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IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA:
image based scholarly collaboration and research
Researchers’ requirements
• Interoperability between image silos
• Manipulate images
• Collaborate with colleagues across ...
Yale Center for British Art
To give scholars an unprecedented level of uniform and rich access to
image-based resources ho...
IIIF APIs
• Image API
• Presentation API
• Authentication API (draft)
• Search API (draft)
• See also: W3C Web Annotation
IIIF Image API
http://iiif.io/api/image/2.1/
Provides a method for requesting from a server a whole or partial image, with...
IIIF Presentation API
• Has just enough metadata to support a client
presenting the digital cultural heritage object for t...
IIIF Presentation API
• Collection is a list of objects or collections
• Manifest describes an object
• Sequences indicate...
IIIF Search API
• provides a method for searching annotations that are
associated with an object or image, such as
machine...
IIIF Authentication API
• specifies how a data provider can serve access
controlled IIIF content
• specifies how to direct...
IIIF’s value proposition
• An open framework for organizations to publish their image-based
resources, to be viewed, cited...
Mirador Viewer http://projectmirador.org/
Mirador Viewer http://projectmirador.org/
IIIF Annual Conference & Community
• June 5-9, 2016 at the Vatican
• Working groups: manuscripts, newspapers, museums (NEW...
IIIF Partner Organizations
• ARTstor
• Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State Library)
• Biblissima
• Bodleian Librar...
IIIF Architecture
• Image metadata coming from DAMS
• Object descriptive metadata coming from TMS
• Additional metadata fo...
“Reformation to Restoration”
Research Project
Screen shot from the Making Art in Tudor Britain online project database available on the National Portrait Gallery, Londo...
Unknown artist, 16th century,
Portrait of a Young Woman,
1567, oil on panel,
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Coll...
Portrait of Young
Woman, 1567,
YCBA Elizabeth I, ca. 1563,
private collection,
Tate Britain
Countess of Sussex
(1531–1589)...
Fun with IIIF
http://puzzle.mikeapps.me/
Harvard Art Museums manifests for display galleries
Bodleian Digital Library: http://digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/
North Carolina State University Library
Qatar Digital Library
YCBA’s Digital Strategy
 Open Access policy
 Data exchange standards and
protocols
 Open source tools
 Linked Open Data
Yale Center for Britis...
YCBA’s
Implementation
of the
Yale Open Access
Policy
for works in the
public domain
No authorization required
No fees du...
Dissemination of images
Cross-collection discovery
Access through
human readable format
Slide borrowed from Koven Smith
Museums need to fall out of love
with their websites
and in love with their data.
Access through
machine readable format
• OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting)
• LIDO XML (L...
Access through
machine readable format
• Linked Open Data semantic endpoint
• CIDOC-CRM ontology (Conceptual
Reference Mod...
CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model
“The CRM is a standard which will help you integrate
cultural information from a variety ...
The CIDOC CRM
Top-level classes useful for integration
participate in
E39 Actors
E55 Types
E28 Conceptual Objects
E18 Phys...
 The methodology used for sharing digital resources with the
network is critical: don’t isolate your users by using home ...
Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass
Collections Data Manager
emmanuelle.delmas-glass@yale.edu
britishart.yale.edu
Thank you
• http://i...
IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
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IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research

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Presentation by Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass to the October 3-5, 2016 partners meeting of the American Art Collaborative, at ISI in Marina Del Rey, CA.

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IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research

  1. 1. IIIF and Mirador at the YCBA: image based scholarly collaboration and research
  2. 2. Researchers’ requirements • Interoperability between image silos • Manipulate images • Collaborate with colleagues across the world
  3. 3. Yale Center for British Art To give scholars an unprecedented level of uniform and rich access to image-based resources hosted around the world. To define a set of common application programming interfaces that support interoperability between image repositories. To develop, cultivate and document shared technologies that provide a world-class user experience in viewing, comparing, manipulating and annotating images.
  4. 4. IIIF APIs • Image API • Presentation API • Authentication API (draft) • Search API (draft) • See also: W3C Web Annotation
  5. 5. IIIF Image API http://iiif.io/api/image/2.1/ Provides a method for requesting from a server a whole or partial image, with transformations of scale, rotation, and color quality applied.
  6. 6. IIIF Presentation API • Has just enough metadata to support a client presenting the digital cultural heritage object for the users to understand what they are interacting with • Shared Canvas data model (in JSON-LD) • Open Annotation data model http://iiif.io/api/presentation/2.1/
  7. 7. IIIF Presentation API • Collection is a list of objects or collections • Manifest describes an object • Sequences indicate page view order • Canvas describes a page or view • Images and annotations reference the canvas
  8. 8. IIIF Search API • provides a method for searching annotations that are associated with an object or image, such as machine-generated OCR of text or notes added by a scholar during their research.
  9. 9. IIIF Authentication API • specifies how a data provider can serve access controlled IIIF content • specifies how to direct users to institutional login services • Might be released later this month!
  10. 10. IIIF’s value proposition • An open framework for organizations to publish their image-based resources, to be viewed, cited, annotated, and more by any compatible image-viewing application such as Mirador and the Universal Viewer, as well as platforms such as ResearchSpace and ConservationSpace.
  11. 11. Mirador Viewer http://projectmirador.org/
  12. 12. Mirador Viewer http://projectmirador.org/
  13. 13. IIIF Annual Conference & Community • June 5-9, 2016 at the Vatican • Working groups: manuscripts, newspapers, museums (NEW! JOIN!) • Developers editorial group • Community bi-weekly phone calls • Discussion list: https://groups/google.com/forum/#!forum/iiif-discuss • IIIF Community GitHub page: http://github.com/iiif
  14. 14. IIIF Partner Organizations • ARTstor • Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State Library) • Biblissima • Bodleian Libraries, Oxford University • University of British Columbia • British Library • e-codices – Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland • Cornell University • Digirati Ltd • Harvard University • Johns Hopkins University • Klokan Technologies • La Bibliothèque nationale de France • National Library of Austria • DPLA • Europeana • Internet Archive And many more! • Nasjonalbiblioteket (National Library of Norway) • National Library of Denmark • National Library of Israel • National Library of New Zealand • National Library of Poland • National Library of Serbia • National Library of Wales • Princeton University Library • St. Louis University • Stanford University • TextGrid • text & bytes • Wellcome Trust • Yale University
  15. 15. IIIF Architecture • Image metadata coming from DAMS • Object descriptive metadata coming from TMS • Additional metadata for object (page sequence, reading direction,…): traditionally not in DAMS or TMS
  16. 16. “Reformation to Restoration” Research Project
  17. 17. Screen shot from the Making Art in Tudor Britain online project database available on the National Portrait Gallery, London’s website: http://www.npg.org.uk/research/programmes/making-art-in-tudor-britain/matbsearch.php
  18. 18. Unknown artist, 16th century, Portrait of a Young Woman, 1567, oil on panel, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, B1981.25.444
  19. 19. Portrait of Young Woman, 1567, YCBA Elizabeth I, ca. 1563, private collection, Tate Britain Countess of Sussex (1531–1589), Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
  20. 20. Fun with IIIF http://puzzle.mikeapps.me/
  21. 21. Harvard Art Museums manifests for display galleries
  22. 22. Bodleian Digital Library: http://digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/
  23. 23. North Carolina State University Library
  24. 24. Qatar Digital Library
  25. 25. YCBA’s Digital Strategy
  26. 26.  Open Access policy  Data exchange standards and protocols  Open source tools  Linked Open Data Yale Center for British Art’s Digital Strategy: Use technology to make collections as accessible as possible
  27. 27. YCBA’s Implementation of the Yale Open Access Policy for works in the public domain No authorization required No fees due to the YCBA/Yale Commercial purposes allowed (http://ydc2.yale.edu/open-access-collections)
  28. 28. Dissemination of images
  29. 29. Cross-collection discovery
  30. 30. Access through human readable format
  31. 31. Slide borrowed from Koven Smith Museums need to fall out of love with their websites and in love with their data.
  32. 32. Access through machine readable format • OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting) • LIDO XML (Lightweight Information Describing Works of Art) • OCLC’s open source COBOAT & OAICatMuseum
  33. 33. Access through machine readable format • Linked Open Data semantic endpoint • CIDOC-CRM ontology (Conceptual Reference Model) • http://britishart.yale.edu/collections/using- collections/technology/linked-open-data
  34. 34. CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model “The CRM is a standard which will help you integrate cultural information from a variety of sources and bring them together into an integrated environment where you can ask bigger questions than you can ask from the individual pieces that you have.” - Stephen Stead, CIDOC CRM co-creator
  35. 35. The CIDOC CRM Top-level classes useful for integration participate in E39 Actors E55 Types E28 Conceptual Objects E18 Physical Thing E2 Temporal Entities affect or / refer to refer to / refine location at E53 PlacesE52 Time-Spans
  36. 36.  The methodology used for sharing digital resources with the network is critical: don’t isolate your users by using home grown technology  Relinquish control! Share our digital resources beyond our website in formats that allow for easy creative and scholarly reuse  Technology developed by communities increases sustainability  Look for technology that supports interoperability  Develop policies and technical implementations to leverage technology Conclusion
  37. 37. Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass Collections Data Manager emmanuelle.delmas-glass@yale.edu britishart.yale.edu Thank you • http://iiif.io/ • http://projectmirador.org/ • www.cidoc-crm.org/docs/CRMPrimer_v1.1.pdf • CRM Mapping Memory Manager: 139.91.183.3/3M/ • http://www.researchspace.org/ • http://britishart.yale.edu/collections/using- collections/technology Michael Appleby, Head of IT, YCBA Melissa Fournier, Manager Imaging Services and Intellectual Property, YCBA Jessica David, Associate Conservator of Paintings, YCBA Edward Town, Postdoctoral Research Associate, YCBA

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