DPS goes to Islandora Camp!

DPS goes to Islandora Camp!

Posted by: on October 14, 2015   |Comments (0)|Open Educational Resources

Digital Publishing Services will be traveling to Hartford, CT next week to attend Islandora Camp!

Islandora is a digital asset management system that combines a Fedora back end and a Drupal front end.  DPS is thrilled to begin using Islandora to manage and present our assets.  Our attendance at Islandora Camp will help us develop the technical and metadata skills needed to begin our implementation. 

Some of the highlights of the camp include: Solr for Admin,  Building Digital Archive Collections with Islandora, and Shaping your Workflow: Creating Custom Ingest Workflows Using Islandora Webform.  The camp will be held from October 20 – 22 in Hartford, CT, at the UCONN Graduate Business Learning Center.

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Digital Publishing Services will be traveling to Hartford, CT next week to attend Islandora Camp! Islandora is a digital asset management system that combines a Fedora back end and a Drupal front end.  DPS is thrilled to begin using Islandora to manage and present our assets.  Our attendance at Islandora Camp will help us develop the technical […]MORE

DPS Presents on Inti at Conference

Posted by: on June 10, 2013   |Comment (1)|Scholarly Communication

On May 31, 2013 Mark Caprio, Christiane Marie Landry, and Marc Mestre presented Publishing Inti: a Suite of Services Case Study at the first annual Querying the Library: Digitization and Its Impact conference at Rhode Island College.

For more on Inti be sure to check out the Inti web site and the Inti Archive.

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Other presentations at the conference covered: converting EPUBS to PDFS, open access and the institutional repository, the role of the conservator in the digitization program at BC, building digital libraries, using technology to promote active learning, and more.  It was a fruitful and interesting day and we hope to be involved again next year.

On May 31, 2013 Mark Caprio, Christiane Marie Landry, and Marc Mestre presented Publishing Inti: a Suite of Services Case Study at the first annual Querying the Library: Digitization and Its Impact conference at Rhode Island College. For more on Inti be sure to check out the Inti web site and the Inti Archive. Other […]MORE