Call for presenters – ArchivesSpace Sixth Annual Member Forum

June 17, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchNews No Comments

ArchivesSpace will be holding its sixth Annual Member Forum virtually on August 3-7, 2020, from 12pm-3pm ET each day via Zoom.  Just as in previous years, this free event is a chance for ArchivesSpace members to come together to highlight the work they are doing in ArchivesSpace, show off new plugins or tools they’ve developed, and attend workshops and trainings … Read More

Open call on how ArchivesSpace can amplify and support efforts around antiracism and inclusion

June 10, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchAll About Community No Comments

Notes from this call are available here. Please join us for our next community call, June 24th at 2-3pm ET (11-noon PT), via Zoom. This open call will be devoted to a discussion of ways ArchivesSpace can support and amplify efforts around antiracism and inclusion, and how ArchivesSpace itself can be more inclusive.  We also … Read More

ArchivesSpace Update – May 2020

May 29, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchMonthly Updates, News No Comments

Development We’re getting close to putting the final touches on the next release of ArchivesSpace and expect to have a release candidate ready very soon. New features for the next release include merging top containers, importing archival objects from spreadsheets, additional browse and search preferences for the staff interface, additional information in the background jobs … Read More

Webinar Announcement: Someday is Here! ArchivesSpace Projects for Working from Home

May 26, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchNews, Webinars No Comments

Webinar Recording Webinar Q&A Webinar Slides ArchivesSpace will be offering another webinar focusing on ArchivesSpace data cleanup projects that can be accomplished in a work from home environment on Wednesday, June 3, at 2pm ET. Most of us are doing our jobs under much different conditions than usual. As a browser-based system you can access from anywhere, ArchivesSpace is a tool that can … Read More

ArchivesSpace Update – April 2020

April 30, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchMonthly Updates, News No Comments

Development We’re getting close to putting the final touches on the next release of ArchivesSpace and expect to have it ready by mid-May. New features for the next release include merging top containers, importing archival objects from spreadsheets, additional browse and search preferences for the staff interface, additional information in the background jobs area, and … Read More

Webinar Announcement: ArchivesSpace Data Cleanup: Tips, Tricks, and Tools

April 29, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchNews, Webinars No Comments

Webinar Recording Webinar Q&A Presentation Slides: Abby Hoverstock – Expanding our team during WFH Meaghan O’Riordan – Threat Level ArchivesSpace: (Secret) Agent Cleanup Rachel Searcy – Cleanup and Maintenance of Archival Authorities Alex Duryee – Automating Date Parsing in ArchivesSpace Alicia Detelich – Getting Started with the ArchivesSpace API ArchivesSpace will be offering a 90-minute … Read More

Webinar Announcement: Integrating ArchivesSpace and ArcLight

April 28, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchNews, Webinars No Comments

Webinar Recording Webinar Q&A Mark Matienzo (presentation 1) slides Greg Wiedeman (presentation 2) slides The next webinar in the Integrations with ArchivesSpace series will be Tuesday, May 12, at 2pm ET.  Each webinar in this series highlights an integration with another application used in archives that ArchivesSpace members have worked on or requested. Our eighth webinar in this series will discuss … Read More

We can do it! Introducing the Community Developers’ Queue

April 22, 2020By Jessica Dowd CrouchAll About Community, News No Comments

From Lydia Tang and Maggie Hughes, co-leaders of the Development Prioritization sub-team Last summer, the Development Prioritization sub-team implemented a new workflow in ArchivesSpace’s development cycle with the goal of making it easier for community developers to contribute to the application’s code. We’ll get into the details of this change, but first some background on … Read More