Archive for July, 2012

Atlas Welcomes Grant MacEwan University to Ares Family

Atlas Systems is pleased to welcome Grant MacEwan University to the Ares family.

We look forward to partnering with them to meet their reserves challenges.

Queen’s University Joins the Ares Family

Atlas Systems is very pleased to welcome Queen’s University to the growing family of Ares users.

We look forward to partnering with them to meet all of their upcoming reserves challenges.

Ares Virtual User Group

Register to participate in the Ares Virtual User Group meeting.

This Webex webinar will be held July 19 at 2pm Eastern time and is a recap of the topics covered at the ALA Annual Ares User Group in Anaheim.

Atlas Systems/Library Journal Webcast to Focus on Special Collections Management

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – July 8, 2012 – Special collections managers and academic library administrators will want to mark their calendars for a free webcast sponsored by Library Journal and Atlas Systems, the leading provider of time-saving solutions for libraries. Managing Special Collections: Service, Security, Statistics will be presented as a live event on Tuesday July 31, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT (11:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT). Those interested in attending can register now through the Library Journal website. The event also will be archived for later viewing on

Atlas is co-sponsoring this webcast with Library Journal to address three issues of prime importance to special collections managers and library administrators: enhancing services to researchers, improving collections security, and supporting assessment activities to facilitate data-driven management decisions. The program will feature presentations by a panel of three experts who will share their experiences addressing these issues using new techniques and tools, including Aeon, an online request and workflow management system developed by Atlas Systems to replace the paper-based user registration forms and callslips that most special collections and archives still use.

“Academic library leaders are actively seeking to enhance and demonstrate the value that special collections contribute to their larger institutional missions,” said Christian Dupont, Aeon program director for Atlas Systems. “To do so, they recognize that they need to find better ways to manage requests from researchers and effectively capture data related to usage for security and assessment purposes. This webcast will provide practical guidance on how to enhance service quality and impact, improve security, and gather statistics that demonstrate real impact and value.”

More information on the free webcast is available on the Atlas website or by contacting Christian Dupont at

View the Archived Webcast

You can now view an archived version of the Atlas Systems/Library Journal Special Collections webcast, Managing Special Collections: Service, Security, Statistics. To access the recorded webcast you will need to login with the email address you used to register for the original presentation. If you did not register for the original webcast presentation you will need to register to view the archived presentation.

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