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Zotero to link to Hydra

A project has recently been announced which is a partnership between George Mason University (Zotero) and Penn State University, with the goal of further customizing Zotero and creating a linkage between Zotero and Hydra-based repositories.  It will add functionality to the Zotero client software to allow users to assert authorship over their own scholarship and to… Read more »

Active-Fedora 7.0.0 and Hydra-Head 7.0.0 released

We are pleased to announce major releases for the Active-Fedora and Hydra-Head gems bringing them both to version 7.0.0 The major changes in this release include a refactoring of the associations API and complete rewrite of the RDF components. Additionally this release requires Blacklight 5.3+ which brings with it a dependency on Bootstrap 3. Further, some… Read more »

Save the dates for Hydra Connect #2 in the Fall

Following on from the very successful event in San Diego earlier this year, we are delighted to announce that the second Hydra Connect meeting will take place from Tuesday 30 September to Friday 3 October, 2014.  This is in line with the requests from many attendees at Connect #1 that these meetings should be held in… Read more »

Spring 2014 Hydra Camp – Minneapolis, MN – May 6-9

DCE is pleased to announce their next Hydra Camp, to be held in Minneapolis from May 6-9, 2014.  They’re really excited to be hosting the event at Open Book, home of the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.  Since they’re hosting at home, the whole DCE team will be joining in.  They’re also looking forward to showing… Read more »

Cornell joins the Hydra Project

We are delighted to announce that Cornell University has become the Hydra Project’s 22nd partner. In their letter of intent, Anne R. Kenney, the University Librarian writes: “The Cornell University Library has a long history of commitment to collaborative approaches for meeting the needs of research libraries, as well as to openly sharing the results of… Read more »