The AAO’s Professional Development Committee presents:
Bulk Uploading: Importing Descriptive Records with Archeion
This two-hour workshop will guide attendees in preparing their descriptive records of their holdings for bulk import into Archeion. This is a practical session intended for heritage institutions that wish to share their descriptive records through Archeion, Ontario’s archival information network. The workshop will be broken into four sections:
1. Introduction to bulk uploading
2. Overview of the archival description CSV template
3. Example: PDF finding aid to CSV
4. Example: AtoM export to Archeion import
There will be ample opportunity for discussion and questions throughout these discussions.
Participants will learn:
How to interpret and use the fields in the AtoM archival description CSV template
How to prepare descriptions exported from a local AtoM instance for import into Archeion
How to optimize their Archeion presence using AtoM’s tools for connecting records
When: December 1st, 2022 @ 1-3pm EST
Cost*: Free for AAO Members. $20 for non-AAO Members.
About the instructor:
Jazmine Aldrich is Archeion Coordinator for the AAO. She assists AAO Institutional members in making the most of their Archeion presence. She is also an Archivist at the Eastern Townships Resource Centre in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Jazmine holds postsecondary degrees in History and Information Studies, and is passionate about making archives accessible.
Format: Lecture, case study, discussions, and Q&A
Recording: This workshop will be recorded (the Q&A will not be recorded)
Registration: A minimum of 10 participants and a maximum of 50 participants may register for this event. Institutional members can register three participants at the members rate. If you require additional time to prepare payment, please contact email@example.com to set up an invoice.
In case of cancellation, please consult the AAO’s cancellation policy.
Please be advised that this event is governed by the AAO’s Code of Conduct and is subject to the AAO’s Cancellation Policy. Questions about the workshop can be directed to the PDC co-chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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