VCEditor: Managing and Mapping Images
VCEditor is a tool, built on VisCodex developed by the Old Books New Science Group at the University of Toronto and adhering to the VisColl Data Model v. 2.0. VCEditor makes it easy to model and visualize the physical construction of medieval manuscripts. You can register for an account on VCEditor here:
This is #1 of a series of in-depth workshops on various aspects of VCEditor. Led by Dot Porter, this workshop will walk through the process of uploading images from a computer or importing them from a IIIF manifest, and then mapping the images onto a diagram.
The Complete Series:
VCEditor: Building the Diagram - Friday, January 14 at 3pm ET / 12pm PT
VCEditor: Terms, Taxonomies, and Mapping - Friday, January 21 at 3pm ET / 12pm PT
VCEditor: Managing and Mapping Images - Friday, January 28 at 3pm ET / 12pm PT
VCEditor: Building VCEditor Models from Collation Formulas - Friday, February 4 at 3pm ET / 12pm PT
A parallel, identical series of workshops is being offered on Tuesdays at 10am ET / 3pm GMT in the same weeks as the workshops above. If you would rather register for one of those workshops, click here.