Better together: Integrating collections management and digital preservation software
21 Sep 2022 | 2:00 PM EDT | 11:00 AM PDT
Now available to watch on-demand
Original air date — September 21, 2022
Is your organization evaluating your digital ecosystem to ensure virtual collections are protected, documented and accessible? Are you finding that one system does not address each of these critical needs?
Please join Preservica and Re:Discovery Software to learn the benefits and capabilities of Proficio collections management and Preservica digital preservation software. Also, hear from Orange County Regional History Center in Florida, about their digital collections, the community they serve, and how they are using the recently developed Proficio and Preservica integration to establish a holistic and sustainable digital program.
Webinar participants will:
- Learn the benefits and capabilities of collections management software vs. active digital preservation software;
- See a demo of how Proficio and Preservica integrate;
- Hear from Orange County Regional History Center about how they are using the Proficio and Preservica integration to meet their unique needs.
Aaron Pahl – Orange County Regional History Center Digital Archivist
In 2019, Aaron Pahl joined the Orange County Regional History Center as the One Orlando digital archivist to start the institutions born digital collection with a focus on digital material related to the Pulse nightclub shooting. I am now the digital archivist responsible for managing the entire digital collection including acquisitions, preservation, and digitization of both born-digital material and legacy media related to Central Florida’s history.
Bill Martin – Preservica Senior Sales Manager
Bill Martin is Senior Sales Manager with Preservica with 25 years of experience delivering software solutions on a global level. Prior to the software industry, Bill was the founder and CEO of Parish House Publishing Corporation (now Liturgical Publications).Bill began a love of preservation as a teen, while volunteering at the Medford Historical Society in Massachusetts.
Monica Nabors – Re:Discovery Software Director of Conversion Services
Monica Nabors manages client services, customization, conversions, training, and support for RSI’s clients. Monica came to Re:discovery from the National Park Service where she’d been a museum specialist at the Western Archeological and Conservation Center and has curatorial experience from other previous positions. Monica has both a BS and a Master’s degree in Anthropology.
We hope you will join us for this educational and informative discussion.