Islandora

Islandora is a completely free open-source software framework designed to help institutions and organizations and their audiences collaboratively manage and discover digital assets using a best practice framework.  Islandora is implemented and supported by an ever-growing international community.

Built on a base of Drupal, Fedora, and Solr, Islandora's flexibility empowers users to work with a huge variety of data types (such as image, video, and pdf) and knowledge domains (such as Chemistry and the Digital Humanities) and provides integration with additional viewers, editors, and data processing applications.

Islandora has out-of-the-box support for:
Any Digital File Type
Batch Ingest and Migrations
Faceted Searching
Flexible Metadata
Flexible Storage
IIIF
JSON-LD Serialization
Linked Data
Multilingual Content and Interface
OAI-PMH
Usage Statistics

Additionally, you can extend Islandora using any of the hundreds of modules built by the Drupal community.

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The Islandora Foundation

The Islandora Foundation is a federally incorporated, community-driven soliciting non-profit operating under Corporation Number 848647-6. Our mission is to steward the Islandora software platform and the community that develops and supports it.

Resources

Islandora and all of its components are completely free to use.

Get Started

Try out Islandora, browse our documentation, and download the version that best suits your needs.

Community

Participate in Islandora events and user groups to expand your skills and share your experience. Connect with new partners and colleagues.

Contribute

Take an active role in our open source community and help to make Islandora even better.

Help

From user documentation and community support to trusted vendors, we have the resources to help you make the most of Islandora.

New 7.x Committer: Kim Pham

The Islandora 7.x Project committers have asked Kim Pham to become a committer and we are very pleased to announce that she has accepted.   Kim has been a longstanding and pro-active member of the Islandora Community, deeply devoted to helping community members, colleagues and peers and performing tasks such as making testing of Islandora Code less of an obscure magic and more something that we can actually reproduce in a systemic way (which has helped to reveal some outstanding bugs!) amongst other highly appreciated contributions.   Kim is a convenor of the Oral Histories Interest group,

Islandora 200

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:

New CLAW Committer: Natkeeran Ledchumykanthan

The Islandora CLAW committers have asked Natkeeran Ledchumykanthan to become a committer and we are pleased to announce that he has accepted!

Nat has worked with the project for a while now and has contributed both code and documentation to Islandora CLAW.  He’s been very active in our development workflow, reviewing and testing pull requests and filing issues for bugs he encounters.

Thank you Nat for all the time you’ve put into this project. We are all looking forward to working with you as a committer and feel that you are a valuable addition to our team.