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Georgia (regional) linked data discussion group

I can’t remember if I posted this here before, but if you are interested, this discussion group about linked data was started by Laura @ Emory, Doug G @ Ga Tech and a little help from me. Please feel free to join us – (and it does not matter what kind of library you are in or how much you know – or don’t – about ...

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Semantic web, linked data – libraries in Georgia

Laura, Doug & I will be discussing linked data, semantic web and library projects (including what Emory is up to) at COMO on Thursday. I will also be doing a more general metadata session on Thursday morning. In addition to all of that Doug and Laura have started GLAMLOD as a discussion group for linked data, semantic web, and metadata topics — not necessarily limited ...

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Linked data, Libraries – How, Why & MARC

Two excellent presentations together, one focused on MARC/linked data; the second focuses on user experience but in terms of how linked data and the FRBR (Functional Requirements of Bibliographic Records) model could possibly impact that experience. The first (Philip E. Schreur, Stanford) focuses on bibliographic data and MARC.  Really great overview and explanation of linked data and its potential impact on libraries with a focus ...

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Semantic web, linked data & metadata proposals for GLA

I thought you might like to see what I’m pitching for GLA/COMO this year. If either of these do not make the program, I will shop them around elsewhere: Proposal 1 (Solo):Metadata makes the world go round: an introduction to metadataDid you know metadata is everywhere? Did you know that you are a metadata creator? This fun & dynamic intro to metadata explores how data ...

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