This reference manual covers everything from how to create an item to configuring the Dropbox plugin. This is a good place to start if you are just learning to use Omeka on your own, or if you need a supplement to a course session or workshop.
This reference manual covers everything related to Omeka S, the newest platfrom from Omeka. Omeka S is ideal if you are have multiple datasets which would benefit from relationships between the items, or looking to build many sites from a shared pool of resources.
This guide provides step-by-step walkthroughs of some of the most common Omeka use cases.
This project is an interactive series of activities that introduce you to the ways you can use Omeka - all built within Omeka!
Whether you are just getting started using Neatline, or looking for a guide on how to use more advanced options including Neatline Widgets and custom styles, this is the best place to start.
Are you hosting your own instance of Omeka and interested in doing some custom development? Check out Omeka's Developer's Guide. (Note: this is not available for Penn Library Hosted instances)
Omeka sites are organized using items, exhibits and collections.
Plugins allow you to extend the functionality of your site. A list of plugins available for download is on the Plugins Add-Ons Directory (please note that, and instructions are available on each plugin's documentation page. More information about adding and managing plugins can be found in the Omeka Classic User Manual. We recommend that you research and work with officially approved Omeka plugins for a safer experience.
Themes determine the the look and feel of the public side of your Omeka site. Most themes have a number of settings which can be customized by superusers on the site. More information about adding and managing themes can be found in the Omeka Classic User Manual. We recommend you do some research and work with officially approved Omeka themes for a safer experience.