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Introduction to Islandora
This presentation will offer an introduction to Islandora, an open-source Digital Asset Management platform, including the project’s purpose, architecture, history, functions, and community. The session will also demo ...
Upgrading? Migrating? There’s a portmanteau for that!
Fedora 4, the new, revitalized version of Fedora, boasts a feature set that includes improvements in scalability, linked data capabilities, research data support, modularity, and more. Since the launch of Fedora 4.0, a ...
Islandora and Fedora 4; The Atonement.
In the context of repository platforms, Islandora has a fair bit of age, and with that a fair bit of cruft. In the early winter of 2014/2015 the Islandora community began working on a project plan to outline what would be ...
The revolution will be preserved
We live in a reality where official records are born and disseminated via the Internet. Many institutions have a strategy in place for transferring official university records that are print or tactile to university archives, ...
Sustainability of Community-owned Repository Software: A Call to Action
Sustainability of open-source software is a continual challenge in the relatively small world of cultural heritage institutions. The challenge is amplified due to the critical preservation implications tied to institutional ...
Islandora: Creating and Sustaining an Open Source Community
Three years have passed since the formation of the Islandora Foundation was announced at Open Repositories 2013. Since that time, the project has welcomed more than two dozen supporting institutions, hosted Islandora Camps ...
State of The CLAW Address
In the early winter of 2014/2015 the Islandora community began working on a project plan to create version of Islandora that would work with of Fedora 4. At OR2015, the team gave an update on what the project had achieved ...
Building Successful, Open Repository Software Ecosystems: Technology and Community
Archivematica, AtoM (Access to Memory), Fedora, Hydra, and Islandora provide a set of functions which contribute to a diverse curation and repository ecosystem. They are also projects existing in a greater open source ...