Join Arkhênum's Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Outsourcing and Partnering:
Cultural Heritage Preservation and Digitization Vendor Perspective

Tuesday 22 June 10:00 - 11:00 NY / 16:00 - 17:00 Paris

The link for the tour will be poster in the Tours tab ~20 minutes before the tour starts.
SPECIAL NOTE: This tour will NOT be recorded, therefore you must attend the LIVE presentation to view the tour.
Your past has never been more actual!

Arkhênum offers since 1999 Digitization and Digital Libraries solutions dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of Heritage collections. We digitize all types of documents: printed or manuscript documents, herbarium collections, iconographic documents, maps, objects in 2D, 360°, etc. in our permanent workshops or on premises. More than 850 public (archives, Public libraries, museums, etc.) and private clients worldwide put their trust in us.

Learn more: watch our corporate video
See the result of our digitization projects: Digital Libraries implemented for our clients

We would love to talk during this exciting Archiving Online Conference where we present our past, present and future projects for North American Clients and the rest of the world.

For more information, please visit the Arkhênum Website or reach out to us at


The WPI Digital Projects, Art Historical Research for the Digital Generation
Offered 2 Times
Monday 21June
15:00 NY / 21:00 Paris OR Tuesday 22 June 10:00 Paris   

The Wildenstein Plattner Institute is pleased to present the WPI Digital Projects, a recently released web platform and major contribution to art historical research. The WPI Digital Projects contains three portals:
  • the WPI Digital Archives, which feature archival collections documenting the work of French dealers, collectors, and artists from the 18th to the 20th centuries;
  • the Sales Catalogues Database, which presents a selection of 11,000+ sales catalogues pre-1945; and
  • the Digital Publications section with dynamic online publications such as Gauguin: Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings 1891–1903.
The WPI partnered with Arkhênum on the scanning of more than 4 million pages, or approximately 2,593 linear feet of documents, 60,000 of which are now freely accessible to the public across the three portals. The WPI Digital Projects is the culmination of a four-year project led by the WPI's teams in France, Germany, and the United States.

Join a webinar with the WPI's and Arkhênum’s teams to learn how the Institute developed a state-of-the-art resource for art historians, scholars, and the general public. WPI introduces the different components of the platform where users can research and engage with high-definition scanned materials.
Explore the World Wars I &II "Vanishing Treasures" Project

Wednesday 23 June  9:00 NY / 15:00 Paris

Established by the US Congress in 1923, the American Battle Monument Commission commemorates the service, achievements, and sacrifice of U.S. Armed Forces overseas. As the guardian of 58 cemeteries and memorials located in 17 countries, ABMC strives to preserve and promote this national legacy in the world's consciousness.

As such, the ABMC recently initiated a program called "Vanishing Treasures" to preserve at-risk historic documents in the ABMC's vast and indispensable collections. This project creates a bridge between American and European histories dating back to the World War I.

This webinar—presented by the ABMC, History Associates Incorporated, and Arkhênum—provides you with a complete overview and understanding of the project from the physical preparation of the documents through the digitization phase.
Webinar: Checklist for a Successful Digital Library Project

Thursday 24 June 9:00 NY / 15:00 Paris

Online sharing through digital libraries is the outcome of a long process which has often been underway for years. In order to be able to put your patrimonial collections on display, either to all or to a specific audience, you have to follow a process. Firstly identify your documents, then describe them, digitize them in HD and lastly enrich them with the appropriate metadata.

As this is an important process which requires a wide range of skills and content, we wanted to provide a tool to help you prepare, monitor, and share your digital library optimally. This tool has been implemented to help you save time!

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