An archival CMS migration requires clean data, a migration plan, and a team that understands relevant information technology and technical skills
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Adhering to archival information and cataloging standards via organizational collections management policies makes daily activities more efficient
Archivists can use the implementation of a collections management system to improve data maintenance practices, making collections easier to access.
The archives of the future will emphasize digitization, collaboration, and inclusiveness.
Archivists must create strategies to build collections thoughtfully and actively, rather than being passive receivers of files of limited value.
Selecting the best archival collections management system for your institution requires estimating all the costs involved, even the less obvious costs
Archivists must select an archival collections management system compliant with the metadata schema used by their institution and holdings
After archivists develop requirements for an archival collections management system, they must research options and select the best fit for needs
Digital Preservation Without Tears is a useful introduction to digital preservation for archivists by consultant, expert, and author Margot Note
Free webinar with tips from Margot Note on how to gather stakeholder input and build advocacy and engagement when selecting an archival CMS
For an archival collections management system (CMS) to meet demands, it should be selected after a discovery period that builds a decision framework
An archival CMS project should involve a team that meets regularly, decides on the purpose for the CMS, and examines internal processes and workflows
Selecting an archival (CMS) depends on determining goals, objectives, and requirements which must be done by a diverse team of stakeholders