[Libs-Or] FW: Oregon Heritage News 2018-03-15
Ross.Fuqua at state.or.us
Thu Mar 15 16:57:50 PDT 2018
Here's the latest news from the Oregon Heritage Commission (see below).
The Heritage MentorCorps Program is hosting a free, two-day digitization workshop at the Coos History Museum at the end of March. Sounds like they will cover a lot of ground on getting started with digital collections projects!
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From: Heritage [mailto:heritage-bounces at listsmart.osl.state.or.us] On Behalf Of INFO Heritage * OPRD
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2018 4:24 PM
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Subject: [Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2018-03-15
In this issue:
1. Heritage conference highlight: nonprofit board workshop and registration deal
2. Coos History Museum hosts digitization workshop March 26-27
3. Grant funding for sacred places
4. IMLS grant opportunity for community development projects
5. NAO survey request: are you ready for a disaster?
6. Were you impacted by a Wildfire in 2017? Travel Oregon wants to know
7. Exhibits specialist position open in Baker City
HERITAGE CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHT: NONPROFIT BOARD WORKSHOP AND REGISTRATION DEAL
If you are new to being on a nonprofit board or even if you are a long time board member and are looking to refresh your knowledge on board roles and responsibilities to recruit new board members, consider attending the pre-conference workshop, A Strong Board = A Strong Organization, on April 11 in Bend. The goal of this workshop is to familiarize board members with board roles and responsibilities so they can support their organization's goals to the best of their abilities. Understanding roles and responsibilities will also help boards set expectations when recruiting new board members. This workshop will begin with a presentation by Susan Bower, Assistant Attorney General in the Charitable Activities Section at the Oregon Attorney General's Office and a past Chair of the Nonprofit Organizations Law Section of the Oregon State Bar. Susan will discuss the non-profit board member's legal duties and responsibilities. The second half of the workshop will be conducted by the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship who will provide tools and resources to help build a better board.
This workshop occurs on the first day of the Oregon Heritage Conference April 11-13 in Bend. In order to encourage more board members to attend, we have a "buy one registration, get one ½ off for a board member" deal going on. To make use of this deal, contact Kuri Gill at kuri.gill at oregon.gov<mailto:kuri.gill at oregon.gov> or 503-986-0685 to get the code. For more information about the conference or to register visit http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/Pages/Conference.aspx.
COOS HISTORY MUSEUM HOSTS DIGITIZATION WORKSHOP MARCH 26-27
FREE, two day Digitization Workshop on Monday March 26 and Tuesday March 27, 2018 at the Coos History Museum.
Please register by contacting director at cooshistorymuseum.org<mailto:director at cooshistorymuseum.org> and including the following information: participant's name, institution you represent, email address and daytime phone number, whether you plan to brown bag or participate in ordering in lunch during our working lunches. Again, this is a FREE 2-day workshop.
The Coos History Museum is part of the Heritage MentorCorps Program thru the Oregon Parks & Recreation Department, Oregon Heritage, Oregon Heritage Commission. This FREE workshop is made possible by funding provided by the Heritage MentorCorps Program which is a statewide network of volunteers trained in collections care and emergency management work directly with Oregon museums, libraries and archives to improve the care of cultural collections and prepare for emergencies.
Monday March 26, 2018
Basic Digitization: Going from Analog to Digital
This will include all of the processes to consider when implementing a digital project.
Nominating and Selecting from Collections
Scanning and Capturing Objects
Concerns about Quality and Condition of Collections
Metadata, Dublin Core and Controlled Vocabulary
Providing Digital Access
Preservation and Storage of Digital Objects
Products for Digital Access
Non-custodial Acquisition of Historical Materials
Partnerships and Collaboration
Tuesday March 27, 2018 (Day Two More Advanced Class)
Born Digital: Managing Digital Records
The Nature of Digital Records (differences and similarities between electronic and analog records)
Acquisition and Migration
Techniques, Tools and Software for Managing
Arranging and Describing
Long-term Storage and Preservation of Digital
About the instructor: Robert Schimelpfenig is an Archivist for the WSU Vancouver Library. Since 2001, he has successfully collaborated with historical and cultural institutions on digital projects. His early contributions include the coordination and digitization of regional, ethnic history materials in the Columbia River Basin Ethnic History Archive. Most recently, his involvement in the development of a joint digital program with Clark County Historical Museum in Vancouver, Washington has initiated the digitization of over 30,000 objects from local collections. In 2006, Robert helped to establish the Archives & Special Collections at WSU Vancouver, overseeing the university's growing collections. His interests include archival stewardship, preservation and turning collaborative projects with local organizations into long term partnerships. Robert received his PhD from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California.
GRANT FUNDING FOR SACRED PLACES
>From prairie churches to urban cathedrals and synagogues, historic sacred places are often the oldest, and most beautiful, buildings within our communities. Grants from the National Fund for Sacred Places help to keep these places as an important part of our national cultural heritage. The Fund for Sacred Places is a comprehensive program that provides training, planning grants, and capital grants from $50,000 to $250,000 to congregations of all faiths for rehabilitation work on their historic facilities. Letters of Intent due April 17.
State, Tribal, Local Plans & Grants Division
National Park Service
1849 C Street NW, Mail Stop 7360
Washington, DC 20240
To apply for a grant, please visit grants.gov<http://grants.gov/>, where all funding opportunity announcements are posted.
IMLS GRANT OPPORTUNITY FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is accepting grant applications for Activating Community Opportunities Using Museums/Libraries as Assets<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMDP1grlRbW1yJEwHBbIoTDIkESXsKsW1y_cthdxBmBAPHimMYIhGhEdPAy0STCFttRa-u3cRsirWfTDwx6PT9o3rjLOSFmbr5eTMXdXD4kkAcbNXHP67cgKeO0_Cd6bPCtFcX0XXjdvGzFHzCjwKl-xeuVTwFKL0avcNY_JZrT_6C3tL9jkrorP2o097Mex0XEyVinl7sWpduqWnV46yBys=&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==> now through May 14, 2018.
Museums, libraries, and archives, as well as universities and non-profit organizations with experience in museum, library, or archives projects and expertise in community development work, are eligible to apply. Award amounts will range from $25,000 to $150,000, and a one-to-one cost share is required. More details can be found in the application guidelines<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMDP1grlRbW1ypPz8C47A3vSfT-ne64AdBfH_NVv75mLeDxrt-SG8YT-2OtcxQ6KS0wxb3kMZvbp-XP29QSmQiuikWWaqtu5wf1fny31RL7jNkUxdGExrYudfb--4UprE9PqymJCrHvmbUpOeFDvJKidGrTj4qQTsODrsb4QwKcwc97x2DZGycobd19Z_stBwHbeLgkLUmKOECbNnjZZujZqUMIF563iZiA==&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==>.
The grant is part of IMLS's Community Catalyst <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMHmGrb8cgkA0Q66tJeqTRyWXhLOk9pJaEHyTO0d89X8kvfFwuIObboRch32kDubr08wj51J0AJ-KOwerIBraMMOpd2-Lywnqm2PIdBM1GO3cKqxSF6AKSNSuMDALD8e4rZ2GAWC06_87R7TQaaswX5z_rliv7VBUjb8uBN8rMQPg&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==> initiative, which examines how libraries, archives, and museums can work collaboratively with their communities to improve community wellbeing. The Community Catalyst funding opportunity encourages applicants to use innovative, collaborative approaches and to explore new project partners within their communities. The definition of a proposed project's community and desired impact is unique to each applicant. Successful proposals will draw on collective impact methodologies, social well-being indicators, asset mapping, and other approaches from the community development field.
In addition to receiving IMLS funding, applicants may be considered for technical assistance through the Environmental Protection Agency's "Building Blocks: Sustainable Strategies<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMIkjE-2BUY8QXzRh7QQZsAkE_feJ8lRNp3NBRB8y2XewkGd9ZxJR_vAPpwv0ib8-yiFAv-1j2qjLZHoS_2-FOyQ_L15834rB-DW9otm7ebxuphuXI_V6IuPP4Ccldh9UHpU9F2WKfVwTKvZzlgWO_U4yYbtXOwClUQ==&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==> for Small Cities and Rural Areas and Supporting Equitable Development" program. EPA will provide support to selected applicants to help them identify local opportunities for smart growth in their communities as it relates to their projects' goals.
Applicants are encouraged to review the 2016 report<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMHmGrb8cgkA0FNerLQ1z5MI6lV9KNgRs2i3pkTLQW2sQo7Mav_nr7TkJBcv0d1s4sY69v_qBP0_nLs7XSNpZxkFpkHx0v4VY42Y2CyA91MZiHh3FpHUGI1UEqhzZTQ4NA6mL0NyiHiwL-upAbssLFYssW0AoxwNyVShjOVv9049oB56eWJDSbjZjcrzxkdhFVdjT1xW6V3L9nktx03Xj1a4=&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==> and Community Catalyst blog series<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMDP1grlRbW1yQoygMjQRBoWoMcLknlVUilI_B1WzPnSxu09944_dibJpy1z9rPuMS7ogIU6-I1eCdxtoxMsw1vtJJ-ahnrwUCO2l-cB_icHag3wv1PD47_NkbWp_idH4ew==&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==>. IMLS invites all interested applicants to attend an informational webinar<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwMIkjE-2BUY8Q5mXvgffxX_RYpUoB7mn87P9wfMTPhO-xD4O33kQQp2_004ON6ww5iqGg-2HKkoK_1DAHJWChyOJm2KG6DpdxlXUSPIwXMcPNzK1IiFrzkS--4SeMQEVXevr1tX2c38O43-fxiOwqnZa7KqbNQ4k28RO3oEBuhp--ZN5_QJ8_gBgOktPsUekeCvW4IVbowMGZ&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==> on Monday, March 26 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. ET. IMLS uses the Blackboard Collaborate system for webinars. If you are a first-time user, please see the bottom of the IMLS webinar page<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001MzaO8rv7gXwkDvPjDpeHeD2mhUNrau7WBNaLS4Bd4VKg6cBoflHwML2r7xRTRoM8Irr0kvyH2giw1J1GWeO-EYmCQW5QgsrbjXNFurw-4T991S7hEN8sShff-7oZICVEO8DAAsj9eoXzVe5z343qet54FdHYNdPxZ9UxAdNcQV4=&c=f8d5AJPB0JrEEe8GjLkCezSiPzYz_tyGc6B08qW89U4nSDFsqJ95cw==&ch=Sj692e5Zpdvrcun9m92I3sirYk1uR9pdZTr_TF_kRnkwSdc9jSImLw==> for more information or to check your system compatibility. Recordings of the webinars will also be available.
For questions, please reach out to Dr. Marvin Carr, mcarr at imls.gov<mailto:mcarr at imls.gov>, 202-653-4752, Steve Schwartzman, sshwartzman at imls.gov<mailto:sshwartzman at imls.gov>, 202-653-4641, or Sarah Fuller, sfuller at imls.gov<mailto:sfuller at imls.gov>, 202-653-4783.
NAO SURVEY REQUEST: ARE YOU READY FOR A DISASTER?
The Pacific Northwest, Oregon, and Portland face a number of natural hazards that can create disasters for our communities. These hazards include both common events such as, storms and flooding, as well as more rare events such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. The region's nonprofit organizations are critical in supporting many communities today, and this need will continue after any disaster event.
To learn more about the resilience of the nonprofit sector, we are surveying nonprofit organizations to understand the concerns, resources, and actions that they have taken to prepare for disasters. The information collected should provide more general information regarding the state of nonprofit organizations' disaster preparedness and the challenges they encounter in doing so. Such information will also help inform The Seismic Safety Policy Advisory Commission's task of generating policy recommendations in the development of the Community Resilience Legislation, Senate Bill 850.
It will take you approximately 15 - 20 minutes to respond to these questions. Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and confidential. Responses to this survey will be kept confidential and we will not share individual responses with anyone. When we report on findings, we will aggregate answers, and identifiers will be removed.
This research is being conducted by Dr. Grace (Chikoto) Schultz, Paul Manson, and Andrew Russo at Portland State University, in cooperation with City Club of Portland's Earthquake Report Advocacy Committee (CCERAC) and the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO). If you have any questions about the survey, please feel free to contact Dr. (Chikoto) Schultz at (503) 725-5405 or graceschultz at pdx.edu<mailto:graceschultz at pdx.edu>. We welcome all nonprofit leaders to take the survey, so please share the link:
Click here to take the Survey.<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001mG-fKgqBXwN3VAl6EKH1GQIfQeE58TfIPtVEo72FzykBi1qlirGMDizWolYujKkNocxI8I-AYIJHlqyHoJNbmIe0LGJ56TvLdDwafEwQsWt5zcjApZcCUK0h6mPkGYUt-Y5UiAXF-8bOvg8tDCBRBPNVGaiypOKOMS-JLzCb8VU=&c=V6EBVY8IIuoHSS63Osf3X7-lGu_QBIelPVGycxbkaXOHJNuWwmIZUw==&ch=S-y7nV3TtmvEnrhKU5r3iGFmn2Et_v8parHSTs0K4Aw6laABx_vouA==>
Enter the following link into your web browser:
Please Note: In some cases, certain browsers with Pop-up blocking software may cause the survey to not load. If you run into any errors loading the survey, try disabling Pop-up blockers just for this visit to the website. If you continue to have challenges, feel free to contact Paul Manson at mansonp at pdx.edu<mailto:mansonp at pdx.edu>.
WERE YOU IMPACTED BY A WILDFIRE IN 2017? TRAVEL OREGON WANTS TO KNOW
In 2017, Oregon experienced one of its most severe wildfire seasons in years. Residents and businesses were affected throughout the state and the impacts on Oregon's tourism industry were widespread.
In an effort to assist in recovery and resiliency efforts for our partners following wildfires, Travel Oregon wants to know more about the impacts the wildfires had on Oregon's businesses throughout the state. Once we establish a baseline for the impact these fires caused, we will be better armed to report on losses that fire leaves in its wake. And, we want to provide you with a potential resource to help you, should you need to request wildfire-related grants or FEMA funds. And that's why we need to hear<https://t.e2ma.net/click/1whny/x162xs/5b0aaj> from you.
With that in mind, we are surveying<https://t.e2ma.net/click/1whny/x162xs/l40aaj> businesses and organizations throughout the state who were impacted during the 2017 wildfire season. Although not all businesses were directly impacted by fires, many were impacted across the state due to smoke, road closures and canceled events. We know many businesses closed and events were canceled and we need to know if your business was impacted in any way.
For instance, is your business located in a town on the Cycle Oregon route? You were likely impacted. Is your business located in Southern Oregon? Due to the Chetco-Bar fire, you were likely impacted. Do visitors need to access your location via I-84? Due to the closure of the highway from the Eagle Creek fire, you were likely impacted. Do you own a business in Sisters? Due to the Milli Fire, the Folk Festival was canceled and you were likely impacted.
The survey<https://t.e2ma.net/click/1whny/x162xs/1w1aaj> is available until March 16. If you operate a travel-related business or organization in Oregon, be sure to take the survey<https://t.e2ma.net/click/1whny/x162xs/hp2aaj>.
The results of the study will be compiled by Dean Runyan Associates and Destination Analysts. Results will be shared with the industry at the conclusion of the study, which is expected to be April 30, 2018.
If you have questions, contact Ladan at TravelOregon.com<mailto:Ladan at TravelOregon.com?subject=Wildfire%20Survey>.
EXHIBITS SPECIALIST POSITION OPEN IN BAKER CITY
Exhibits Specialist opening in Baker City at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Click on the links below for more information.
The Vale District, NHOTIC, is recruiting for one permanent Exhibits Specialist GS-1010-05/07 position. The full performance level is GS-09. It is being advertised both government-wide and open to all U.S. Citizens. The announcements opened today and will close on Monday, March 19.
OR Merit-2018-0093<https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/493727900> ~ For current & former federal employees with career/career-conditional status.
OR-DEU-2018-0092<https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/493727600> ~ Open to all U.S. Citizens
Share your photos of Oregon's heritage on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using #oregonheritage.
Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>.
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