- Starts at
- Thu, Nov 9, 2023, 14:00 South Korea Time
09 Nov 23 05:00 UTC)
- Finishes at
- Thu, Nov 9, 2023, 18:00 South Korea Time
09 Nov 23 09:00 UTC)
- Room 209
International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF)
The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) provides research and cultural heritage institutions with an unsurpassed approach to surfacing and sharing image- and AV-based digital objects on the Internet for display, analysis, comparison, annotation, and aggregation. Using W3C Web-standard methods, libraries, archives, museums, vendors and researchers have converged on a community-based approach for presenting and interacting with hundreds of millions of digital assets and their associated metadata from thousands of institutions in a world-wide, nteroperable ecosystem of repositories, software and scholars. This workshop will provide an introduction to IIIF, its current adopters and benefits, the APIs and data models underlying it, and examples of how to adopt and leverage it through widely available software or custom development. Participants will gain an orientiation on the frameowkr, and the knowledge to apply IIIF for both assets and their metadata in a local context. No prior experience with IIIF is required. Participants are encouraged to bring laptops for interactive exercises.
Tom Cramer is the Chief Technology Strategist, Associate University Librarian & Director of Digital Library Systems & Services for the Stanford University Libraries. He directs the technical development and delivery of Stanford’s digital library services, including digitization, management, preservation and access of digital resources that support teaching, learning and research. He is the founder of the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), a founder of the Samvera Community, the first adopter and an active contributor to Blacklight, and a member of the FOLIO Community Council. He is the President of the Open Library Foundation and co-chair of the CLOCKSS Board of Directors. He has served as a co-PI for the suite of LD4L and LD4P grants from their inception to present day.
Associate University Librarian and Director of IT at Cornell University Library. Responsibilities include oversight of IT operations, user experience, web programming, digital preservation, and open scholarly publishing. I have particular interest in interoperability between information systems and the development of standards and collaborations to facilitate that. Current work includes digital preservation (OCFL), evolution of the FOLIO library services platform, use of linked open data for description and discovery of library resources (LD4L/LD4P), image and A/V interoperability (IIIF), and repositories for open-access scholarly publishing (including work with Samvera and ORCID). Past projects include technical direction of the arXiv e-print archive and development of the OAI-PMH and ResourceSync standards.