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Omeka Documentation: Introduction

Modules on the use of Omeka software, with FAQ for faculty and students.

Welcome to Our Omeka Documentation

See an example of Omeka in action at http://www.whitmanarchives.org.

Table of Contents

Find your way around.

  • Add Items: How to import image files and other files into Omeka, how to log in.

  • Create Collections: Sort your items into groups and describe how they are related.

  • Build Exhibits: Advanced instructions on building a complex webpage with your collections.

  • How to Use Dublin Core: So what should you put in all those text fields, anyway?

  • Multimedia Hints: Troubleshooting files, adding video, common issues.

Contact a Technologist

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Colin Justin
Contact:
509-526-4760
Olin 189

Please email me to arrange an appointment! General Omeka questions can be directed to omeka@whitman.edu.

I am the Instructional and Learning Technologist for Div II: Arts and Humanities.

Omeka Copyright

More information is available at http://www.omeka.org. Omeka is a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University. Omeka and the Omeka logo are registered trademarks. Copyright © 2007–2014 CHNM.

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