Discover AM Quartex: how public libraries are building community around local heritage collections

Celebrating centennials. Showcasing oral histories. Creating living archives that document the present as well as commemorating the past.

These are just some of the ways in which public and state libraries, from California and Texas to Illinois, Ontario and Ireland, are using AM Quartex to reach and engage both experienced and new users.

The key to their success? Their digital archives capture attention, they excite and inspire, and provide a sustainable, centralised hub for community recollection.

That’s because, alongside our easy-to-use but powerful editing and cataloguing tools, Quartex equally focuses on discovery and user experience.

From automated transcription services that enable sitewide keyword search to visualisation tools, such as digital exhibits and interactive timelines, your collections will, through Quartex, become more vibrant and more effective in engaging and serving the communities whose stories are being told.

Join Jameson Worley, our US Sales Executive, and learn from these examples, and consider how your public library could build stronger community engagement around local heritage collections.

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