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Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform
Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform
Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform
Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform
Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform
Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform
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Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform

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  • September 11 – acquisitioned by LOC in 2003 as its first major digital collection
  • LAMPJust moved from SVN to GithubOver 30 plugins with more coming
  • (Scholars Lab, Uva: Neatline usesOmeka, OpenLayers, and Simile Timeline to allow scholars to model the intellectual content of EAD-described collections in time and space. (NEH and the LoCCenter for Public History and Digital Humanities @ Cleveland State University: Cleveland Historical uses Omeka to create geolocated tours of historical content about Cleveland. Packaged both as iPhone and Android apps. Scripto: NEH and NHPRC
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    • 1. Omeka: from Digital Exhibits to Web Publishing Platform<br />Sharon M. Leon<br />@sleonchnm<br />sharonmleon@gmail.com<br />NDIIPP/NDSA Partners Meeting<br />July 20, 2011<br />
    • 2. Collecting Born Digital History<br />
    • 3. Collaboration<br />
    • 4.
    • 5. Core Values<br />Open Source and Open Access<br />Community Counts: Documentation, Developer Lists, IRC, Responsive Forums<br />Metadata Standards: Dublin Core Metadata <br />Interoperability and Reuse: XML, JSON, OAI, RSS, ATOM, COinS<br />Extensibility: Intelligible Plugin Architecture<br />
    • 6. Web Publishing Platform<br />
    • 7. Omeka has received generous support from IMLS, NEH, the Sloan Foundation, the Kress Foundation, and the Library of Congress.<br />Sharon M. Leon<br />@sleonchnm<br />sharonmleon@gmail.com<br />NDIIPP/NDSA Partners Meeting<br />July 20, 2011<br />

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