April 7, 2011 -- NDIIPP is happy to host a free online workshop for digital preservation partners. Trevor Owens will demonstrate how preservation partners can use this free Library of Congress-sponsored software to easily create intuitive interfaces to their digital collections.
Register for the workshop today to reserve your seat.
Recollection is a free open source platform for generating and customizing views (interactive maps, timelines, facets, tag clouds) that allow scholars, librarians and curators to explore digital collections in novel and intuitive ways. Content stewards start by ingesting collections from spreadsheets, sets of MODS records, or RSS and Atom feeds. They then generate a range of interactive visualizations, including charts and maps, as well as sophisticated faceted browsing interfaces for users of their digital collections. Ultimately they can simply copy-paste to embed visualizations and interfaces anywhere on the Web.
Key Event information:
- Recollection: Easily Create Dynamic Interfaces to Digital Collections.
- When: 1:00 p.m. EDT, Tuesday April 19, 2011
- Contact: 202-707-7217 or trow at loc.gov
Recollection is under active development by NDIIPP partner, Zepheira, LLC (external link) . If you are interested in participating in the Recollection beta please contact NDIIPPaccess at loc.gov and we can create an account for you.