Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada is offering a FREE workshop on November 10th for e-reserves staff, IT systems support, and others interested in course reserves. Sponsored by Atlas Systems, this one day workshop will cover topics such as copyright, e-reserves workflow, integrating with learning management systems, OER and open textbooks. Register early as space is limited! There is no registration fee to attend. Please visit https://conference.atlas-sys.com/ERWS/ to register or see the schedule.
From Penn State Symposium website -
Every intersection tells a story, what’s yours?
Please join us August 6 – August 8, 2017 for an interactive and engaging symposium “Intersections: Technology and Public Services in Special Collections Symposium” at the Penn State University campus in University Park, PA.
Engage at the intersection of your institution’s awareness of need and responsive action!
Public services are the most visible part of any archives or special collections library, but also depend upon the efficient functioning of other essential operations.
The 2017 Intersections symposium builds on its predecessors (the Aeon Symposium at Yale in 2015 and at the University of Michigan in 2016). However, this iteration expands on what it means to provide access to collections in the archives and special collections environment. Though Aeon, remains a key tool, partner, and product of focus, Intersections also includes other workflows, tools, partners, and products that are present in our daily work.This symposium also aligns and incorporates many of the key components of the RBMS and SAA’s Metrics and Assessment Task Force report to broach broader topics with regard to assessing impact via meaningful metrics. Please join us for this exploration of how technology, assessment, and public service intersect to support discovery and access of cultural heritage collections. Public service special collections professionals truly work at the intersection of where technology meets end-users’ needs. Colleagues with an interest in public services in the special collections world are invited to attend, regardless of the tools locally used.
Catch up with our John Brunswick at the IDS Project conference at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute!
The following information is from the IDS website
The IDS Project's 13th Annual Summer Conference is Thursday, July 27th and Friday, July 28th at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica, NY. This year's conference theme is Steering the Future, Together and approximately 200 attendees are expected.
This year's conference is packed with information and training regarding exciting new technologies and strategies for information access, resource sharing and acquisitions/collection development. Session tracks include ILL/DD, Technology, and Collection Development. You can choose to follow an entire track or choose individual sessions from across each track. All library professionals are encouraged to attend regardless of affiliation with IDS Project.
We’re headed to Portland and hope we’ll see many of you there.
First on our schedule will be the ArchivesSpace Member Forum at Portland State University on Tuesday July 25th. As an ArchivesSpace Registered Service Provider we welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your ArchivesSpace implementation.
We’ll be on the exhibit floor in Booth #604. Please come by to talk with us about Aeon, ArchivesSpace, and our newest service, Web Visibility Services, delivered in partnership with the Library.Link Network from Zepheira. We’d also love to hear about any Aeon projects you’re working on, or any that you think Aeon Concierge could help with.
Our Zepheira partners will be with us in the booth and presenting with us in the Mini-Theater on Friday, July 28 at 1:30pm. Please join us for Linked Data for Special Collections and Archives—in Real Life! We also hope you’ll join us for our Aeon Users Group meeting.
Aeon Users Group and Web Visibility Services Presentation
Friday, July 28. 5:00-7:00pm
Join Angela Mott (Production Support Team Leader), Kevin Ford (Training and Library Solutions Consultant for Special Projects), John Brunswick (Ares Product Liason), and others for an Ares Users Group while you're at ALA in Chicago! We will be there to talk about what we have going on with Ares, our new community center, and how you can get involved in our development planning with UserVoice.
We'll plan to meet at 6pm on Saturday, June 24. Did I forget to mention that Atlas will provide dinner?
Register to save your place and get details! If you can’t make it but another member of your staff is going to be there, please pass this invitation along. We can't wait to see you in Chicago!
We love Chicago and are looking forward to seeing many of our customers there, since it’s such a great, central location. Look for us in BOOTH #1729. Atlas Systems’ Support and Development Team members will be available in the booth to talk with you.
We’re also pleased to have our Zepheira friends in the booth with us again to talk about the Library.Link Network and how we’re working together to increase usage and visibility ofcollections through Atlas Systems’ Web Visibility Services.
We also hope you’ll join us to learn more about Aeon and Web Visibility Services. Our Aeon Users Group Luncheon, including an overview of Web Visibility Services, will be held on Thursday, June 22.
EVENT: Aeon Users Group and Web Visibility Services Overview Luncheon
PLACE: Sheraton Iowa City Center
DATE: Thursday, June 22, 2017
Please RSVP so that we may have a correct count for lunch.
You can find the Atlas staff at the Association of Canadian Archivists (ACA) Annual Conference on June 7th-10th at the Ottawa Marriott Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario. We look forward to seeing you there!