Indiana - Connecting to Collections
Connecting to Collections was an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) initiative (launched in 2007) to aid libraries and museums in their efforts to provide the best possible care for the collections. The initiative is grounded in the results of the Heritage Health Index, the first, comprehensive survey of the condition and preservation needs of collections held in U.S. institutions.
This is a digital archive of materials (e.g., reports, survey data, survey tools) developed as part of Indiana’s IMLS Connecting to Collections Statewide Planning Grant or Connecting to Collections Statewide Implementation Grant.
(Indiana Historical Society, 2009-12-11)
(Indiana Historical Society, 2009-08-15)Raw data responses from 240 of 1006 organizations that participated in the Hoosier Heritage Alliance survey. All identifying information has been removed.
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheetMicrosoft Excel 2007 (396kB)
(Indiana Historical Society, 2009-08-15)A complete data summary of all questions asked in the Hoosier Heritage Alliance survey from 272 of 1006 organizations, covering topics such as the collection environment, preservation activities, and collections management.
(Indiana Historical Society, 2008-09-02)This 56-question survey, modeled on the HHI and mailed September 2008, asked questions about collections management, preservation activities and the storage environment of Hoosier heritage collections
(Indiana Historical Society, 2012-02-15)Endangered Heritage collections care advocacy traveling exhibit. Displayed at local collecting organizations. Purpose: educate local communities & potential funders about the need for collections stewardship & financial ...