Madoc is an Omeka S based platform for the display, enrichment, and curation of III-based digital objects. The platform is a combination of open source services and technology, bound together to provide a single management interface for IIIF collections. Madoc uses well defined Open web standards like IIIF, W3C Web Annotations and Linked Data.
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Madoc allows researchers and institutions to set up different kinds of projects, starting from existing IIIF manifests or collections:
- Image segmentation
- OCR correction
- Metadata enrichment or harvesting
- Annotation: entity caption
As project manager, you can:
- Assemble digital collections with IIIF objects from multiple archives, libraries and museums and build an interpretative web site around them.
- Run a crowdsourcing project and invite the public, researchers or students to contribute.
- Create a fully customizable 'capture model' to enrich digital objects and image regions with new transcriptions, translations, entities, tags, commentaries and other material.
- Import and enhance existing metadata and image annotations (such as f.ex. OCR or segmentation) with your own editorial content.
- Showcase and export the enriched digital collection.
Built by Digirati, Madoc is the product of work for several projects/institutions, including:
- DARIAH-VL VRE Service Infrastructure project: Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities & Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
- Indigenous Digital Archive: a project from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe, New Mexico, funded by an IMLS National Leadership Grant and a Knight Foundation Prototyping Grant.
- Crowdsourcing Platform for Wales: a project with the National Library of Wales, funded by the Welsh government, to build a reusable IIIF-based crowdsourcing platform.
This short presentation (2021, 8 min) explores the possibilities of Madoc to enrich the comics of Congolese artist Papa Mfumu'eto.
Involved Team Members: Davy Verbeke, Lise Foket and Frederic Lamsens