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Inlead is involved in two projects that have received grants. One in Denmark and one in Norway.
In Denmark, Tårnby has sought funds to make the following functionalities available in DDB and CMS.
Publishing flow enables the assignment of different roles with corresponding permissions levels to those who are responsible for editorial content on the library’s website. Based on these rights, content written by a journalist is sent off for approval by an editor who can choose to approve or reject the publication of an article (with the possibility of adding a comment to the author), and edit the article before publication.
Content carousel and lists
The content carousel is a graphic expansion of the existing content carousel. The list of materials is toned down graphically. It is based on a search result and can be located different places on the site.
Editorial sections is a more advanced version of DDB’s ‘group’ feature. The editorial sections automatically create menu shortcuts and thereby provide journalists and editors with a more intuitive approach to creating and classifying content.
With the node list funtionality, editors have the option of creating an unlimited number of lists with editorial content on all pages that allow panel editing.
DAMS (Digital Asset Management System)
DAMS is a module that offers central management of all media files, including images, and different file types, such as video and sound files, as well as Word documents, PDFs, etc.
We look forward to making DDB an even better library system.
The Norwegian project is described as separate news.
Inlead is supplier of the Norwegian project, Formidling i fremtidens musikkbibliotek (Procurement of Future Music Libraries), which very recently has been assigned project funds.
The project is commissioned by the music departments of Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim and Stavanger.
Together, the music departments will test procurement of new digital music. The project will make it possible to search using traditional sources, digital sources and editorial content. The tool, which is intended primarily for users, will also be applicable to library employees, particularly in instruction situations.
The project starts in January and is set to go on during most of 2015.
Check out the new website here
Skanderborg Library has entered into an agreement with Inlead, regarding the delivery of easyWeb. The library signed a contract last year with another supplier for a ding2-based website. But because this contract, after more than one year, still was not resolved, Inlead has taken over the task. We’re very excited and hereby says officially welcome to our 16th Danish public libraries clients on easyDDB.
Photo: arkitekturbilleder.dk – Andreas Trier Mørch
Lemvig Library is, after a long process, now operational with their easy.TING solution. It has turned out really beautiful. In Inlead we congratulate Lemvig Library with their new website.
Our client in Norway, Libraries in the West, is now operational with their website, which in no doubt is one of the coolest websites in the entire kingdom of Norway! We also congratulate Libraries in the West.
Libraries in the West is a collaboration between libraries, Askøy, Fjell, Sund and Øygarden.
Thisted Municipality wants a new culture website which purpose is to gather many of the city’s cultural institutions on one website. The website will be called kulturrummet.dk, and will include the following institutions:
Plantation House – A concert place and also a place for professional workshops. Some of them are possible to hire.
URT – Youth Council in Thy
Christian Gift – City Park
The solution is based on DDB CMS programmer hosting, and will also be hosted by DDB.
InLead have a focus on making cultural websites. Thisted´ s solution is the first to be based on DDB CMS.
There are talk of a so-called soft launch during the summer, with an intention to launch a full-fledged website during the beginning of the autumn of 2014.
We look forward to working with Thisted Municipality and Thisted Library.
Photo: Hanstholm Fyr / Falk Charge Man Neerach
The libraries in Askøy, Fjell, Sund og Øygarden have chosen easyWeb for their future website solutions. The libraries have already uploaded quite an amount of content on their new sites, and are looking forward to going viral just after the summer holiday. Askøy, Fjell, Sund og Øygarden are located at the west coast of Norway, not to far away from Bergen.
Inlead participates for the first time at the Library Meeting in Trondheim on 26-28 March. .
Inlead is a supplier of web solutions for libraries in both Norway and Denmark.
Deichmanske is a customer in Norway that for almost a year has used a website provided by Inlead. We are currently working on expanding the home page.
We have entered into an agreement with “Biblioteka i Vest” and will deliver their website. In addition Inlead is in dialogues with a number of major libraries, including county libraries, regarding their current website.
In other words, we have experienced an overwhelming interest for our solutions after we introduced them to the Norwegian market.
You are more than welcome to drop by us at the stand for a short presentation, however if you want to be sure to have enough time for a thorough introduction to our solutions, we recommend arranging an appointment for a meeting and an extended presentation.
Stand opening hours:
Wednesday 01.00 p.m. – 05.00 p.m.
Thursday: 08.30 a.m.– 17.00 p.m.
Friday: 08.30 a.m.– 01.15 p.m.
We are looking forward to hearing from you/seeing you in Trondheim.
Photo: Tronheim Havn
In Vejle we will present our easySuite including our easyWeb CMS, easyScreen and easyMail. We will also introduce our courses, additional services and the WagnerGUIDE. .
Today Inlead delivers standard web solutions to 14 Danish libraries and 5 Norwegian libraries.
Du er meget velkommen til på forhånd at booke tid, så der er plads i kalenderen til at gennemgå det, du er interesseret i.
You are welcome to book an appointment so we can review what you are most interested in.
See you in Vejle
Photo: Our stand at DB’s annual meeting, Bella Center 2013.