Intro to Mirador for Curators
You may already have noticed that the image viewer for exhibit items has changed to Mirador: a zoomable, configurable, and annotatable image viewer that allows you to compare images across different collections (see projectmirador.org for more or click here to see a demo). The Mirador viewer appears in the main item view page (Curation > Items > click on any item) and anywhere an item is embedded, for example on a feature page.
(If you don't want to use the Mirador viewer, use the "Uploaded Item Row" block.)
For a guide to navigating and using the Mirador, see the MIT Libraries' "Using the IIIF Mirador Viewer," or go to the next page to learn about more features.