What is Gallery?
Gallery (MDID3) is a digital media management system with tools for discovering, collecting, and presenting digital media. It offers an on-campus, password-protected service where images and slideshows are stored and backed up.
Gallery (MDID3) works in a variety of learning spaces, including projecting images in the classroom or making slideshows available for students in Blackboard. JMU developed Gallery (MDID3) in 1997 in response to the increased demand for images to meet curriculum needs within the School of Art and Art History. Gallery (MDID3) has evolved into a cross-disciplinary instructional application used at several hundred institutions in the United States and around the world under an open source license.
On Wednesday, January 2nd the Gallery server was upgraded to the latest version of the Madison Digital Imaging Database software, version 3 (aka MDID3). All images and slideshows were transferred, and can be found in the Organize menu under “Your Presentations” (slideshows) and “Your Content” (images) after login.
If you have questions or require training for the new software, please contact the ISC at 215-204-8000 or request help at http://tuhelp.temple.edu.
Gallery (MDID3) Reference Guides
Gallery, Getting Started (pdf)
Gallery, An Overview (video-PC & MAC Version)
Gallery, An Overview (video- iPad Version)
Gallery Training Manual, A Step-by-Step Guide (pdf)
Gallery Training Manual, A Step-by-Step Guide (Word Version)
Using the Media Viewer in the Classroom (pdf)