This presentation summarized OCLC's findings on the impact of new workflows in the ground-shifting transition from traditional cataloging to linked data platforms, highlighted the integral engagement, participation, and feedback from OCLC members, and attempted to chart a linked data research path for the decade to come.
Recording available on LD4 on YouTube.
File: pdf, 2.5MB Topics: Linked Data
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Using the Wikibase Linked Data Prototype as an example, Pace will outline 5 simple steps for managing a complex project that will improve your chances for getting from an experiment to a production service.
File: pptx, 11MB Topics: Linked Data
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
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
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
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