Preservation 101 is a 2-week asynchronous course intended for individuals who manage cultural collections, with a focus on individuals...
Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) is a statewide program that provides free planning and education services to support the vast network of collecting institutions such as archives, libraries, historical societies, museums, and other organizations that safeguard and ensure access to New York's historical records and library research materials.
OVERVIEW of DHPSNY
What we do:
- Planning & Assessment Services
- Educational programs
- Communications and outreach
- Improved adherence to standards and best practices for preservation and accessibility
- Improved documentation of under-represented populations and topics
- Increased public awareness of the value of New York’s historical records and library research materials and increased use of these resources
Recent News Items
We are thrilled to welcome our newest team member, DHPSNY Preservation Specialist Kate Jacus!
“Choose Your Own Adventure: A Metadata Assessment Tool for Oral History Projects” Webinar Recording Now Available!
Since 2013, the Oral History Association Metadata Task Force (MTF) has developed tools for archivists and other practitioners to...
We're excited to announce that the deadline to apply for our Spring 2023 Planning & Assessment Services Round has been extended, and...