Islandora is an open-source software framework designed to help institutions and organizations and their audiences collaboratively manage, and discover digital assets using a best-practices framework.  Islandora was originally developed by the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library, but is now implemented and contributed to by an ever-growing international community.

Download | Documentation | Donate | Sandbox

manez's picture
manez

iCampCA Instructors Announced

2 weeks 4 days
Islandora Camp is going to be in San Diego, CA from November 7 to 9th. We'll be holding our standard three day camp, with two days of sessions and one day of hands-on training from experienced Islandora instructors. You can register for the camp and find out more here. Both workshop tracks will contain content exploring Islandora's next major version, which pairs Drupal 8 and Fedora 4, alongside more traditional training in the current release with Drupal 7 and Fedora 3.
Read More
manez's picture
manez

Islandora 250

3 weeks 4 days

The Islandora Installations list has hit 250* known sites! Let's have a look at some of the more interesting examples that brought us to this milestone:

California Revealed

California Revealed is a State Library initiative to help California’s public libraries, in partnership with other local heritage groups, digitize, preserve, and serve online historically significant Californiana (e.g., books, documents, audiovisual recordings).

Read More
manez's picture
manez

Islandora and the COAR Next Generation Repositories Report

1 month 2 days

Late last year, a working group of the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) released a report with recommendations to adopt "new technologies, standards, and protocols that will help repositories become more integrated into the web environment and enable them ​to ​play ​a ​larger ​role ​in ​the ​scholarly ​communication ​ecosystem." Islandora's own Institutional Repository Interest Group took up the report

Read More

Pages

Subscribe to Recent Posts