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This survey was administered by the LSU Office of Community Preservation through the sponsorship of the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. Its purpose was to collect data about the use of Internet-based technologies for communication among preservation professionals. The objective of this project was to help the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training plan and develop training courses, workshops, and services that will advance the use of electronic communication technologies for historic preservation.

The survey was designed to solicit responses from preservation professionals about how Internet-based communication is affecting conservation activities. Divided into six parts, the survey contained twenty-five questions. Although the authors of the survey realize that there are many other innovative applications of computer-based technologies for historic preservation, it was decided that this initial survey should address only Internet access and usage. However, there was a “Comments” section at the end of the survey that specifically requested input about other computer-based applications for historic preservation.


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