Introduction by OpenMethods Editor (Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra): In this resource, Caterina Agostini, PhD in Italian from Rutgers University, Project Manager at The Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton shares two handouts of workshops she organized and co-taught on the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF). They provide a gentle introduction to IIIF and clear overview of features (displaying, editing, annotating, sharing and comparing images along universal standards), examples and resources. The handouts could be of interest to anyone interested in the design and teaching of Open Educational Resources on IIIF. They can be used in advance or complementary to the IIIF resources on the Programming Historian.
Here you can find more information about the author, Caterina: https://cdh.princeton.edu/updates/2021/11/12/cdh-new-staff-profile-caterina-agostini/
Further, if you are interested in joining scholarly communities around IIIF, you can also visit the website of the IIIF 4 Research Network.
In this workshop, we explore the International Image Interoperability Framework (https://iiif.io/) and the work of the IIIF community to create universal standards for describing and sharing images online. With common viewing platforms, we can obtain interoperable digital image content to display, edit, annotate, and share images on the web, for example artworks, maps, and musical scores.
I led and also co-taught various workshops on IIIF, for which I wrote the handout. On 6 November 2020, I co-taught the workshop with Danielle Reay (Drew University Library) for the Rutgers Digital Humanities Initiative and Lab and the New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium.
Source: GitHub – CateAgostini/IIIF
Original date of publication: 23. 07.2021.
Internet Archive link: https://web.archive.org/web/20220117160154/https://github.com/CateAgostini/IIIF