Qulto Repo is a publishing repository based on the open source DSpace 7 software, which has gained popularity in recent years, especially among public education and public collections institutions. Its popularity has been mainly due to its relative ease of use, customisability and operability.
Repository implementations aim at providing a repository for uploaded media (text documents, images, videos, audio files – mainly non-proprietary content). The service platform is usually the open access catalogue of the public collection (OPAC3). If required, some repositories can be used independently (e.g. DSpace, EPrints), as well. With this module, your institution can manage its digital content with ease. All content can be associated with standard descriptive elements that facilitate searchability and ensure interoperability between different systems. Our solution also supports full-text indexing and search to ensure maximum accessibility and searchability.
In addition to the basic DSpace digital object repository functionality, Qulto Repo has add-ons such as media playback implemented by Qulto developers, record cloning and movement between collections, and Qulto Annotate for group annotation and tagging of PDF documents.
- hierarchical management of collections
- hierarchical record management
- multi-level authority management
- creation of custom forms
- OAI-PMH output and REST API
- media upload, and storage
- serving uploaded content to public catalogs
- display metadata from catalogs