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A reminder that registration is still open for upcoming webinars in the Community Collections Spotlight webinar series.
The next two webinars feature a Data Migration Discussion and a session on a Public Art Archive Implementation.
More info is available at the links below.
LYRASIS and CollectionSpace are very pleased to announce the "Community Collections Spotlight" - a series of webinars highlighting the way organizations are using open source software to evolve collections management practices, improve visitor experience, increase productivity and efficiency, and adhere to standards and best practices to increase financial and operational support for collections activities. https://lyrasiscollections.org/community-collections-spotlight-webinar-series/
Community Collections Spotlight: Public Art Archive Implementationhttps://www.lyrasis.org/Content/Pages/Event-Details.aspx?Eid=AB2CA1B0-3B37-EB11-80ED-00155DE5EC03
This webinar will offer an exploration into the world of public art collections management with Emily Wilkinson, the Director for Public Art at Texas Tech University (TTU), and Lori Goldstein, the Manager of WESTAF's Public Art Archive (PAA). Since the program's inception in 1998, TTU has installed over one hundred works of art across campuses throughout Texas. Wilkinson will discuss how her PAA Collections Management System, built specifically for the public art field through a partnership between CollectionSpace and the Public Art Archive, has helped to guide her daily and long term workflows and support the dynamic processes that encompass the practice of public art.
Speakers: Emily Wilkinson, Public Art Director, Texas Tech University System and Lori Goldstein, Manager, WESTAF's Public Art Archive
Date & Time: January 28, 2021, 1:00 - 2:30 PM EST
Register at: https://www.lyrasis.org/Content/Pages/Event-Details.aspx?Eid=AB2CA1B0-3B37-EB11-80ED-00155DE5EC03
Community Collections Spotlight: Data Migrations Discussionhttps://www.lyrasis.org/Content/Pages/Event-Details.aspx?Eid=4E684E81-4436-EB11-80ED-00155DE5EC03
Data migrations can be intimidating for everyone, but there are ways to think about and organize them that can make them more likely to succeed. This discussion session will feature two panelists: Jeremy Katz from the Breman Museum, who recently completed a collections management system migration, and Kristina Spurgin, data migration specialist at LYRASIS. Jeremy will speak about the process from the perspective of a museum professional, including highlighting the methods and practices that worked best during the Breman's migration. Kristina has worked with a wide variety of data and systems during her career and will speak more broadly about some of the challenges and potential pitfalls of data migrations, as well as strategies she has employed to make the process more transparent, auditable, and safe.
Speakers: Kristina Spurgin, Data Migration Specialist, LYRASIS and Jeremy R Katz, Senior Director, Archives, the Breman
Date & Time: March 4, 2021, 1:00 - 2:30 PM EST
Register at: https://www.lyrasis.org/Content/Pages/Event-Details.aspx?Eid=4E684E81-4436-EB11-80ED-00155DE5EC03
You can see more on the series itself at:
Laurie Gemmill Arp
Director, DuraSpace Community Supported Programs
800.999.8558 x 2908