2019 IIIF Working meeting - Ann Arbor, Michigan

The 2019 IIIF working meeting is hosted by the The University of Michigan Library and ITHAKA in collaboration with the IIIF Community.

The working group meetings are intended for active IIIF community participants and working groups. Space is limited to around 80 people.

Note onsite registration is available.

Schedule

The schedule below will be updated as details of the program are confirmed.

For the 2019 Working Meeting there will be an emphasis on creating IIIF recipes which are guides on creating IIIF artifacts that fulfill certain use cases. For a list of recipes that are under development please see the Cookbook github repository. Participants will find these sessions useful to learn what is required to implement version 3.0 of the IIIF specifications. Once completed the recipes will provide a template for others to use to either create their own version 3.0 Manifests or to develop software to consume them.

Note: Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 3, so make sure your watch and/or devices are set to the right time (you can always check time.is if you need to check or compare two places).

Date / Time Tuesday the 5th of November Wednesday the 6th of November Thursday the 7th of November
8:00am - 9:00am Registration
(Hatcher Gallery)
9:00am - 10:30am IIIF state of affairs and community updates
(Hatcher Gallery)
Community development
(Hatcher Gallery)
  • Hosting a Local IIIF Event
    Chair: Josh Hadro (IIIF), Stacey Redick (Folger Shakespeare Library) Sara Brumfield (FromthePage)
  • How to be an effective community group
    Chair: Rebecca Hirsch (Yale University), Mark A. Matienzo (Stanford University Libraries), Jon Dunn (Indiana University)
Roadmapping
(Hatcher Gallery)
10:30am - 11:00am Break
(refreshments provided outside Hatcher Gallery)
11:00am - 12:30pm Walkthrough on how to create a IIIF recipe, Tom Crane, Digirati
(Hatcher Gallery)
Panel: 3.0 migration experiences
(Hatcher Gallery)
Chair: Glen Robson (IIIF), Jack Reed (Stanford University Libraries), Maria Whitaker (Indiana University), Mark Patton (Johns Hopkins University)
Discovery Technical Specification Group meeting
(Hatcher Gallery)
12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch (Not provided)
2:00pm - 2:10pm Meetup in Hatcher gallery to be shown where the next sessions are. Meetup in Hatcher gallery to be shown where the next sessions are. Meetup in Hatcher gallery to be shown where the next sessions are.
2:10pm - 3:30pm Recipe workshops
  • Clements Library Seminar Room
  • UMMA Multi-Purpose Room
  • Trotter House Large Meeting Room
  • Hatcher Gallery Lab
  • Hatcher Gallery
Unconference block
  • Clements Library Seminar Room
  • UMMA Seminar Room, Hatcher Gallery Lab
  • Michigan League - Henderson Room
  • Michigan League - Koessler
  • Michigan League - Room D
  • Hatcher Gallery Lab
Unconference block
  • Hatcher Gallery Lab
  • Hatcher South Room 806
  • Shapiro Room 4004/TAFR
  • Hatcher Gallery
3:30pm - 4:00pm Break
(refreshments provided outside Hatcher Gallery)
Break
(refreshments not provided)
Break
(refreshments provided outside Hatcher Gallery)
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Recipe Report back & Lightning talks
(Hatcher Gallery)
Lighting the Way: A National Forum on Archival Discovery and Delivery Mark A. Matienzo, Stanford University Libraries
Teaching and Learning with IIIF Luis Duarte, HarvardX
Sharing IIIF resources using token services Chip Goines, Harvard University
Mirador 3 and IIIF Presentation 3.0 Jack Reed, Stanford University Libraries
Unconference block
  • Clements Library Seminar Room
  • UMMA Seminar Room, Hatcher Gallery Lab
  • Michigan League - Henderson Room
  • Michigan League - Koessler
  • Michigan League - Room D
  • Hatcher Gallery Lab
Wrapup
(Hatcher Gallery)
5:00pm - 7:30pm Reception @ University of Michigan Museum of Art, Forum Hall
hosted by University of Michigan Library
Museum galleries will be open!