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Hello Islandora:
Building a Digital Repository
Part One: Panel Discussion
New York Academy of Medicine (The Academy)
Novem...
Introductions
Erin Tripp, discoverygarden inc.
Librarian and business development
manager at discoverygarden. Erin has
man...
Agenda
Islandora Overview
Introducing our Panelists
Panelist Project Overviews
Panel Discussion - Questions
Top Takeaways
The
Technology Islandora
The Technology
Presentation & Collaboration
Drupal is the leading open source
content management system with
over 30,000 u...
The Technology
Search & Discovery
Solr powers some of the most
heavily-trafficked websites and
applications in the world.
...
The Technology
Storage & Preservation
Fedora Commons is purpose built
for data preservation and long-term
data accessibili...
Islandora
Open Source Digital Repository
Framework
Organizations can create
robust digital repository
systems tailored to ...
Now, for introductions...
Introducing Martha Tenney
Martha Tenney, Barnard College
Martha is the Associate Director of the
Barnard Archives and Spec...
Barnard College
Barnard
A liberal arts college for women.
Affiliated with Columbia
University.
Our collection includes over 125+
years of ...
Solr Collections
Curated Collections Pages for
Islandora content.
Introducing Chris Stanton
Chris Stanton, METRO
Chris is the Digital Projects and Metadata
Librarian at the Metropolitan Ne...
Metropolitan New York Library Council
Range of
Content
Partners include a variety of
institutions throughout New York
and Westchester County
Digitization and Support
Introducing Henry Raine
Henry Raine, NYHS
Henry Raine is the Director of Digital
Projects and Library Technical Services a...
New York Historical Society - Project Objectives
Project
Objectives
Build a flexible, customizable
digital repository for the entire
institution, not just the library
Allo...
Content
Migration
102,773 images total
Migrated primarily historical
manuscripts and photographs
CONTENTdm collections (Du...
New York Historical Society - Next Steps
Introducing Robin Naughton
Robin Naughton, PhD, The Academy
Robin Naughton, PhD is Head of Digital for
the New York Academ...
The New York Academy of Medicine
Building Digital
Collections
Digitizing and Migrating
Helfand Pharmaceutical Trade
Card Collection
Building Digital
Collections
Internet Archive Book Viewer
Rare and Historical Books
Q&A
Panel
Discussion
Question 1
Getting started
Henry,
Tell us about the decision to move
forward with a new digital
repository.
Why did you go...
Question 2
Impact
Robin,
Tell us about your experience
moving to an Open Source software.
What were the surprises,
challen...
Question 3
Community
Martha,
Open Source has a lot to do with
community. Tell us about your
interactions with the Islandor...
Question 4
Customization
Chris & Martha,
Tell us about your decision to
customize Islandora.
What were the considerations/...
Question 5
Data modelling
Henry,
Tell us about the migration process.
What should one take into
consideration before start...
Question 6
Impact
Chris,
Tell us about the impacts of
harvesting your repositories.
How has it impacted contributors
and u...
Question 7
Impact
Martha,
The Barnard College repository has
been in production longer than the
others. Tell us about the ...
Question 8
The Future
Panelists,
Tell us where you’ll go next with
your repositories.
What are your plans and your goals?
Curious?
Open to the Floor for
Questions
Top Takeaways
Group Discussion
● What have been the easy
parts?
● What have been the most
difficult tasks?
● What resource...
Thanks for coming!
Contact me at: erin@discoverygarden.ca
Lunch Break
60 minutes
Hello Islandora:
Building a Digital Repository
Part Two: Workshop
New York Academy of Medicine (The Academy)
November 30, ...
Welcome!
Agenda
• Islandora Overview
• Solution Packs & cModels
• Ingest Methods
• Configuring Search Tool
• Applying Rest...
Islandora is used by
some of the most
prestigious
organizations
in the world...
Islandora
Open Source Digital Repository
Framework
Organizations can create
robust digital repository
systems tailored to ...
discoverygarden
Removing Barriers to
Using Open Source
• Service Provider
• Launched in 2010
• 92% of Islandora code is wr...
Case Studies RDM, Archives, IRs
Case Study
University of Prince Edward
Island
Research Data Management
Repository to manage the entire
lifecycle of resear...
Case Study
National Baseball Hall of Fame
and Museum
Special Collections
DAMS with 3,500,000+ Objects
Large-scale architec...
Case Study
Boston College
Institutional Repository
Using Islandora as an Institutional
Repository. Launched in 2015. Proje...
The
Technology Drupal + Solr + Fedora
Ingest Methods
Creating, Reading, Updating and
Deleting Content
Content Models act as a template
for adding digital assets...
Ingest Methods
Over the Web or on
the Command Line
Individual ingest available over
the web
2 GB file limit
Batch Ingest m...
British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsIngest Methods
Discovery
Settings
Search Results,
Facets,
Advanced Search,
Record Display
and more
Basic/ keyword search out of the
box
E...
British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsDiscovery Settings
Access Controls
Applying
Embargoes or Restrictions
on Repository Content
Islandora supports three methods
for applying emb...
British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsAccess Controls
Harvesting
Increasing Access to your
Collections
Data Providers are repositories
that expose structured
metadata via OAI-P...
British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsHarvesting
Vocabulary
Request/ Verb/ Service
The action that the service provider (harvester) is requesting from the data
provider (r...
Vocabulary… continued
Identify
This request used to retrieve information about a repository. Some of the
information retur...
Vocabulary… continued
ListRecords
This request is used to harvest records from a repository. Optional
arguments permit sel...
Resources
Want to Learn More
About Islandora?
Islandora Online Discussion
Forums
https://groups.google.com/foru
m/#!forum/...
Questions?
Contact us at: info@discoverygarden.ca
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Hosted at The New York Academy of Medicine on November 30, 2016.

Morning Session: Developing Islandora Digital Collections (Panel)
This panel discussion will explore multiple uses and implementations of Islandora, an open source digital repository framework. Panelists will describe their digital projects, how Islandora was utilized and their overall experience.

Afternoon Session: Islandora Demonstration (Hands-on)
Islandora is an OAIS adherent and open source digital repository framework. It combines the Drupal CMS and Fedora Commons repository software, together with additional open source applications, the framework delivers a wide range of functionality out of the box.

This Islandora demonstration will provide users with an overview of how to ingest content, configure the discovery layer and restrict access to content.

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Hello islandora building a digital repository nov 30, 2016 v6

  1. 1. Hello Islandora: Building a Digital Repository Part One: Panel Discussion New York Academy of Medicine (The Academy) November 30, 2016
  2. 2. Introductions Erin Tripp, discoverygarden inc. Librarian and business development manager at discoverygarden. Erin has managed more than 40 digital repository projects. ❏ Currently enthralled with on the research data management applications of Islandora ❏ Particular interest in accommodating funder requirements and large datasets in obscure file formats ❏ Participating in the JISC Research Data Management Shared Service Framework and collaborating on the University of JISC testing instance of Islandora
  3. 3. Agenda Islandora Overview Introducing our Panelists Panelist Project Overviews Panel Discussion - Questions Top Takeaways
  4. 4. The Technology Islandora
  5. 5. The Technology Presentation & Collaboration Drupal is the leading open source content management system with over 30,000 user contributed modules from almost 100,000 active community members. Drupal serves as the presentation and collaboration layer in Islandora. Islandora is a set of Drupal modules which allow users to manage and preserve digital assets.
  6. 6. The Technology Search & Discovery Solr powers some of the most heavily-trafficked websites and applications in the world. Key features include: Full-text search Search faceting & filtering Highly scalable/Fault tolerant Near real-time indexing
  7. 7. The Technology Storage & Preservation Fedora Commons is purpose built for data preservation and long-term data accessibility. Key features include: Auditing & Fixity checks RDF Support Scales to millions of objects Support for virtually any filetype Files are readily accessible (no lock-in)
  8. 8. Islandora Open Source Digital Repository Framework Organizations can create robust digital repository systems tailored to their specific needs and grow the system to handle virtually limitless amounts of data.
  9. 9. Now, for introductions...
  10. 10. Introducing Martha Tenney Martha Tenney, Barnard College Martha is the Associate Director of the Barnard Archives and Special Collections and oversees digital archives projects. ❏ She manages selection and digitization of archival materials, works on metadata and design for the digital collections, and collaborates with Ben Rosner on development and functionality for the digital collections site. ❏ She holds a Master's in Information Science with a concentration in Digital Archives, and her undergraduate degree is in Sociology. ❏ Martha’s research interests include online communities and Web archiving, artists' archives, and human rights archives.
  11. 11. Barnard College
  12. 12. Barnard A liberal arts college for women. Affiliated with Columbia University. Our collection includes over 125+ years of Barnard’s incredible history. About 70k individual archival objects representing: Yearbooks, Oral Histories, Manuscripts, Photographs, Special Collections and Projects. Involved in the community.
  13. 13. Solr Collections Curated Collections Pages for Islandora content.
  14. 14. Introducing Chris Stanton Chris Stanton, METRO Chris is the Digital Projects and Metadata Librarian at the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), where he works on METRO's hosted digital collection service, Digital Culture of Metropolitan New York (dcmny.org). ❏ Chris is primarily responsible for all aspects of metadata creation and editing as well as facilitating the ingest of partner content into the repository. ❏ At METRO, Chris also facilitates the harvesting and ingestion of metadata records from libraries, archives and cultural heritage institutions throughout New York State into the Empire State Digital Network (ESDN) repository for contribution to the Digital Public Library of America.
  15. 15. Metropolitan New York Library Council
  16. 16. Range of Content Partners include a variety of institutions throughout New York and Westchester County
  17. 17. Digitization and Support
  18. 18. Introducing Henry Raine Henry Raine, NYHS Henry Raine is the Director of Digital Projects and Library Technical Services at the New-York Historical Society, where he has worked since 1997 managing large- scale cataloging, archival processing, and digitization projects. ❏ He recently oversaw the migration of the library’s digital collections to Islandora and the development of the N-YHS Islandora site. ❏ Prior to working at the N-YHS, he held positions at the Folger Shakespeare Library, the National Library of New Zealand, and the Library of Congress. ❏ Active in several professional organizations, he was Chair of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries in 2010-2011 and served on the Board of Directors of the Ephemera Society of America from 2010 to 2015.
  19. 19. New York Historical Society - Project Objectives
  20. 20. Project Objectives Build a flexible, customizable digital repository for the entire institution, not just the library Allow institutional branding Realize the long-term goal of searching across library and museum collections Wean from proprietary software and become part of a open- source community
  21. 21. Content Migration 102,773 images total Migrated primarily historical manuscripts and photographs CONTENTdm collections (Dublin Core metadata) Legacy Collections (MARC metadata)
  22. 22. New York Historical Society - Next Steps
  23. 23. Introducing Robin Naughton Robin Naughton, PhD, The Academy Robin Naughton, PhD is Head of Digital for the New York Academy of Medicine Library. She manages the digital program for the library, including digitization efforts and library systems. ❏ Since starting in June 2015, she has worked on migrating the Library’s digital collections to Islandora and is in the early phases of development. ❏ Prior to joining the Academy, Dr. Naughton was a Digital Consultant in educational technology and has worked with LearningExpress, an EBSCO company, Oxford University Press, English Language Teaching, and Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions. ❏ She has managed digital library migrations, interactive educational products (web & mobile) created for public and state libraries, the transition of print to eBooks, and eLearning courses.
  24. 24. The New York Academy of Medicine
  25. 25. Building Digital Collections Digitizing and Migrating Helfand Pharmaceutical Trade Card Collection
  26. 26. Building Digital Collections Internet Archive Book Viewer Rare and Historical Books
  27. 27. Q&A Panel Discussion
  28. 28. Question 1 Getting started Henry, Tell us about the decision to move forward with a new digital repository. Why did you go ahead with it? What were the main factors in your decision?
  29. 29. Question 2 Impact Robin, Tell us about your experience moving to an Open Source software. What were the surprises, challenges/ successes?
  30. 30. Question 3 Community Martha, Open Source has a lot to do with community. Tell us about your interactions with the Islandora Community. What resources were most valuable?
  31. 31. Question 4 Customization Chris & Martha, Tell us about your decision to customize Islandora. What were the considerations/ implications/ benefits?
  32. 32. Question 5 Data modelling Henry, Tell us about the migration process. What should one take into consideration before starting a migration?
  33. 33. Question 6 Impact Chris, Tell us about the impacts of harvesting your repositories. How has it impacted contributors and users?
  34. 34. Question 7 Impact Martha, The Barnard College repository has been in production longer than the others. Tell us about the impacts of your repository project overall. Have there been engagement, research or other benefits?
  35. 35. Question 8 The Future Panelists, Tell us where you’ll go next with your repositories. What are your plans and your goals?
  36. 36. Curious? Open to the Floor for Questions
  37. 37. Top Takeaways Group Discussion ● What have been the easy parts? ● What have been the most difficult tasks? ● What resources did you need or find helpful? ● What was your AH HA! moment?
  38. 38. Thanks for coming! Contact me at: erin@discoverygarden.ca
  39. 39. Lunch Break 60 minutes
  40. 40. Hello Islandora: Building a Digital Repository Part Two: Workshop New York Academy of Medicine (The Academy) November 30, 2016
  41. 41. Welcome! Agenda • Islandora Overview • Solution Packs & cModels • Ingest Methods • Configuring Search Tool • Applying Restrictions • Harvesting via OAI-PMH
  42. 42. Islandora is used by some of the most prestigious organizations in the world...
  43. 43. Islandora Open Source Digital Repository Framework Organizations can create robust digital repository systems tailored to their specific needs and grow the system to handle virtually limitless amounts of data.
  44. 44. discoverygarden Removing Barriers to Using Open Source • Service Provider • Launched in 2010 • 92% of Islandora code is written by discoverygarden on behalf of customers • Uses Drupal Coding Standards, Scrum Process, QA (Selenium, Travis CI)
  45. 45. Case Studies RDM, Archives, IRs
  46. 46. Case Study University of Prince Edward Island Research Data Management Repository to manage the entire lifecycle of research data. Project features: Drupal data management planning tools An open source dropbox-like utility for “working” data called Pydio Workflow states for Public, Embargoed, or Archive content Minting DataCite DOIs for any published materials https://data.upei.ca/
  47. 47. Case Study National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Special Collections DAMS with 3,500,000+ Objects Large-scale architecture Preservation Strategy Integration of Library Cataloging Functions Museum Functions Workflow Development Migration and Consolidation Integration with Existing Portals and Apps Training & Knowledge Transfer
  48. 48. Case Study Boston College Institutional Repository Using Islandora as an Institutional Repository. Launched in 2015. Project features: Focused on copyright management and embargo Representing metadata in MODS and embedded ETD-MS Preserving and exposing assets related to scholarly publications - research data http://dlib.bc.edu/
  49. 49. The Technology Drupal + Solr + Fedora
  50. 50. Ingest Methods Creating, Reading, Updating and Deleting Content Content Models act as a template for adding digital assets to the repository E.g. Defines content model, workflow, metadata entry forms, derivative generation, viewer, display, etc. Solution Packs are modules that apply content models and manage CRUD operations Create, Read, Update, Delete
  51. 51. Ingest Methods Over the Web or on the Command Line Individual ingest available over the web 2 GB file limit Batch Ingest modules over the web Zip File Importer Four Batch Citation Uploaders 2 GB file limit Scripted ingests on the Command line for large files or large batches
  52. 52. British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsIngest Methods
  53. 53. Discovery Settings Search Results, Facets, Advanced Search, Record Display and more Basic/ keyword search out of the box Easy to configure modules for collection search, advanced search, facets, sort, and custom record display External discovery modules for being indexed by Google, Google Scholar, WorldCat, Summon and more!
  54. 54. British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsDiscovery Settings
  55. 55. Access Controls Applying Embargoes or Restrictions on Repository Content Islandora supports three methods for applying embargoes: • Active/ Inactive State • XACML Security Policy Editor • Scholar Embargo /IP Embargo
  56. 56. British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsAccess Controls
  57. 57. Harvesting Increasing Access to your Collections Data Providers are repositories that expose structured metadata via OAI-PMH = Repository Service Providers then make OAI- PMH service requests to harvest that metadata = Harvester
  58. 58. British Columbia Electronic Library Network (BC ELN)Ingest MethodsHarvesting
  59. 59. Vocabulary Request/ Verb/ Service The action that the service provider (harvester) is requesting from the data provider (repository) Response Size The maximum number of records to issue per response Resumption Token When a request returns records greater than the response size a resumptionToken is issued such that the service provider can resume harvesting from where it left off
  60. 60. Vocabulary… continued Identify This request used to retrieve information about a repository. Some of the information returned is required as part of the OAI-PMH. Example: YourSite/oai2?verb=Identify ListMetadataFormats This request is used to retrieve the metadata formats available from a repository. Example: YourSite/oai2?verb=ListMetadataFormats
  61. 61. Vocabulary… continued ListRecords This request is used to harvest records from a repository. Optional arguments permit selective harvesting of records based on set membership and/or datestamp. Example: YourSite/oai2?verb=ListRecords&metadataPrefix=oai_dc ListSets This request is used to retrieve the set structure of a repository, useful for selective harvesting. Specific Collection Example: YourSite/oai2?verb=ListRecords&metadataPrefix=oai_dc&set=ir_citationColl ection
  62. 62. Resources Want to Learn More About Islandora? Islandora Online Discussion Forums https://groups.google.com/foru m/#!forum/islandora Islandora Documentation https://wiki.duraspace.org/displ ay/ISLANDORA715/Start discoverygarden Case Studies http://www.discoverygarden.ca/ case-studies/
  63. 63. Questions? Contact us at: info@discoverygarden.ca

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