A lot of libraries use the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) to publish and share their collections. But how can you use the existing IIIF resources to not only publish your collections, but to also share, open and enrich them?
The speakers of this webinar will share their best practices around working with IIIF in a library setting, providing access to specific collections for a diverse range of researchers, facilitating open data sharing with clear licenses and implementing full-text search with optical character recognition (OCR) and highlighting.
This webinar is organised by the LIBER Digital Humanities & Digital Cultural Heritage Working Group.
- Ben Companjen – Leiden University Libraries’ Centre for Digital Scholarship
- Nele Gabriëls – KU Leuven Libraries
- Audrey Drohan – University College Dublin Library
- Mike Bennett – University of Edinburgh Library