By now you know that the “Mellon Meeting” has happened. We at PCAN have no details of what transpired yet, but through the grapevine we have learned that one question kept coming up: do conservators working in library and archives need a Masters of Library Science degree?
We would like to get your thoughts. If you would like to send this link on to your AUL or Director to get their thoughts, please do. The wider the respondents the better. So, without further adieu, the question:
Is it important that a book and paper conservator working in a library (or archives) have a library degree? If so, why? If not, why not?
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