The following plugins may be downloaded separately and installed to work with Omeka 1.x. Some have versions that are compatible with the more recent Omeka 2.x series. All plugins compatible with Omeka 2.x can be found here. Helpful instructions for installing plugins are on the codex.
Adds the Atom Syndication Format to the list of available output formats.
Implements the BagIt specification for storing collections of files. Adds an administrative interface that allows users to (a) generate and export Bags containing files on the site and (b) import Bags and make their contents available through the Dropbox interface.
Posts items to SoundCloud as they are saved.
Searches other catalogs for records related to Omeka items
Adds COinS metadata to item pages, making them Zotero readable.
Gives administrators the ability to create a hierarchical tree of their collections.
Allows commenting on Items, Collections, Exhibits, and more
Adds a Creative Commons License Chooser to the admin interface and extends Omeka items to be associated with individual CC licenses.
Imports items, tags, and files from CSV files.
Recreate (or create) derivative images.
Embeds a DjVu document viewer into item show pages. Only Djvu documents are supported.
Embeds a Google document viewer into item show pages. PDF documents, PowerPoint presentations, TIFF files, and some Microsoft Word documents are supported.
Allows users to upload files outside of Omeka and batch-add many files at once.
Adds the full set of Dublin Core properties to the existing Dublin Core element set, including element refinements and supplemental elements. See DCMI Metadata Terms: http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-terms/
Imports EAD files into database.
Build rich exhibits using Omeka.
Adds location info and maps to Omeka
Hide admin-specified metadata elements.
Enables HTML5 for media files using MediaElement.js.
Gives administrators the ability to resize image derivatives.
Gives administrators the ability to custom order items in collections.
Allows administrators to define relations between items.
Enable an autosuggest feature for Omeka elements using the Library of Congress Authorities and Vocabularies service: http://id.loc.gov
Adds a MediaRSS feed to your page templates, making them available to the Cooliris Firefox extension.
Creates user logins, item favoriting, and the ability for users to create posters with their favorited items.
Plot archives, objects, and concepts in space and time.
Allows administrators to draw things on maps and associate them with an Omeka item.
Connect Omeka with Geoserver, a powerful open-source geospatial server.
Harvests metadata from OAI-PMH data providers.
Exposes Omeka items as an OAI-PMH repository.
Creates PBCore element set and related output format.
Extracts text from PDF files so they can be browsed and searched.
Replaces DC:Title field in all public/admin views with the PBCore:Title field.
Adds the ability to transcribe items using the Scripto library.
Allows administrators to configure metadata fields to link to items with same field value
Allows Shared Shelf users to publish image files and data records from a project in Shared Shelf, an online media management software from ARTstor, to Omeka collections. Shared Shelf is a subscription-based service.
Adds a simple contact form for users to contact the administrator.
Allows administrators to create simple web pages for their public site.
A simple way to create controlled vocabularies.
Uses AddThis to insert a customizable list of social bookmarking sites on each item page.
Integrate Apache Solr into Omeka for primary searching.
License: MIT Open Source License
Automatically tweets out the title and link to a new public addition to the Omeka archive.
Adds Wikipedia citations codes to each public item or collection.