Date(s) - 12/13/2019
10:00 am CST - 11:00 am CST
This webinar will provide an overview of linked data and how it can be used in cultural heritage and library work. In this session, we will discuss using Resource Description Framework (RDF) to create semantically-rich data, as well as some of the tools available to create RDF from data in other formats. There will also be an overview of ontologies, which are used to define concepts being represented in the data, and how these concepts should relate to each other. We will end with a demonstration of SPARQL, the query language for RDF.
Sarah Stanley is the Digital Humanities Librarian at Strozier Library at Florida State University. She holds a Master’s in English from Northeastern University, where she studied early modern women’s writing. She is an alumnus of the Women Writers Project, which created electronic text editions of early modern women’s writing. She currently serves on the Text Encoding Initiative technical council, where she maintains the TEI guidelines. Sarah has presented at conferences like the Digital Library Forum, Text Encoding Initiative Conference, and Society for Textual Scholarship. She is currently pursuing an MSI from the Florida State University iSchool, with a specialization in Information Organization.
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