Join the ArchivesSpace program team and your fellow ArchivesSpace members on December 14, 2022, at 1pm ET/10am PT for a discussion of future development of the ArchivesSpace Digital Objects Module.

Date: December 14, 2022
Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm ET/10:00am-11:30am PT (find your local time)
Registration:  https://lyrasis.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpce-trjkoGdSGvc2uCimrn5zVU0UM-027

In this discussion facilitated by members of the ArchivesSpace program team, members will be able to share their own use cases and goals for the digital objects module.  Members are encouraged to review current community-submitted feature requests for the digital objects module on the ArchivesSpace JIRA prior to the discussion.  If you are unable to locate a current feature request that represents your use case, you are encouraged to submit a feature request following these instructions.

Members are also encouraged to review the digital objects section of the ArchivesSpace user manual in anticipation of this discussion. 

This discussion is open to ArchivesSpace members only and registration is required. Attendees must register using an email address affiliated with a member organization.  This is in recognition of the crucial role that ArchivesSpace members play in directly financially supporting the sustainability and development of the application. Having input in large development projects and discussions like this one is one of the member benefits of ArchivesSpace. 

In advance of this discussion, a survey will be circulated to gauge experience with the digital objects module and expectations for future development. This discussion will not be recorded but notes will be made available on the ArchivesSpace wiki in the days following the discussion.

If you are interested in ArchivesSpace membership and contributing to the future development of the application, email the ArchivesSpace program team at ArchivesSpaceHome@lyrasis.org.



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