Digital Heritage 2018 3rd International Congress & Expo
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Friday, October 26 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
ARCHES Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform (Version 4.3): Part 2 FILLING
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Workshop: ARCHES Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform (Version 4.3): Part 1
Open to all attendees

Members of the Arches project team will deliver a 1.5 hour workshop providing an overview of Version 4.3 of the Arches cultural heritage data management platform geared towards those (i.e. system administrators) who would like to deploy Arches for their end users or anyone who is interested in how Arches can be configured and deployed.

Topics covered in Part 2 of the workshop will include:
•    An introduction to Arches 4.3 features and capabilities for system administrators, including the basic system architecture, configuration tools such as the Arches Designer, controlled vocabulary management using the Reference Data Manager, and securing access with the user profile manager and permissions controls.
•    An overview of the management of heritage data in Arches, including incorporation of international data standards, graphs, and controlled vocabularies
•    Arches implementation considerations, including hosting, technical requirements, and service providers.

Presented by Annabel Lee Enriquez and David Myers (Getty Conservation Institute), and a development team member from Farallon Geographics, Inc.

Conference attendees can choose to attend both parts or just one part of the workshop.

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Annabel Lee Enriquez

Associate Project Specialist, Getty Conservation Institute
Annabel Lee Enriquez is an Associate Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), where she specializes in projects involving cultural heritage data management, and is part of the GCI teams for the Arches, DISCO (Data Integration for Conservation Science), and AATA... Read More →
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David Myers

Senior Project Specialist, The Getty Conservation Institute
David Myers Senior is Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, where he manages the GCI’s Recording and Documentation Unit. He is a member of the GCI’s Arches project team and has worked on the implementation of Arches with the City of Los Angeles... Read More →