Am I a Collector? Does it matter?

Ask me if I’m a Collector and, without hesitation, I resolutely reply “No”. I don’t perceive myself as a Collector. In my knee-jerk definition, Collectors are wealthy individuals with large homes-- or multiple homes-- in which to display their collections.  Otherwise, they are subject-matter experts with extraordinary knowledge about an art or craft form or a topic (like Disney or the Civil War).

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Hope SalzerCatalogIt
What to catalog? Everything!

The idea that became CatalogIt arose several years ago stemming from the need to document a collection of Native American baskets.  We began by outlining the characteristics that we believed would be important to fully document them and the app began to take shape.

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Dan Rael
The CatalogIt Accession Process

It’s essential for museums to have a strong accessioning process in place. We’ve made some substantial enhancements to the CatalogIt accession process that will prove helpful to our museum clients. Read on to learn more!

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Dan Rael
Hello App Store and .app

We're now officially in the Apple App Store which means no more TestFlight to install CatalogIt on your iPhone or iPad… We also have a new domain name (or web address).  We're officially now catalogit.app. We're big believers in the "app" economy and feel that having catalogit.app as our domain name reinforces who we are and what we do.

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Howard Burrows
Images in CatalogIt

In this post, we provide a bit of insight as to how CatalogIt handles the image and PDF files that are uploaded and attached to CatalogIt entries.

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Dan Rael
The CatalogIt Blog

Here you can expect to find regular comments and ideas related to cataloging, collections management, conservation, community events, etc., as well as periodic tips on using CatalogIt and any recent updates we’ve made to the software.

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Dan Rael