Frankly my dear: National Library of Scotland's approach to open and linked data

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Presentation from lightning talk at 2nd UK Ontology Network Workshop, 11 April 2013. About the Library's development in open and linked open data and the challenges faced and addressed.

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Frankly my dear: National Library of Scotland's approach to open and linked data

  1. 1. PSI directive“Within 2 years we will make our data open.” NLS draft digital strategy
  2. 2. local & closed global & open DOD X data SL LOD in T DCstructuretDescription.titletKeyword.keywordtWho.who
  3. 3. local global & open digital db structure& closed tDescription.title tKeyword.keyword tWho.who digital db digital db in LOD
  4. 4. local global & open schema& closed structure tDescription.title R .org tKeyword.keyword tWho.who D MARC F DOD data DOD in DC m LOD a EDM p
  5. 5. ChallengesnlsThing35 hasSubject nlsSubject123nlsSubject123 hasLabel “Cantilever bridges”nlsSubject123 skos:exactMatch sh85016866
  6. 6. Thanks! gill hamilton g.hamilton@nls.uk Digital Access Manager National Library of ScotlandReferencesNational Library of Scotland http://www.nls.uk/ Open Knowledge Foundation http://okfn.org/NLS digital collections http://digital.nls.uk/ open metadata registry http://metadataregistry.org/NLS Scottish Screen Archive http://ssa.nls.uk/ Gone with the Wind photo http://bit.ly/16R2lOiNLS @ YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/NLofScotlandNLS @ Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlscotland/NLS @ the Data Hub http://datahub.io/dataset/nls-forthbridgeNLS @ open metadata registry http://metadataregistry.org/

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