Learn to find and Use IIIF Content in the Mirador Digital Collections Viewer

Learn to find and Use IIIF Content in the Mirador Digital Collections Viewer

Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 3:00 PM to 3:40 PM (EST)
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Join a webinar hosted by the Bibliographical Society of America to learn more about IIIF Content and the Mirador digital collections viewer. Mirador is an open-source, web-based, multi-window image viewing platform with the ability to zoom, display, compare and annotate images used by many institutional digital repositories as the image viewer.

Anyone who cannot attend the live webinar will be able to access a recording on the BSA's YouTube channel after the event. Check here for updates and more video content from the BSA.

Participants will come away with a better understanding of what IIIF content is, and how to maximize the research value of digitized collections with commonly used tools available in Mirador. 

Webinar led by Benjamin L. Albritton, Rare Books Curator and Bibliographer for Classics at Stanford University. His work there focuses on enhancing, enlarging, and celebrating the Rare Books and Early Manuscripts collection of the Stanford University Libraries. He also provides support to faculty and academic programs at Stanford using Special Collections materials. He is passionate about the use of Stanford materials in teaching, and providing digital access to primary source materials for teaching, learning, and scholarship. 


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The Bibliographical Society of America
P.O. Box 1537, Lenox Hill Station
New York, NY, 10021
Erin Schreiner, Executive Director

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