Linked open data
Consult resources on sharing heritage collections using Linked Open Data principles and technologies.
This article gives an overview of the benefits and challenges of opening up and semanticizing data. It allows institutions to better understand the Linked Open Data ecosystem as well as the elements to consider in order to take part in it.
The Canadian Heritage Information Network is putting online its working documents regarding the Données Patrimoniales – Heritage Data (DOPHEDA) project in order to get comments and suggestions from its stakeholders while developing its environment based on Linked Open Data. Since these are working documents, many are accessible only in one of Canada’s two official languages.
The Canadian Heritage Information Network, with several partners, is leading a Canadian initiative for the French translation of the International Council of Museums’ International Committee for Documentation Conceptual Reference Model (CIDOC CRM) ontology. As the translation progresses, the team regularly posts the completed entities so the community can refer to them. This website is mainly in French.
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