7 April 2017 11.30am — 1.30pm
Centre for Digital Scholarship, Weston Library (Map)
Emma Stanford, Digital Research, Bodleian Libraries
Emma Stanford firstname.lastname@example.org
In this workshop offered jointly by Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services and the Centre for Digital Scholarship, you'll learn how to make the most of the digitized resources at the Bodleian, the BnF, the Vatican Library and a host of other institutions, using software tools built around the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF). After a brief introduction to the main concepts of IIIF, you'll learn how to use Mirador and the Digital Manuscripts Toolkit to gather images from different institutions into a single viewer; rearrange, remix and enhance image sequences and add new descriptive metadata; add transcriptions and annotations to digitized images; and embed zoomable images or whole manuscripts into your own website or blog. You'll leave with your own virtual workspace, stocked with the images you're using.
This event is open to all. No technological or scholarly expertise is necessary. The workshop will be most useful if you already have a few digitized books or manuscripts in mind that you'd like to work with, but if you don't, we can help you find some. In addition to manuscripts, the tools can be applied to digitized printed books, maps, paintings and ephemera.
To participate in the workshop, you will need your own laptop, with internet access via eduroam or the Bodleian Libraries network.
This event is free but places are limited so please complete our booking form to reserve tickets in advance.Workshops; Free events