Workshop: Building Visual Essays using Juncture
Oct. 18 | 3:30-4:50 PM | Cofrin Library 304 & Zoom
Join the UW-Green Bay libraries, CATL, and Kristopher Purzycki (English & Humanities) for a workshop with our UW-Milwaukee colleague, Ann Hanlon (Head of UW-Milwaukee’s Digital Humanities Lab). In this workshop, Ann will provide a brief overview about what Juncture is, how it can be used to build visual essays, and strategies for collecting images from digital collections and repositories to use in your visual essays.
Juncture is an open-source framework to build multimedia exhibits that enables authors to build simple or complex narratives, building on other open tools. Tap into existing digital collections and incorporate high resolution images, zooming capabilities, the ability to highlight specific areas of an object, and provide context and narrative. All with web-based tools that are available to anyone! No experience necessary and all are welcome.
Please register here: Building Visual Essays using Juncture Registration and email Kate Farley (email@example.com) with questions or concerns.