ERM Workshop @ ELAG 2014

By | 24. June 2014

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.

Day 1

On the first day 12 participants at two tables discussed current issues of ERM: challenges, functional requirements, trends, data sources, formats and more technical issues, e.g. data migration. Plans like converting KBART in RDF from our french colleagues or considerations of GOKb to publish Linked Data in future supported our approach. 

Some pictures from our tablecloths:

Table 1: challenges, functional requirements, trends

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Table 2: more technical things

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Day 2

On the second day we had some lighting talks:

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A third lightning talk from Owen Stephens about GOKb (Global Open Knowledgebase), similar this slides:

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The presentation of our workshop outcomes can be found here.

Many thanks to all our participants!