Duke has gone live with ArcLight

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Sean Aery

Jul 1, 2020, 4:31:05 PM7/1/20
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Hello all,

We are excited to announce that we have launched ArcLight at Duke for our archival finding aids discovery and access platform!

Kudos to our Product Owner Noah Huffman and the other members of our development team who helped bring the platform to life: David Chandek-Stark, Michael Daul & Cory Lown. Getting this into production required a year of planning, a well-timed fall 2019 community work cycle on the core engine, and six months of local development.

We are grateful for Stanford's leadership in creating the core ArcLight software and for every community member's contributions to date. It has been a pleasure building on the foundation the core provides, and we are really pleased with the end result.

Here's a five-minute demo video that illustrates some key features:

Over the course of the project, we wrote a few posts that provide some background about our decision to use ArcLight, and give details about the areas we customized as our implementation unfolded.

We would love to hear feedback about the site, and look forward to engaging further with the ArcLight community...



Sean Aery

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Digital Projects Developer

Software Services

Duke University Libraries

030U Bostock Library Box 90198

Durham, NC 27708




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