The accessibility plugin is designed to make ResourceSpace easier to use for those with limited vision by increasing the size and boldness of key text and icons throughout the interface.
Plugins extend the base functionality by adding new features and integrations with third party software and systems
Automatically performs certain actions based on resource metadata, for example, archiving a resource when an expiry date is reached.
Allows you to export files from ResourceSpace directly into Adobe InDesign and Photoshop.
Extends the built in fixed review/live/archive workflow - the flow can be configured to model a wide variety of processes by adding workflow states and actions to link them.
This allows ResourceSpace to check every file uploaded for any known virus.
Allows annotations to be added to a resource and connected to part of the resource preview.
Allows managed resource requests to be automatically assigned to a specific user for approval, based on a metadata field value mapping.
Allows users to be automatically authenticated based on a specified IP pattern.
Allows ResourceSpace to receive resources as file attachments sent from a defined set of users to a designated IMAP email account.
Makes download terms required for downloading certain resources only based on their metadata.
Adds a header to prompt users to accept cookies before login.
Allows you to create resources by uploading a CSV file.
Allows administrators to create user accounts in bulk based on information stored in a CSV file.
Allows creation and registration of DOIs.
Attaches a discount facility for prospective purchasers of resources.
Allows you to embed document resource previews on remote sites using a short HTML script.
Allows you to embed collection slideshows on remote sites using a short HTML script.
Allows embedding video on remote sites using a short HTML script.
Allows users to publish resources as templates in Falcon.io.
Adds a general user feedback function to the header for all users.
Allows you to publish selected resources from selected collections to a Flickr account.
Allows you to choose different formats when downloading files which are generated on the fly.
Uses Google Analytics to track users' website activity.
Gives the ability to log in to ResourceSpace using Google accounts.
Sends your images to Google's Cloud Vision API on upload, and sets appropriate metadata based on what has been recognised in the image.
Displays previews of 3D images using the Google VR View browser API.
Allows administrators to permit a user, or user group, edit access to the metadata of a resource they would not normally have permission to edit.
Provides the ability to search external image banks for photos without navigating manually to their system.
Enables upload of multiple image files as a single zipped resource, with video preview and download.
Allows the contents of a selected metadata field to be included as a caption when a resource is downloaded.
Enables creation of cropped and scaled images.
Allows resource metadata to be extracted from EMu database.
Adds the capability to manage resource licensing via the resource view page.
Automatically applies a user definable timestamp and daily upload number to each resource contributed by every user.
Provides integration with the MuseumPlus Museum Management system.
Adds a news segment to the homepage allowing updates to be posted to the website, giving important information to users.
Allows PDF files to be split to multiple pages.
Allows users who cannot edit a resource to propose changes to its metadata.
Adds an additional filter bar above the search results to allow further filtering within the result set.
Extends the home page welcome text area to display various help links for using ResourceSpace.
Integrates the familiar Chat Bot functionality from the main ResourceSpace website with your ResourceSpace installation to provide on-hand assistance for your users.
Allows you to embed resource files from ResourceSpace in your WordPress posts.
Allows users to keep a log of how a resource has been used, along with the usage medium.
Allows different ResourceSpace systems to connect to each other to allow searching between installations.
Enables the authenticated generation of RSS feeds of new content, including configurable fields.
Allows users to receive notifications when the results to a specified search changes.
Displays collection results in a dash tile style.
Blurs images marked as sensitive with the user able to click to de-blur.
Allows users to log on to ResourceSpace using the same credentials that they use to log on to computers on your organisations network.
Allows users to log on to ResourceSpace using a SAML compliant single sign-on (SSO) Identity Provider (IdP).
Allows resource metadata to be extracted from a TMS Collections Management database.
Shows the history of the metadata of a resource by breaking it down by field.
Makes it possible to revert both individual and batch edits from the resource log page.
Allows a user to add a poster and ending graphics to a video resource in ResourceSpace.
Allows users to merge video resources within ResourceSpace to create a new file and to cut segments of a video to be saved as an alternative file.
Allows users to create custom video files in alternative formats/codecs.
Allows publishing of video resources to a configured Vimeo account.
Hooks in to the resource View page to embed a Vimeo video.
Allows users to log on to ResourceSpace using their Windows credentials on a compatible web server with Windows Integrated Authentication enabled.
Allows users to log on to ResourceSpace using Wordpress single sign-on (SSO) Identity Provider (IdP).
Allows publishing of video resources to a configured YouTube account.
The 'YT2RS' plugin hooks into the resource view page to embed a YouTube video.