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Preservica presentation slides (coming soon!) – University at Buffalo presentation slides (coming soon!)

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ArchivesSpace is pleased to announce a new webinar series focused on Integrations with ArchivesSpace.  Each webinar in this series will highlight an integration with another application used in archives that ArchivesSpace members have worked on or requested.  The webinar series will feature both open source and proprietary systems.

The first webinar in this series will feature an ArchivesSpace integration with Preservica, a digital preservation software solution used by archives and cultural heritage institutions across the globe.

When: October 1, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. – noon PT; 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. BST)
Where: Zoom
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Webinar description:

This webinar will be recorded and made available on the ArchivesSpace YouTube channel.

Wendy Goodier (Preservica) and Erica Schumann (Preservica) will discuss the integration of ArchivesSpace and Preservica and demo the Preservica ArchivesSpace connector.  This tool provides an easy and automated way to synchronize metadata and organizational hierarchy between the two systems, simplifying the ingest of digital content and preserving updates made after ingest. Users maintain the same ArchivesSpace record view across both physical and digital materials, avoiding the need to re-key metadata.

Sarah Cogley (University at Buffalo Libraries) will walk through her repository’s decision to use ArchivesSpace and Preservica together.  She will offer insight into the process of integration, including decisions that were made, lessons learned and how integration has made life easier.  Sarah will also include a demo of the University at Buffalo’s integrated web presence.

A Q&A session will follow the presentations.

Presenters:

 Wendy Goodier is a Product Owner at Preservica.  Based out of the UK office, Wendy works closely with Preservica users worldwide to help understand their experience with the technology and how Preservica can make their day to day easier.  She works closely with customers, like the University at Buffalo Libraries, to keep the ArchivesSpace and Preservica integration up to date with any changes in technology or business needs.

Erica Schumann is Marketing Manager, North America at Preservica. As part of her role, Erica helps to highlight and share stories from Preservica users with the wider community to support best practice and peer engagement in digital preservation.

Sarah Cogley is the Digital Archivist for the University at Buffalo Special Collections. Sarah’s responsibilities include preserving, processing, and providing access to the collection’s unique digital resources, and providing leadership on digital collections and digital preservation standards and policies. Sarah previously held the position of Processing Archivist for University Archives, also at UB, and Assistant Archivist at Sarah Lawrence College. She is a Certified Archivist, holds the Digital Archives Specialist certification from the Society of American Archivists, and earned her MSIS from SUNY Albany.

Who should attend:
Anyone interested in possibilities for integrating ArchivesSpace with Preservica or getting ideas for building an integration workflow

Questions?

Contact Jessica at jessica.crouch@lyrasis.org if you have questions about this webinar or the Integrations with ArchivesSpace webinar series.

The next Integrations with ArchivesSpace webinar will be: Integrating ArchivesSpace with Aeon, November 7, 2019, at 2pm ET (11am PT)

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