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Exploring Linked Data in Practice at Elsevier (W3C Affiliates Meeting 2010)

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  • 1. Bradley
P.
Allen,
Elsevier
LabsW3C
AC
Mee8ng,
Panel
on
Exploring
Linked
Data
In
Prac8ce,
2010‐03‐22 Cambridge,
MA,
USA
  • 2. Who
We
AreThe
world’s
largest
scien4fic
publisher Global Global Global community audience market 7,000 editors 15 million doctors, = + nurses and health + North 70,000 editorial America board members professionals 200,000 referees 10 million+ researchers in Europe 500,000+ authors 4,500 institutes Asia- Pacific 5 million students Science & Technology Health Sciences Science Journals (online and print) Global Medical Research Databases Global Clinical Reference Books (online and print) Clinical Decision Support Nursing & Health Professions U.S. Pharma EMEA & Latin America APAC 2
  • 3. Why
Linked
Data
Is
Important
To
UsOur
content
gains
value
by
working
with
the
Web ELS 3
  • 4. What
We
Plan
To
Do
With
Linked
DataDisaggregate
our
content… 4
  • 5. What
We
Plan
To
Do
With
Linked
Data…
into
meaningful
data… 5
  • 6. What
We
Plan
To
Do
With
Linked
Data…
then
re‐aggregate
it
into
new
informa4on
solu4ons 6
  • 7. How
We
Will
Do
ThisBy
thinking
outside
the
search
box• Build
out
linked
data
services
for
the
science,
technology
and medicine
(STM)
publishing
market – Expose
linked
data
for
our
primary
and
secondary
content – Link
out
to
emerging,
authorita8ve
ontologies
and
repositories – Generate
linked
data
for
partners’
content• Deliver
linked
data
to
support
user‐driven
innova8on – Foster
a
developer
ecosystem
using
our
services
as
a
plaRorm – Collaborate
in
building
needed
authorita8ve
resources
(e.g.
ORCID)• Establish
business
models
for
an
STM
Web
of
Data – The
Four
Principles
make
what
works
for
the
Web
of
Content
work
for the
Web
of
Data
without
modifica-on – Consider
LDOW
as
SEO
for
STM 7
  • 8. How
W3C
Can
HelpLeadership
and
guidance
that
drives
adop4on Vision Best Practices Standards Communities 8
  • 9. Thanks!b.allen@elsevier.com 9