News Articles by Stef Emiljanowicz

AtoM Installations for Explore York Archives and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC)

Posted by on 16.9.2021

We’re extremely pleased to announce the completion of two new, bespoke DRYAD / AtoM installations. The first installation, carried out for Explore York Archives and Libraries (EYLA), utilised Max’s ‘Crosswalker’ tool to migrate nearly 160,000 entries from EYLA’s existing CALM installation to AtoM and confirmed Crosswalker’s efficacy as a tried and tested CALM to AtoM […]

Video Demonstrations of Calm to AtoM Migration and Creation of AIPs and DIPs in AtoM

Posted by on 16.9.2021

We are delighted to offer two new video tutorials exploring using Max’s Crosswalker tool to migrate from Calm to AtoM and the process of creating Archival Information Packages (AIPs) and Dissemination Information Packages (DIPs) in Archivematica and AtoM. The first is a demonstration of the process of migrating a Calm database to AtoM using Max’s […]

Max Communications Podcasts Series

Posted by on 16.9.2021

Max’s collection of podcasts continues to grow. Our core Max 2020 and Max 2021 podcasts series have been joined by a series of Digital Preservation podcasts. Our first two contributors are Abby Barletta, Assistant Archivist with the Royal Society of Arts and Rachel Howse Binnington, Deputy Archivist with Fortnum & Mason. To listen to the […]

CALM to AtoM Migration in Practice

Posted by on 16.9.2021

We are delighted to share details of two SOTERIA / DRYAD installations. The first, a bespoke AtoM and Archivematica installation for the Royal Society of Arts, showcases AtoM and Archivematica as a flexible, branded archive management and digital preservation system. The second, an AtoM / WordPress hybrid site created for London South Bank University, showcases […]