Linked Data and Libraries

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Course Description

Linked data is a method of representing and sharing data that connects information across different sources and domains. It can offer many benefits to libraries through improved data quality, enhanced discoverability of resources, and data sharing among institutions. This course covers the principles of linked data and demonstrates the use of semantically rich data in libraries.

Learning objectives for this session include
  • Understanding the fundamental principles of linked data
  • Exploring specific projects and applications, including Wikidata, the RDA Vocabularies, BIBFRAME, and's Bib Extension
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This course consists of two 2-hour sessions.
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