Leading to Linking: Introducing Linked Data to Academic Library Digital Collections
This article introduces the concepts of linked data within the context of digital collections, outlines the rationale for beginning work in linked data for digital collections, provides an overview of a focused linked data project, discusses technologies adopted for transforming metadata into linked data, and reports lessons learned to date.
Academic libraries; Digital collections; Linked data; Metadata; Project design
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Lampert, C. K.,
Southwick, S. B.
Leading to Linking: Introducing Linked Data to Academic Library Digital Collections.
Journal of Library Metadata, 13(2-3),