Following are links to other organizations and web sites which offer useful information and contacts for registrars and collections specialists:

American Alliance of Museums

Association of Art Museum Directors

Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material  (AICCM) - Find a Conservator

Canadian Heritage Information Network

Collections Stewardship Professional Network - AAM

Council of State Archivists-Pocket Response Plan (PReP)

Connecting to Collections Care Online Community
*ARCS is pleased to support the Connecting to Collections Care Online Community 

The Dutch Registrars Group

Getty research institute vocabularies

Graphics Atlas: Chromogenic 

Heritage Preservation - Emergency Response And Salvage Wheel App 

International Foundation for Art Research 

International Institutue for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Work-Environmental Guidelines 

International Institutue for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Work/International Council of Museums- Declaration on Environmental Guidelines

Library of Congress-Emergency Preparedness: Response & Recovery 

Tate: Matters in Media Art: Acquire, Document, Lend, Preserve

National Park Service Conserve-O-Gram

Northeast Document Conservation Center Free Resources - Preservation 

Northeast Document Conservation Center Training Programs 

Northeast Document Conservation Center PreservationLeaflets 

Queens Library Tweetorial 

Restrictions on African Elephant Ivory

Restrictions Elephant Ivory and Rhinoceros Horn Trade

Smithsonian Museum Studies Training Directory 

V-Tape Video art repository condition reporting forms and more

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