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National Digital Library and LLD

  1. 1. Innovation and BusinessTransformation for Information Service ExcellenceNational Digital Library of Korea(Dibrary) and its Linked Data StrategyJinho Park Sam OhSenior Researcher, National Library of Korea Professor, Sungkyunkwan University LISISO/TC46 SC9 Korea Secretariat Affiliate Professor, University of Washington,Member of the International Relations iSchoolCommittee, Korean Library Association ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34 ChairCJKDLI Korea Working Group Leader ISO TC46/SC9 Chair DCMI Oversight CommitteeDecember 12, 2012 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Broadband and Information Technology Summit for Libraries 2012
  2. 2. 1. Dibrary Brand The brand name of the National Digital Library of Korea. Brand & Concept Brand DIGITAL + LIBRARY • High digital • Analog space where information technology + nature and human Concept become one “creating new digilog culture” 1
  3. 3. 2. Dibrary’s Vision A multicultural space harmonizing nature and cutting-edge digital facility. Nature • Sitting close to nature- friendly park Culture High-tech • Providing cultural • Integrating various space to all users Dibrary high digital technologies Openness • Offering convenient access for everyone 2
  4. 4. 3. Establishment BackgroundEstablishment of a new infrastructure, Dibrary. External Issues Internal Issues • Acceleration of • Increasing needs for the digitalizing data role and function as a processing infrastructure. digital multicultural space. • Necessity of The NLK’s • Providing solutions to the new role in the digital limited stacks issue and information era. Dibrary creating a new service area. “Integrate the latest “High quality digital Information technology information available to all into the library users” infrastructure” 3
  5. 5. 4. Vision, Principles, Goals Establishment of a new infrastructure, Dibrary. Vision Principles Goals Library Portal Integrated Management of Digital Collection Simple Search Interface Integration Integration Creation of the Portal Site International Standards Portal A Large Scale of Offering the Information Commons Information Resource openness Participations, Shared Environment Maintenance of the Digital Archives Openness Digital Archiving Operational Innovation on Various Digital System Digital Technology 4
  6. 6. 5. Functions & Roles Building a general digital information center considering synergy with The National Library of Korea. Main Facilities Information & Culture Facilities• Location • General Audio-Video Space, Global – a public square in front of Lounge, Digital Cluster, Multiplex, Media the National Library of Korea Center, Digital Meeting Room, Space for the Underprivileged Class, Exhibition• Area Hall, Digital Book Café… – 38,014㎡ (3 stories above ground Considering synergy Stacks • Incorporation with 5 stories underground) with the Nationalthe main Library building• Construction • Book stacks, non-book materials stacks, Library of Korea A thermo hygrostat control room, • Differentiation with – 2002~2008`(7years) digital knowledge and Document transfer room – May 2009(grand opening) information service• Total Cost Management Facilities – 117.9 million dollars • General planning group office, Information systems office, Digital information use office • Pathway connecting the main building, Machinery room, Electricity room, Parking lot 5
  7. 7. 6. Four Main Projects 4 main projects for The Dibrary(NDLK) Making an integrated IT Setting environment for infrastructure to make the integrated search of digital base of service. information Integrated IT infrastructure Portal System and Cooperation Network Integrated Service System Management System Building an integrated Creating a management service space of digital system of digital collections information 6
  8. 8. 7. Dibrary Service Providing an integrated search service through on-line and off-line. Dibrary Portal Dibrary Space On-line service Off-line service • Providing knowledge and contents experience using cutting- Digital edge digital facility information using on-line/mobile contents – Sorted by Data Type, Target, – Entertainment , media creation, Region, and Topic digital contents viewing, active exchange, information service, – Personalized service and Digital service for the underprivileged class cooperation network facility • Dibrary visitor influx through • Dibrary visitor influx through Internet space distinction 7
  9. 9. 8. Dibrary Portal A global portal providing high-quality digital knowledge and information to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Based on huge high-quality digital resources.. ..Providing integrated portal service to users • Book information • Search Service Contents Main • Academic data – Integrated search, directory scope Portal • Government service information • Participation Service • Regional information – Q&A, recommendation • Foreign information service • Author information • Sharing Service • Knowledge sharing – Sharing special knowledge, blog/community service • Application Service – API/RSS, statistics/evaluation • Policy information portal Sub Portal • Regional portal • Multicultural portal • Portal for the disabled9 8
  10. 10. 9. Dibrary Portal – Main portal service Providing integrated search service Main portal service menu Search Academic data Research information Foreign information Directory Q&A Knowledge sharing Recommendation Participation My library
  11. 11. 10. Dibrary Portal – Sub portal service 4 sub-portal services characterized by topic and users. Contents Policy information • Providing an integrated search service on the policy data of government departments and public institutions Regional • Codifying and securing regional information • Providing an integrated search service on regional academic research/knowledge and information Multicultural • Providing service for foreign workers, married immigrants, new settlers, foreign students, and natives • Providing an integrated search & community service based on 7 languages – Vietnamese, Chinese, English, Japanese, Tagalog, Thai and Korean Portal for • Providing an integrated search & a reading service on the disabled the available contents for the disabled – Strengthen users’ information access and convenience
  12. 12. 11. Dibrary Portal – Cooperation network sharing digital resources Developing cooperation network sharing and linking digital contents at home and abroad. Regional Information • Regional libraries • Public libraries • Collecting centers of regional knowledge Multicultural Information Main Portal Policy Information • Private contents • Overseas cultural • Policy information • Key sources of centers knowledge & sources of public • Multicultural information institutions information centers Organizations, • International individual • Overseas public organizations institutions Information for the disabled • Organizations & institutions for the disabled • Braille libraries
  13. 13. 12. Dibrary Space – Service Providing new service considering users’ convenience and participation. Dibrary Space Service Strengthen user convenience Consider the underprivileged class • Booking/guiding facility service • Providing facility service • Real time online Information helper • Face-to-face service & • Dibrary radio service education program • Mobile terminal rental service Providing open Extending users’ participation information Ensure simple management service • Digital text participation service • Remote Management System • UCC exhibition service
  14. 14. 13. Dibrary Space – Facility Overview Introduction to the B3 ~ B1 Dibrary space. Main Facilities • Lobby B3 • Exhibition Hall • General Audio- Video Space • Digital Cluster B2 • Digital Meeting Room • Media Center • Multiplex • Space for the Underprivileged Class • Digital Book B1 Café • Pathway connecting the main building
  15. 15. 디지털북카페 (지하 1층)
  16. 16. Dibrary is preparing for a change after 4 years opening
  17. 17. The new direction of Dibrary can be summarized as follows 25
  18. 18. Semantic Web(Linked Open Data)• What Dibrary (NLK) can do to open its library data?  Converting national bibliographic data, subject and author authority files into linked data and let anyone to use them via the Web.• What will be benefits of NLK LD?  Merging NLK Linked Data with other LLD so new associations of knowledge can be made. 26
  19. 19. "The Semantic Web is an extension of the current web in which information is given well-defined meaning, betterenabling computers and people to work in cooperation." Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler, Ora Lassila, The Semantic Web, Scientific American, May 2001
  20. 20. unstructured structured[출처 :]
  21. 21. Linked Data Principles1. Use URIs as names for things.2. Use HTTP URIs so that people can look up those names.3. When someone looks up a URI, provide useful RDF information.4. Include RDF statements that link to other URIs so that they can discover related things. Tim Berners-Lee 2007
  22. 22. The RDF Data Model rdf:type pd:cygri foaf:Person foaf:name Richard Cyganiak foaf:based_near dbpedia:Berlin
  23. 23. Data items are identified with HTTP URIs rdf:type pd:cygri foaf:Person foaf:name Richard Cyganiak foaf:based_near dbpedia:Berlin pd:cygri = dbpedia:Berlin =
  24. 24. Resolving URIs over the Web rdf:type pd:cygri foaf:Person foaf:name 3.405.259 Richard Cyganiak dp:population foaf:based_near dbpedia:Berlin skos:subject dp:Cities_in_Germany
  25. 25. Dereferencing URIs over the Web rdf:type pd:cygri foaf:Person foaf:name 3.405.259 Richard Cyganiak dp:population foaf:based_near dbpedia:Berlin skos:subject skos:subject dbpedia:Hamburg dp:Cities_in_Germany skos:subjectdbpedia:Muenchen
  26. 26. The Disco – Hyperdata Browser
  27. 27. W3C Linking Open Data (LOD) Project• Grassroots community effort to – publish existing open license datasets as Linked Data on the Web – interlink things between different data sources
  28. 28. LOD Datasets on the Web: May 2007 Over 500 million RDF triples Around 120,000 RDF links between data sources
  29. 29. Example RDF Links• RDF links from DBpedia to other data sources<> owl:sameAs <> .<> owl:sameAs <> .
  30. 30. LOD Datasets on the Web: September 2008
  31. 31. LOD Datasets on the Web: March 2009
  32. 32. LOD Datasets on the Web: July 2009
  33. 33. LOD Datasets on the Web: 2010
  34. 34. LOD Datasets on the Web: 2011
  35. 35. The Principles of Linked Data (Revisited)• What kind of library data are suitable for these principles? – Those that are frequently referenced and updated by librarians, in relation to their works or within the information process system – Those that provide users with links as other references (links) in relation to more accurate search results – Those that are meaningful in themselves and are independently capable of being referenced by other organizations/systems – Those that have values capable of being recognized as unique information via URI 44
  36. 36. The Principles of Linked Data (Revisited)• Data owned by libraries: – Bibliographic data – Holdings records – Authority records • Authors, Titles, Subject Headings • Those being endlessly referenced and updated by librarians, in relations to their works, or within the information process system • Those providing links as other references (links) in relations to the more accurate search results to users • Those that are meaningful themselves and independent ones capable of being referenced by other organizations/systems • Those capable of being recognized with their values as unique information through URI 45
  37. 37. LLD is about the LinksBooks – numbers – – headings –
  38. 38. LLD is about the Openness• What sort of license is the data available in?
  39. 39. LLD is about the Data<rdf:RDF> <rdf:Description rdf:about=""> <rdf:type rdf:resource= ""/> <rdf:type rdf:resource= ""/> <foaf:name>Mozziconacci, Jean-François</foaf:name> </rdf:Description></rdf:RDF>
  40. 40. URIs for Dewey SystemIt should be simple: get redirected to: clients get redirected to:
  41. 41. But the DDC has a long complex historyWhat language did you want? edition did you want? what language? what format?
  42. 42. URIs for Virtual International Authority File: VIAFIt is blissfully simple compared to Dewey! a 303 redirect to: content negotiation will get you either:
  43. 43. nlon:Electronic Document bibo:AudioDocument bibo:Thesis nlon:Score LinkedData COMET, BNB, PODE, bibo:Document LIBRIS,LC bibo:Map owl:sameAs string nlon:Complex Document nlon:Library bibo:Book bibo:AudioVisual Document nlon:OldBook string foaf:Organization string owl:Thing nlon:Conceptgeo:SpatialThing nlon:University string nlon:Country dct:references dct:isReferencedBy nlon:Location KDATA nlon:Government foaf:Person Countries University dct:references dct:isReferencedBy AdministrativeSection nlon:Author nlon:Librarian
  44. 44. geo:SpatialThing Author / Organization bibo:ThesisDegree nlk:University KDATA owl:sameAs rdfs:subClassOf foaf:Organization rdfs:subClassOf owl:sameAs rdfs:subClassOf@prefix dc: <> .@prefix nlk: <> . a nlk:numberMark nlk:Government owl:sameAs rdfs:subClassOf@prefix foaf: <> . owl:sameAs@prefix rdfs: <> . rdfs:subClassOf@prefix dct: <> .@prefix nlon: <> . Resource nlk:Location foaf:Agent as ThesisDegree nlk:Library@prefix owl: <> .@prefix rdf: <> . a@prefix skos: <> . a@prefix bibo: <> . nlk:deathYear@pefex geo: <> . bibo:degree Resource Resource as Location as Agent foaf:name bibo:Document nlk:create nlk:publish nlk:birthYear nlk:isGeographicAreaOf a dct:isPartOf / dct:hasPart dct:isReferencedBy / dct:references geo:location dct:alternative dct:relation dct:title dct:hasVersion nlk:subtitle dct:hasFormat dct:creator nlk:titleOfSeries dct:publisher dct:replaces / dct:isReplacedBy nlk:titleOfMainSeries Title dct:identifier nlk:awardedFrom nlk:headingOfOriginalLanguage dct:subject Resource nlk:titleOfOriginalLanguage nlk:headingOfTranslation owl:sameAs nlk:titleOfTranslation COMET nlk:uniformTitleOfSeries owl:sameAs dct:identifier skos:closeMatch LIBRIS nlk:nlkcn owl:sameAs bibo:isbn bibo:issn Identifier owl:sameAs nlk:audienceNote nlk:cip BNB nlk:supplementNote nlk:strn nlk:physicalFormAvailableNote PODE dct:language nlk:reproductionNote nlk:authenticationCode nlk:reproductionPlace nlk:classificationNumberOfLC nlk:reproductionInstitution nlk:itemNumberOfLC Subject dct:subject / nlk:reproductionDate nlk:classificationNumberOfNLK nlk:isSubjectOf nlk:originalVersionNote nlk:itemNumberOfNLK nlk:locationNote nlk:volumeOfNLK SubjectHeading nlk:holdingInstitution nlk:kdc bibo:uri nlk:useAndReproductionNote nlk:itermNumberOfKDC a dct:subject / bibo:number nlk:languageNote nlk:editionOfKDC nlk:isSubjectOf dct:requires nlk:ddc Code nlk:linkingEntryComplexityNote dct:created nlk:awardsNote nlk:itemNumberOfDDC nlk:Concept a dct:issued nlk:holdingItemNote nlk:editionOfDDC KDC dct:extent nlk:publicationPlace nlk:otherNumber dct:subject / dct:description nlk:department nlk:itemNumberOfOtherNumber a nlk:isSubjectOf dct:tableOfContents nlk:degreeYear nlk:sourceOfOtherNumber rdfs:subClassOf dct:format nlk:bibliography dct:abstract nlk:restriction DDC nlk:citationReferenceNote Legend skos:Concept External A Class Link Miscellaneous Literals An Instance 53 A Literal
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  50. 50. Smart Data and its Potentials• Implications of Linked Data and Users – Importance of making data smarter • Libraries provide countless amounts of information and media • Libraries need to be a trustworthy entity • Libraries must be placed where permanent access to and preservation of data are guaranteed • Libraries should remain faithful to their most basic and natural role – Providing users with diverse solutions to problems • How do users think and solve problems? • Is it possible to create a system configuration (interface configuration) to assist users’ problem-solving process? 59
  51. 51. NLK LLD Strategy• The first priority is opening NLK data – Basically NLK data is a public data that should be open to anyone. – The NLK must be open and easily accessible to others• Try hard to use global standard formats when opening NLK data – Recommend to respect linked data principles when opening• Contribute to information ecosystem. – The Web is most general and accessible platform and ecosystem. Contribute to the Web.• Think more about contributing to the global database (Web) rather than what NLK will gain from this endeavor. – The NLK focus should be on providing the world with new opportunities derived from the live NLK linked data, instead of thinking about what NLK will gain by opening its data 60
  52. 52. Recent Issues• Big Data• Linked Data• Open Data 61
  53. 53. New Possibilities are rooted in curating what wealready have. 62
  54. 54. References• Image Sources – – sharing-radical-openness/ – – 63
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