LUNA 7.5 introduces Collection Sharing and Collection Categories.
Collection Sharing enables public collections from outside sources to be viewed in any LUNA instance. This feature is ideal for institutions looking to grow their digital visual resource offerings quickly and easily. Read more about Sharing Collections in LUNA.
Collection Categorization helps organize the list of collections on the Viewer’s landing page into categories and sub categories, whether they are your own or coming from a different source. Read more about creating Categories in LUNA.
Collection Selection Views
The landing page in the Viewer displays all collections a user has access to in a list form. In LUNA 7.5+ there are two different list views, the Full Collection List and the Categorized Collection List.
Full Collection List
This is the default list view a user will see on the landing page of the Viewer. Collections are grouped into your own native collections at the top and shared collections (if applicable) below that. Above the list of native collections is the ALL COLLECTIONS view, allowing the user to browse all collections at once. The Full Collection list will display all collections that a user has access to.
The user also has the option at the very top to View the Collection Categories List.
Categorized Collection List
When a user switches to the Categorized Collection View, they will see a list of categories. Clicking on one of the categories will expose a list of all collections that have been assigned to that category as well as any subcategories that have been created within the main category. From here, a user can select a single collection from the exposed category or they can select all collections within a category or sub category.
The user also has the option at the very top to View the Full Collection List.