Vernon User Group meets in Auckland
Eighteen keen clients met in picturesque Parnell recently to talk about all things Vernon CMS. It was our first in-person Vernon User Group meeting in three years.
Recording location changes can be time-consuming and sometimes imprecise when done manually. Vernon CMS lets you create barcodes for your objects that you can print, attach to your objects, and then scan with a barcode scanner which connects directly to the system.
Toolkit for managing digital collections
The London Museum Documentation Network has developed a new toolkit for managing accessioned digital collections. The toolkit is designed as a companion piece to Spectrum with a chapter for each of the 21 procedures.
9 principles of digital curation that will amplify your audience engagement
Get some practical tips on digital curation from a presentation by Johan Lindblom and Klas Grinell of Gothenburg Museums, at the online MuseumNext Digital Summit.
Set your preferred Object window in Vernon CMS
This could be the Library window if you usually work on Library records. Go to Tools > User Tools > User Preferences. Click on Settings, then under Default Window Upon Log On, select the Object window you’d like to open each time you log into Vernon CMS.
Recently launched or upgraded Vernon Browser websites
Nelson Provincial Museum
As the oldest museum in Aotearoa, Nelson Provincial Museum is kaitiaki (caregiver) of an extensive range of taonga (treasures) that record our region’s natural and social history.
Every month, we hold a live webinar over Zoom about a particular feature of Vernon CMS. The videos are published on YouTube so you can watch anytime.
Don’t miss the Digital Asset Management webinar in July!