Introduction to Arches v4 and the new Arches Designer
UPDATE (January 25, 2017): The workshop is now FULL!
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Location: Liverpool John Moores University
Attend for one day or two. Free workshop.
Day One (Wednesday, March 29):
What is Arches?
- An overview of Arches, including creation/management of data, search and reporting functionality, and geospatial layers
- Controlled vocabularies; manage satellite/aerial imagery; import and export capabilities
- Plans for a mobile data collection app and crowdsourcing tools
- Customizations for the UK: compliance with MIDAS Heritage; a consultations module; and UK heritage vocabularies
- How Greater London and Lincoln HERs are preparing for deployments of Arches, including costs and support options
- Considerations for an Arches implementation
- Other international implementations; the Arches community and how to participate
Day Two (Thursday, March 30):
Installation and Configuration of Arches
- Arches download and installation
- Hands-on comprehensive configuration of Arches
- Arches database: graph/data structure (Arches Designer); thesauri management (Reference Data Manager [RDM])
- Permissions/user-profile management, base maps and GIS overlays
For more information: http://archesproject.org/liverpool-2017/