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IIIF Showcase & Reception - Toronto - October 10, 2017

Join the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) community for an evening showcase to demonstrate the power and potential of interoperable image delivery on the Web. Embraced by a large and growing number of the world’s leading research and cultural heritage organizations, IIIF provides an open framework for publishing digital image-based resources, to be viewed, shared, cited, annotated, and more by any compatible image-viewing application. The program will provide an introduction to IIIF, exploring how institutions are leveraging IIIF to improve image delivery solutions, while simultaneously providing new and rich features and functionality for a world-class end user experience. As a community-driven initiative, we welcome anyone with an interest to participate in this growing movement and take advantage of the common framework.

This event will be valuable for organizational decision makers, repository and collection managers, software engineers; for cultural heritage or STEM (science / technology / engineering / medicine) institutions; or for anyone engaged with image-based resources on the Web. It is intended for people who are relatively new or have not been involved with IIIF in the past to quickly get up to speed and understand the community and its benefits.

This event will be conducted in English. Attendance is free, and widespread dissemination of the event is encouraged. Registration is required in order to ensure that we do not exceed the capacity of the venue.


·         Register at

·         Date: October 10, 4pm-8pm

·         Location: The University of Toronto Robarts Library

·         Cost: There is no cost to attend

·         Capacity: 70

·         Code of Conduct: The IIIF Code of Conduct applies

·         Social Media: Tweets about the event should use #iiif and @iiif_io


Tuesday, October 10

Robarts Library – Blackburn Room

o    3:30pm - Registration

o    4:00pm – Welcome

o    4:15pm – What is IIIF and what are the benefits?

o    5:00pm – Featured IIIF projects at the University of Toronto

o    5:15pm – Getting started with IIIF

o    5:35pm – Discussion and Q&A

Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

o    6pm-8:00pm - Reception


For those who may choose to stay overnight, two hotel blocks with discounted rates are available for October 10:

Park Hyatt Hotel (4 Avenue Road)

o    $269/night, single/double occupancy

o    Book at this address:

Holiday Inn Bloor Yorkville

o    One Queen bed: $179.99 single/double occupancy

o    Two Double beds: $184.99 single/double occupancy

o    Instructions for booking - use code “IFM” and mention the IIIF Fall Meeting

o    This rate expires September 10

Questions? Please contact Sheila Rabun at [log in to unmask]


Sheila Rabun

IIIF Community and Communications Officer

International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) Consortium

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