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From Prototype to Production: Turning Good Ideas into Useful Library Services

From Prototype to Production: Turning Good Ideas into Useful Library Services

By Andrew K. Pace and Holly Tomren

CNI Fall 2018 Membership Meeting
Washington, DC (USA)

This session explores two projects at different points of the prototype-to-production workflow: IIIF (integration of the International Image Interoperability Framework) into a digital discovery environment; and a Linked Data Wikibase prototype (reconciliation tool and editor built to match library metadata workflows) transitioning to production. Temple University presents from the experimenter and practitioner point of view.

File: pptx, 19.4MB   Topics: IIIF, Linked Data, Metadata Workflows

Linked Data: From Promise to Progress

Linked Data: From Promise to Progress

By Andrew Pace

MCLS Annual Meeting
Virtual

Pace details a recent effort to create a linked data prototype built on the Wikibase platform, providing use cases for the pilot project and key takeaways.

File: pptx, 7.1MB   Topics: Linked Data

Linked Data Reality Check

Linked Data Reality Check

By Andrew K. Pace

Computers in Libraries
Arlington, Virginia (USA)

Get a quick primer on linked data, view ideas for future application, and hear the latest from research libraries and OCLC Research from Andrew Pace.

File: pptx, 20MB   Topics: Linked Data

Prototyping a Linked Data Platform for Production Cataloging Workflows

Prototyping a Linked Data Platform for Production Cataloging Workflows

By Andrew K. Pace and Jason Kavari

CNI Spring 2018 Membership Meeting
San Diego, California (USA)

Cornell University, the University of California, Davis, and Montana State Library have joined OCLC in joint research project prototyping a new suite of linked data services. This unique project uses the out-of-the-box services from Wikibase and a high-quality set of name entities available from FAST, VIAF, and Wikidata to prototype services.

File: pptx, 14.3MB   Topics: Linked Data