This workshop was held during the week of the 8th to 12th of June 2020 and 30 people attended from across the world. The workshops materials and videos are now available for you to follow along at your own pace. If you have any questions about any of the activities or get into difficult you can get help from the IIIF community using the IIIF Slack, particularly the
beginners channel. At the end of this workshop there is a survey and we would be grateful if you could fill it in so we know how it went.
The workshop is split into 5 different areas which were split into 5 days:
- Day 1 - IIIF Basics
- Day 2 - Image API
- Day 3 - Presentation API
- Day 4 - Annotations
- Day 5 - Project demos
All of these sessions were recorded and you will find them embedded in the relevant sections.
IIIF Online Week - June 1st - June 5th
Some of the core sessions include prerequisite videos to watch before attending and for the introduction session on Day 1 we would like you to watch the following introductory session:
This presentation was part of IIIF Week and the following sessions may be of interest:
- IIIF Week Opening Panel: Responding to Current Events with Digital Collections Strategy
- IIIF Week: Museums Showcase
- IIIF Week: Mirador 3 Showcase
- IIIF Week: Maps Showcase
- IIIF Week: IIIF and Manuscript Use Cases
- IIIF Week: Fun with IIIF
As part of the online course participants were encouraged to work on a project as they worked through the different presentations to give them hands on experience of the tasks that were being taught. You can see a list of projects the participants produced in the Project work section of the training. If you would like your project listed please get in contact with Glen Robson, IIIF Technical Coordinator on the IIIF Slack.