You can browse the collections in ArchivesSpace, starting with the browsing bar at the top of the page.
The Browsing Bar features five tabs.
By clicking on Collections, you will be taken to a new page listing all collections in alphabetical order.
You will see a drop down box, listing options for sorting collection results.
On the right side of the screen, you will see options to further filter the results. This can be done by searching for something within the results or by clicking on an additional filter, such as by subjects, or names.
A collection page has different parts of the finding aid displayed. This can include:
Similarly at the folder or item level, information from the finding aid is displayed. When using ArchivesSpace, your search results may direct you to a specific folder or item. To understand that folder or item better, look at the directory information that tells you what collection, series (if applicable), and box your search result came from.
Search our finding aids to discover our unique archival collections.
Thank you to the MIT Department of Distinctive Collections Processing Team for allowing us to copy their Using MIT ArchivesSpace guide.