A small library has been using Flickr to publish popular images of their maps and manuscripts. Their researchers need better viewing options like deep zoom and live image enhancement, but they don’t have institutional support to build new image servers.

  • Use the Toolkit's Docker images to create IIIF-compliant JPEG2000s

  • Transform existing TEI records into brand-new IIIF manifests

  • Librarians and curators use the manifest editor to clean up the metadata

  • Updates are fed back into the library's manifest store

  • The result: a public image library that can be loaded into any IIIF viewer and incorporated into IIIF resource directories around the world

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