgroups, AIC member directory with greater searchable demographics, a resource library, and the AIC Blog--all of which give members easy access to a variety of our publications and research.

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Social Media


Contributing to the online conversations about cultural property, its preservation, conservation,
and care means being present where and when they are taking place. As technology tools enable an easy exchange with other professionals, governmental representatives,clients, and the public, we encourage you to share with us and our wider audience the insights and expertise gained through your work.

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Listservs


We maintain a variety of email lists that allow for efficient management of its groups and functions, and foster peer-to-peer exchanges that form an important part of our knowledge base.

 

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JSTOR Access


JPASS: Your personal access plan to a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals on JSTOR.
  • Access the most influential research and ideas published in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences over centuries—anywhere, anytime.
  • AIC members have reduced-price access to JSTOR through JPASS. An annual pass is now just $99, with the option to purchase one month of access for $19.50.
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Meeting Resources


Papers from AIC's annual meeting eventually make their way into several post-meeting publications published by specialty. For a couple of these, you can search by articles, topics, and authors for free by going to:
Meetings also feature posters displaying recent and in-progress research. To view these, click here.

Conservation Wiki


The wiki is a compendia of working knowledge on materials and techniques used to preserve and treat works of art and historic artifacts. It allows for easy and timely collaborative editing and also provides much broader access to these resources, ensuring that innovative methods and materials are documented and widely disseminated to practicing conservators and conservation scientists.

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Conservation Online


Conservation Online (CoOL) is a full text library of conservation information, covering a wide spectrum of topics of interest to those involved with the conservation of library, archives and museum materials.

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ANAGPIC Student Research


ANAGPIC, the Association of North American Graduate Programs in the Conservation of Cultural Property, hosts an annual conference to feature research by conservation graduate students. Papers and posters presented at the conferences since 2005 are available on the ANAGPIC website. 

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STASH


STASH (Storage Techniques for Art, Science, and History), supported by our foundation, provides information and tools so that institutions of all types, sizes, and resource levels can learn how to create safe and appropriate storage solutions.

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