Category Archives: Recovery Resources

New Salvage and Recovery Site from NLM

An announcement from NLM: The National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world’s largest medical library and a component of the National Institutes of Health, announces a new Web site, “Emergency Preparedness and Response: How to Safely Stabilize Library Collections in … Continue reading

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Disaster Aid via Smartphones

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced that survivors of disaster can now apply for federal assistance via smart phone.   See the full press release for details.  According to the release, this new tool is one aspect of FEMA’s initiative to make its … Continue reading

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CPR for wet books

As our airconditioning systems are cranking away in the summer heat and humidity, creating condensation build-up on some interior pipes and ducts, as the 2010 hurricane season gets into full swing off the southern/southeastern coasts of the continental U.S., and … Continue reading

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Disaster Preparedness Quiz

Is your library ready for a disaster? Find out by taking this 10 question quiz from the Institute for Business and Home Safety.

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