Publishing Value Vocabularies and Standard as Linked Data

RDA and the Semantic Web, Linked Data Environment


Abstract


Connecting to friends, colleagues, customers, and others on the internet is an everyday experience for most people these days. We use email, Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking systems quickly and easily when there is wifi or an internet service provider that reaches our geographic location – even as we move around. This change in our communication systems even extends sometimes to replacing phone calls with communications like Skype or Facetime. A former phone communication can now be a multi-media experience where you not only talk but also see each other (or groups of people), share pictures or videos or documents quickly and easily all at the same time. Where are libraries in this world?


Keywords


Semantic web; RDF; Library Linked Data Project

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4403/jlis.it-6303

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