Tampa, Florida, USA
IIIF is an emerging standard for sharing digital structural metadata. OCLC is an active member of the IIIF community and has been working to integrate the standard in is services/products. This talk discusses the experimental IIIF work being done by OCLC Research to help test evolving IIIF standards and help integrate them into production services.
File: pptx, 49MB Topics: IIIF, Linked Data
Indianapolis, IN, USA
The CONTENTdm Linked Data pilot explores how to convert CONTENTdm data into linked data, how to curate the data in the Wikibase infrastructure, and how to use the data to improve end-user experiences in CONTENTdm. This presentation covers the background research that led to the development of the pilot, the plans for the 3 phases of the pilot, and some early feedback from one of the pilot participants.
File: pptx, 22MB Topics: Linked Data, IIIF
OCLC Research is participating in the IIIF Discovery Working Group's on-going effort to develop a "Change Discovery API". The Change Discovery API will provide the information needed to discover and subsequently make use of IIIF resources.
File: ppt, 68MB Topics: IIIF, Linked Data
Leiden, The Netherlands
As the volume of digitized heritage collections continues to grow, memory institutions are challenged to making this open content discoverable and usable across repositories. At this mini-symposium in Leiden, guests learn about research & development work done in the area of digital image interoperability (IIIF), corpus-building and deep interactions with open collections by OCLC, and latest developments at Europeana and the Global Digitised Dataset Network
File: video, 80 minutes Topics: Open Access, IIIF
Columbus, OH (USA)
Huddleston and Mixter provide an overview of IIIF Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and how OCLC is using them across services, as well as our work in supporting standards with other organizations.
File: pptx, 16.8MB Topics: IIIF