Once completed proposals are forwarded on to the Omeka Users Group for review and approval decisions. Exhibit Curator/Project Lead Name * Position/Title * Library or Academic Department * Email Phone * Exhibit ContributorsExhibit Contributor 1 Name Position/Title Library or Academic Department Email Phone Exhibit Contributor 2 (Click to add a second Contributor) Name Position/Title Library or Academic Department Email Phone Exhibit Contributor 3 (Click to add a third Contributor) Name Position/Title Library or Academic Department Email Phone Omeka Expert User to Assist with Online Exhibition Name Position/Title Library or Academic Department Email Phone Exhibition Information Working Title Description of the Proposed Exhibition * Include overview of exhibition narrative, target audience, event & programing possibilities, and the desired outcomes/impact. Discuss the importance of this exhibition as it relates to the YUL’s collections and overall mission of the Library or University. Library Collection(s) From Which Exhibition Will Be Drawn Please indicate whether or not you have discussed your exhibition plans with a representative of the collection(s). Digitization Have materials been scanned for online exhibition, per Omeka guidelines? * - Select -YesNo Please consult the Omeka Online Exhibitions guide, particularly the Handbooks and FAQ: http://guides.library.yale.edu/omeka/handbooks http://guides.library.yale.edu/omeka/faq Are any materials under copyright? * - Select -YesNoI'm not sure Materials published in the United States before 1923 are in public domain and freely available for use. For materials in copyright or from other countries, please use our Fair Use Analysis Tool worksheet and consult Yale University's Guide to Rights Clearance. Please explain What is the timeframe for mounting the online exhibition? * Are there any plans for publicizing the online exhibition? Was there or will there be a physical exhibition counterpart? Yes No Date of exhibition By submitting a proposal, you agree to abide by the terms of the Online Exhibition policies laid out in the Omeka Online Exhibitions Guide: http://guides.library.yale.edu/omeka/gettingstarted What is required of an Omeka online exhibition curator? Curators are responsible for contacting the Omeka Expert Users Group to request access to Omeka. Curators will take full responsibility for creating the online exhibition, which includes: Gather metadata for exhibition materials. Gather and format images of exhibition materials. Confirm fair use of each image using Fair Use Analysis Tool worksheet. Prepare additional content such as narrative text and captions. Plan the narrative sequence and layout for the exhibition. Build the exhibition in Omeka using the above components. The curator is responsible for addressing any issues that may arise regarding content or copyright. Students may assist in exhibition creation at the curator's discretion. What does maintaining an Omeka online exhibition involve? The Omeka online exhibition curator is responsible for reviewing their own exhibitions at least once every year, or following a major Omeka upgrade. The Omeka Expert Users Group will notify all curators when a major Omeka upgrade occurs. Any problems found during review must be addressed by the curator. If an Omeka online exhibition curator leaves Yale University Library, they must designate another person from the sponsoring department to continue reviews going forward. CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.