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Digital Collection Toolkit: IIIF & Mirador

IIIF & Mirador Intro.

Mirador is an open-source, web based image viewing platform that enables you to zoom, display, and compare digitized images from libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions around the world. This site provides tutorials on how to use the UWM Libraries' local instance of a Mirador 3 viewing platform, and how to find images to add to your Mirador exhibits.

Stanford University provides a helpful guide to using Mirador v 3 (Version 3 is the version UWM Libraries are hosting): https://library.stanford.edu/blogs/stanford-libraries-blog/2019/05/introducing-mirador-3-next-generation-image-comparison-viewer

For more information on what IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) is all about, visit the IIIF home: https://iiif.io/

IIIF How-to's

Mirador 3 Introduction

Mirador 3 Workspace export/import 

Mirador Guide: Screen Captures

Start with a empty Mirador viewer 

Information Process Consultant

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