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Info 653 - Spring 2019 Project Posters

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Posters on radical cataloging, indigenous cataloging and cataloging street art

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Info 653 - Spring 2019 Project Posters

  1. 1. Radical CatalogingIndigenous Knowledge Organization Queer knowledge organization Emily Drabinski Queering rather than working within Seeking universal, “correct” language is undesirable Classification and subject language can never be corrected once and for all Sources: Rawson, K. J.. Archival justice: An interview with Ben Power Alwin. Radical History Review, 2015(122), 177–187. https://doi.org/10.1215/01636545-2849603 Drabinski, E. (2013). Queering the Catalog: Queer Theory and the Politics of Correction. The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy, 83(2), 94-111. doi:10.1086/669547 How traditional cataloging falls short: - Subject headings outdated, inaccurate, and lack specificity - Limits discoverability and access - Structures reflect 19th century worldviews and biases - Classification systems not designed by those who are “cultural authorities” Traditional Cataloging Falls Short LCSH naming practices reinforce colonial history of subjugation Indigenous peoples lack representation and voice in their cultural heritage SMA purposefully uses political subject headings to center LGBTQI experience ● Ourstory: general history ● Mental Illness System: reflects “pathology” School of Information Paolo Balboa, Owen Cobey, Cassia Kisshauer, Adrienne Lang,and Benjamin Ottenstein LIS 653-01: Knowledge Organization Contemporary Solutions “Indigenous” people are not a monolith Collaboration between non-dominant communities and cultural institutions Library of the Pride Community Services Organization 4-letter subject indication system built from the ground up based on their collection Sources: Vaughan, C. (2018). The Language of Cataloguing: Deconstructing and Decolonizing Systems of Organization in Libraries. Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, Vol 14. https://ojs.library.dal.ca/djim/article/view/7853/7247 Changing existing subject headings Crowd- sourcing cataloging Institution- Specific Organization Responses
  2. 2. 2006 2007 2017201620152014201320122011201020092008 USC develops Karma SAAM begins to publish LOD Natural Europe begins Natural Europe wraps AAC forms AAC publishes bulk of dataEuropeana’s data set is now LOD RM images enter public domain Phrase “Linked Open Data” coined by TBL LODLAM acronym coined Dijkshoorn, C. et al (2018) Knowledge Organization | Dr. C. Patuelli | Spring 2019 | Tina Chesterman, Heyrling Oropeza, & Anna Flinchbaugh Why Use Linked Data? ●Consistent with mandate to provide access ●Deepens possibilities for research and collaboration ●Increases and expands visitor engagement ●Reduce data storage costs Rijksmuseum Natural Europe AAC Getty ULAN GEMET WordNet How Does Linked Data Work? CIDOC CRM SKOS EDM RDF Items are identified with URIs and structured into RDF statements. The data is machine-readable, easily queried, and connected. OWL GEoNames DBpedia Uniport Art & Architecture Thesaurus Catalogue of Life (CoL) Case Studies Vocabulary Ontology Thesaurus Vocabulary Framework Properties: dc:creator dc:title dc:format dc:subject The Rijksmuseum Collection as Linked Data:

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