Linked Data Survey results 6 – Advice from the implementers

    OCLC Research conducted an international linked data survey for implementers between 7 July and 15 August 2014. This is the sixth-–and last-–post in the series reporting the results.   An objective in conducting this survey was to learn from the experiences of those who had implemented or were implementing linked data projects/services.  We appreciate …

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Code4Lib NorCal Hosted by OCLC Research

Yesterday the San Mateo, CA office of OCLC Research hosted the first Code4Lib NorCal regional meetup and mini-conference. About 35 people attended from Stanford, UC Berkeley, CSU Chancellor’s Office, UCSF, CSU San Luis Obispo, CSU Fresno, Sonoma State, San Jose State, and other colleges (no public libraries unfortunately). Code4Lib NorCal joins the growing ranks of regional groups that …

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So who is using linked data? And for what?

Most of us in the library and archives community have been exposed to linked data, and have learned of the potential of linked data applications to make new, valuable uses of existing metadata. We’ve even heard of linked data projects of various sorts. Spurred by the interest of OCLC Research Library Partners Metadata Managers Focus …

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