IIIF Outreach at MUTEC 2020

Presenting digitized art and culture on the Internet - but how? In recent years, the IIIF standard has established a globally recognized technology that enables digitized objects to be published in a very convenient and technologically interoperable way. Museums, libraries and other cultural institutions around the world have jointly developed IIIF and adopted it as a new standard. Countless institutions made millions of IIIF-compatible images available, including many outstanding paintings, drawings, manuscripts and other cultural objects.

In close cooperation with the IIIF Community Leipzig University Library will organize a IIIF Outreach Event on 5 November 2020 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (CET) at the MUTEC 2020 - the international trade fair for museum and exhibition technology in Leipzig. Representatives of international museums and libraries will report on their projects and experiences with IIIF and will be available for professional exchange.


Time (CET)PresentationLanguage
09:30 amLobby-Time
10:00 amWelcoming and Logistics
U. J. Schneider and Leander Seige
German and English
10:10 amIIIF - was ist das eigentlich? (PDF)
Leander Seige
Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig
10:30 amIIIF an der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek: vom 'Viewer-Zoo' zum Content Sharing mit 2,5 Mio. Retro-Digitalisaten (PDF)
Johannes Baiter
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München
11:00 amBeiiisammen am Bildschirm: Bücher und Sammlungsobjekte der Uni Göttingen in iiif (PDF)
Karsten Heck
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Zentrale Kustodie
11:30 amPause
12:00 pmThe Museum Linked & Open (PDF)
Christian Huemer
Belvedere, Wien
12:30 pmarthistoricum.net und IIIF (PDF)
Willy Beyer
SLUB Dresden
1:00 pmIIIF an der UB Leipzig und im Handschriftenportal Deutschland (PDF)
Leander Seige
Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig
1:30 pmPause
2:00 pmIIIF -- The Consortium and the Community (and How to Get Involved) (PDF)
Josh Hadro
IIIF Consortium
2:30 pmEverything in one place: IIIF and the SMK API (PDF)
Jonas Heide Smith
SMK - National Gallery of Denmark
3:00 pmLightning Talks

Aufbau eines IIIF-Dienstes unter Verwendung des open source fylr Frameworks (PDF)
Martin Rode (Programmfabrik GmbH, Berlin)

Image Discovery: how a network of texts objects can become a network of images (PDF)
Jeffrey Witt (Loyola University Maryland)

IIIF im Forschungsprojekt Deutsche Tafelmalerei des Spätmittelalters(PDF)
Mark Fichtner (Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg)

German or English
3:30 pmPause
4:00 pmHappy Little Accidents: The Surprise and Delight of IIIF (PDF)
Jeff Steward
Harvard Art Museums
4:30 pmOpen Access and IIIF at the Smithsonian (PDF)
Ryan King und Andrew Gunther
Smithsonian Institution
5:00 pmAnimal Crossing Art Generator: Reaching a Broader Audience Using IIIF (PDF)
Kristen Carter and Selina Zawacki
J. P. Getty Trust
5:30 pmClosing

German and English

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event will be held online only!

We thank all participants for exciting talks and a vivid professional exchange!