Historical Map Resources
- The Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library
- The David Rumsey Map Collection
- Harvard WorldMap Warper
- New York Public Library Map Warper
- The Official Omeka Documentation is always a good place to start
- Miriam Posner’s Up and Running with Omeka.net
- U-Me New Media’s Screencast How to Put a Collection Online walks through exhibit building in Omeka.net.
- Arden Kirkland’s screencast on Using Omeka with Students (and here’s part 2 and part 3)
- Of course, the Official Neatline Documentation
- From Haverford College, Neatline Tutorial in Neatline!
- A NITLE Presentation on Geotemporal Storytelling with Neatline by the Neatline team
- Post introducing the new (and beta) NeatlineText plugin.
Model Neatline Exhibits
- David McClure, Project Gemini over Baja California Sur. Also useful is McClure’s blog post about creating this exhibit.
- ——, Minard + Napoleon + Neatline (see also the introductory post).
- All the demo exhibits from the Neatline website.
- Undergraduate student project on the 1919 Molasses Flood.
- Undergraduate student project on the Boston Harbor Islands.