Hyku @ PALNI
PALNI co-administers an instance of Hyku with PALCI at https://hykucommons.org/.
Information about the IMLS-funded Hyku for Consortia project can be found here: https://www.hykuforconsortia.org/
To get started: fill out the form to Request an open access publication project consultation or to Request a sandbox repository. You can also email the Publishing Services Admin Team at email@example.com or PALNI’s Institutional Repository Project Coordinator, Nicholas Stanton Roark.
Initially known as “Hydra-in-a-Box,” Hyku is a next-generation, multi-tenant, easy-to-use repository solution. Based on Hyrax, Hyku is open source and can be used for institutional repository or cultural heritage applications. In addition to archiving institutional records and scholarly content published elsewhere, Hyku can be used to publish:
- Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) and other student scholarship
- Original faculty scholarship
- Open Educational Resources (OER)
- Digital scholarship projects
- Newsletters and other serialized content
Hyku User Documentation: This guide documents how to use Hyku Commons, including getting started, workflows, metadata, and appearance.
Hyku Training Videos: This YouTube playlist covers aspects of working with Hyku Commons, such as depositing works, configuration, and user management.
Hyku Accessibility: This blog post links to a WCAG-EM Report Tool audit of Hyku 3. We are currently on version 4.1, and we are working on obtaining an updated report.