(what is it used for and by whom?)
(any customized features or additions to base gems)
Samvera solutions/gems (Please list the gem names like Hyku, Hyrax, Avalon, Sufia, older gems)
Storage Layer (Please list the storage like Fedora 3.2, Fedora 4.3 etc)
The Private Academy Network of Indiana (PALNI) and The Pennsylvania Academic
Library Consortium, Inc. (PALCI)
Hyku for Consortia
A collaborative effort between the Private Academy Network of Indiana (PALNI) and the Pennsylvania Academic Library Consortium, Inc. (PALCI), the multi-tenancy of Hyku will make the platform available to member institutions and their users.
Multi-tenancy via Hyku
Enhanced theming customization
ORA4 (Oxford Research Archive v.4)
Preservation system based on Oxford Common Filesystem Layout (OCFL) and SWORD2
Symplectic Elements integration with Hyrax via SWORD2
Import/Export via SWORD2 (though this may not be optimal for a mass export/import)
Embellished Hyrax form system involving 23 types of object (e.g. journal articles, thesis, etc.) and around 220 fields
A "review process" system involving:
team member management
depositor login management
deposited-object management (i.e. metadata changes, referrals, embargo, publication, etc.)
A series of Solr-query based reports required for REF
A Blacklight-Project public front-end
A bespoke ORA Fedora 3 -> Fedora 4 migration process
Message queue based transfer of metadata and binaries between separate deposit and review servers
University of Utah
Library Media Streaming
The library streaming site is used by students, staff, faculty, and the general public to stream media assets.
WGBH/American Archive of Public Broadcasting
AVALON 7 (for internal WGBH collection)
A central metadata and digital collections management system, for use by over 120 contributors to the American Archive of Public Broadcasting to submit, manage, update, and export data about their inventories and digitized content.
Work Types modeling the PBCore metadata schema's hierarchy.
Batch ingest - create multiple parent and child works from a zipped folder of PBCore xml or a CSV file.
Hyrax - 2.4.x (trying to stay up to date)
Georgia State University Library
We are building a custom Digital Collections Asset Management System based heavily on the Hyrax engine.
Work types: Artifact, Manuscript, Map, Moving Image, Oral History, Photo, Publication, Sound Recording
Bulk Upload (Create multiple works from a CSV)
OHMS XML uploading (Creates oral history or moving image work from an XML created in OHMS)
Youtube viewer for Moving Images
Controlled Vocabulary Management
Controlled Vocabulary Conformity checking
Blacklight range limit gem integration
Leaflet JS map viewer
Fedora 4.7.4 (backed by PSQL)
University of Michigan and Indiana University
@Nabeela Jaffer (email@example.com)
source code on github
Research Data Repository
University of Oregon
and Oregon State University
Oregon Digital 2
Source code: https://github.com/OregonDigital/OD2/
Digital collections repository
Migrating from current Oregon Digital (Hydra 6) using https://github.com/OregonDigital/hyrax-migrator/ gem
Linked data support, controlled vocabulary support, oEmbed, collection type option to allow configurable facets per collection (order, include yes/no)
Fedora 4.7.5 but strongly considering Valkyrie/Postgres
Warburg Institute, University of London
(hosted by CoSector, University of London)
Warburg Library Commons
Work types: Journal Article, Conference Item, Published Work (via dog_biscuits)
University of Hull (with CoSector and Cottage Labs)
Hull City of Culture
(hull_culture gem, run against base app)
Digital Asset Management for dissemination copies of AIPs deposited into Archivematica.
Work types: Digital Archival Object, Package (via dog_biscuits)
Additional indexing drawn from Archivematica METS to display info about the DIP, AIP and SIP.
A digital repository where researchers, museum curators, and the general public can find, download, and upload 3D media representing physical objects, most commonly biological specimens
Universal viewer for 3D volumetric data
Submitting multiple related works at one time
8 work types modeling 3D image acquisition with events and entities using PREMIS/PROV community standards
Search and import of metadata from external community object repositories such as iDigBio or Europeana
Provides student and administrator workflows around approval and publication of electronic theses and dissertations.
Video preservation system
National Library of Ireland
California Digital Library
Durham University (UK)
University of Maryland, College Park
Maynooth University (Republic of Ireland)
Saint Peter's University
George Washington University
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Cleveland Museum of Art
Ruhr University Bochum (Germany)
ReSeeD - RDM System Beta
The research data management system (RDM system) is jointly developed with researchers to support their research workflow. The implementation of complex data models allows low barrier adoption for the researchers in the lab where data is being generated, early data sharing and reuse with collaborating research groups, data curation, archival (ARK) and publication (DOI) workflows. The system interfaces with native S3 compliant storage to store data and metadata.
The system is a self-service tool for researchers to store, describe, share, archive (bit-stream) and publish their data. It supports FAIR data principles and promotes the implementation of RDM and open science policy requirements. The system also supports IT, library and RDM services provisioning RDM resources, curation and publication of data, and consultancy with the system providing large of RDM demands by design.
Work types: Dataset (Datacite), CRC Dataset (discipline specific supporting neuroscience, custom very complex and hierarchical), three-step review workflow mapping research group, research cluster, and repository data curation/publication levels.
Shibboleth (saml2) and ORCID authentication,
Native S3 storage
Bulkrax (import complex folder structure with hierarchical metadata)
S3 (carrierwave) data and metadata,
Postgres (Application data)
Fedora 4.7.5 (Graph metadata store only, link to data in S3)