Open Source Repository Software presentations in the Washington Metropolitan Area
Join us March 31, 2015 in Beltsville, Maryland
The Islandora Digital Repository and Asset Management System continues to grow in both maturity and popularity. Come find out why, and see some of the latest additions from the Islandora Community.
Alan Stanley was one of the original developers on the Islandora Project, and now is a developer and trainer with discoverygarden, a software services company based on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Alan will discuss the advancement and recent innovations of the platform to help you determine whether Islandora would be a good fit for your organization.
All are welcome; it’s free of charge to attend.
We will also be attending the Fedora User Group meeting hosted by the USDA National Agricultural Library where organizations using Fedora-based software will share project updates. Alan will showcase the latest tools for exposing and preserving manuscripts, serials, and digital humanities projects.
Islandora is award winning, open source digital repository software. If you’re interested in learning more about how academic institutions, government departments, museums and historical societies are using Islandora, get in touch with Alan for a private consultation.
The discoverygarden team
Developer and Subject Matter Expert