Connecting Uses, Pushing Limits - an Aeon Symposium hosted by the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan).  Full Symposium Information Available at http://www.aeonum2016.org/schedule/.  Please check out the videos of the presentations below.

Wednesday

Workshop - Reports from the Trenches

· Matthew Adair, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan
· Kate Hutchens, Special Collections Library, University of Michigan
· Katie Gillespie and Genie Powell, Atlas Systems

Interactive workshop on creating reports from Aeon data.

Thursday

Keynote Address – Christian Dupont, John J. Burns Library, Boston College

Introduction: Martha Conway, Special Collections Library, University of Michigan

Aeon and ArchivesSpace – Discussion with:

· Dan Specht, Atlas Systems
· Stephanie Spires, Atlas Systems
· Christine Di Bella, ArchivesSpace

Friday

Keynote Address – Kate Hutchens, Special Collections Library, University of Michigan and Moira Fitzgerald, Yale University Library

Exploring how the area of special collections public services is evolving, and the role of Aeon and similar systems in helping to meet the changing needs of remote and onsite patrons.

Aeon Update

Roundtable Discussion with Atlas Systems

· Opportunity for attendees to share feedback and ideas with Atlas Systems
· Facilitator: Dan Specht, Atlas Systems