TIND.io Institutional Repository

https://tind.io, https://info.tind.io/IR, Facebook, Twitter Reviewed by Nicolette Lodico, Global Information and KM, Ford Foundation [PDF Full Text] TIND.io is an official spin-off of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. CERN is one of the world’s largest centers for scientific research. It’s also where, in March 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote his first proposal for … Continue reading TIND.io Institutional Repository

Preservica

https://preservica.com/ Interview by Rose Buchanan and Stephanie Luke, SAA Reviews Editors [PDF Full Text] Digital archivists and their institutions have a challenging mandate: to preserve and provide access to digitized and born-digital content now and in the future. What software should archivists trust to support this critical work? We asked two digital archivists—Paige Monlux of … Continue reading Preservica

DSpace

https://duraspace.org/dspace/  Reviewed by Diana Dulek, Metadata Specialist at the University of Houston Libraries, MLS student at Texas Woman’s University [PDF Full Text] DSpace is available as free, open-source software which describes itself as “the software of choice for academic, non-profit, and commercial organizations building open digital repositories.”[1] DSpace began as a collaboration between Hewlett-Packard Company … Continue reading DSpace

ArchivesSpace

Originally posted on 2015-06-10 Reviewed by Chad Conrady, CA Archivist at the Minnesota Military Museum [PDF Full Text] When I was hired as the Minnesota Military Museum’s first professional archivist, I needed to provide better access to records as they were processed. The museum became an ArchivesSpace member in November 2013, and I started using … Continue reading ArchivesSpace