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Title:A Public Trust at Risk: The Heritge Health Index Report on the Condition of Alabama's Collections
Author(s):Alabama Historical Commission and its four grant partners
Contributor(s):Four grant partners joined with the Alabama Historical Commission: Alabama Department of Archives and History, Alabama Museums Association, Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, and the Society of Alabama Archivists.
Subject(s):Collection and preservation
Materials -- Preservation
Alabama
Geographic Coverage:Alabama
Abstract:Using the survey data, consultant, Dr. Jerry Ingram, undertook extensive statistical analysis, drafted a survey report, and met with the grant partners to review the data and his draft. We posted his final report on our Alabama Cultural Commons Web site and notified all Alabama organizations about the report. In addition, we promoted the results with the media, so that the people of Alabama could learn about the survey and its results.
Issue Date:2010/09
Publisher:In 2009, the five grant partners began to promote all grant activities as the Alabama Cultural Commons.
Type:Text
Language:ENG
Description:Alabama
Consultant, Dr. Jerry Ingram, of Southeast Research, Inc., undertook the statistical analysis of our survey data. Grant partners contributed the text in the first two chapters of his written survey report where we describe the IMLS Planning Grant, the Alabama grant partnership, and steps taken to conduct a survey.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/47135
Other Identifier(s):Survey Report
Sponsor:Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Alabama Historical Commission administered the Planning Grant with four statewide partners (Refer to column G)
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-02-11


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