This popular public garden is a community treasure for members and volunteers as well as the general public year-round. They have courses and entertainment for all ages. The library, with its unique collection of material, is a natural extension of the garden. Eloquent Library software makes the online library a natural extension of their website.
Vancouver, BC – September 29, 2016. Eloquent Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that VanDusen Botanical Garden has selected the Eloquent Library™ software. Patrons use mobile devices or any desktop browser for Continue reading
This California school is now "live" with archives software that , is mobile-friendly, runs in the cloud, is a seamless extension of their website, and supports all types of digital content. An auto-published historical timeline offers an additional portal into their rich database of history. Priceless promotion!
Vancouver, BC – September 13, 2016. Eloquent Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that The Branson School has selected the Eloquent Archives™ software which is mobile-friendly and supports all popular Internet browsers. Their historical timeline, automatically published by the software, shows a rich heritage starting in the 1910’s and moving Continue reading
100 years ago Henry Ford, who created the auto industry’s first production line, financed and built the Henry Ford Hospital. Today the Henry Ford Health System is the only organization in the U.S. to win all five major health care quality awards. The rich archives of this institution are managed with Eloquent Archives™.
Vancouver, BC – September 8, 2016 - Eloquent Systems Inc is pleased to announce that Henry Ford Health System (Lam Archives) has upgraded their Eloquent Archives™ software to the latest version which is mobile-friendly. The responsive-design make it easy to read and operate on a smart phone and tablet as well as with any desk top browser. The new Eloquent Mobile technology also makes their archival holdings Continue reading
The major advancement in the Version 7.1 product line is the Mobile-Friendly access for all applications - archives, library, museum, records. Responsive design enables a single version to be used on all devices. It simply reformats the output to fit the viewing screen, making everything easy to read and navigate. Several customers who have already gone public with this release are very pleased with how easy it is to use and to personalize, providing a seamless interface to their website.
August 22, 2016 – Vancouver, BC – Eloquent Systems Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Version 7.1 of the entire Eloquent product line. Select customers are already updated and enjoying many of the enhancements in this Mobile-Friendly version. Continue reading
The public can use a mobile device or any browser to explore the rich history of aviation as recorded and digitized by this university that grew out of a company co-founded in 1925 by a barn-storming pilot. Today it is a world leader in aviation and aeronautical higher education.
Vancouver, BC - July 19, 2016. Eloquent Systems Inc is pleased to announce that Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has upgraded their Eloquent Archives™ software to the new version which supports mobile devices as well as all popular browsers. With the new software their archival holdings become an integral part of their university website.
The historical records of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's three campuses-Daytona Beach, Fla., Prescott, Ariz., and the Worldwide Campus-plus all of its Continue reading
The public can use any browser or mobile device to find all types of digital content in the archives of the Palmer College - founded in 1897 by the discoverer of chiropractic.
Vancouver, BC - July 12, 2016. Eloquent Systems Inc is pleased to announce that the Palmer College of Chiropractic has upgraded their Eloquent Archives™ software to the new mobile-friendly version which supports mobile devices as well as all popular browsers.
In many ways, the early history of chiropractic is the history of three generations of Palmers. Continue reading
The City of Regina Archives contains memories going back to the 1880's. Their software automatically publishes & updates a Historical Timeline available to the public.
The City of Regina Archives has utilized the Eloquent Archives Timeline Publisher to trace the history of Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field in honour of the Farewell Season. A new Mosaic Stadium is currently under construction and will be ready for the Saskatchewan Roughriders 2017 season. The timeline combines major milestones in the history of the stadium with major points in Regina’s history.
The pictures, text, and great memories for the timeline are all in their archives database. Publishing is simply a matter of Continue reading
Every Eloquent database can include all types of digital content. Users find it with any Internet browser or mobile device.
Do your users complain about the time it takes to download the digital content in your databases? You can solve that by storing them so they will stream.
Your users should find it very intuitive. They already use the tools when searching the Internet. They do not need to download any software.
In your Eloquent database you will probably have only one digital object on a page along with a lot of descriptive information. This blog shows many samples so you can imagine what your users will see.
WebGENCAT is derived from GEN for “generic” and CAT for “catalog”. It is the core of all Eloquent software.
All Eloquent WebSuite applications have a catalog of valuable things that people want to keep for a long time. Things that are worth organizing and cataloging so they will be easy to find.
When people search an Eloquent database they expect to find everything about the specific topic. They need precision searching. It is not like Googling for something and getting millions of hits, most not relevant.
The WebGENCAT Toolkit was used to Continue reading
James MacMillan, Director of Advancement for the prestigious Selwyn House School, describes how he uncovered the schools rich history dating back to the 1930s in the archives - how he digitized much of it and made it available online for any browser or mobile device.
Selwyn House School has come a long way since I first discovered the school’s archives. It was in the early 1990s, about two to three years after becoming the Director of Advancement, and I was told that there were many photos, papers, and other memorabilia somewhere in the school, but they had not yet been catalogued and, in some cases, no one was sure if much of it still existed. Thus the search began.
The real treasure trove was in the attic of the Lucas Building, the main Building of Selwyn House, purchased in the early 1960s. It was in this hot and stuffy area Continue reading