Presentations

Narrow by

Your selections:

Author

  • Karen Smith-Yoshimura (4) Remove

Year

Clear All

Author

  • Karen Smith-Yoshimura (4)

Year

  • 2018 (4)

Topics

Linked Data Implementations—Who, What, Why?

Linked Data Implementations—Who, What, Why?

By Karen Smith-Yoshimura

Semantic Web in Libraries (SWIB18)
Bonn (Germany)

Smith-Yoshimura delves into results from the 2018 International Linked Data Survey for Implementers, compares results to previous surveys, and provides insights into what libraries are doing in linked data.

File: pptx, 6.9MB   Topics: Linked Data

What’s Changed in Linked Data Implementations in the Last Three Years?

What's Changed in Linked Data Implementations in the Last Three Years?

By Karen Smith-Yoshimura

DLF 2018 Forum
Henderson, NV (USA)

Smith-Yoshimura delves into results from the 2018 International Linked Data Survey for Implementers, comparing results to the 2015 survey, and providing insights into what libraries are doing in linked data.

File: pptx, 6.2MB   Topics: Linked Data

Walk through 2018 International Linked Data Survey for Implementers Responses (video)

Walk through 2018 International Linked Data Survey for Implementers Responses (video)

By Karen Smith-Yoshimura

OCLC Research’s 2018 International Linked Data Survey for Implementers attracted responses from 81 institutions in 20 countries. Together, they described 104 linked data projects or services that have been or are being implemented. In this webinar, Karen Smith-Yoshimura goes over the results of the survey.

File: video, 38 minutes   Topics: Linked Data, Research Library Partnership, Works in Progress

Non-Latin Script Access: Past, Now, Future

Non-Latin Script Access: Past, Now, Future

By Karen Smith-Yoshimura

2018 ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition
New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)

Smith-Yoshimura details how experimentation with new models of description and access in a linked data environment and OCLC's full implementation of Unicode in WorldCat could lead to dramatic improvements of non-Latin script support in WorldCat in the near future.

File: pptx, 10.8MB   Topics: Metadata