We keep a public map and list of known Islandora installations around the world (is your site on there? Send us a note if it's not!). This past week that list reached a new milestone: 200 known Islandora sites. In fact, we're now sitting at 213. To celebrate, let's have a look at some of our favorite recent additions:
Developed by the team at Lousiana State University Libraries, this beautifully designed multi-site encompasses 17 Louisiana archives, libraries, museums, and other repositories, with more than 144,000 digital items. Collections run the gamut from photographs, maps, manuscript materials, books, and oral histories.
The Advertising & Design Club of Canada is a non-proﬁt, non-political group dedicated to encouraging excellence in Canadian advertising and design. Islandora serves as the backbone for an archive of award winning ads and curated collections.
An open access digital repository of the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico, making cultural and historical heritage available to the public through a beautfiully-themed Islandora site. It marks our first map point in Mexico.
Latin American Digital Initiatives (LADI) is a collaborative project between LLILAS Benson and Latin American partner institutions that digitally preserves and provides access to unique archival documents from Latin America, with an emphasis on collections documenting human rights, race, ethnicity, and social exclusion in the region. Its stylishly theme collections are the work of the University of Texas at Austin.