Omeka workshop November 3

Learn how to get started with Omeka in a free workshop at GSU Library.

Omeka is a free web platform used for making online exhibits, collections, and repositories of digital items (such as our History of Radio Broadcasting in Georgia and Emory’s Yellowbacks exhibit of 19th-century novels).

Learn how to add images and other digital objects to your exhibit, use Omeka’s metadata to make objects useful for researchers, and customize your site’s look and features. No technical skills or prior experience are needed.

Tuesday, November 3, 11am-noon in Library Classroom 1 (1st floor of Library North, next to Saxby’s Coffee).

Please email instructors Kathryn Michaelis or Jason Puckett to register. Kathryn is GSU Library’s Digital Projects Coordinator and Jason is Librarian for Communication and Virtual Services.

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About Jason Puckett

Jason Puckett is Online Learning Librarian at GSU, specializing in support for online learners and faculty. He’s also the subject librarian for Anthropology, and supports and teaches Zotero.
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