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From Abstraction to Action: Safeguarding Oral Traditions Using Digital Libraries
(Common Ground Publishing, 2011)
Digital technologies are evolving and new ways of managing, accessing and disseminating information are continuously emerging. Ethnocultural communities with rich intangible cultural her- itage need not be threatened by ...
Transcendental metadata: a collaborative schema for electronic resource description
(Collaborative Librarianship, 2011)
Academic libraries are attempting to manage growing collections of diverse electronic resources in a cha-otic environment of evolving standards and systems. The transition from a print-dominated resource en-vironment to ...
Learning By Example: Designing and Developing Linked Data Application
(Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), 2016-10)
According to constructivist theory of learning, new knowledge is acquired on the basis of what is already known by learners. Learning to build Linked Data applications challenges traditional web technologists to think ...
Linked Data in Libraries: A Case Study of Harvesting and Sharing Bibliographic Metadata with BIBFRAME
By way of a case study this paper illustrates and evaluates the Bibliographic Framework (or BIBFRAME) as means for harvesting and sharing bibliographic metadata over the Web for libraries. BIBFRAME is an emerging framework ...
Collections Digitization Framework: A Service-oriented Approach to Digitization in Academic Libraries
With advances in information technologies, academic libraries are now in a position to offer collections digitization services beyond campus communities. By mobilizing digitization to off-campus communities, academic ...