Judith Schwartz/ Omeka Plugin Demo

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This presentation gives instructions on how to install the Omeka drop box plug and then combine a CSV file along with drop box to bulk upload many files at once.

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  • Allows you to upload a large amount of data to your Omeka installation without worrying about the file size limitations when uploading from admin items interface.
  • Judith Schwartz/ Omeka Plugin Demo

    1. 1. + Omeka Plug-in Demo: Dropbox Judith Schwartz Fall, 2011
    2. 2. + What is Dropbox?  Dropbox allows you to upload files in bulk rather then one at a time on the items page.  There are no file size limitations when using Dropbox.  Omeka doesn’t restrict file sizes: There may be file size restrictions from your hosting server as per Omeka Forums>File size limit  Dropbox plugin supports the creation of multiple items, and allows bulk creation of Tags, Collections, and Titles.  Other Dublin Core fields still need to be entered separately.
    3. 3. + Using Dropbox  Install the plugin  Go to Manage Plugins • Dropbox. • This creates a primary tab on the top of the admin panel.
    4. 4. + Using Dropbox  Click on top tab to access the Dropbox admin panel.  This is how it looks before you add files.
    5. 5. + Using Dropbox  Go to Omeka folder >plugins>Dropbox>files FTP your files to the files folder *Note: this is a mac interface
    6. 6. + • Go back to admin panel. • list of files appears. • You have the ability to select them individually or in bulk.
    7. 7. + Using Dropbox  Choose the collection you are loading files to.  Click whether it’s public or featured, add tags if generic. (all of this can be modified later) Click upload
    8. 8. + After files are uploaded, this message appears: The following files were successfully uploaded… Files appear to be alphabetical but come into Omeka backwards (z-a)
    9. 9. + Go to “Items” tab to edit items individually or batch edit, and to: - add to Dublin Core fields - designate collection - add tags - modify title names from file names. - change items to feature or public
    10. 10. + Dropbox and CSV  Dropbox loaded the 40 files easily but…  You still need to enter the metadata manually.  CSV file is more efficient if you have a larger collection.  It’s more organized because info is saved in one document.  Create CSV spreadsheet - Upload images into Dropbox files folder - CSV “file” column will designate image path to Dropbox files for example: http://Judith@wotan.liu.edu/omeka/judith/plugins/Dropbox/files/IMG_0027.JPG (hover over file in Dropbox to see the path)  Upload CSV spreadsheet to CSV plugin folder and follow CSV instructions
    11. 11. + Contact Page Info@judithstudio.com Judith Schwartz, New York http://www.linkedin.com/in/judithschwartz

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