Manage research collections of images and their metadata, and create online exhibitions.
Omeka is a free, open-source image repository originally designed to help small galleries and museums create online exhibitions. Omeka makes it easy to search across your collection and handles images, video and descriptive text. In this workshop you'll learn the basics of Omeka including formatting data, creating metadata, building a collection and creating an online exhibition.
This course is FREE. To attend you must be from an AAF institution (this includes University of Melbourne and surrounding institutes).
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Duration: 3 hours
What you need: You will need to bring your own laptop. No other preparation or installation of software is required for attendance.
Dr Tyne Daile Sumner (@tynedaile), Omeka Trainer
Tyne is a teacher and researcher in the English and Theatre Studies program at the University of Melbourne and is a Senior Research Community Coordinator at Research Platform Services. Her research examines the relationship between literary texts and surveillance culture. She is also an Engagement Consultant for the new Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory (HASS DEVL) and co-editor of The Digital Research Skills Cookbook: An Introduction to the Research Bazaar Community. Get in touch with Tyne for more information about Omeka trainings and events, the HASS DEVL or the Digital Research Skills Cookbook.