Recorded Webinar: Building Knowledge: How to Gather Documentation on Historic Sites and Landscapes
Recorded On: 10/21/2015
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Building Knowledge: Documentation on Historic Sites and Landscapes is an AASLH Continuing Education recorded webinar. This webinar is about the various reports and documents that organizations will want to compile and keep on the historic structures and landscapes they own or manage. This event is presented by Rachel Leibowitz. If it’s true that “knowledge is power,” then organizations that own or manage historic structures and landscapes need all the knowledge they can get.
In this StEPs Lab webinar, we discuss the various reports and documents that organizations will want to compile and keep on the historic structures and landscapes they own or manage. Hear guest speaker Rachel Leibowitz, Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, discuss how to find someone to research and write Historic Structures and other reports, existing studies you may not be aware of, and the types of information that can be gleaned from these documents.
Leibowitz is the Manager of the Preservation Services Division of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency and the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer. She has served as a historian for Federal Programs at the Texas Historical Commission in Austin, and also has worked in two Chicago architecture firms and in the City of Chicago’s Historic Preservation Division. Leibowitz has taught courses in cultural landscape preservation and landscape history at the University of Texas at Austin and at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Paid and unpaid staff, volunteers, and board members from organizations of all sizes will benefit from this recording. Participants enrolled in AASLH’s StEPs program will benefit from a discussion on how they can meet performance indicators related to the topic.
This webinar is part of the StEPs Lab series of continuing education offered to both StEPs program participants and all others interested in historic preservation. This is StEPs Lab 4.
Applying what you learn in a Lab to your policies and practices helps your organization make meaningful progress. The more progress you make, the more boxes you can check off in the StEPs workbook. The more boxes you check off, the more Bronze, Silver, and Gold certificates your organization earns. And that translates into more credibility, more support, and an organization that is a valuable asset to its community for many more years to come.