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Pre-panel presentation at the IFLA Satellite Linked Data in Libraries event at the Bibliotheque National de France in Paris. August 14th 2014

Pre-panel presentation at the IFLA Satellite Linked Data in Libraries event at the Bibliotheque National de France in Paris. August 14th 2014

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  • 1. Linked  Data  in  Libraries   IFLA  2014  Satellite  Meeting  –  BnF  Paris  –  14th  August  2014 Richard  Wallis Designing  Linked  Data   Software  &  Services  for   Libraries Technology  Evangelist   @rjw
  • 2. Linked  Data
  • 3. Linked  Data
  • 4. Linked  Data
  • 5. Linked  Data  for  libraries
  • 6. Linked  Data  for  libraries edition date  of  publication source ISBN author location holding classification publisher title
  • 7. Linked  Data  for  libraries edition date  of  publication source ISBN author location holding classification publisher title
  • 8. Linked  Data  for  libraries Work Place ConceptEvent Organization Person
  • 9. Work Place ConceptEvent Organization Person Bibliographic  Entities
  • 10. Work Place ConceptEvent Organization Person Cataloging Integration  with  the  web Cascading  updates More  options Intuitive  searching Bibliographic  Entities
  • 11. Bibliographic  Entities -­‐  In  the  Web  of  Data
  • 12. Linked  Data
  • 13. Linked  Data Why?
  • 14. Linked  Data Why? Why  do  libraries  catalogue?
  • 15. Linked  Data Why? Why  do  libraries  catalogue? So  people  can  find  their  stuff!
  • 16. Linked  Data Why? Why  do  libraries  catalogue? So  people  can  find  their  stuff! Why  should  we  adopt  Linked  Data?
  • 17. Linked  Data Why? Why  do  libraries  catalogue? So  people  can  find  their  stuff! Why  should  we  adopt  Linked  Data? So  people  can  find  our  stuff!
  • 18. Linked  Data
  • 19. • A  Technology • Standard  on  the  Web  –  RDF,  URIs,  Vocabularies • Identifying  and  Linking  resources  on  the  Web • Important  powerful  enabling  technology Linked  Data
  • 20. • A  Technology • Standard  on  the  Web  –  RDF,  URIs,  Vocabularies • Identifying  and  Linking  resources  on  the  Web • Important  powerful  enabling  technology • But  only  a  technology… Linked  Data
  • 21. • A  Technology • Standard  on  the  Web  –  RDF,  URIs,  Vocabularies • Identifying  and  Linking  resources  on  the  Web • Important  powerful  enabling  technology • But  only  a  technology…      for  the  systems  folks  to  worry  about Linked  Data
  • 22. • A  Technology • Standard  on  the  Web  –  RDF,  URIs,  Vocabularies • Identifying  and  Linking  resources  on  the  Web • Important  powerful  enabling  technology • But  only  a  technology…      for  the  systems  folks  to  worry  about • Real  benefits  flow  from: Entity  Based  Data  Architecture   Linked  Data
  • 23. • A  Technology • Standard  on  the  Web  –  RDF,  URIs,  Vocabularies • Identifying  and  Linking  resources  on  the  Web • Important  powerful  enabling  technology • But  only  a  technology…      for  the  systems  folks  to  worry  about • Real  benefits  flow  from: Entity  Based  Data  Architecture   Powered  by  Linked  Data Linked  Data
  • 24. The  Approach
  • 25. The  Approach Identify  the  entities  in  your  data
  • 26. The  Approach Identify  the  entities  in  your  data First  model  what  is  if  interest  to   the  Web
  • 27. The  Approach Identify  the  entities  in  your  data First  model  what  is  if  interest  to   the  Web Share  in  the  way  the  Web  does   Schema.org
  • 28. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software?
  • 29. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software? Architecture  that  recognizes  entities
  • 30. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software? Architecture  that  recognizes  entities Realize  workflow  benefits
  • 31. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software? Architecture  that  recognizes  entities Realize  workflow  benefits Link  to  authoritative  hubs  –  People,Places,Works,..
  • 32. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software? Architecture  that  recognizes  entities Realize  workflow  benefits Link  to  authoritative  hubs  –  People,Places,Works,.. Set  resources  in  a  global  context
  • 33. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software? Architecture  that  recognizes  entities Realize  workflow  benefits Link  to  authoritative  hubs  –  People,Places,Works,.. Set  resources  in  a  global  context Share  using  web  vocabularies  –  Schema.org
  • 34. So  what  does  this  mean   for  systems  &  software? Architecture  that  recognizes  entities Realize  workflow  benefits Link  to  authoritative  hubs  –  People,Places,Works,.. Set  resources  in  a  global  context Share  using  web  vocabularies  –  Schema.org Be  visible/discoverable  on  the  web
  • 35. Explore.  Share.  Magnify. Richard  Wallis Technology  Evangelist richard.wallis@oclc.org @rjw Designing  Linked  Data     Software  &  Services  for  Libraries