Avalon is an online service that provides round-the-clock access to streaming audio and video content. This content includes course reserve materials, library-owned items, and locally created content from campus departments.
British Library; British Museum; Museum of London Archaeology; Tate; Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; National Museums Scotland
Institutional repositories for UK cultural heritage organisations, currently all Independent Research Organisations (IROs). Content includes a variety of outputs including published works, datasets, 3D models and exhibition material.
Six individual repositories with a unified search layer over the top. Built by Ubiquity Press with a number of custom features, including importer tool and public-facing design.
Integration with Box.com for file submission Integration with Globus for large data transfer (both upload and download) Batch metadata imports via CSV Versioning for works (datasets) Vertical breadcrumbs for nested works Browsing “top-level” works only Data submission form conditionally presenting a series of triage questions ARK and DOI minting with EZID and Crossref services Bulk export of files
Institutional research data repository. Self-deposit data repository for researchers in humanities and social sciences.
Internal prosopographic referential with Idref integration for authority records Autocomplete for several referentials : Rameau, Glottolog, Geoethno, Thesaurus of online medieval images (TIMEL)... Optional metadata areas by discipline Full internationalization of free text fields (RDF Langtag support) DOI On the fly OCR with tesseract / full text search Chained authentication protocols with LemonLDAP::NG
Fedora 4.7.5 MySQL High-capacity replicated storage with Active Circle
Mediated self-deposit repository for theses and dissertations, used by multiple Emory University Schools and departments
Mediated deposit workflows including single and multiple approvals Primary/supplemental file delineation File-level descriptive metadata Box integration Shibboleth integration Save self-deposit submission as draft Customized embargo durations Customized embargo levels (full work, files, abstract, table of contents) Submit works to Proquest
Github repo: Private. Read access available upon request.
Curated scholarly repository for documents and analysis reports associated with The ISIS Files project, a partnership between the George Washington University Libraries, the GW Program on Extremism, and the New York Times
Drop-down menus on the menu bar. Clicking on a document thumbnail opens document in browser by default (when browser is configured to allow it - otherwise the browser will download the document)
Shared repository focused on scaling technology and experts to support multiples uses across a wide range of institutions through consortial partnerships. Each participating library has two branded tenants. The focus has been on providing access, technology, and expertise to institutions often locked out of commercial solutions.
Group management to allow shared staffing across tenants.
Various. Some CONTENTdm, Digital Commons, homegrown, Islandora.
Page turning application for uploading, describing, structuring, and providing access to digitized multi-page items from the IU Libraries collections. Based on Princeton University's Plum
IIIF integration with Universal Viewer HOCR derived using Tesseract with "Search Within" available in the Universal Viewer (select items) Structural editor to provide hierarchy and labeling within an item
Repository of digital image collections held at Indiana University campuses. Will grow to include digital images, digital objects with multiple pages, digital archival materials, and more.
AllinsonFlex provides flexible metadata support.
Bulkrax with METS parser.
IIIF integration with Universal Viewer HOCR derived using Tesseract with "Search Within" available in the Universal Viewer (select items) Structural editor to provide hierarchy and labeling within an item.
CommunityArchive@LBCC is a tool for showcasing and preserving important content created at Linn-Benton Community College. Our collection focuses on teaching and learning materials (particularly Open Educational Resources) and institutional history.
Institutional repository containing scholarly publications/materials of the McGill community. Greatest collection is theses and dissertations. Contains also faculty research publications as well as exemplary undergraduate and graduate work.
Author ordering implemented from Oregon State's Scholar Archive Repository Customized the abstracts to have a language tag at the end of the abstract Import scripts from Digitool (Ex Libris) Updated edit/deposit form with combined files and metadata tab
Digital Collections contains thousands of items from Northwestern University Libraries. While only a fraction of materials from the Libraries' collections are represented, the site is representative of the distinction and diversity of collections from the Northwestern Government and Geographic Information collection, Herskovits Library of African Studies, Music Library,McCormick Library of Special Collections, Transportation Library, and University Archives.
Meadow is the Digital Collections Backend and staff DAM.
Staff tool for building digital objects, which are served using IIIF, and embedded in our user-facing applications: Blacklight: Catalog, Latin American Ephemera, and Digital Cicognara Library GeoBlacklight: Digital Maps & Geospatial Data Spotlight: Digital PUL
Content types: books/manuscripts, maps/geodata, ephemera, audio, numismatics, controlled vocabs ARK minting with EZID BagIt import/export BrowseEverything ingest Drag-and-drop page reordering, table-of-contents building GraphQL API IIIF Manifest generation MARC & EAD metadata import OCR with Tesseract PDF generation with Prawn RabbitMQ event publishing Workflows with AASM
The UCLA Digital Library Program (DLP) serves as the catalyst for the creation, management, and delivery of digital content in support of the UCLA Library mission and goals. The Program provides for the storage and dissemination of digital objects, including text, images, audio, and video in their various digital manifestations and combinations. The UCLA Library provides a web presence for digital collections, and provides storage, backup and digital preservation support for all digital content accepted into, or developed by, the Library.
DigitalRepository@HKUL is a platform for hosting digital contents received into or developed by HKU Libraries to support teaching, learning, research and knowledge exchange. The repository provides digitized materials including books, manuscripts, journals, articles, photographs, videos, audio, music scores, ephemera, posters, drawings and more.
IIIF Manifest generation OCR with Abbyy SAML login Spotlight for public access interface
Digital repository. Restricted access pending migration to new platform. Link will present interim solution for requesting content.
Content largely consists of theses, journal articles and past examination papers (the last restricted to University users only) although many other types of digital content are present in smaller numbers.
Fulcrum is an open source publishing platform that helps publishers present the full richness of their authors' research outputs in a durable, discoverable, accessible and flexible form.
Web-based EPUB reader. Works segmented by Publisher with customized branding and publisher specific analytics. Mediated access of subscription materials. Bulk importer. Support for embedded multimedia FileSets in EPUBS. AblePlayer integration for audio/video, Leaflet IIIF for images. Jekyll static site integration. COUNTER P5 analytics tracking and report generation.
A collaborative project to support the growth of open access through institutional repositories, by introducing significant structural improvements and new features to the Samvera Community's Hyku platform. The project partners are University of Virginia Library, Ubiquity Press and the British Library, with funding from Arcadia, a charitable fund of philanthropists Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.
Automatic population of repository contents Enhanced metrics to indicate usage of contents Connect and sync with author identification and profile services In-browser display, visualization and annotation Pathways to long-term preservation services
5 USDA Agencies manage usda publications (parent work) and add releases (child works) to publications that contain data files (txt, pdf, csv, xls, xml) for agricultural data. Mostly used by ag-economists, market analysts, researchers, farmers, etc.
Combination of permissions, user roles to allow agency admins to only have write permissions. Front end customizations: Modified homepage to focus on search and browse.Only display publications (parent work) in search results.Added subscription feature so users can subscribe and get email notifications (via MailGun API).Customized work creation forms to use multi-step forms. Other: Reveresed parent child relationship. Used collection extensions for 5 agencies with nested collection for one large agency with 4 divisions. Store files on S3 with external content link in Fedora, links to file download use CloudFront distribution endpoint to S3 Created a read/write API for creating and migrating content
Institutional repository for theses, dissertations, student projects and cultural heritage works
Work types: ETD, Student Work, Generic Work Batch loader (The George Washington University) that we customized to ingest using a csv or json, logging and other features API such that we can auto ingest ETDs and student projects from the ETD/student project submission application that we have.