Digital Repositories (or Digital Libraries)
A digital repository is a mechanism for managing and storing digital content. Putting content into a repository enables institutions and their staff to manage and preserve it, and people to visit it in an organized, searchable way and therefore derive maximum value from it. A repository can support leisure, research, learning, or administrative processes.
Most repositories use open standards to ensure that their content is accessible in that it can be searched and retrieved for later use. The use of these agreed international standards allows mechanisms to be set up which import, export, identify, store and retrieve the digital content within the repository.
Digital repositories may include a wide range of content for a variety of purposes and users. Typically content can be any type of computer file that represents books, newspapers, photographic material, 3d objects, journal articles or research data, theses, learning objects and teaching materials.
Realiscape Typorama can provide its clients solutions based on open source, open standards repositories using a variety of world-leading wide-adopted platforms with customized features, interoperability, usability and interface design ―both user and management side.
Our services include institutions consulting, data analysis, installation, configuration, customization, integration with other systems, data migration from other platforms and system users and administrators training.