The PALS Islandora community held a webinar on restricting access in Islandora on Monday July 10th. This was in some ways a continuation of discussion we held at the first Islandora workday in April, but it also really helped us gauge the needs of our partners when it comes to access restrictions. It began with a brief overview of how one can restrict access access in Islandora. For more details, please click here.
The PALS Islandora community held our first annual workday at Minnesota State University-Mankato on Thursday 4/27/2017. A few of our partners were not able to make it, but we had a great turnout.
Everyone had a lot of energy and eagerness to discuss a number of issues from workflow to records management and how to manage access to objects in Islandora. We also had a great tour of MSU-Mankato’s ARCHives.
PALS is excited to announce that we have formed a new partnership with Leech Lake Tribal College to implement their Islandora digital repository. This is only possible because of the hard work put in by Leech Lake Tribal College staff that resulted in them getting selected as a grant recipient of the American Indian College Fund’s Traditional Native Arts and Energy/Water Infrastructure Program, with the proposed project Renovations for the Leech Lake Tribal College Archive Room.