Welcome to THE BUZZ where we highlight new features and news from the eHive community.
First eHive User Group Meeting!
We’re excited to announce our first eHive User Group meeting will be happening next month on Thursday 30th March at 3pm NZT. We’ll have news on upcoming changes, two speakers sharing insights into their cataloguing projects and be asking you for your ideas.
Register to attend by following the link below
eHive Product Updates
We’re continually making changes to the eHive platform to make it better for you to use. Over the past few months we’ve updated the text associated with the rights status of your objects to make it clearer to understand and more in line with best practice globally.
We have added the ability to search for the date a record was created when using the Advanced Search option.
Finally if you’re on a Silver plan or above, you’ll have access to analytics on your account. We’ve made some changes behind the scenes to keep it in line with changes Google is making to its Analytics tools. It all looks the same to you but now seamlessly combines the data from older data and new into one set of information for you.
Feature Collection: Health Museum of South Australia
The Health Museum is currently supported by the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Central Adelaide Local Health Networks. It is run by the CALHN Health Museum team who are supported by dedicated volunteers working in all areas from collection management and conservation to digitization.
The CALHN Health Museum is responsible for the medical history of CALHN institutions. Currently this includes Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA Dental, SA Pathology, Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre and The Queen Elisabeth Hospital, plus some private collections as well.
Through its exhibits, educational programs, and public events, the CALHN Health Museum assists in a greater understanding and appreciation of the medical and health care history to past and present employees, students, academic community, and the general public. The CALHN Health Museum also provides research opportunities through the use of its artefacts, manuscripts, images and library collections.
Object of Interest:
Souvenir: Key Ring; 2021; AR#14001
About this object
A key ring issued to staff working at the Covid-19 testing clinic at Victoria Park acknowledging their efforts in completing 100,000 individual Covid-19 tests between 5 August 2020 and 1 June 2021. In the original box.
Before its closure in July 2022 they would complete more than 1/2 million tests.