Getting started with Linked Open Data

17 september 2021, online
online studiedag
KBR, Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België

Want to get started with Linked Open Data for cultural heritage? Find out how to open up your collections or share your research. This online study day will help you start making the transition from siloed databases to Linked Open Data.

Topics

  • The morning presentations will highlight numerous benefits and potential uses of Linked Open Data for Libraries, Archives, Museums, Heritage and Research Institutes.
  • The afternoon sessions will focus on the practice of data modelling and publishing Linked Open Data.

Registration

Registration is free but mandatory.

Registration is now closed.

Programme

This is the preliminary programme and list of speakers.

9:30Welcome – Sara Lammens (KBR)
9:40Why use Linked Open Data for Cultural Heritage? (Ruben Verborgh – Ghent University)
10:20Storytelling with Linked Open Data (Julie Birkholz – KBR / Ghent University)
11:00Break
11:20Geospatial Linked Data (Piraye Hacigüzeller – University of Antwerp)
12:00Lunch break
13:00Workshop on data modelling of persons and organisations (ICEG)
15:00Break
15:10Best Practices for Library Linked Open Data (LOD) Publication (Matias Frosterus)
15:50Conclusion (KBR)
16:00End – Frédéric Lemmers (KBR)

Partners

In cooperation with Ghent University, University of Antwerp, ICEG and Meemoo in the context of the LOD-ISNI project, funded by BELSPO.

Praktisch

  • 17 september 2021, 9:30-16u
  • Locatie: online
  • Taal: English

Klaar om te starten?

Alle praktische info vind je op de opleidingspagina van KBR.