Upcoming Event: ArRA, The Archivist’s Do-It-Yourself Series: Practical Paper Conservation Techniques

The Libraries

invites you to a free training workshop entitled

ArRA, The Archivist’s Do-It-Yourself Series:
Practical Paper Conservation Techniques

10 July 2018, Tuesday, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
​Multipurpose Room, The Learning Commons
12th floor, Henry Sy Sr. Hall

Resource Speakers
Ms. Karen Cecille V. Natividad
Mr. Jan-Michael C. Cayme

About the training
As part of the DLSU Archives@50 Celebration, this activity aims to instill the value of paper conservation as one the sustainable solutions in maintaining archival and library collections and to teach basic paper conservation techniques.

About the speakers
Karen Cecille V. Natividad is the Readers’ Services Coordinator of DLSU Libraries. She specializes in archival studies and administration and has conducted workshops on paper and book conservation. She earned her graduate degree in Library and Information Science specializing in Archival Science from the University of the Philippines Diliman. She once served as a member of the National Committee on Archives of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).

Jan-Michael C. Cayme is an assistant professorial lecturer at the Chemistry Department of the De La Salle University, Manila, and a licensed chemist. He has several publications in local and international scientific journals on the chemistry of old building materials. He also holds a Masters’ degree in chemistry and currently completing his PhD in Chemistry at the University of the Philippines, Diliman. Among his other research interests include the use of chemistry techniques in analyzing the composition of heritage materials from historical churches and fortifications.

Online registration is required due to limited number of slots (maximum of 3​0). Interested participants are requested to kindly fill out this online registration form. Registration ends at 5:00 PM on 06 July 2018.

For inquiries, you may send an email to library@dlsu.edu.ph or contact Ms. Roselle S. Maestro, Archivist, at local 621.​