• 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.

    PHP 75 16 Updated May 23, 2017
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  • Documentation and tutorials for theme and plugin developers

    Python 3 18 Updated May 23, 2017
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  • Documentation for Omeka S developers

    2 2 Updated May 22, 2017
  • Heist is a plugin to help the interaction between tabletop displays at a GLAM and mobile devices. It is only important to institutions using OmekaEverywhere.

    PHP Updated May 19, 2017
  • A flexible web publishing platform for the display of library, museum and scholarly collections, archives and exhibitions.

    PHP 190 138 Updated May 12, 2017
  • End user documentation for Omeka Everywhere

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  • Incorporate Google Analytics into your Omeka site.

    PHP 2 4 Updated May 8, 2017
  • Adds an Editorial block to Omeka Exhibits for private commentary and discussion of Exhibits in progress.

    PHP Updated May 3, 2017
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  • Omeka S End User documentation. Scroll down for an index and more information

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  • Threaded discussion of Omeka Items and other records

    PHP 2 4 Updated Apr 27, 2017
  • A colorful theme with a configuration option to switch style sheets for a particular season. For version 1.2 and above, Seasons offers the style sheets of earlier themes, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.

    CSS 4 13 Updated Apr 25, 2017
  • Abstraction of the Making the History of 1989 theme.

    CSS 3 9 Updated Apr 17, 2017
  • Adds the full set of Dublin Core properties to the existing Dublin Core element set, including element refinements and supplemental elements. See: http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-terms

    PHP 5 8 Updated Apr 12, 2017
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  • 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.

    PHP 18 34 Updated Feb 28, 2017
  • 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.

    PHP 15 23 Updated Feb 27, 2017
  • 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

    PHP 7 9 Updated Feb 21, 2017
  • Gives administrators the ability to create a hierarchical tree of their collections.

    PHP 5 5 Updated Feb 16, 2017
  • Use Omeka 2.1's API to do an Omeka site-to-site import

    PHP 2 1 Updated Feb 10, 2017
  • Allows administrative users to save geolocation data for an individual item. The plugin generates a Google map containing items with geolocation data and a web page for displaying the map. As of version 1.2, this plugin no longer requires a Google Maps key.

    PHP 10 19 Updated Feb 9, 2017
  • Enable an autosuggest feature for Omeka elements using the Library of Congress Authorities and Vocabularies service: http://id.loc.gov

    PHP 2 3 Updated Feb 8, 2017
  • Adds the ability to transcribe items using the Scripto library.

    PHP 14 11 Updated Feb 7, 2017
  • Python script for exporting metadata from Omeka to a CSV file via the Omeka API.

    Python 4 9 Updated Feb 2, 2017
  • An energetic two-column theme, with three different style sheet options. Works with Omeka versions 1.2 and above.

    CSS 4 1 Updated Jan 31, 2017
  • Clean lines, architectural.

    CSS 3 Updated Jan 31, 2017