Thanks Pablo! Is it possible the other way around as well?
That is, can Koha display the information for objects or items in Omeka? David Nind David Nind | david.n...@gmail.com PO Box 12367, Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand 6144 m. +64 21 0537 847 On 12 April 2018 at 17:35, Pablo Bianchi <pablo.bian...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi David, > > I just replied > <https://twitter.com/_pablobianchi/status/984302307968864256> to Ed. I > used OAI-PMH, it was easy and fun! > > Regards, > Pablo > > > > > 2018-04-11 16:36 GMT-03:00 David Nind <david.n...@gmail.com>: > >> Has anyone integrated Koha and Omeka (http://omeka.org/), and is able to >> help Ed Veal (https://twitter.com/edveal)? >> >> See Ed's tweet: >> https://twitter.com/edveal/status/983498140912439296 >> >> I'm guessing this is possible using something like Koha's support for open >> standards such as Z39.50 or OAI-PMH. >> >> However, I have no real idea about this (and am being a bit lazy not >> trying >> to figure it out myself!). >> >> Any pointers or resources I can pass on would be great. >> >> Thanks. >> >> David Nind | david.n...@gmail.com >> PO Box 12367, Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand 6144 >> m. +64 21 0537 847 >> _______________________________________________ >> Koha mailing list http://koha-community.org >> Koha@lists.katipo.co.nz >> https://lists.katipo.co.nz/mailman/listinfo/koha >> > > _______________________________________________ Koha mailing list http://koha-community.org Koha@lists.katipo.co.nz https://lists.katipo.co.nz/mailman/listinfo/koha