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.

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Islandora Deployments Repo

2 days 21 hours

Ever wonder what another institution's Islandora deployment looks like in detail? Look no further: York and Ryerson have shared their deployments wit the community on GitHub, including details such as software versions, general settings, XACML policies, and Drupal modules. If you would like to share your deployment, please contact Nick Ruest so he can add you as a collaborator on the repo.

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Notes from Islandora Camp Colorado

4 days 21 hours

We are fresh back from Islandora Camp at the University of Denver and it was a blast. Our gathering of 50+ Islandorians hailed from academic libraries, support companies, public libraries, and community archives all over Canada and the United States. Despite having such a big crowd, the collaborative sprit of Islandora Camp held strong and we had a number of lively debates about XML, Fedora 4, and just how a Delete button aught to work.

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Islandora Camp CO Has a Logo!

3 weeks 1 day

Islandora Camp is going to Denver, CO in just 10 days. When we get there, we will be very happy to welcome our Camp attendees with their official t-shirt, designed by UPEI's Donald Moses:

Islandora Camp CO T-Shirt

Don's iCampCO logo will join the ranks of our historical Camp Logos. Keep an eye out for our next Camp and yours could be next!

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