Our archives currently host our digital content on OCLC’s ContentDM. We have collections of images, newspapers, meeting minutes, student papers, and lots of governance PDFs. http://contentdm.exchange.viterbo.edu/cdm/
I’m familiar with the older model of Omeka, but not Omeka S. Our university is probably acquiring it to use with digital humanities projects, and they asked if I would be interested in using it in the archives. The archives’ version of ContentDM is not going to be supported soon, so we’ll have to either move to a new model or an entirely new system.
I’ve only viewed classic Omeka sites. Are there any sites using Omeka S you would commend? I visited the sandbox, but I’m interested in looking through a complete site.
I’m trying to determine if Omeka S would be appropriate for our institutional repository. It includes PDFs of papers and mp3 albums of student concerts. http://contentdm.exchange.viterbo.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/src
Are there any examples of people using Omeka S for institutional repositories? Also, we batch upload using CSV files. Are there any examples of what time of format we should use when I test in the sandbox?