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A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at Ghent University, Belgium on December 8, 2015.

Glen Robson
National Library of Wales

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  1. 1. IIIF and NLW National Library of Wales Glen Robson Head of Systems @glenrobson
  2. 2. Plan • IIIF Good for us – Maps – Newspapers – Annotation – Viewers – Multilingualism • IIIF Good for sharing – Manuscripts
  3. 3. Cynefin cynefin.archiveswales.org.uk
  4. 4. Benefits of IIIF • No transfer of images • Changes can be made straight away. • No loss of control of images
  5. 5. http://newspapers.library.wales • Open Access • Over 1.1 million IIIF Images
  6. 6. Wales for Peace • HLF project to commemorate the fallen in World War 1 • Transcription of the Welsh Book of Remembrance • In person Volunteers rather than Crowd Sourced • Project run by the Welsh Centre for International Affairs – http://www.wcia.org.uk/walesforpeace.html
  7. 7. http://hdl.handle.net/10107/4642022
  8. 8. Simple Annotation Server • https://github.com/glenrobson/SimpleAnnotationServer • Works with Mirador • Stores Annotations as Linked Open Data using Open Annotations • Uses either JENA or Seasame (rdf4j.org) as a triple store
  9. 9. Newspapers
  10. 10. New Catalogue! • Part of a WHELF Consortium • ExLibris - Primo and Alma • http://discover.library.wales • Redevelop our viewers – Access through the Universal Viewer – Over 200,000 manifests – Over 1,109,768 images
  11. 11. http://discover.library.wales
  12. 12. Multilingualism • National Library of Wales is bilingual – Welsh and English • IIIF standard supports Multilingualism • NLW worked with Digirati to make the Wellcome/Universal Viewer support multiple languages
  13. 13. Sharing Manuscripts
  14. 14. Chaucer: Canterbury Tales http://stanford.io/1PW789d http://hdl.handle.net/10107/4628556
  15. 15. Supporting Infrastructure Image API Presentation API Fedora 3 IIP Image (JP2) PFF Image Server Shared Storage Image Proxy JSON Cache METS ALTO Manifest Annotations http://dams.llgc.org.uk/iiif/2.0/image/1234
  16. 16. Summary • Wide set of use cases • Interoperable Viewers • Encouraging content reuse • Find our digital items: – http://discover.library.wales – http://newspapers.library.wales • Help us transcribe our Maps: – http://cynefin.archiveswales.org.uk • Twitter: @glenrobson

Notas do Editor

  • Crowd sourcing application developed with Klokan Technologies
    Georeference Tithe maps from the 1800s
    Transcribe Apportionments
    Share images and metadata to Kolkan through IIIF.
  • developing an internationalised and localised Universal Viewer in conjunction with the NLW
  • Exposing our copy using IIIF for international research
    Copies of work by this poet are all over the world including mostly here in France but also in Italy, Belgium, the UK and the US.
    Allows the virtual unification and comparison of these Manuscripts held by different institutions.
    Allows researches to use the manuscript in their tools (t-pen – transcription tool and mirador which you’ll hear more about later )
  • Descrição

    A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at Ghent University, Belgium on December 8, 2015.

    Glen Robson
    National Library of Wales

    Transcrição

    1. 1. IIIF and NLW National Library of Wales Glen Robson Head of Systems @glenrobson
    2. 2. Plan • IIIF Good for us – Maps – Newspapers – Annotation – Viewers – Multilingualism • IIIF Good for sharing – Manuscripts
    3. 3. Cynefin cynefin.archiveswales.org.uk
    4. 4. Benefits of IIIF • No transfer of images • Changes can be made straight away. • No loss of control of images
    5. 5. http://newspapers.library.wales • Open Access • Over 1.1 million IIIF Images
    6. 6. Wales for Peace • HLF project to commemorate the fallen in World War 1 • Transcription of the Welsh Book of Remembrance • In person Volunteers rather than Crowd Sourced • Project run by the Welsh Centre for International Affairs – http://www.wcia.org.uk/walesforpeace.html
    7. 7. http://hdl.handle.net/10107/4642022
    8. 8. Simple Annotation Server • https://github.com/glenrobson/SimpleAnnotationServer • Works with Mirador • Stores Annotations as Linked Open Data using Open Annotations • Uses either JENA or Seasame (rdf4j.org) as a triple store
    9. 9. Newspapers
    10. 10. New Catalogue! • Part of a WHELF Consortium • ExLibris - Primo and Alma • http://discover.library.wales • Redevelop our viewers – Access through the Universal Viewer – Over 200,000 manifests – Over 1,109,768 images
    11. 11. http://discover.library.wales
    12. 12. Multilingualism • National Library of Wales is bilingual – Welsh and English • IIIF standard supports Multilingualism • NLW worked with Digirati to make the Wellcome/Universal Viewer support multiple languages
    13. 13. Sharing Manuscripts
    14. 14. Chaucer: Canterbury Tales http://stanford.io/1PW789d http://hdl.handle.net/10107/4628556
    15. 15. Supporting Infrastructure Image API Presentation API Fedora 3 IIP Image (JP2) PFF Image Server Shared Storage Image Proxy JSON Cache METS ALTO Manifest Annotations http://dams.llgc.org.uk/iiif/2.0/image/1234
    16. 16. Summary • Wide set of use cases • Interoperable Viewers • Encouraging content reuse • Find our digital items: – http://discover.library.wales – http://newspapers.library.wales • Help us transcribe our Maps: – http://cynefin.archiveswales.org.uk • Twitter: @glenrobson

    Notas do Editor

  • Crowd sourcing application developed with Klokan Technologies
    Georeference Tithe maps from the 1800s
    Transcribe Apportionments
    Share images and metadata to Kolkan through IIIF.
  • developing an internationalised and localised Universal Viewer in conjunction with the NLW
  • Exposing our copy using IIIF for international research
    Copies of work by this poet are all over the world including mostly here in France but also in Italy, Belgium, the UK and the US.
    Allows the virtual unification and comparison of these Manuscripts held by different institutions.
    Allows researches to use the manuscript in their tools (t-pen – transcription tool and mirador which you’ll hear more about later )
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