I’m pleased to share the news that the Saskatchewan Archival Information Network (SAIN) has been relaunched with an upgrade to AtoM 2.x. The URLs have not changed:
For those interested in some under-the-hood details, I’ll just highlight a couple things…
We are a bit late to the AtoM 2 party, but have been working to ensure that a number of local customizations were brought forward. All of these are now part of the public AtoM code, with the last one to be released in the forthcoming AtoM 2.4. This is the feature I’ve been calling “virtual institutional databases”. Or institutional scoping. For example, starting here:
you can search within this archives, or browse for descriptions and digital objects. The search results and description pages maintain the institutional theming and search/browse block, until the user performs a global search or clears the institutional facet tag. This is what we use at U of S for our institutional database - not just as a contributor to SAIN.
This feature was mostly developed by one of our developers at the University of Saskatchewan Library, and then completed by Artefactual with funding from the U of S and the Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists. Thanks to everyone involved!
The other thing I’ll mention is the custom theme. This was created by one of our developers within days of returning from AtoM Camp SFU, building on the default Dominion theme. Beyond integrating design elements of the new SCAA website, the responsiveness has been improved a bit compared to the default theme - mainly achieved, as I understand, by moving the browse and search elements out of the block with icons for language, bookmark etc. We also contributed a fix to a bug that was preventing the facets from displaying via mobile.
Head, University Archives & Special Collections
University Library, University of Saskatchewan
Room 301 Murray Library, 3 Campus Dr.
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A4
Tel: (306) 966-6028 Fax: (306) 966-6040
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