Here Be Dragons Knowing Where the World Ends Leigh Dodds Chief Technology Officer Ingenta
MEDIEVAL MAPPING
LANDMARKS Defining landmarks on the open data landscape
Points of Reference
Five W’s (and one H) I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And ...
FRBR
Data Standards
Measuring Success
SAFE GROUND How do we know what is stable territory?
Preservation "...let us save what remains; not by vaults and locks which fence them from the public eye and use in co...
Publishers  &  the DOI
EXPOSURE What are our points of exposure?
Legal Issues
Data Security
BARTERING WITH THE NATIVES How do we enable free exchange of data?
Due Diligence
Me an s of  Access
THE WARY TRAVELLER Some thoughts on data portability
Return of the King
CONCLUSIONS Questions? Images courtesy of Wikipedia  &  Karen’s Whimsy
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  • Here Be Dragons

    1. 1. Here Be Dragons Knowing Where the World Ends Leigh Dodds Chief Technology Officer Ingenta
    2. 2. MEDIEVAL MAPPING
    3. 3. LANDMARKS Defining landmarks on the open data landscape
    4. 4. Points of Reference
    5. 5. Five W’s (and one H) I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who. Rudyard Kipling, “ The Elephant’s Child”, 1902
    6. 6. FRBR
    7. 7. Data Standards
    8. 8. Measuring Success
    9. 9. SAFE GROUND How do we know what is stable territory?
    10. 10. Preservation "...let us save what remains; not by vaults and locks which fence them from the public eye and use in consigning them to the waste of time, but by such a multiplication of copies, as shall place them beyond the reach of accident." -- Thomas Jefferson, 1791
    11. 11. Publishers & the DOI
    12. 12. EXPOSURE What are our points of exposure?
    13. 13. Legal Issues
    14. 14. Data Security
    15. 15. BARTERING WITH THE NATIVES How do we enable free exchange of data?
    16. 16. Due Diligence
    17. 17. Me an s of Access
    18. 18. THE WARY TRAVELLER Some thoughts on data portability
    19. 19. Return of the King
    20. 20. CONCLUSIONS Questions? Images courtesy of Wikipedia & Karen’s Whimsy
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