Tome Courses offer students and teachers an engaging platform for media-rich, collaborative teaching and learning. Blogs, discussions, and student research, can be published and archived in real time.Tome is a user-friendly online publishing platform that has been created to accommodate the needs of diverse groups with different skill sets. Tome’s many functions are easy to use and beautiful to navigate. Importantly, Tome does not require previous coding knowledge. As a multimedia platform, it enables authors to present different approaches to understanding a topic through a multivocality of perspectives and contrasting pieces of evidence. Tome’s media-rich capabilities include photo galleries, mapping, and the ability to pull video directly from various archives. It foregrounds research methodologies such as oral history and visual, aural, and movement analyses, while offering full bibliographical and referencing options. While other content management platforms employ digital media to activate archives and produce narratives that center on textual and visual objects, Tome is specifically designed for scholars of performance. Through Tome, authors engage readers in an experiential process of knowledge-creation about performance as a form of embodied cultural production. Fostering accessible theorizations through scholarly narratives and sensorial storytelling, Tome replicates performance’s time-based character. Tome therefore enables authors to center issues of liveness, body-based behavior, temporality, spectatorship, and space—issues that are key to understanding performance as a mode of cultural production and memory transmission. Developed in accordance with the research interests and needs of scholars, artists, and activists who are part of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, Tome is specifically designed to accommodate several languages as well as collaborative authorship—in this way democratizing access to digital technologies across various levels of literacy. As a platform attuned to notions of place, space, and mapping, Tome is well-suited to engage the Institute’s broader themes of transit and exchange across the Americas. Through its flexibility and robustness, Tome embodies the Hemispheric Institute’s commitment to transnational, comparative, multilayered, and interdisciplinary scholarship and collaboration.