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CollectiveAccess is comprised of two main components: Providence and Pawtucket2.

Providence is the core cataloguing application of CollectiveAccess, also know as the "back-end," where data, media and metadata is input, edited and managed. Pawtucket2 is the optional public web-access or "front-end" tool for publication and discovery. If you are starting out with CollectiveAccess, your first download should be Providence, either from this page or directly from our GitHub repository.

 

Providence — core cataloguing application
Current Version: 1.7
Installation instructions and release notes can be found on the documentation wiki.
You can access the latest Providence development code on GitHub at http://github.com/collectiveaccess/providence.
Pawtucket2 — public web-access application
Current Version: 1.7
Installation instructions, and release notes can be found on the project wiki.
You can access the latest Pawtucket2 development code on GitHub at http://github.com/collectiveaccess/pawtucket2.

 

Hosting is now available

Whirl-i-Gig offers cloud-hosting packages for CollectiveAccess projects of all sizes. Hosting with Whirl-i-Gig is a simple solution for users who don’t have in-house server administration or technical support for third-party server management.

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