As a researcher or student, use our Recogito platform to annotate your source material (texts, images and tables) with links to other online resources that refer to the same places.
If you produce or curate digital data, use our ‘How-to’ Guide to tools and Best Practices to expose your content in ways that connect it with other material, increasing visibility and re-use.
If you are a researcher or student, use our experimental Peripleo search service to explore content across a wide variety of community-owned and annotated data.
If you produce or curate digital data, use the Pelagios API to integrate related content from the Pelagios community into your own web resource.
Join the community
If you want to get involved, there are many ways to become part of the Pelagios Community. You can join our mailing list and stay up to date about our activities, and join the discussions about semantic annotation of place references; the interlinking of online historical, cultural and archaeological resources; and/or the use of Pelagios tools.
You can read about the Community’s work on the blog or you can decide to join one (or more) of our Working Groups. You can also take part to one of our many workshops, seminars and events or follow us on Twitter.