A curated selection of links, hand-picked by our master librarians. Click the links to get more information about each topic.
The DAM Capability Model is a rubric that DAM consultants and managers can use to assess where they're at in their DAM program and then plan for growth. It focuses around four pillars: Organization, Information, Systems, and Processes.
Courses and Conferences
Aldis employees and librarians regularly attend Henry Stewart DAM events and webinars to stay up to date on the latest technology options and best practices in the DAM industry.
Aldis is a CMMA partner and our team regularly attends events and supports many of the member companies through DAM services and ongoing education.
St. Catherine University
We partner with St. Kate’s MLIS degree program to provide graduate students with a corporate practicum experience. A number of our Digital Librarians are graduates of this Minnesota-based program.
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Another great MLIS program, accredited by the American Library Association since 1976. One of our Digital Librarians is a graduate of this program.
Society of American Archivists
The SAA is North America's oldest and largest national professional association dedicated to the needs and interests of archives and archivists. SAA represents more than 6,200 professional archivists employed by governments, universities, businesses, libraries, and historical organizations nationally.
Association of Moving Image Archivists
The AIMA is a nonprofit international association dedicated to the preservation and use of moving image media.
Museum Computer Network
The MCN aims to grow the digital capacity of museum professionals by connecting them to ideas, information, opportunities, proven practices, and each other.
University of Denver
Two of our Digital Librarians received their MLIS from University of Denver. Like many universities, DU offers both in-person and online degree options for this graduate program.
The Academy Digital Preservation Forum
Their mission: to bring together stakeholders and practitioners in the digital preservation of motion pictures to confront challenges, encourage information exchange, and stimulate productive work to address these challenges, with an eye to cultural as well as industry perspectives.