Introduction

Thank you for registering for the IIIF Online Workshop between the 26th and 30th of October 2020. This course is an adapted version of an in person workshop and it is the third time we have run it online.

We are keen to adapt many of the techniques that have worked in person to create an inclusive, productive online version of the workshop. Running an online version does have its complications and one of these is differing timezones and we have participants from Europe, Africa, North America and Brazil. To accommodate this the sessions are at a time that work for most people. We also appreciate during this time attending all of the sessions will be difficult and so only the first and last sessions are mandatory to attend live.

The course will follow this GitBook and will be a mix of pre-recorded sessions and live presentations. This GitBook contains embedded videos and also exercises to follow. There are drop in sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and these are meant for the group to get together to discuss any issues or get questions answered. Live sessions will be recorded and sent to the group over email.

If you are new to IIIF you may want to watch the following video which gives you some ideas on what the IIIF standards can provide before starting the course:

Sessions

The following sessions will set hands on work for participants to complete and participants are expected to participate in the meeting or watch recordings for these core sessions.

Day 1 - IIIF Basics

Day 2 - IIIF Image API

Day 3 - Presentation API

Day 4 - Annotations

Day 5 - Project demos

  • Calls:
    • Project demos and closing meeting on
  • Tasks:
    • Work on projects and presentation

Calendar

There is also a course Google calendar available which you can subscribe to:

Project Work

One of the most useful features of previous workshops have been where participants work on a project during the week which they can demo on the last day. We are hoping to re-create this and we encourage participants to bring their own images and project ideas to the workshop. We will discuss them in the first meeting and will provide support during the workshop to produce a demonstration. Participants will be able to book time with a tutor for one on one advice and can also get help from others using a shared Slack channel.

Install Requirements

All sessions will use Zoom and participants are encouraged to join the IIIF Slack where a special channel will be created for workshop participants.

Participants locations

We are delighted to welcome such a diverse group to the course and we have participants from the following locations:

I look forward to working with you and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in contact.

Thanks

Glen Robson
IIIF Technical Coordinator
International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) Consortium
http://iiif.io

Last modified by Glen Robson 2020-11-26 11:36:05
Created by Glen Robson 2020-11-26 11:36:05

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