AtoM 3 survey goes live

The Access To Memory Foundation has launched an online survey to assess community priorities for the development of AtoM 3, which will be a successor to the AtoM 2.x that is in use so successfully around the world. Please go to and make your voice heard! There is a related Proof of Concept proposal for AtoM 3 which is also available on that page; this is a document that outlines the proposed functionality for AtoM 3, reasons for making AtoM 3 a Linked Data platform, a series of use cases that would be tested as part of a Proof of Concept, and a proposed technical architecture. You may choose to read the proposal before completing the survey, but it’s not required. The survey is brief and easy to fill out, and we encourage all AtoM users and those interested in web-based archival description software to complete it before the May 31 deadline.