Library Linked Data: Research and Adoption

Library Linked Data: Research and Adoption
作者:Erik T. Mitchell
出版社:ALA
出版年:2013
ISBN:9780838958964
 
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TAG: 美國 ALA Linked Data

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Computers increasingly collect, manage, and analyze data for scholarly research. Linked data gives libraries the ability to support this e-research, making it a powerful tool. Libraries are at a tipping point in adoption of linked data, and this issue of Library Technology Reports explores current research in linked open data, explaining concepts and pioneering services, such as
Five building blocks of metadata—data model, content rules, metadata schema, data serialization, and data exchange
Three case studies—Europeana, Digital Public Library of America, and BIBFRAME
How libraries, archives and museums are currently addressing such issues as metadata quality, open data and business models, cross community engagement, and implementation

目次

Chapter 1—Metadata Developments in Libraries and Other Cultural Heritage Institutions
 
               Introduction
 
               A Brief History of LAM Metadata
 
               The Motivation for a New Approach to Metadata
 
               A General Framework for Discussing Metadata
 
               Conclusion
 
               Notes
 
Chapter 2—Building Block of Linked Open Data in Libraries
 
               Introduction
 
               What Is Linked Open Data?
 
               Conclusion
 
               Notes
 
Chapter 3—Three Case Studies in Linked Open Data
 
               Introduction
 
               BIBFRAME
 
               The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)
 
               Europeana
 
               Case Study Discussion
 
               Conclusion
 
               Notes
 
Chapter 4—Issues, Opportunities, and Trends in Metadata
 
               Introduction
 
               Data Analysis
 
               Discussion
 
               Conclusion
 
               Tools and Data Used in This Issue
 
               Notes
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