Omeka S is a web publication system for universities, galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. It consists of a local network of independently curated exhibits sharing a collaboratively built pool of items, media, and their metadata. This software is currently in a released, alpha version, but development is open and ongoing.
A flexible web publishing platform for the display of library, museum and scholarly collections, archives and exhibitions.
Gives administrators the ability to create a hierarchical tree of their collections.
Makes an Omeka site into one that accepts public contributions. The plugin provides a form to collect stories, images, or other files from the public and manages those contributions in your Omeka archive as items. This contribution is useful when creating digital memory banks
forked from wcaleb/omekadd
Python script for exporting metadata from Omeka to a CSV file via the Omeka API.
forked from zerocrates/Html5Media
Adds an HTML5 media player to Omeka with MediaElement.js.
Allows users to import items from a simple CSV (comma separated values) file, and then map the CSV column data to multiple elements, files, and/or tags. Each row in the file represents metadata for a single item. This plugin is useful for exporting data from one database and importing that data into an Omeka site.
Allows users to develop online interpretive exhibits that combine items in the Omeka archive with narrative text. The plugin provides pre-built themes and layouts, and a WYSIWYG visual editor, to build complex pages.
Enable an autosuggest feature for Omeka elements using the Library of Congress Authorities and Vocabularies service: http://id.loc.gov