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Harriett Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Library - Library 314
Have a research project that you want to showcase online, but don’t know how? Learn how to build an online exhibition in Omeka, a web-based online exhibition software tool (http://omeka.net). Participants will learn how to create a website plan and concept map for their online exhibit, design a basic Omeka.net website, and upload digital materials onto their Omeka site. Whether you have a research project, collections of materials, or another type of project that can be showcased in an exhibit, Omeka can work for you. All levels of experience are welcome!
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