Presenting Fullscreen

The simplest way to present content from the Digital Library is to use the IIIF Fullscreen viewer. (The IIIF–International Image Interoperability Framework–is a community dedicated to providing scholars uniform and rich access to image-based resources hosted around the world.) Using the viewer you can present items from a Group, search results, or a Collection. Fullscreen allows […]

Presenting with OIV

The Offline Image Viewer (OIV) is a presentation software included with the Digital Library. The OIV supports image-rich presentations, allowing users to download high-resolution images directly from the Digital Library, add their own images, and create digital slide show presentations that feature side-by-side comparisons, zooming and panning, and the ability to customize text on the […]

Presenting with Other Tools

Digital Library images can be downloaded for use in classroom presentations and non-commercial educational uses. If you have a preferred presentation software (PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi, etc.), please find your download options below. Presentation Options Download Groups directly to PowerPoint Download single images and place them into your presentation tool of choice Download entire Groups as […]

Convert an OIV presentation to PowerPoint – Mac only

For Mac users, you can use the print feature to create PDF-style pages from your presentation, that you can then open in PowerPoint and present as usual. Choose File from the menu, then choose Print–>Slides. The dialog window will display several print templates, choose the first layout that shows a single, gray box and adjust margins […]

Quiz Mode in Fullscreen

Need to study for an exam? Quiz mode has you covered! When in fullscreen mode, you can click Quiz mode in the lower right corner to view the items in your opened group or search results without visible metatdata. This is a great way to quiz your knowledge of items in preparation for an exam. […]

Multi-view items

What’s in this article: About multi-view items Working with multi-view items: View Compare About multi-view items Multi-view items enable multiple views of a single object. For example, a postcard is a single object with two dimensions: a front and a back. With multi-view items, both dimensions would be captured and displayed within the same digital […]

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