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HuNI Melbourne LODLAM 2012-04-17

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Humanities Networked Infrastructure at Melbourne Linked Open Data, Libraries Archives and Museums event 2012-04-17

Humanities Networked Infrastructure at Melbourne Linked Open Data, Libraries Archives and Museums event 2012-04-17

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  • 1. HuNI Conal TuohyVictorian eResearch Strategic Initiative conal.tuohy@versi.edu.au @conal_tuohy
  • 2. HuNIHumanities Networked Infrastructure Its pronounced “honey”
  • 3. NeCTARNational eResearch Collaboration Tools and ResourcesFederal government project$47 million over 2 yearsVirtual Laboratories (including HuNI)eResearch ToolsResearch Cloud
  • 4. The HuNI ConsortiumThe University of QueenslandAustralian National UniversityDeakin UniversityFlinders UniversityMacquarie UniversityThe University of New South WalesThe University of SydneyThe University of Melbourne
  • 5. The DataAustralian Dictionary of Biography (ADB),AustLit,AusStage,Designers and Art Australian Online (DAAO),Cinema and Audiences Research Project (CAARP),AUSTLANG: Australian Indigenous Languages Database,AIATSIS Mura catalogue,bonza: National Cinema and Television Database,
  • 6. Data SetsProviders are at different institutionsDifferent subject domainsHosted on different software platformsVarious levels of LOD-nessVarious levels of technical expertise
  • 7. AggregationSome providers are 5-star LOD heroes alreadySome have got OAI-PMH servers providing structured data in XMLSome have got other standard interfaces such as the library search protocol Z39.50Some have got websites made of out small pieces of string and glueWe aim to support them all!
  • 8. SyndicationQuery the LOD using SPARQLAccess RDF graphs via HTTPAccess the data as RSS, Atom, etc.Access the data through custom tools (annotators, mashup tools)Embed data in web pages using HuNI-supplied widgets:<script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://www.huni.net.au/js/related-links.js”/>