A current internet buzzword is “linked data”. The idea of linked data is closely aligned with the goal of exposing rich data sources on the web, and it represents a next step in efforts to build a semantic web. How is linked data different from the links in hypertext? How can it be applied to the publication of MIT’s scholarly research data and the integration of MIT’s content management systems (for example,Stellar, OCW, and DSpace)? What is its relation to Semantic Web technologies like RDF, OWL, and URIs?
This session will answer these questions and discuss current linked data applications. We will consider how linked data principles may be applied to the publication of MIT’s scholarly research data and how MIT organizations can collaborate to create, publish, and share linked data.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 27, 2 – 3pm
WHERE: DIRC, 14N-132
Contact Robert Wolfe with any questions.
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