Many thanks for sharing your method for displaying books, along with a link to your site.
I don’t want to derail this thread for my own purposes, but I’d be very interested in knowing exactly how you integrated the Archive.org book reader into Omeka S? While we’ve used both the Universal Viewer and Mirador viewers to display digitised books (from IIIF manifests), we’ve had a specific request for the ‘page turning’ animation, and the Archive.org BookReader looks the most obvious choice.
@AllanaMayer Many thanks for the detailed instructions. I’d not considered hosting material directly on Archive.org and then embedding it into Omeka S. Depending on our researchers’ willingness to host content externally, this may be an option we offer them.
@shijualex If you’re using a different approach, hosting material on a separate (IIIF) server or on Omeka S itself, it would be really good to hear your colleague’s method.
As per the bookreader spec, create a html file for your book using cantaloupe image server urls so that images are streamed directly from image server. Host this html in image server itself. since you may need both image server and normal http server ( apache / ngnix ) running on same box, you may need to setup reverse proxy.
take the html file url, and create an embedded code as below