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Welcome to the Quartex news page. Here you will find the very latest updates about the platform.

Four integrations to amplify the reach of your digital archive

Four integrations to amplify the reach of your digital archive

on Thursday, 27 January 2022

When it comes to publishing your digital archive, integration should be no less a consideration than front-end display or cataloguing capabilities. Here are four areas of integration that we believe are clear must-haves.

Upcoming webinar: How to use metadata-related features to create discovery pathways

Upcoming webinar: How to use metadata-related features to create discovery pathways

Discover Sonoma County Library’s approach to metadata (including the use of metadata-only records) and how the various metadata-related features in Quartex, such as controlled vocabularies and their related page types and content elements, are being used to facilitate exploration of this living archive.

Supporting and enabling Digital Humanities projects - planning for 2022 and the future

Supporting and enabling Digital Humanities projects - planning for 2022 and the future

on Tuesday, 18 January 2022

For part 2 of her blog on Digital Humanities, Jessica Kowalski talked to Alex Burnsides, Library Sales Manager at Adam Matthew Digital, to review the results of a survey to library and faculty staff on how vendors, such as Quartex and Adam Matthew Digital, can best support the Digital Humanities community.

We're exhibiting at VALA2022

We're exhibiting at VALA2022

We're excited to be exhibiting in-person at VALA2022 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, on its rescheduled dates of June 14th-16th, 2022.

 

We're attending the Public Library Association (PLA) 2022 Conference

We're attending the Public Library Association (PLA) 2022 Conference

We're looking forward to the Public Library Association (PLA) 2022 Conference on March 23rd-25th, 2022, in Portland, Oregon.

 

Peabody Essex Museum chooses Quartex to reimagine and showcase Salem history digital collections

Peabody Essex Museum chooses Quartex to reimagine and showcase Salem history digital collections

on Tuesday, 04 January 2022

The Peabody Essex Museum has chosen Quartex, the digital collections platform from primary source publisher Adam Matthew Digital, to build and launch new digital archival collections that celebrate and commemorate chapters in the history of Salem, Massachusetts.

Supporting and enabling Digital Humanities projects through technology and partnership working

Supporting and enabling Digital Humanities projects through technology and partnership working

on Tuesday, 21 December 2021

In part 1 of this new 2-part blog, Jessica Kowalski explores some of the ways in which Adam Matthew Digital and Quartex have supported or enabled digital humanities projects throughout 2021.

We're attending the Digital Commonwealth 2022 Annual Conference

We're attending the Digital Commonwealth 2022 Annual Conference

We're attending the Digital Commonwealth 2022 Annual Conference on June 14th, 2022!

 

Join our session at Computers in Libraries (CIL) 2022

Join our session at Computers in Libraries (CIL) 2022

Join our session at Computers in Libraries (CIL) 2022, in Arlington, VA on March 31, 2022, at 14:00 EDT.

 

We're attending CAMP ER&L 2022!

We're attending CAMP ER&L 2022!

We're attending CAMP ER&L 2022, the 17th meeting of the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference!

 

We're presenting at the OLA Super Conference 2022

We're presenting at the OLA Super Conference 2022

Quartex is presenting at the OLA Super Conference, which is being held virtually from February 1-5, 2022 - join our live session on Tuesday, February 1st, at 14:00 EST to explore Canadian Case Studies in Quartex.

We're attending the CILIP Supplier Showcase

We're attending the CILIP Supplier Showcase

We're attending the CILIP Library and Information Supplier Showcase - Autumn 2021 - in London on Tuesday 30th November, and we look forward to chatting with you there.

HTR Transcription: a project-based approach to automated transcription

HTR Transcription: a project-based approach to automated transcription

on Friday, 12 November 2021

How McGill University Library built upon its pilot digital collection in Quartex by exploring the potential of HTR Transcription to remove barriers to accessing and understanding primary sources in its Fur Trade Collection.

"One of the reasons that HTR was actually quite an exciting prospect for the Fur Trade Collection is that it opens up new pathways to uncover the hidden and indirect content; the legacy of Indigenous knowledge."

We're exhibiting at DLF Forum 2021!

We're exhibiting at DLF Forum 2021!

At Quartex, we are delighted to support DLF Forum 2021 as Platinum Sponsor.

Texas Wesleyan University unites institutional repository and digital archive in new digital collections site built in Quartex

Texas Wesleyan University unites institutional repository and digital archive in new digital collections site built in Quartex

on Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Texas Wesleyan University’s Eunice and James L. West Library is celebrating the launch of archives.txwes.edu, its new digital collections site in Quartex, marking the achievement of an ambition to unite the University’s institutional repository and digital archives into one public-access website.

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