Rules for publication

  1. Make your content relevant to the preservation and/or conservation of library and archives materials.
  2. No anonymous posts. Anonymous posts may be deleted.
  3. You may publish on behalf of your institution, or as an individual author (make sure you say specifically who you are representing, just in case).
  4. Authors retain all copyrights.
  5. Include proper citations if you use an author’s content elsewhere (print or electronic). See the NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors and Publishers, 2nd edition, 2007.
  6. Bring your energy and enthusiasm to the discussion, but please be respectful of other’s opinions. Discussion is great, arguing and insults are not.
  7. The Editors/Administrators reserve the right to remove content if it is deemed inappropriate. Don’t make us do that.
PCAN Editors/Administrators
September 2009

2 Responses

  1. […] This online resource is intended to begin to pick up where two great, but sadly now defunct, print publications left off, they were Conservation Administration News and the Abbey Newsletter. The project however relies on input and content from the conservation community, specifically the conservation and preservation community surrounding libraries and archives. So please do contribute. […]

  2. Let’s talk about the intersection, interplay and interdependence of print and screen that you mention.

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