Courses adopting Omeka
- Hist 5010: Digital History, taught by Cathy Moran Hajo, William Paterson University History Department, Master of Arts program, Spring 2013. Student site on New Jersey history made with Omeka
- English 395: Fantastic Voyages, taught by Devin Griffiths, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2012. Students produced an online edition of a previously unpublished text. The Peries Project
- G57.2033: Creating Digital History, taught by Dr. Cathy Moran Hajo, New York University Archives and Public History Program, Fall 2010, 2011, 2012 -- Student site on Greenwich Village history made with Omeka
- LIS 462: Digital Libraries, taught by Dr. Candy Schwartz, Simmons University, Fall 2009 -- Student site made with Omeka
- G57.2033: Creating Digital History, taught by Dr. Amanda French, New York University, Fall 2009 -- Student sites made with Omeka
Articles on Teaching with Omeka
- Jeffrey McClurken (Associate Professor and Chair of History and American Studies at the University of Mary Washington). "Teaching with Omeka". ProfHacker blog, Chronicle of Higher Education, August 9, 2010.
- Jeffrey McClurken (Associate Professor and Chair of History and American Studies at the University of Mary Washington), "Teaching and Learning with Omeka: Discomfort, Play, and Creating Public, Online, Digital Collections," Learning Through Digital Media Experiments in Technology and Pedagogy, 2011.
- Devin Griffiths. "Teaching With Omeka: Presenting the Peries Project". devolution. May 9, 2012.