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Author Coyle, Karen.

Title Linked data tools : connecting on the Web / Karen Coyle.

Published Chicago, IL : ALA TechSource, [2012]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  025.0427 COYL    AVAILABLE
Physical description 46 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Series Library technology reports, 0024-2586 ; vol. 48, no. 4.
Library technology reports ; v. 48, no. 4.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction. Some library history ; Linking and federating ; The future of bibliographic control -- Semantic Web and linked data. Semantic Web basics ; Linked data : four rules, five stars, and a plan -- Metadata elements. Finding linked data elements ; General use data elements -- Vocabularies. Subject lists and thesauri ; Other controlled vocabularies -- Development and creation software. Metadata definition and development ; List and thesaurus devlopment ; General programming ; Converters and validators ; Discovery of metadata and services ; Link creation and term mapping ; Searching ; Data creation -- Resources. Standards ; Websites ; Tutorials and primers ; Reading ; Conferences and discussion lists.
Other formats Available also electronically from ALA TechSource and other services.
Summary "This issue of Libary Technology Reports presents an overview of current developments in Semantic Web technology that provide the foundations for making library data accessible on the Semantic Web. Author Karne Coyle introduces basic Semantic Web concepts and then describes the metadata activites and developer tools that are being used to create Semantic Web applications. She points readers to projects within and beyond the library community that are a source of metadata elements and controlled vocabularies. for software developers, she describes available software tools in the nascent world of linked data the Semantic Web."--Publisher's website.
Subject Semantic Web.
Machine-readable bibliographic data.
Online library catalogs.
Information retrieval.
Information organization.
ISBN 9780838958599 (paperback)
0838958591 (paperback)