Upcoming IrisBG User Conference 2018

When: May 18 Where: Cambridge University Botanic Garden Cambridge University Botanic Garden, established in 1846, will be hosting the 2018 European user conference. On Friday May 18, we will start in the early morning with optional trainings. You can chose to attend the “Introductory IrisBG training” or the “Advanced IrisBG training”, according to your level of …

Continue reading »

All the best wishes from the IrisBG Team

Wishing everyone Happy Holidays and the very best for the New Year.

Back from 2017 APGA in Canada + 6GBGC in Switzerland

Having returned from two fantastic conferences, we are exhilarated and filled with new inspiration and ideas. Due to time constraints, we will keep this article short for now and hopefully get back to you later with more reflections on the Annual American Public Garden Association conference and 6th Global Botanic Garden Congress. We would like …

Continue reading »

UK and European User Conference – Recordings, Slides and Summary

UK User Meeting and Plantnetwork Plant Records Training Day at Mount Stuart House and Gardens On 3rd and 4th of May, in fantastic surroundings and magical weather, the Mount Stuart Trust kindly opened their doors to the IrisBG community and PlantNetwork members. The delegates at the IrisBG User Meeting consisted mainly of new users and …

Continue reading »

Upcoming IrisBG Conference, Meetings, Workshops and Webinars

The first 6 months of 2017 are now lined up with a number of exciting IrisBG events. Please note that most of the events are open to anyone who would like to learn more about IrisBG. Hope to see you there. Webinars When: First Thursday of the month. Where: Online. We will continue our Q&A …

Continue reading »

Thank you for 2016

We would like to wish you all very happy holidays and the best for the New Year. Thank you A big THANK YOU to all our community members for your support and feedback. We look forward to working with you in 2017. 2016 was another bumper year with more than 20 new gardens joining the …

Continue reading »

Digital Asset Management – is it relevant for Botanical Collections?

Easy and efficient handling of digital assets such as images and documents has always been an important capability of IrisBG. Electronic documents are now replacing printed documents at many institutions and the availability of quality digital cameras and improved smartphone cameras has resulted in an explosive growth in the number of photos taken. The growth …

Continue reading »

IrisBG Version 3.6.1 is now available

A new release of IrisBG is now available which includes several new features that we beleive many of you will enjoy. Below, you will find a recording of the Q&A Webinar held on Thursday, July 7th where we discuss some of the features in the new version. A complete list of changes can be found …

Continue reading »

List Wizardry, User Satisfaction, APGA in Miami

It has been several weeks since my return from Miami and I was hoping to write this article sooner. However, my desire to include a re-recording of the presentation from the conference workshop “20 cool things you can do with your plant records”, required a bit of patience. The final point in the presentation included …

Continue reading »

20 years, 5 continents, 3 conferences, Miami here we come

It was 20 years ago today (give or take a few months), since the first version of IrisBG was installed at the Botanical Garden, University Of Oslo. Since then, IrisBG has been carefully curated and improved over the years, including a complete redesign in 2004 and 2010. In the same period, we have also seen …

Continue reading »

Older posts «