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Linked Data and the Semantic Web: Current Trends and Opportunities

University Library (March 4, 2019)


MAJOR SPEAKER : Schreur, Philip E., Xia, Cuijuan, Lam, Ki Tat, Chen, Sophy Shujun
LENGTH : 169 min.
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SUMMARY : Linked data for libraries : library liberator or disruptive innovation / Dr. Philip E. Schreur -- Publishing library data as linked open data : methods, technologies and workflow / Xia Cuijuan -- Implementing knowledge card to enhance information discovery through bibliographic linked data / Ki Tat Lam -- Linked data for digital scholarship : the cases of Chinese rare books and Chinese personal names & biographies in Academia Sinica / Sophy Shu-jun Chen "The Semantic Web concept is to link the data in the Web and identify the relationships among them. In moving towards the Semantic Web, the Library community and cultural heritage sectors are developing linked data projects to optimize the discovery and exchange of data. This Symposium will provide updates on the development of BIBFRAME 2.0 which aims to replace MARC metadata standards. It will examine how to enrich library data with additional information and relations. And it will discuss applying linked data in digital scholarship – with the goal of enabling data from different resources to be effectively interconnected"  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

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