With advances in computational methods and the proliferation of data sources, text and data mining offers exciting new directions for research. Neil Stewart, Jane Secker, Chris Morrison and Laurenc…
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Roy Tennant, Senior Program Officer, OCLC Research As library collections shift from print materials to digital formats, and as the web enables ubiquitous and instantaneous discovery of information, library users expect to find and access...
“ During the next four years the Digital Development Team will join the Application project, a temporary organization whose mission is to provide systems, tools and services for the new city […]”
“ BIBFRAME Profiles: Introduction and Specification, Draft - 5 May 2014. This document introduces and defines BIBFRAME Profiles, and describes how they are created, maintained and used. It gives an overview of the purpose of BIBFRAME Profiles, describes how they can be used to support unique community's descriptive practices, and provides specific examples of how profiles can be constructed. (BIBFRAME - Bibliographic Framework Initiative, Library of Congress)”
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“To explain the utility of semantic search and linked data, Jeff Penka, director of channel and product development for information management solutions provider Zepheira, uses a simple exercise.”
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“ A new version of Datos.bne.es (beta) recently debuted online from the National Library of Spain (Biblioteca Nacional de España/BNE). A BNE blog post (English translation) provides some highlights: RDF Data is CC0 New Visual Interface Bibliographic and Authority Data Available 4,...”
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Open data is data that can be freely used, shared and built-on by anyone, anywhere, for any purpose. This is the summary of the full Open Definition which the Open Knowledge Foundation created in 2005 to provide both a succinct explanation and a detailed definition of open data.
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“ Presented at the 2014 ALA Annual Conference, meeting of the Competencies and Education for a Career in Cataloging Interest Group (via @AllisonJaiODell "Cataloger 3.0: Competencies and Education for the BIBFRAME Catalog"”
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“ Universidad Complutense de Madrid”El Consejo de Gobierno de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid ha aprobado en su sesión del día 27 de mayo de 2014 una política institucional de acceso abierto a la producción científica y académica de la universidad asumiendo su responsabilidad en la transmisión de los resultados de la investigación a la sociedad mediante la vía verde del Acceso Abierto.
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“ Linked Open Data is gaining traction in the information world right now. Europeana has just launched an animation to explain what it is and why it’s a good thing, both for users and for data providers. Europeana is facilitating developments in Linked Open Data by publishing data for 2.4 million objects for the first time…”
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