Transform Access to Your Special
Collections – Now!
Say good-bye to paper callslips, registration forms and repetitive manual data entry. Enable your patrons to plan their visits and place their reading room and digitization requests online – anytime, anywhere. Enhance
efficiency, improve security and facilitate data-driven
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Service. Security. Statistics.
Aeon improves user service and maximizes staff efficiency while providing unparalleled item tracking, security and statistics.
Sign up for a web demo or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request pricing and for more information on how to put Aeon to work for your researchers and library staff.
A Brief History of Aeon
Christian Dupont introduced the concept for Aeon to Atlas in 2007 while he was director of special collections at the University of Virginia. The following year, Christian joined Atlas as Aeon Program Director and led the development and promotion of Aeon in that role until 2014, when he returned to academic librarianship at Boston College. Please see our press releases for more details about Christian’s transition and the dynamic growth of our Aeon user community.
Training and Support
Our training and support specialists are committed to the successful implementation and ongoing use of your Atlas services. View our documentation and see all the ways we work with you to ensure you get the full value of your investment.
Aeon Support Team
Marilyn Rackley, MLIS
(757) 467-7872 x303
Before joining Atlas in August 2011, Marilyn served as Aeon project manager in the Harvard College Library, coordinating all aspects of implementation and training among six special collections units.
(757) 467-7872 x219
Chris joined the Atlas Customer Service team in March 2011, bringing with him more than ten years of library experience at the University of Florida. Chris is the primary provider of technical support for Aeon users.
Aeon News and Events
To see what’s new with Aeon, check out the latest Aeon Release Notes.
Want to see Aeon in person? Meet with an Atlas representative at one of these upcoming events: