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An Engaged, International Islandora Community

The Islandora community consists of implementers, developers, service companies, and users working as transparently and collaboratively as possible towards better documentation and an always open-source code base. The community operates under a Code of Conduct.  Involvement is formalized through various levels…
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Islandora, Open Source built on a Strong Foundation

Islandora is more than just software. There are a lot of dedicated people who contribute to Islandora’s success, brought together under the umbrella of the Islandora Foundation. The Islandora Foundation is a community driven non-profit that serves several key roles in the Islandora Community. These roles include:…

PALS Islandora Workday 2019: Keeping Digital Archives simple through Metadata and AI

On Friday, August 16th, the PALS Islandora community met at Bethany Lutheran College. PALS began the day with a brief update, noting that thanks to the staff at Augsburg University, PALS will look at testing the user engagement features of…

Augsburg University oral histories site Augorah now available

In August 2019, Augsburg University archives staff completed Augorah, a site where faculty, students, and other members of the Augsburg community can upload oral histories. Augorah includes an oral history toolkit with instructions on getting started, equipment guides, links to release forms,…

The impact of ARCH digital collections on Sesquicentennial Celebrations

Minnesota State University, Mankato recently celebrated its Sesquicentennial and saw the impact of its digital collections in ARCH. In particular, the staff was able to take advantage of the search capabilities in research related to the festivities. The article on…