Oslo, Norway – October 20, 2023. TIND is pleased to announce the launch of Author Profiles as the highlight of the 1.19 release. Author Profiles showcases the works of local authors in a dedicated author page and elevates the institutional repository's visibility with customizable branding. Authors create and manage their own profiles, supported, if needed, by local administration. The result is a uniform and easily navigable directory of local scholars. Author Profiles blends seamlessly into TIND’s submission dashboard workflow, providing a comprehensive tool for managing institutional content from submission to discovery.
Rome, Italy and Oslo, Norway – October 6, 2023. TIND is happy to announce the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has officially launched TIND IR, building on their existing TIND ILS platform. WFP`s move from Virtua ILS to TIND represents not only a change of systems but a leap forward in efficiency, accessibility, and ease of use for both staff and end-users. TIND IR and ILS within the same platform marks a pivotal moment in the advancement of WFP’s technological infrastructure, providing essential discovery and management tools for their print and digital footprint.
Geneva, Switzerland and Oslo, Norway – August 18, 2023. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN Human Rights) has gone live on TIND IR. This collaboration aims to create a worldwide database of academic publications, UN documents, reports, and other resources on the impact of unilateral sanctions on human rights. The repository leverages TIND IR's comprehensive feature set and user-friendly interface to ensure this vital collection is widely discoverable.
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.
Geneva, Switzerland and Oslo, Norway – June 10, 2023. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN Human Rights) has selected TIND IR. The repository platform is implemented by the Special Rapporteur on unilateral coercive measures to serve as a global resource for data collection and research. TIND IRs comprehensive feature set and user-friendly interface will ensure wide discoverability of the repository's extensive collection, allowing users to seamlessly submit and access relevant research.
Evansville, IN, and Oslo, Norway – April 14, 2023. The University of Southern Indiana (USI) is now live on the TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and has fully integrated TIND IR with its existing TIND ILS install. Running both products in a single platform, USI has improved the discoverability of IR content for library users via catalog and discovery layer searches and established meaningful links between related IR and ILS records.
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.
Evansville, IN, and Oslo, Norway – December 16, 2022. The University of Southern Indiana (USI) has selected TIND IR, migrating from DSpace. USI has been running TIND ILS for two years and will integrate TIND IR into their existing ILS install. They are looking forward to streamlining access and workflows by moving both IR and ILS into a single platform. “We're excited to follow the continued development of both systems and look forward to further collaboration with TIND," says Becca Neel, Asst. Director for Resource Management & User Experience.
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.
London, UK and Oslo, Norway – March 11, 2022. The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has selected the TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). IMarEST will utilize the TIND platform to provide web-based repository access for its global membership to over 130 years published research across disciplines of marine engineering, science and technology. In addition, it will publish new content to TIND created by its membership for wider audiences and public benefit.