DPLA Seeks Input for “Hydra in a Box” Project

Digital Public Library of America, Stanford University, and DuraSpace are partnering on the IMLS-funded “Hydra in a Box” project to develop a “feature-rich, robust, flexible digital repository that is easy to install, configure, and maintain” based on the Hydra project codebase. They’re seeking input from those who manage digtial collections and those who are interested in digital repositories.

Take the Hydra-in-a-Box Survey: https://stanforduniversity.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bvCv54xcyfb5mo5


Partnering with Georgia’s Public Libraries through Georgia HomePLACE and the DPLA’s Public Library Partnerships Program

Our director Sheila McAlister has just published a new article on the Digital Library Federation’s blog  about how the Digital Library of Georgia has partnered with Georgia’s public libraries through Georgia HomePLACE and the DPLA’s Public Library Partnerships Program. Please take a look!