MukurtuDemo is a space for people new to Mukurtu CMS to get a close-up look at the software and to learn more about its features and functions. If this is your first visit to MukurtuDemo, please look around and explore the communities and content available. To learn more about how to set up and manage your own Mukurtu CMS site, watch the videos in our Getting Started with Mukurtu community.
The Mukurtu Team hosts workshops around the world. We use MukurtuDemo to feature some of the exceptional work being done with Mukurtu CMS during these sessions. For more information about upcoming events, visit mukurtu.org
The best place to learn more about Mukurtu CMS is at mukurtu.org. Keep up to date on new features, upcoming developments, where to find us at workshops and conferences, and how to get your own Mukurtu site.
Whether you already have a Mukurtu CMS site running, or just want to take a closer look at all that Mukurtu CMS has to offer, support.mukurtu.org has you covered. With video tutorials, illustrated documents, and more, you can troubleshoot 24/7.
Helping you to bring Mukurtu CMS to life in the classroom or in the field, Mukurtu Mobile is a powerful extension of Mukurtu CMS. Mukurtu Mobile allows you to create content on your iOS device, with or without internet access. Find out more at: mukurtumobile.org
Mukurtu CMS provides customizable cultural and sharing protocols that provide granular access parameters for your digital heritage content. Mukurtu also features an innovative set of Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels that work with traditional copyright, and Creative Commons licenses to better serve Indigenous needs.
Customizable traditional knowledge and cultural narrative fields allow for rich narratives for curating content alongside standard Dublin Core metadata fields. Built-in Roundtrip capabilities empower you to get your content into your Mukurtu CMS site and out again, and share it with others on your terms.
Mukurtu CMS is distributed through GitHub under the terms of the GNU General Public License (or "GPL"). This open development model means that people are constantly working to make sure Mukurtu CMS is a cutting-edge platform that supports the ethical stewardship of cultural heritage materials. Team Mukurtu encourages collaboration and innovation as we seek to offer respectful and responsible models for content management.
To learn more, ask questions, or just talk about Mukurtu CMS, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more, or to schedule a one-on-one meeting.
MukurtuDemo is regularly cleaned up and content is deleted. For longer-term use, testing and planning, please contact email@example.com
Accounts created for workshops will retain group membership, but will have other privileges removed (community and protocol management, digital heritage item creation). For extended access after attending a workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org