Warren, OH, and Oslo, Norway – January 26, 2024. The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library (WTCPL) has joined TIND’s expanding user group of public libraries by selecting the TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). WTCPL will be migrating from Omeka. The library is looking forward to enhancing the discoverability and long-term preservation of their diverse collection of photographs, postcards, illustrations, and documents.
Los Alamitos, CA, and Oslo, Norway – September 8, 2023. TIND is pleased to announce the official launch of the digital history archive for the California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section (CIF-SS). The platform will serve as a central repository capturing over 110 years of articles, photographs, and multimedia materials documenting the history of education-based athletics in Southern California.
Chicago, IL and Oslo, Norway – August 25, 2023. The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) has selected TIND Digital Archive to transfer and host its vast digital collection of more than 40 million files. By moving to TIND DA's robust and scalable platform, CRL seeks to improve the discoverability and long-term preservation of these materials. Migrating from a locally created system, CRL highlighted TIND’s user-friendly interface and the ability to handle batch operations as key reasons for their decision.
Portland, OR, and Oslo, Norway – July 7, 2023. Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), a renowned public research university and medical center committed to research, education, and patient care, has successfully migrated from Samvera to the TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA) and TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) solutions. In selecting TIND DA and IR, OHSU continues its commitment to optimizing digital asset management workflows and enabling open access to scholarly works now in a shared platform.
Los Alamitos, CA, and Oslo, Norway – May 26, 2023. TIND DA has been selected by the California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section (CIF-SS) to convey the history of education-based athletics in Southern California. Assistant Commissioner Thom Simmons at CIF-SS said they chose TIND DA because of its user-friendly and intuitive qualities: “We wanted to know that the historical database we utilized would be both user-friendly and easily responsive to those looking to research our holdings. With TIND we can provide that synergistic ability on a seamless platform for researcher and retiree alike.”
Charlotte, MI, and Oslo, Norway– March 10, 2023. The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has successfully gone live on TIND DA, migrating more than 2,000 digital objects from a locally developed DAM solution. After selecting TIND DA due to its outstanding user experience and powerful metadata editing tools, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is excited to leverage the platform to make historical content accessible to the public, including videos, local newspapers, and historical artifacts.
Ann Arbor, MI, and Oslo, Norway– March 10, 2023. TIND Research Data Management (TIND RDM) has been selected to power SOMAR, a new data repository dedicated to making social media data accessible to researchers. TIND RDM enables SOMAR to ingest and share large files while implementing new unique metadata fields for social media data. TIND’s turnkey solution was implemented in under two months, providing social media researchers with a faster and more effective way to store and share their data.
Portland, OR, and Oslo, Norway – January 20, 2023. The Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) has selected TIND Institutional Repository and TIND Digital Archive as new repository systems. By moving both systems to a single platform, OHSU can streamline access and workflows for all their digital holdings. OHSU is migrating from Samvera.
London, UK and Oslo, Norway – November 24, 2022. The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has successfully migrated to the TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). “Working with TIND to develop our new and refreshed Library has been really simple and a very positive experience. Their dedicated staff were only too eager to help us understand the details of the project and they made sure any and all queries we had were answered carefully”, says Harry Williams, Content & Communications Executive at IMarEST.
Hawaii, US and Oslo, Norway – October 28, 2022. The TIND Digital Archive has been selected by the Kealakai Center for Pacific Strings, launching the world's first digital archives of Hawaiian music history. The ability to accommodate culturally specific metadata fields, as well as supporting a wide range of media formats, are highlighted as key factors for selecting TIND DA. The Kealakai Center for Pacific Strings is a non-profit organization dedicated to the research, restoration, and celebration, of Hawaii and the Pacific region's enduring legacy in the musical arts and luthiery.