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  • Tags: Linked open data

Chinese Culture and Heritage: A Wikidata Project

Wikidata Affinity Group Presentation (12.2023).pdf
A Wikidata project on Chinese culture and heritage presented at the LD4 Wikidata Affinity Group Meeting on December 12, 2023. The talk provided an overview of the project’s scope, primary sources, data models for poets and historical places, and the…

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Linked Data in a Nutshell: A Starter Kit of Selected Annotated Bibliography and Resources for Academic Librarians: Part Two

It has been a decade since Tim Berners-Lee coined Linked Data in 2006. More and more Linked Data datasets have been made available for information retrieval on the Web. It is essential for librarians, especially academic librarians, to keep up with…

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Adding Linked Open Data to a Digital Humanities Collection in Alma

Working with Digital Initiatives, digital humanities and history faculty members, the Metadata Librarian at the University of Central Florida Libraries has added Linked Open Data (LOD) to Ex Libris’ Alma for the PRINT Migration Network: Pemberton…

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Unveil hidden gems: Improving discoverability of Ming Qing Women Poets and their poetry works through Wikidata

Unveil Hidden Gems_ALA2023.pdf
Traditionally, special collections featuring cultural heritage materials, and related authority data on authors and works, have been created using conventional cataloging standards with limited data interoperability. To increase accessibility and…

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Chinese Ancestors Portraits Project & Wikidata

"Chinese Ancestors Portraits Project & Wikidata" is the first session in the CALA Speaker Series: Describing Chinese Rare Books and Cultural Heritage Collections. It shares the reasons and motivations for the selection of Wikidata as a platform…

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Enhance the Discovery and Interoperability of Culturally Rich Information: the Chinese Women Poets WikiProject

ALA 2022 poster v4.pdf
Traditionally, special collections such as culture and heritage collections and their name authority data were cataloged using local cataloging standards with limited data interoperability. The library community has questioned for a number of years…

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Using Wikidata to Create Knowledge Graphs for Library Collections

As a Linked Open Data (LOD) platform for structured data, and a community-building knowledge base, Wikidata stores people, spaces, times and other entities, and their semantic relationships. Wikidata Knowledge graph is a knowledge base that…

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