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Building an Omeka Exhibit at the Fisher Fine Arts Library: Examples

A guide for using Omeka and Neatline in the humanities

Penn Example 1

The University of Pennsylvania, the Ancient Near East, and the Middle East: Connected Histories


The Artists' Books Showcase


The Artists' Books Showcase, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University


Penn Example 2

City Plans: Philadelphia 1945-1990, University of Pennsylvania


Wellesley neatline

Mapping Mythology, Wellesley College



Historic Dress: The Center for the Study of Clothing, Costume, Fashion, and Culture


Anne Whitney

A collaborative project by the American Antiquarian Society and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County