Conservation DistList Archives [Date] [Subject] [Author] [SEARCH]

Subject: New site--eClimateNotebook (eCNB)

New site--eClimateNotebook (eCNB)

From: Patricia Ford <pafpph<-at->
Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The Image Permanence Institute is happy to announce the release of
eClimateNotebook.com (eCNB), a web-based environmental data
management system designed to help archives, libraries, and museums
do more than simply collect and store data. eCNB can help you manage
the storage environment for preservation, analyze the effect of
temperature and relative humidity on your collection, and reduce the
risk posed by inappropriate environmental conditions. eCNB promotes
better communication between collection care and facility management
staff, enabling institutions to develop and institute sustainable
preservation practices that balance the need for energy savings with
responsible collection care and long-term preservation.

Previous generations of this system include IPI's former data
management websites, PEMdata.com and MyClimateData.com, as well as
our original desktop software, Climate Notebook. Since development,
maintenance, and technical support for two web-based systems and
Climate Notebook took a great deal of staff time, it made sense to
focus our efforts on developing one unified system that would
assimilate the strengths of our existing systems into a single,
unified platform. Incorporating a range of "levels" within the
system allows us to meet the needs of a variety of users. Using the
web enables us to provide all system upgrades automatically to users
and allows them to transition seamlessly from one level of data
management and analysis to another. The annual subscription rate
charged (based on the number of location datasets and institutional
users-there is also a free level) supports the development of new
features, serves our educational mission, and allows us to continue
to provide free technical support and professional advice to users.

We've seen some discussion about IPI's PEM2 datalogger, Climate
Notebook, and eClimateNotebook.com on various professional
listserves recently and want to confirm that you *can* compare
locations at each level of eCNB, including the free level. Please
feel free to contact IPI if you have any questions about the PEM2 or
eCNB, or click on the links below for additional information about
eCNB:

    eCNB description on IPI site
    <URL:https://www.imagepermanenceinstitute.org/environmental-management/eclimatenotebook>

    Tour of eCNB features
    <URL:https://www.eclimatenotebook.com/tour.php>

    eCNB levels, features and pricing
    <URL:https://www.eclimatenotebook.com/plans>

    Basic Level Demo
    <URL:https://www.eclimatenotebook.com/actions/login_demo?demo_level=basic>

    Professional Level Demo
    <URL:https://www.eclimatenotebook.com/actions/login_demo?demo_level=pro>

The Image Permanence Institute is a non-profit preservation research
lab at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The development of
each of these tools was made possible by funding from

    Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
    <URL:http://www.mellon.org>

    National Endowment for the Humanities
    <URL:http://www.neh.gov>

    Institute of Museum and Library Services
    <URL:http://www.imls.gov>

Patricia Ford
Image Permanence Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology
GAN 7B, Room 2000
70 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY  14623-5604
585-475-2843


                                  ***
                  Conservation DistList Instance 26:8
                   Distributed: Monday, July 16, 2012
                        Message Id: cdl-26-8-005
                                  ***
Received on Tuesday, 10 July, 2012

[Search all CoOL documents]


URL: http://cool.conservation-us.org/byform/mailing-lists/cdl/2012/0740.html
Timestamp: Sunday, 12-Jun-2016 11:50:37 PDT
Retrieved: Sunday, 25-Aug-2019 19:08:36 GMT