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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Mark Leggott on Islandora and Open Source Projects

5 years 6 months
Islandora founder Mark Leggott was interviewed recently by Trevor Owens of the Library of Congress on the past, present, and future of Islandora and similar open source projects. Check out the full interview here and learn all about what's coming for the Islandora Project in the near future. Read More
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Islandora Camp Europe Updates

5 years 7 months

The main presenters and instructors have been confirmed for Islandora Camp in Tuscany, Italy:

  • Mark Leggott - Islandora Founder
  • Donald Moses - Digital Initiatives and Systems Librarian, UPEI
  • Paul Pound - Islandora Developer/Senior Developer, UPEI
  • Thornton Staples - Director of Research and Scientific Data Management, The Smithsonian
  • Nigel Banks - DiscoveryGarden, Inc.

Additional speakers will be announced in the coming months as we gather ideas from the community. We would also like to encourage members of the Islandora community to propose sessions for the 1st Islandora Camp Europe. We are also asking the community to suggest sessions for the camp. Sessions will be put to a vote by attendees later on to decide what will be added to the schedule.

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UPEI's Robertson Library gains a Hacker in Residence

5 years 8 months

Peter Rukavina will be joining the Robertson Library at the University of Prince Edward Island under its visiting scholar program as a 'Hacker in Residence'. What is a Hacker in Residence? Here some are the objectives of the appointment:

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