Linked data technologies were originally designed to publish semantically enriched data on the web, to connect heterogeneous data sets and to allow for a better information retrieval. Thus the focus of Linked Data ontologies and vocabularies is interoperability and not restriction of data. Ontologies help to draw conclusions and to see information in a broader… Read More »
The 104th Bibliothekartag in Nuremberg has passed and we have had the opportunity to meet many interested colleagues and to gather as many new ideas and suggestions. Both events, talk and workshop, were well attended: we were very happy about the many listeners and all the feedback. If you would like to re-read the presentations… Read More »
We are pleased to be represented with two presentations at this year’s Bibliothekartag in Nuremberg (26–29 May 2015). You are welcome to visit …
On Oct. 26, 2014 we held a hands-on user workshop at SLUB Dresden. Right in time at the end of our project period, the project results could be presented to the participants, who could also test a first demo system. Meanwhile the functionality and the intended workflows were explained. In the following weeks, a demo… Read More »
On July 27th, 2014 Leipzig University Library hosted the amsl project kick-off meeting of saxonian university libraries. The technical solution and functional goals as well as ideas concerning data and workflows were introduced to the libraries’ representatives. For the first time, the amsl solution was considered and discussed for a joined usage in a consortial… Read More »
At this year’s ELAG conference some of our project team, Lydia Unterdörfel (our systems librarian), Leander Seige (project management), Björn Muschall (project coordinator) and Jan Polowinski (software developer at SLUB Dresden) organized a 2 day á 1,5h workshop on ERM.
This lightning talk was held on the 14th European Library Automation Group (ELAG) Conference on Friday, 13th june. For further information see: http://elag2014.org/programme/lightning-talks/ Lightning Talk
At the ELAG 2014 conference we got the chance to run the bootcamp “Touching Linked Data”. We helped our attendees to install OntoWiki and guided them through some usecases to enable everybody to collaboratively and interactively work with Linked Data content. The slides are available here our bootcamp guide is available at: http://erm-hd.github.io/elag-bootcamp/