Paper 51

2018 Washington conference submission

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Creating IIIF services for researchers and students

Rachel Di Cresce - University of Toronto (Canada)

Abstract: This talk will explain the various IIIF-compatabile tools developed at the University of Toronto - Omeka + IIIF work, Viscoll and IIIF To Go - and their application to research and classroom settings.

We will explore real uses at multiple institutions and provide examples of opportunities, challenges and successes of IIIF in these settings.

Presentation type: 7 minute lightning talk to be given in a plenary session


  • IIIF content communities (museums, manuscripts, newspapers, archival content, etc.),
  • IIIF-compatible software and experimentation


  • Digital humanities,
  • Manuscripts,
  • Teaching,
  • Omeka,
  • Viscoll,
  • IIIF To Go