On Monday, June 5th, the IIIF Consortium will present a special half-day IIIF Showcase to introduce newcomers to IIIF, hosted jointly by the University of Naples Federico II and the IIIF Consortium.
- If you are interested in engaging with other museum, library, archive and technical professionals…
- If you are ready to learn more about using and sharing your institution’s images…
- If you’d like to know more about IIIF…
…then we would love to have you join us at the IIIF Showcase. All are welcome!
Come join us for a half-day free event that will educate, inspire, and reinvent your technical infrastructure. The event is free, but space is limited. Please register early to guarantee yourself a spot! All event proceedings will be in English unless otherwise noted.
Who is it for?
The IIIF Showcase is an event for people new to IIIF to get an overview and discover the latest developments in a single event. It assumes no previous experience with IIIF and will cover the full gamut of IIIF from the basics to Showcases of the latest developments in the IIIF Community.
What will I learn?
- Use cases and best practices from IIIF adopters
- How to get started with IIIF at your institution
- Leveraging open source software to get more out of your collection of images and video
- The latest developments in the community including IIIF 3D
- And more!
05 June 2023
|12:00pm - 1:00pm||Arrival and Registration|
|1:15pm||Introduction to IIIF: Technology and Community||IIIF Consortium Staff|
|1:45pm||Exciting community work:
Latest on IIIF 3D
IIIF + Maps
Wikidata & Crowdsourcing
Ronald Haynes, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Virginia Boyero, Swedish National Heritage Board Incubator / Beyond the Map
Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass, Yale Center for British Art; Matthew Westerby, National Gallery of Art; Tristan Roddis, Cogapp
Jason Evans, National Library of Wales, United Kingdom
|2:45pm||Break with Tea and Coffee|
|3:15pm||A IIIF-Compliant Tool for Describing Medieval Manuscripts||Fara Autiero, Scuola Superiore Meridionale, Naples; Sandra Gorla, University of Naples Federico II, Italy; Daniele Fusi, Venice Center for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH)|
|4:15pm||COOSMO: How to Make IIIF Easy||Giovanni Borelli, Haltadefinizione Srl|
|4:30pm||MLOL Annotations & Stories for public and school libraries in Italy||Giulio Blasi, MLOL|
|4:45pm||Implementing IIIF: the simple and complex versions||Glen Robson, IIIF Technical Coordinator|