BitCurator Consortium

The BitCurator Consortium is an independent, community-led membership association that serves as the host and center of administrative, user and community support for the BitCurator environment. It is a continuation of the BitCurator Project (2011-2014) funded by the Mellon Foundation and led by the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH).

The BitCurator environment is a set of open-source tools adapted from the digital forensics industry for libraries, archives, and museum use. The tools extract digital objects, create metadata, ensure integrity, and identify sensitive data, providing libraries, archives, and museums with information to make appropriate processing decisions. The BitCurator environment is freely distributed under an open-source license. It can be installed as a Linux environment; run as a virtual machine on top of most contemporary operating systems; or run as individual software tools, packages, support scripts, and documentation.

https://www.bitcuratorconsortium.org/

Islandora

Islandora is an open-source software framework designed to help institutions and organizations and their audiences collaboratively manage, and discover digital assets using a best-practices framework.  Islandora was originally developed by the University of Prince Edward Island’s Robertson Library, but is now implemented and contributed to by an ever-growing international community.

Built on a base of Drupal, Fedora, and Solr, Islandora releases solution packs which empower users to work with data types (such as image, video, and pdf) and knowledge domains (such as Chemistry and the Digital Humanities). Solution packs also often provide integration with additional viewers, editors, and data processing applications.

Islandora operates under a GNU.

https://islandora.ca/

ISIDORE

ISIDORE is a search engine providing access to digital data from the Humanities and Social Sciences (SSH). Open to all and in particular to teachers, researchers, PhD students and students, it is based on the principles of Linked Data and provides open access to data.
ISIDORE also has a toolkit (ISIDORE on demand) that can be used on request to enrich, categorize and annotate research data using scientific repositories.

ISIDORE is a project of the Very Large Research Infrastructure Huma-Num (CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, Campus Condorcet).

https://isidore.science