About the Webinar
The library and cultural institution communities have generally accepted the vision of moving to a Linked Data environment that will align and integrate their resources with those of the greater Semantic Web. But moving from vision to implementation is not easy or well-understood. A number of institutions have begun the needed infrastructure and tools development with pilot projects to provide structured data in support of discovery and navigation services for their collections and resources.
Join NISO for this webinar where speakers will highlight actual Linked Data projects within their institutions—from envisioning the model to implementation and lessons learned—and present their thoughts on how linked data benefits research, scholarly communications, and publishing.
Jon Voss - Strategic Partnerships Director, We Are What We Do
LODLAM + Historypin: A Collaborative Global Community
Matt Miller - Front End Developer, NYPL Labs at the New York Public Library
The Linked Jazz Project: Revealing the Relationships of the Jazz Community
Cory Lampert - Head, Digital Collections , UNLV University Libraries
Silvia Southwick - Digital Collections Metadata Librarian, UNLV University Libraries
Linked Data Demystified: The UNLV Linked Data Project
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