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Engage your user community and improve understanding of your archival collections with dynamic, feature-rich and easy-to-build digital exhibitions.
As well as being a vital means of staying connected with audiences as part of your outreach strategy, digital exhibitions also create journeys into your digital collections. Use them to guide users deeper into your most popular or historically significant resources or to highlight less well known facets of your collections.
Create unique exhibits
Curate multimedia exhibitions from your media library or embed externally hosted assets, then organise, contextualise and publish your exhibit.
Gateways into your collections
Choose from multiple presentation options for contextual copy, links and citations. Link assets to their host collection, to other pages in your Quartex site or another location.
Tailored to your needs
Publish as a temporary or permanent microsite, linked from your main digital archive, and apply core or separate branding.
Building engagement with digital exhibits
Harris County Public Library celebrated its centenary with over two dozen digital exhibits that chart its history from the first library stations to becoming America’s tenth largest public library system. CJ Williams, Technical Services Manager, reflects on her experience of creating exhibits in Quartex and how they have led to deeper community engagement.
Exhibits have allowed us to create a lovely, personal and emotional connection between the community and the collections.
Technical Services Manager, Harris County Public Library
Launching a hybrid exhibition
Broadening access to its archival collections and linking digitized materials back to physical exhibitions was a key driver behind the Peabody Essex Museum's (PEM) choice of the Quartex platform. Hear more from Dan Lipcan, Ann C. Pingree Director of the Phillips Library at PEM.