We support these often open-access online publications. Most are supported by the institute unless otherwise noted.
We maintain an online community that allows cultural heritage professionals and those interested in the field to connect with each other. Its modern, easy-to-use interface allows users to following conversations online or via their email inboxes. It hosts both member-restricted and free content.
Gain access to the member-restricted content by joining the institute as a member or support the free communities by donating to our foundation.
The AIC Wiki is a compendia of working knowledge on materials and techniques used to preserve and treat works of art and historic artifacts. We encourage collaborative editing and broad access to these resources, ensuring that innovative methods and materials are documented and widely disseminated to practicing conservators and conservation scientists. Learn more about how you can add your knowledge by visiting our Contribute page.
- We publish papers from our annual meeting in postprints through our specialty groups. See more about our Books & Periodicals.
- We make posters presented at our annual conference available online.
- Conservation Online (CoOL) is a full text library of conservation information, covering a wide spectrum of topics of interest to those involved with the conservation of library, archives, and museum materials.
- It hosts our Resource Hub, our place for openly available online articles, postprints, archives, and materials on a range of conservation topics.
- It also hosted the Conservation DistList, or ConsDistList, until the new Global Conservation Forum replaced it in 2019. Archives are still searchable on the site.
- JPASS is your personal access plan to more than 1,500 academic journals on JSTOR, a digital library of the most influential research and ideas published in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
- Our members have reduced-price access they can use anywhere, anytime. A pass is now just $99/year with the option to purchase one month for $19.50.
Contributing to the online conversations about cultural property, its preservation, conservation, and care means being present where and when they are taking place. That means looking at Conservation in Social Media and sharing with us and our wider audience the insights and expertise gained through your work.
We share Survey Reports, which cover topics such as salaries, collection care staff concerns, and sustainability.