More archivists recognize the value of having only one place to store and manage all their archives; no matter what media type or security level.
Eloquent Archives is a long-time leader in archives management software. It was the first software in the industry to support the hierarchical structures required by standards such as ISAD (G), DACS, and RAD, and for more than four decades, archival institutions have evolved painlessly with Eloquent software through the rapid technology evolution experienced in the industry.
Many centers are now living with The Eloquent Archives software that is mobile-friendly, runs in the cloud, is a seamless extension of their website, and supports all types of digital content. Continue reading →
LSUS will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary in 2018 and to promote the celebration and their rich history the university archives has published a sample online Timeline. The administration was very impressed and approved more resources to complete the project.
Vancouver, BC – April 5, 2017 – Eloquent Systems is pleased to announce that Louisiana State University in Shreveport (LSUS) has implemented the Historical Timeline module available in their new mobile-friendly Eloquent Archives system. The content for the timeline is entered into the archives database where it can link to content already there. It is published to the Internet with the click of the mouse and becomes available to everyone including Google and other search engines.
The university alumni and researchers around the world can now use mobile devices or any popular browser to get an overview of their 50-year rich history by scrolling down the timeline. They can also use the public search module to find photographs, oral histories, and textual documents Continue reading →
Eloquent Systems is sponsoring a webinar series by Maria Robinson, an Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia. Ms. Robinson has a HBA (with distinction) form the University of Toronto, a MAS in Archival Studies from UBC, and a 5-year career of practical, on-the-job, experience in archives and records management positions.
The YouTube videos were captured as the webinars were delivered to Eloquent Clients (archivists, librarians, museum curators, records managers) during Maria’s two-year position as Continue reading →
This is the eighth in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. This webinar covers the entire process of accessioning historical archives to having them professionally described and online to the public.
Every enterprise or organization has a culture and a heritage they want to preserve and to use over the years to promote “their brand”. This webinar will use key features of Continue reading →
This is the seventh in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. This webinar gives a quick overview of managing the entire lifecycle management of electronic as well as physical records.
Maria call on her years of practical experience and academic training to recommend great information governance procedures that will make everyone in the enterprise more productive and at the same time reduce your legal liability. Continue reading →
This is the sixth in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. This webinar shows you how the audience searching your database of resources can easily share what they find with their friends. More people become aware of “your brand” and your database is enriched by “crowd sourced” tagging of pictures and comments on all items.
This is the fifth in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. It explains the value of a well-structured hierarchy saves time by not entering a lot of data redundantly (no global changes) and that it adds a meaningful view for researchers.
If you have nothing but an inventory list of your holdings, this webinar is for you. The webinar will cover the process of entering data records so that they automatically form a hierarchy. You just point up or down to related records and never have to add the same data more than once. Continue reading →
This is the fourth in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. It explains how you can have everything in one place (a single database) and give everyone access to what they need.
Every application in the Eloquent WebSuite provides you with a default set of user groups and a single user in each group. In this webinar we will show you how to tailor these groups and add any number of personalized users. Continue reading →
This is the third in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. It explains the importance of having a taxonomy or controlled vocabulary for your enterprise content management (ECM).
With a database full of information, it is important to keep your terminology consistent. You need control when entering data and assistance for the people searching. You should be able to put in an alternate or non-preferred term and seamlessly be directed to the standard term. Searches will be more accurate and complete if the Continue reading →
This is the second in a series of webinars byMaria Robinson, anAdjunct Professorat theUniversity of British Columbia. It shows how batches of digital content can be loaded quickly, adding meta-data as you go.
The spreadsheet-style web form is like Excel where you can add up to 300 rows of information, each becoming a unique record in the database when the form is saved. It is better than Excel because Continue reading →