The Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI) and The Partnership for Academic Library Collaboration & Innovation (PALCI) are pleased to announce the successful completion of an IMLS grant to fund the project, “Hyku for Consortia: Removing Barriers to Adoption.”

Hyku for Consortia is an affordable, open source, and collaborative institutional repository solution based on the Hyku software. Now offered as a joint service to each consortium’s member institutions,  PALCI and PALNI are currently supporting approximately 30 libraries with its multi-tenant Hyku implementation.

Funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Hyku for Consortia was developed with input from a community of users comprising the Hyku Commons. Pilot participants also included libraries from partnering consortia VIVA and LOUIS, with development support from Software Services by

Access the full press release and the toolkit which resulted from the grant-based initiative on the Hyku for Consortia website.