Islandora Interest Groups

Islandora and the COAR Next Generation Repositories Report

Late last year, a working group of the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) released a report with recommendations to adopt "new technologies, standards, and protocols that will help repositories become more integrated into the web environment and enable them ​to ​play ​a ​larger ​role ​in ​the ​scholarly ​communication ​ecosystem." Islandora's own Institutional Repository Interest Group took up the report

Islandora Documentation Survey

Hello Islandora Community!

Documentation is an important aspect of any software and an essential tool for the Islandora community.

With the new release out, the Islandora Documentation Interest Group (IDIG) would love to hear about your experience using the newly updated 7. x -1.4 documentation.

By participating in this survey, you will help the IDIG to better understand and serve the needs of our users.

To contribute, please fill out the Islandora Community Survey, which should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions please contact us at community@islandora.ca

Announcing the Islandora Documentation Interest Group

Earlier this month, we introduced the exciting new concept of the Islandora Interest Group, a means of bringing together like-minded individuals in the Islandora Community to "exchange information, mentorship, and development within a limited area of interest and to report findings, submit code, documentation, recommendations as appropriate to the Islandora Roadmap Committee on matters of wider interest relating to the area of expertise." The first Interest Group out of the gates was the