CuadraSTAR SKCA Resources
The Arizona State Archives collects, preserves and makes available to the public and all branches of government, permanent public records, historical manuscripts, photographs and other materials that contribute to the understanding of Arizona history. The Records Management Center administers the management of public records throughout state and local government in Arizona. With six professionals overseeing their many collections of government materials, private manuscript collections, oral histories and photos, documenting everything and making it accessible is a huge challenge.
Arizona State Archives Challenges, SKCA Solutions:
- Deliver centralized public access to all Arizona State Archives and Records
- Centralized access to all APTA knowledge resources, internal and external
- Bring collections up to current archival standards
Baylor University is a private Christian university and nationally ranked research institution in Texas with more than 16,000 students, and multiple libraries and archives, including the Armstrong Browning Library, the W. R. Poage Legislative Library containing the Baylor Collections of Political Materials, The Keston Center for Religion, Politics and Society, and The Texas Collection and University Archives. Approximately 30 library and archives staff members maintain over 2,500 different archival collections, more than 2 million photographs, 15,000 historic maps, and hundreds of thousands of print materials in addition to other unique objects and artifacts.
Learn why Baylor University uses CuadraSTAR SKCA to manage their collections. Baylor University Library and Archives Challenges, SKCA Solutions:
- Better access and discovery, not just better control
- Powerful and easy customization options
- Cost effective and vendor hosted (SaaS)
- Enduring value and relevance
Sequoyah National Research Center’s mission is to acquire and preserve all forms of expression of Native North Americans by collecting their written word and art and by creating a research atmosphere that invites indigenous peoples to make the Center an archival home for their creative work.
Before acquiring CuadraStar, most research work required traveling to Little Rock, Arkansas, or depending on the Center’s staff to do the work.
With CuadraStar, the Center now makes its collections accessible to researchers worldwide, opening up these vital materials to the entire community and extending its reach significantly.