The IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) standard opens up a landscape of new opportunities for working with media in coursework. The McGraw Center has partnered with faculty, the University Library, the Princeton Art Museum, and the Visual Resources Collection in the department of Art & Archaeology, to take advantage of this standard.
Mirador integration in Canvas
Mirador is a popular , open-source web-based, multi-window image viewing platform with the ability to zoom, display, compare and annotate image collections from institutions around the world and here on campus. The McGraw Center offers an implementation of the Mirador Image Viewer asa tool integration (LTI) with the Canvas course management system.
Course collections in McGraw Commons (WordPress)
A plugin developed for the McGraw Commons, McGraw’s WordPress platform for course blogs, allows IIIF image collection “manifests” to be added to the Media Library of any course blog and individual images from those collections to be embedded in student blog posts.