OCLC and Linked Data: An update on infrastructure testing and linked data quality
Learn more about OCLC's recent linked data work and the impact it will have on the library community.
Dit is een on-demand evenement.
On Wednesday, 27 October 2021, OCLC hosted a virtual meeting highlighting OCLC’s recent linked data work and the impact it will have on the library community. During this 1-hour meeting, NYU’s Charlene Chou along with OCLC experts Anne Washington and Laura Ramsey shared insights into OCLC’s Shared entity management infrastructure project.
Anne Washington, OCLC Product Analyst, began with:
- Latest project updates
- What we learned from recent testing
- Outcomes from OCLC’s data workshops
Laura Ramsey, OCLC Sr. Metadata Operations Manager, followed with:
- An overview of our quality composite work
- Insights into OCLC quality scores
Charlene Chou, NYU Head, Knowledge Access, concluded with:
- Challenges that NYU hopes to address with linked data technologies
- Observations from recently concluded testing
- Perspectives on OCLC’s data modeling
- Skills and competencies that will be important to metadata workers
These presentations were followed by questions and answers, and the session recording was shared via email with all registrants.