December 5, 2015
CollectiveAccess 1.5.2 released!
CollectiveAccess version 1.5.2 is now available for download. This is a maintenance release with a number of bug fixes.
September 4, 2015
Fall User Group Meeting
Join us September 30th at the METRO Training Center for this fall's CollectiveAccess User Group meeting! We'll hear from CA users at the Durst Organization and attendees will have a chance to preview the latest CA features.
The meeting will take place Wednesday, September 30th from 10am-noon. Visit the METRO event page to register for free! http://metro.org/events/675/
July 1, 2015
Join regional partners and colleagues in the first West Michigan CollectiveAccess Consortium meeting. This a free event is for any institution currently using or interested in incorporating CollectiveAccess at their institution.
Friday, July 31, 2015 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Grand Valley State University
L. William Seidman Center
Richard & Helen DeVos Board Room (Room # 4002)
50 Front Avenue SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Check out http://bit.ly/1H1kZro to RSVP for this event.
June 11, 2015
Version 1.5 now available!
An exciting new version of CollectiveAccess is now available, with a number of new features and improvements!
February 19, 2015
CA User Group Meeting
Join us on Thursday, March 26th for another meeting of the CollectiveAccess Users Group, hosted by Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO). It's a great way to meet CA developers, users and others interested in the project! Visit http://metro.org/events/606/ for free registration.
January 12, 2015
CA at ARLIS/NA 2015
Going to the ARLIS/NA 2015 Conference in Forth Worth, Texas? Join us for a presentation called "This Town is Big Enough for All of Us: Managing Assets Across an Organization." We'll demo a project that integrates Library, Archive and Museum collection workflows.
Saturday, March 21
9:45am - 10:45am
Omni Fort Worth Hotel
Free for conference attendees
More info here: http://arlisna2015.sched.org/event/296f95bdec36353193a3913e47f701fb#.VLQ...
November 7, 2014
Upcoming User Presentations at METRO
Join us for our next CAUG (CollectiveAccess User Group) meeting at METRO in New York City on 12/1. This event will feature a fantastic lineup of presentations from a diverse list of users. We'll hear from Booklyn (an artist book archive), Roundabout Theatre Company Archives, Brooklyn Navy Yard and the New York Society Library. Topics will include CollectiveAccess Finding Aids, information visualizations and of course, metadata! We hope to see you there.
CollectiveAccess User Group (CAUG) Meeting
Mon, Dec. 1, 2014 from 10 a.m. - noon
METRO Training Center
57 E. 11th Street (4th floor)
New York, NY 10003
FREE (registration required)
More info here: http://metro.org/events/572/
August 29, 2014
Tutorial for NY-area Users
We're pleased to announce our second CollectiveAccess User Group meeting hosted by METRO (Metropolitan New York Library Council)! Breaking from tradition, this event will be structured as a full day workshop with hands-on training. The day will be divided into a basic session, covering installation and configuration of CA, and an advanced session focused on data import. All in the area are welcome to attend!
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 10am-noon and 1-3pm at:
METRO Training Center
57 East 11th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
We hope to see you there!
July 17, 2014
The CA metadata team is thrilled that our work with the Smithsonian Channel was featured on the PBCore blog. Check out the full interview with Karma Foley, Director of the Library and Archives, right here: www.pbcore.org/news/pbcore-at-the-smithsonian-channel.
April 10, 2014
New METRO NYC User Group
We're very excited to announce the formation of a new NYC-based CollectiveAccess user group organized by the Metropolitan New York Library Council. The group will meet on a quarterly basis at the METRO Training Center (57 East 11th Street, 4th Floor New York, NY 10003). The first meeting is on Thursday, May 29, from 10am-12pm and will include 3-4 presentations of active projects plus an overview of new and ongoing development by the CA team.
Special thanks to Robin Camille Davis, Emerging Tech & Distance Services Librarian at John Jay College of Criminal Justice who convened the group.
Learn more here: http://metro.org/events/509/.