4 March 2016 @ 10:00 – 13:00
Training Room 2
McClay Library

omekaBadgeWhether for your own use or to make your research outcomes available for a wider audience, increasingly scholarship in the humanities involves developing a narrative around collections of digital assets. This workshop will provide participants with a working knowledge of the choices available to share and disseminate knowledge by collecting and developing narratives around digital objects. During this workshop we will hands-on with the Omeka platform from the Roy Rosenzweig Centre for New Media and History. Omeka is a particularly powerful, standards driven tool for managing collections of digitised objects in an interactive and user-driven fashion.

Although attendance at this event is free, as places are limited please register for this event by clicking the register button to the right or via: Eventbrite