Without our partners, CoSector wouldn't be where it is today. Together, we achieve more by pushing boundaries and challenging the industries we work in.


Our partners

 

Arkivum

Our Arkivum partnership allows us to offer an integrated, long term digital preservation solution to the academic, heritage and special collections.

 
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Blackboard

Blackboard is a leading education technology company for teaching, learning and student engagement. Our mission is to partner with the global education community to enable learner and institutional success, leveraging innovative technologies and services. With an unmatched understanding of the world of the learner, the most comprehensive student-success solutions, and the greatest capacity for innovation, Blackboard is education's partner in change.

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THE DIGITAL PRESERVATION COALITION

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) exists to secure our digital legacy. The Coalition enables members to deliver resilient long-term access to digital content and services, helping them to derive enduring value from digital assets and raising awareness of the strategic, cultural and technological challenges they face. These aims are achieved through advocacy, community engagement, workforce development, capacity-building, good practice and good governance.

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EPrints

Based on the highly-acclaimed EPrints open source repository software. We provide and maintain all the repository infrastructure, allowing Repository Managers to concentrate on managing their content. Learn more about our research technology services here.

 
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SAMVERA IS COMMUNITY SOURCED SOFTWARE
Samvera is not just a repository software solution.

The project was conceived because we believe that no single system can provide the full range of repository-based solutions for a given institution’s needs and that no single institution can resource the development of a full range of solutions on its own.  From the outset, Samvera (originally called Hydra) set out to build a community to support and sustain its software.

The Samvera Community benefits from the breadth and depth of knowledge that its adopters bring and, in particular, from the contributions of its formal Partners who contribute greatly to its long term viability.