Webinar: Metadata and Linked Data
We are pleased to announce these free open online learning series on metadata and linked data for the library and cultural heritage community. The asynchronous, self-paced modules are designed to provide the students with an active, interactive learning experience with a variety of hands-on exercises and assessments.
- "XML Metadata Standards" by Rebecca S. Guenther (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7_jUebxpm92TWE2ZEk1alN1QlE) introduces the students to the emergence of XML-based metadata for organizing information resources, covering such topics as a comparison of various major XML metadata schemes and interoperability issues in metadata implementation.
- "Linked Data for Librarians" by Seth van Hooland and Ruben Verborgh (http://course.freeyourmetadata.org/) provides an introduction to implementing Linked Data in library settings (Introduction to Semantic Web and Linked Data) and then explores more advanced aspects of Linked Data applications, projects, and skills, such as metadata cleaning, reconciliation, and enriching (Advanced course on applications, projects, and skills related to Linked Data).
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