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how to get your archival data out of your system,         and what to do with it when you have.                       Beth...
Image used under CC licence from http://www.flickr.com/photos/kdashy/2678539087/You have valuable data that you want to sh...
Push discovery, help researchers findmore stuff, promote use of yourcollections, enable cool things like datamining and vi...
Check what formats you can export data in:                             ?EADOther forms of XMLCSVSQL text formatHTMLPlain t...
Image used under CC licence fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/asbjorn_floden/238070320/
Well, what do you want to do with it?Is your data in an appropriate format?                         Archive catalogues – E...
Well, what do you want to do with it?Think about your audience                Is your data content appropriate?     Will i...
Image used under CC licence fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/justanotherhuman/5795955558/
Image used under CC licence from                                   http://www.flickr.com/photos/kitta/30642918Are you havi...
Interoperability and data sharing: how to get your archival data our of your system, and what to do with it when you have
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Interoperability and data sharing: how to get your archival data our of your system, and what to do with it when you have

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Presentation give at the 2013 UK Archives Discovery Network (UKAD) forum http://www.ukad.org/forum2013/

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Interoperability and data sharing: how to get your archival data our of your system, and what to do with it when you have

  1. 1. how to get your archival data out of your system, and what to do with it when you have. Bethan Ruddock, UKAD Forum 2013 14:30, Room B
  2. 2. Image used under CC licence from http://www.flickr.com/photos/kdashy/2678539087/You have valuable data that you want to share… … but it’s locked inside a content management system
  3. 3. Push discovery, help researchers findmore stuff, promote use of yourcollections, enable cool things like datamining and visualisations, link to otherdata sets, make the most of your timeand effort, store data in sustainableformats, allow others to enhance yourdata, embed in other sites and catalogues
  4. 4. Check what formats you can export data in: ?EADOther forms of XMLCSVSQL text formatHTMLPlain text
  5. 5. Image used under CC licence fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/asbjorn_floden/238070320/
  6. 6. Well, what do you want to do with it?Is your data in an appropriate format? Archive catalogues – EAD Library catalogues – MODS XML Linked data – RDF/Dublin Core XMLIs it consistent? Transform it XSLT AtoM CSV Import
  7. 7. Well, what do you want to do with it?Think about your audience Is your data content appropriate? Will it enable your audience to answer their questions? Are you allowing them to use it? How is it licensed?
  8. 8. Image used under CC licence fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/justanotherhuman/5795955558/
  9. 9. Image used under CC licence from http://www.flickr.com/photos/kitta/30642918Are you having problems getting your dataout of your system? Wondering how totransform it? Want to know how others aredealing with licensing issues? Not sure whatuse cases there are for your data?

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