Rebecca Elder is an experienced cultural heritage preservation consultant who helps clients find practical and achievable solutions to care for their history collections. She collaborates with libraries, museums, archives, municipalities, and families to tailor preservation plans to their resources and timelines.
In 2014, Rebecca founded Rebecca Elder Cultural Heritage Preservation to provide preservation advice to clients holding history collections. Rebecca received her MSIS and a Certificate of Advanced Studies for Conservation of Library and Archival Materials from the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, and now is adjunct faculty at the iSchool, teaching Preservation Management and Treatment Techniques for Bound Materials. She also serves as coordinator for the National Heritage Responders, a team of volunteer conservators and allied professionals who respond to disasters.
She will be leading the courses Practical Approaches to Disaster Preparations beginning April 1, 2019 and Salvage & Recovery of Cultural Heritage Collections July 1, 2019.
For more information about Rebecca and the courses she will be leading visit our website at http://www.museumstudy.com/about-us/instructors/rebecca-elder/