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Wednesday, October 28 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Why Hyku? A use case panel

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Key voices from the Hyku community, including the British Library, Notch8, PALCI, PALNI, and Ubiquity Press, will discuss their perspective on what makes Hyku the solution for various use cases. This will not be a list of project updates, but instead be a dialogue about what makes Hyku a versatile platform and why it was chosen for our projects. Hyku users and potential adopters will benefit from the opportunity to ask questions and come away with a greater understanding of this continually evolving repository platform.

Everyone is welcome at this presentation but it may be particularly suited to those in the following groups: administrators, managers (general), managers (repository), metadata people, newcomers

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Brian Hole

CEO, Ubiquity Press
avatar for Amanda Hurford

Amanda Hurford

Scholarly Communications Director, PALNI
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Kevin Kochanski

Client Liaison Officer, Notch8
Notch8, a Ruby on Rails consultancy based in San Diego, has been an active developer in the Samvera community since 2016.  We've been privileged to partner with PALNI and PALCI on Hyku for Consortia, helping to bring their vision for a consortial repository to fruition while contributing... Read More →
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Gretchen Gueguen

Digital Projects Manager, PALCI
avatar for Sara Gould

Sara Gould

Repository Services Lead, British Library

Wednesday October 28, 2020 11:00am - 11:30am EDT