Archival Record Manager and Editor

AtoM stands for Access to Memory. It is a web-based, open source application for standards-based archival description and access in a multilingual, multi-repository environment.

Key features:

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ePADD is a software package developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives that supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.

The software is comprised of four modules:

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Binder is an open source digital repository management application, designed
to meet the needs and complex digital preservation requirements of museum
collections. Binder was created by
Artefactual Systems and the
Museum of Modern Art.

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ArchivesSpace is an open source, web application for managing archives information. The application is designed to support core functions in archives administration such as accessioning; description and arrangement of processed materials including analog, hybrid, and born-digital content; management of authorities (agents and subjects) and rights; and reference service.

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ExSite9 is a cross-platform Java desktop application, built using Eclipse RCP, that will allow researchers to indentify their research data files, "tag" their data files with descriptive metadata, and package their data files and associated metadata ready for submission to repositories.

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CINCH (Capture INgest CHecksum) is a tool that automates the transfer of online content to a repository, using ingest technologies appropriate for digital preservation.
How does CINCH work? Users:

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CollectiveAccess is free open-source software for managing and publishing museum and archival collections.

The two main components of CollectiveAccess are Providence, the core cataloguing and data management application, and Pawtucket, an optional "front-end" publication and discovery platform.

Features:

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Qubit is a generic information management toolkit that can be used by organizations and projects to make community-specific, web-based cataloging applications. Qubit provides a range of common web application features as well as support for professional metadata standards.

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Archon is a unified platform for archival description and access. It provides both a way to record descriptive information about collections and digital objects and a means to view, search, and browse that infomation in a fully-functional public web site.

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The Archivists’ Toolkit™, or the AT, is the first open source archival data management system to provide broad, integrated support for the management of archives. It is intended for a wide range of archival repositories. The main goals of the AT are to support archival processing and production of access instruments, promote data standardization, promote efficiency, and lower training costs.

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