In this webinar session, we explore the experiences of national and research libraries in linked data exploration, looking at milestones over time.
File: video, 54 minutes Topics: Works in Progress, Linked Data
The presenters will provide an overview of a pilot project using CONTENTdm to build, preserve, and showcase their digital collections, discuss the lessons learned so far, and preview the work ahead.
File: video, 56 minutes Topics: Linked Data, Works in Progress
This webinar highlights some key lessons from our experiences in the OCLC Research’s Linked Data Wikibase Prototype (“Project Passage”) regarding Wikidata’s multilingual support. It focuses on two case studies from the upcoming report on the pilot: Chinese descriptions and representing works and their associated translations.
File: video, 53 minutes Topics: Linked Data, Research Library Partnership, Wikimedia, Works in Progress
Several research libraries have joined with OCLC in a joint research project prototyping a new suite of linked data services. In this webinar, learn about 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.
File: video, 60 minutes Topics: Linked Data, Wikimedia, Research Library Partnership, Works in Progress
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
This webinar recording will be of interest to catalogers, metadata librarians and curators of digitized special collections seeking models for making their digital collections more visible to Linked Open Data services and better connected to related resources on the Semantic Web.
File: video, 60 minutes Topics: Linked Data, Works in Progress, Archives and Special Collections