iCamp CO- October 13th - 15th

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Directions to Campus: 2199 S University Blvd, Denver, CO 80208, United States

Campus Map: The camp will take place in the Anderson Academic Commons (AAC) and Katherine Ruffatto Hall (KRH)

Monday October 13th: Islandora Software and Community

Anderson Academic Commons, Room 290

Time Session + Details Speaker 8:30 – 9:00 Registration and continental breakfast   9:00 – 9:30

Welcome / Introduction to Islandora

  • What is Islandora?
  • Instructor introductions
  • Islandora Foundation
  • Islandora Camp orientation
iCampCO Instructors 9:30 - 10:30

Attendee Introductions

  • Round-the-room introductions: experience with Islandora and your role in managing/using Islandora.
  • Discussion of what attendees want to learn at the Camp.
All 10:30 - 11:00 Break   11:00 - 11:45

Spotlight on Islandora Sites

View demos from current in-production Islandora sites.

  • York University Digital Library
  • Attendee sites

Nick Ruest, 

York University

& Presenters

11:45 - 12:30

Solution Packs: Managing Content with Islandora

An overview of solution packs in the 7.x-1.3 release.

  • PDF
  • Images
  • Audio/Video
  • Book
  • WARC

Nick Ruest, 

York University

  12:30- 1:30 Lunch   1:30 - 2:00     Islandora Scholar: Islandora as an IR

Erin Tripp, 

discoverygarden Inc

2:00-2:30 Preservation with Islandora

Nick Ruest,

York University

2:30 – 3:00

Migrating to Islandora

  • batch ingesting
  • using METS or other wrapper
  • Using a manifest
  • planning before script anecdotes

Daniel Lamb, 

discoverygarden Inc

 

3:00 – 3:15     3:15-4:00 Islandora Interest Groups

Robin Dean,

Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries

 

Daniel Lamb,

discoverygarden Inc

 

Nick Ruest, 

York University

4:00-5:00

Islandora Install Fest (optional prep for Day #2)

  • Include discussion of production installation issues and troubleshooting.
ICampCO Instructors

 

Tuesday October 14th: Tracks for Repository Administrators and Islandora Developers 

Katherine Ruffatto Hall (KRH)  //  Anderson Academic Commons (AAC)

Thursday is a full day of workshops/tutorials where you can get your hands on Islandora and gain some practical experience, either via the user interface (admins) or by digging into the underlying code (devs).

Time

Admin Track

(KRH, Room 401)

Dev Track 

(AAC, Room 290)

8:30-9:00 Coffee + Tea (AAC, Room 290)   9:00-10:30 Intro to Drupal and Islandora Introductions and Content models 10:30-11:00 Break Solution packs 11:00-12:30 Islandora Configuration Tuque 12:30-1:30 Lunch (Room 290) Lunch (room 290) 1:30-3:30 Forms and Security (XML Form Builder) Solr (Don’t be Dreary…) 3:30-4:00 Break Break 4:00-5:00 Solr for Admins Questions/discussion

7:00 – 8:00 PM Islandora Camp CO Dinner @ Mercury Cafe

 

Wednesday October 15th: What's New & Next in Islandora 

Anderson Academic Commons, Room 290

Time Session +Details Speaker 8:30-9:00 Coffee + Tea (AAC,​ Room 290)   9:00 – 10:00

Update on 7.x-1.4 Release

  • What’s new in 7.x-1.4
  • How to get involved in the Islandora release process.
  • Keeping Islandora up-to-date: latest version of code vs. release version of code.

Nick Ruest, 

York University

10:00 – 10:30 Break   10:30 – 11:30      Fedora 4 & Drupal 8

Daniel Lamb,

discoverygarden Inc

11:30 – 12:00 Get discovered: Sitemaps, OAI and more

Erin Tripp,

discoverygarden Inc

12:00 – 12:30 Community Presentation   12:30 – 1:30 Lunch   1:30 – 2:00 Awards iCampCO Instructors 2:00 – 2:30

Multisite Islandora

Sometimes one Islandora site just isn’t enough!

The Drupal “multisite” installation option for Islandora can help streamline maintenance and management of multiple Islandora sites, especially in a consortial or multi-campus environment.

Learn the Alliance Digital Repository’s best practices for optimizing and customizing a multisite Islandora system, including how to minimize risk when granting distributed access to a shared system.

Robin Dean, 

Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries

2:30 – 3:00

Using Fedora 4 as a Bibliographic Linked Data Store

The underlying Fedora Commons digital repository used by Islandora is undergoing significant changes particularly in its REST web interface and as a Linked Data triple store. Since the Fedora 4 beta release in June of 2014, Colorado College has been experimenting with using Fedora 4 as a primary bibliographic datastore storage using exported MARC21 records to Fedora while converting MARC records to the Library of Congress's BIBFRAME Linked Data stored as Fedora Objects. Other experiments including generating new Schema.org RDF triples in Fedora 4 with accompanying datastreams. Web-based and command-line tools developed in these experiments suggests new uses of Fedora 4 as an exciting alternative to traditional ILS and other legacy library systems

Jeremy Nelson,

Colorado College

3:00 – 3:30 Break   3:30 – 4:00

Batch Processing: How Wyoming Cleared a large backlog in a matter of months

We have developed a basic workflow for organizing, ingesting, and troubleshooting a large backlog of digitized books and images.  Using freeware to preprocess, and drush scripts to ingest, the University of Wyoming managed to clear much of our backlog and increase our digital holdings by over 2 TB in six months.

Amanda Lehman, 

University of Wyoming

4:00 – 4:30

Islandora Entity Bridge

Detroit Public Library is in the process of building a robust digital asset management system using Islandora, Fedora Commons, and Apache Solr. In the process of building the site, we found a need to be able to use flags, views, and various other contributed modules that are part of the Drupal Entity ecosystem. Due to limitations within Drupal, integration with system modules was only possible via Islandora Sync (which is a great module and fulfills a lot of requirements; however, it can become data heavy when dealing with large amounts of data due to potential duplication of assets).

We wish to introduce the Islandora Entity Bridge module as an alternative which brings over (and maps to a Drupal-recognized ID) core data from a Fedora object (not particularly data-heavy) and immediately opens up integration possibilities. While the key part of the integration is with Views, I will show how you can currently use the Flag module, Views, and display different datastreams. I will also talk a bit about the roadmap going forward (like ability to have display-only fields / data from datastreams, possibly replacing Fedora GSearch with SearchAPI / SearchAPI Solr, and more).

Ashok Modi, 

 

Cherry Hill Company

4:30-5:00 Closing Remarks ICampCO instructors