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If you are interested in using Omeka for your class or for a project, you will need to contact Carey Heatherly to set up your Omeka page.
Omeka Add Ons
Once you have your Omeka page created, you can improve upon it through additional themes and plugins. Check out the following sites. If you want to include any of these add-ons with your Omeka page, please contact Carey Heatherly.
There are tons of plugins for Omeka. Check out this list to see if any of these can help you improve your Omeka page.
Dublin Core is used to organize the metadata for Omeka. Quite simply, this is the description of your items. Professors can decide if they want to use standard descriptors or allow students to come up with their own. Keep in mind that these descriptors are what make the items searchable. Misspellings and/or non-standardization can create problems with searching.
An interactive digital archive that profiles the life, religion, culture, politics, and history of Medieval Europe. This Omeka archive is a class project compiled by students in HIST 447/547 with Dr. Robert Barone
The link below will take you to a list of sites that use Omeka. Use this for ideas as you consider how to use your site. We encourage you to examine how others at Montevallo have used Omeka by checking out the class Omeka sites located on this guide.