This site is out of date as far as the information, but it nevertheless
could serve as a template for the kinds of features/requirements you may
want to look for -- supported file types, metadata formats,
harvesting/interoperability, import/export, etc. etc.
My institution used it when comparing IR systems a few years ago.
Director of Digital Initiatives
Princeton Theological Seminary Library
On 6/7/17, 11:34 AM, "Code for Libraries on behalf of Paige Walker"
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>Dear collective wisdom,
>The Digital Library Program at Boston College is investigating new special
>collections repositories as we plan to replace our current one (Digitool)
>in the next year. The last time we surveyed the field, we were looking
>primarily at proprietary platforms, which was reflected in our functional
>To those who have considered open-source models, Iım wondering how this
>reflected in your functional requirements?
>Thanks in advance,
>PS: Sorry for cross-posting!
>Digital Collections & Preservation Librarian
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