Platforms

Hightlighted platforms used for digital translations and original digital projects. Reach out to Digital Scholarship Services if you want to learn more!

Omeka is a software tool that enables you to create dynamic online exhibits that showcase collections of digital images, text, and other multi-media formats in one seamless site.

Omeka Classic is best for those who run an independent website on their own servers. Omeka Classic offers a full installation of Omeka on your own website with software available online for free. It is great if you are working on a research project. You can use Reclaim Hosting to host your installation and will need to manage the technology on your own.

Visit UO Libraries’ Research Guide Owning Your Omeka to learn more.

Omeka.net is web-publishing platform that allows anyone with an account to create or collaborate on a website to display collections and build digital exhibitions. No technical skills or special server requirements are necessary.

  • Share Collections
  • Gather Stories
  • Build Exhibits
  • Map Photos
  • Create Simple Web Pages
  • Customize Web Design Templates
  • Share data through feeds
  • Collaborate

Visit Omeka.net website to learn more.

Omeka S is a web publication system for universities, galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. It creates a local network of independently curated exhibits sharing a collaboratively built pool of items and their metadata.

Visit Omeka S User Manual to learn more.

PressBooks is online software that enables authors and publishers to design and format any kind of book, including:

  • PDF: for print or print on demand
  • EPUB: for Apple iBooks, Nook, Kobo and most other ebook platforms
  • MOBI: for Kindle
  • Webbook: private or public

All book formats are produced using templates that are optimized to look great in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. This includes Kindles, phones, and iPads for ebooks, as well as the printed page.

Visit PressBooks User Guide to learn more.

Spotlight is an open-source software for librarians and curators to build digital exhibits hosted by their organization.

A digital exhibit is a collection of primary sources curated and displayed for the purpose of telling a story. Think of an exhibit you might see in a museum – Spotlight allows an exhibit like that to be created and displayed using digital images and videos. 

Visit UO Libraries’ Research Guide Spotlight Digital Exhibits to learn more.

WordPress is a content management system that allows anyone with access to make websites and blogs. It is one of the world’s most popular tool for developing publicly available websites online. WordPress is open-source software, so nowadays it’s made by a huge community of contributors. 

Visit UO Libraries’ Research Guide WordPress for Digital Humanists to learn more. 

Omeka is a software tool that enables you to create dynamic online exhibits that showcase collections of digital images, text, and other multi-media formats in one seamless site.

Omeka Classic is best for those who run an independent website on their own servers. Omeka Classic offers a full installation of Omeka on your own website with software available online for free. It is great if you are working on a research project. You can use Reclaim Hosting to host your installation and will need to manage the technology on your own.

Visit UO Libraries’ Research Guide Owning Your Omeka to learn more.

Omeka.net is web-publishing platform that allows anyone with an account to create or collaborate on a website to display collections and build digital exhibitions. No technical skills or special server requirements are necessary.

  • Share Collections
  • Gather Stories
  • Build Exhibits
  • Map Photos
  • Create Simple Web Pages
  • Customize Web Design Templates
  • Share data through feeds
  • Collaborate

Visit Omeka.net website to learn more.

Omeka S is a web publication system for universities, galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. It creates a local network of independently curated exhibits sharing a collaboratively built pool of items and their metadata.

Visit Omeka S User Manual to learn more.

PressBooks is online software that enables authors and publishers to design and format any kind of book, including:

  • PDF: for print or print on demand
  • EPUB: for Apple iBooks, Nook, Kobo and most other ebook platforms
  • MOBI: for Kindle
  • Webbook: private or public

All book formats are produced using templates that are optimized to look great in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. This includes Kindles, phones, and iPads for ebooks, as well as the printed page.

Visit PressBooks User Guide to learn more.

Spotlight is an open-source software for librarians and curators to build digital exhibits hosted by their organization.

A digital exhibit is a collection of primary sources curated and displayed for the purpose of telling a story. Think of an exhibit you might see in a museum – Spotlight allows an exhibit like that to be created and displayed using digital images and videos. 

Visit UO Libraries’ Research Guide Spotlight Digital Exhibits to learn more.

WordPress is a content management system that allows anyone with access to make websites and blogs. It is one of the world’s most popular tool for developing publicly available websites online. WordPress is open-source software, so nowadays it’s made by a huge community of contributors. 

Visit UO Libraries’ Research Guide WordPress for Digital Humanists to learn more. 

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