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Monday, March 13 • 11:00am - 4:00pm
How to Unlock the Potential of Heritage Data with Arches Version 4

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This workshop will provide an overview of Version 4 of the Arches heritage inventory and management platform, including the new Version 4 features with a focus on customizing the software to meet your organization’s or project’s needs for cultural heritage data management. Topics covered will include: An overview of the management of heritage data in Arches, including international data standards, graphs, controlled vocabularies, and integration with external web services. System design and capabilities, including system architecture, creating and managing data, searching and reporting functionality, and geospatial layers. Arches deployment, including the new installation wizard and customization of the platform through the new application configuration manager, the new user-profile and permissions manager, and the new integrated graph manager. Features coming soon, including the new mobile data collection app for smartphone and tablet field data collection with or without network connectivity, and data contributions including crowdsourcing with the new data-collection project manager tool. The Arches community, including how to participate. How Arches is being implemented by a range of organizations and projects, including for archaeological applications. Arches is an innovative open source software system that incorporates international standards and is built to inventory and help manage all types of immovable cultural heritage. It brings together a growing worldwide community of heritage professionals and IT specialists. Arches is freely available to download, customize, and independently implement. For more information about Arches, visit: www.archesproject.org

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Monday March 13, 2017 11:00am - 4:00pm
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