We regret to inform users that this resource is no longer available. The site has been withdrawn as the technologies which it is built with have reached end-of-life.
An archived version of the site is available at https://web.archive.org/web/20190828085024/http://dmt.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/
Last update to original site:
22 March 2022
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Digital Manuscripts Toolkit – About the project
The Digital Manuscripts Toolkit is a collaboration between scholars, developers and librarians, with the aim of making the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) more accessible to a wide range of users. The Bodleian Libraries and the Mellon Foundation envisioned a set of tools that would enable small libraries with minimal IT support to build IIIF resources from start to finish, allow other IIIF users to pick and choose which tools fit their needs, and expose the flexibility and research potential of IIIF manifests to non-technical users.
The DMT toolkit consists of:
The manifest editor
- Drag-and-drop thumbnails to create and edit image sequences
- Use the canvas importer to pull in images from IIIF-compliant institutions
- Easily create and edit descriptive metadata fields
- Move multiple images with shift + click
GitHub page: https://github.com/bodleian/iiif-manifest-editor
Demo site: https://digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/manifest-editor/
Metadata transformation tools
- Command line tools to convert your METS or TEI files into valid IIIF manifests
- Customize the tools to suit your metadata structure
GitHub page: https://github.com/bodleian/dmt-metadata-transformation
- Quickly and easily deploy a IIIF-compliant image server with these pre-built Docker images
- Images available for both IIP and Loris image servers