Private Access Library (PAL) is that the new service from The Canopy Channel which empowers families and communities to share digital content via their own private online multi media library
Online digital library the cover Channel (www.canopychannel.com) empowers families, groups and communities to make their own multi-media library for sharing digital images, music and other content with the launch of personal Access Library (PAL)
The Canopy Channel has announced the launch of Private Access Library (PAL), a replacement and unique variation of its hugely successful online multi media library. Members of the cover Channel can now set up their own online digital library and share video and audio creations, images and text documents like articles, essays and fiction, within a closed user group environment.
For PALs created before 1st October 2007 the primary year’s subscription will be free.
A PAL works exactly just like the main www.canopychannel.com library and users can switch seamlessly between the most library and their personal PAL to share family photos, videos and other digital content online.
Neil Stapley of the cover Channel said: “A Private Access Library is like creating your own multi-media website in minutes and at a fraction of the cost. it’s everything you need to customize it to your particular needs.”
There is no limit to the number of members a PAL can have, or to the amount of PALs a member can set up or belong to.
Neil continued: “The potential applications for this new feature are almost limitless. we expect it raises the bar for the big players in this arena”.
This makes a PAL ideal for families, friends, students, work colleagues, teams, clubs and societies, interest groups and just about any group or community, small or large, local or global, who have an interest in sharing their self-created digital media online and share family photos online.
Uniquely, a PAL is organized by its own Librarian. the cover Channel has devised a set of powerful tools that enable the Librarian to invite other people to join the PAL and customize it to the users’ particular needs, like creating its own two-tier library classification system with up to 60 subjects.
The Librarian also can choose to exercise control over items submitted by PAL members. Actions possible include Approve or Decline, Suspend or Archive and Reinstate. All Librarian actions generate a notification email to the member who submitted the item.
For fewer than £20 ($US40) you and your family or friends can upload and share your videos, photographs, audio clips and writing like articles and fiction, during a simple, intuitive interface .