Friday, 2 August 2013

Survey: Selecting storage materials in challenging contexts

Posted on behalf of Flavia Ravaioli:

Please take part in a brief survey on the use of storage materials. It should take from 6 to 10 minutes to complete.

My name is Flavia Ravaioli and I am studying towards an MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. You can view my personal profile here:

The aim of this survey is to collect information on how heritage practitioners choose storage materials while carrying out fieldwork. I’m primarily interested in how the choice is made in contexts in which "conservation grade" materials are not readily available. These contexts may include: archaeological sites; heritage sites or museums located in remote or poorly connected areas; heritage sites or museums in low income countries.
Please only answer this survey if you have experience of working in similar contexts.

The information gathered will contribute to a dissertation on the use of sustainable techniques and locally produced materials in conservation. The data will also be disseminated online on this page:

You must be aged over 18 to participate. By clicking on the “next” button at the bottom of this page, you are indicating that you are over 18, and you are consenting to participate in this survey. If you wish to withdraw at any stage, simply close the browser.

For comments, questions or more details about this survey please contact:

Thank you for contributing to my research, it is greatly appreciated!

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