26 January 2018 1.00pm — 4.00pm
Centre for Digital Scholarship, Weston Library (Map)
Emma Stanford | firstname.lastname@example.org | 01865 280035
Learn how to use free tools to make the most of digitized library and museum images with the International Image Interoperability Framework. Want to compare Blake etchings or make your own IIIFrankenstein? In this hands-on workshop, you'll learn:
- how to compare and manipulate digitized images using Mirador;
- how to save and share your comparison;
- what to do if the images you need aren’t available via IIIF; and
- how to remix images from different manuscripts or collections into a new sequence for research or teaching.
All welcome; no technical or research experience necessary. Please bring your own laptop if you have one. Some of the more advanced tasks will require a text editor such as Sublime Text or Notepad++, both of which can be downloaded for free.
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