User guide to creating, editing, accessing, importing, exporting, and translating content in AtoM; includes administering the system via the user interface.
This section provides an overview of the technical architecture and requirements.
This section describes how to start using AtoM once it has been installed. It provides a quick orientation to the home page, how to log in and log out, the various user roles in the system, the main page types a user will encounter, and how to switch languages.
This section describes how to add, edit, and delete content in AtoM.
This section provides guidelines for searching, browsing, and navigating. Most of the functions discussed are available to all user roles, including researchers with read only access. However, some navigation features (e.g. edit mode), are only available to users with edit access privileges.
This section describes how to translate both database content and user interface elements in AtoM.
This section describes how to create and print different types of reports using AtoM:
This section describes automated methods for getting data in and out of an AtoM application.
This section describes how to administer AtoM, whether for a single institution or for a network.
Data entry / templates¶
This section includes specific instructions on working with AtoM’s standards-based edit templates. Data entry guidance is provided based on guidance from the relevant standard, notes on each field’s use in AtoM, and more.
- Archival description templates
- ISAD(G) template
- RAD template
- DACS template
- Dublin Core template
- MODS template
- Authority record templates
- ISAAR-CPF template
- Archival institution templates
- ISDIAH template
Instructions for installing, upgrading, importing and more; includes administering the system via the command-line interface.
- Intended audience
- Mac OS X
- Using Vagrant
- Multi-node deployment
- PHP execution limits
- Asynchronous jobs and worker management