You are invited to the following CLHO program:
Connecticut Collections Info Session and Q&A
When: Friday, August 20, 2021 11:00 AM, EDT
Learn more about Connecticut Collections, an open-source collections management system based on Collective Access software that allows Connecticut collecting institutions to organize, manage, share, and preserve their collections digitally. See whether this collaborative database is a good fit for your organization and find out more about the process of joining the collaborative. CLHO staff will offer an overview of the project, give a peek under the hood, and answer your questions.
If you’re in the market for a collections management system designed with the needs of small and mid-sized history organizations in mind, then Connecticut Collections could be right for you. Connecticut Collections has all the robust features of an industry-standard CMS, including:
- a cloud-based interface that runs in your web browser
- the capability to manage your collections on-site, from home, or wherever you may be
- the ability to make collections items discoverable online through a searchable public portal
- automatic long-term digital preservation of your collection items through the Connecticut Digital Archive
With an affordable, sliding-scale pricing structure, Connecticut Collections is a smart choice compared to similar commercial database offerings. Whether you are thinking about moving from an older database system, interested in going beyond spreadsheets, or simply want to get a better handle on your collections, we invite you to learn more about what Connecticut Collections has to offer.
Connecticut League of History Organizations