Fedora is a flexible, extensible, open source repository platform that forms a strong  base for digital preservation, and supports Linked Data.  Fedora is used in a wide variety of institutions around the world, including libraries, museums, archives, and government organizations. Join us for a webinar on Tuesday, May 16* at 9:30am AEST (convert to your timezone) to learn more about Fedora. David Wilcox, Fedora Product Manager with DuraSpace, will provide an overview of Fedora with a focus on its native linked data capabilities. Hannah Frost, Manager, Digital Library Product and Service Management with Stanford University, will present Hyku, the Hydra-in-a-box repository product, which provides a hosted option for Fedora-based repositories.  Esmé Cowles, Digital Infrastructure Developer with Princeton University, will demonstrate how the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) can be integrated with Fedora and Hydra to manage digitized books, manuscripts, and other image-based content in a flexible and reusable way. Tom Murphy, Director of Computing and Network Services with the University of Michigan – ICPSR, will discuss going into production with Fedora 4 using a custom application framework.

Webinar Registration * Please note this webinar is open to all, however the date/time information above is based on the Eastern Australian time zone.  For those outside Eastern Australia use the time zone converter to see what day/time the webinar will take place for you.

Visit the Fedora website to learn more about Fedora, and join us in Brisbane June 26-30 at Open Repositories for in depth workshops and sessions on Fedora, Hydra, and Hyku.