O Triple Store, What Art Thou? Early explorations at the University of Saskatchewan
From session description: In September 2016, the ICA released its first draft of the Records in Contexts Conceptual Model (RiC-CM), a first step toward replacing all four existing ICA standards with a unified model that will be expressed as linked data. At the same time, Canadian archival professionals are preparing to revise the national Rules for Archival Description (RAD), offering an opportunity for international harmonization and innovation. But are Canadian archives ready for this disruptive shift? What is linked data? How will it affect our standards? our descriptive practices? our tools and systems? our end users? And how do we get from here to there? This panel presentation will cover a variety of angles and perspectives on linked data and archives, with the hopes of stimulating an engaging follow-up discussion. ... Tim Hutchinson (University of Saskatchewan) will describe a Great War pilot project implementation and discuss LOD readiness from the institution’s perspective.
CitationTim Hutchinson, 2017. O Triple Store, What Art Thou? Early explorations at the University of Saskatchewan. Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Archivists, Ottawa, 9 June.
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