VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lucidea’s archives collections management applications, CuadraSTAR Knowledge Center for Archives (SKCA) and Eloquent Archives, will be represented at this year’s Midwest Archives Conference in Chicago, IL. Visit with Lucidea’s Ilene Slavick and Graham Landon on March 21st through 24th at the Sheraton Grand Chicago Hotel to see how easily SKCA and Eloquent Archives enable researchers and the public to connect with the historic materials archivists work hard to preserve.
Both SKCA and Eloquent Archives are compelling options for organizing archival collections and making them accessible. They are purpose-built to enable archivists to describe and manage collections, while leveraging tools that save time and resources, resulting in broader access to historical materials. Connect your audience with the precious materials you preserve, no matter your size or budget.
Lucidea knows that archivists need to:
- Make archival collections visible, accessible and searchable
- Eliminate duplication of effort, saving time and resources
- Offer a secure public access catalog that integrates with the administrative back end
- Present digital content within the context of the hierarchy
- Share data with other archives through industry standard formats (e.g., EAD finding aids, MARC records, etc.).
- Collect statistics and produce management reports to demonstrate archives’ value to funders and sponsors
Experience the many ways Lucidea’s two innovative and comprehensive archives collections management applications embody this year’s conference theme of “Blurring Boundaries, Crossing Lines,” with capabilities that go well beyond traditional collections management, while ensuring the success of archivists’ primary responsibility: preserving the past and making it accessible for the future.