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NISOVirtual Conference: BIBFRAME&Real World Applicationsof LinkedBibliographicData
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Subversive CrossStitch
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Threadless –“Voltron”of cats
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LODLAM Landscape NOTES

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NISO Virtual Conference: BIBFRAME & Real World Applications of Linked Bibliographic Data
http://www.niso.org/news/events/2016/virtual_conference/jun15_virtualconf/
June 15, 2016
Opening Keynote: Landscape and Current Status of BIBFRAME and Related Initiatives

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LODLAM Landscape NOTES

  1. 1. NISOVirtual Conference: BIBFRAME&Real World Applicationsof LinkedBibliographicData http://www.niso.org/news/events/2016/virtual_conference/jun15_virtualconf/ June 15, 2016 Keynote:Landscape andCurrentStatusof BIBFRAME and RelatedInitiatives “The LODLAMLandscape” SLIDE 1: The LODLAMLandscape Subtitle:BIBFRAME&Other LinkedDataInitiatives SLIDE 2: WhyLODLAM? First,a definition: LODLAM: linkedopen datainlibraries,archives,andmuseums Libraries – Libraries,Archives,Museums(e.g. cultural heritageinstitutions) Why isLinkedData important? Libraries – trustedrepositoriesof information;the datawe have isrich and deep Linkeddata– howwe can share that informationonthe web;makingthingsmore discoverable and accessible So what’sthe problem?!We’ve gotthisdata,sowhyisn’tit justthrownoutthere? Our data issiloedinMARC MARC  we’ve beenmakingitdosomethingitwasn’tdesignedtodofor20+ yearsnow  designedtopurelytransmitdataforprinting;NOTforbeingindexed,searched,manipulated,etc.  MARC is contextual (hello,ISBD) –machinesdon’tdocontext,theyare dumbandliteral  Henriette Avram –one of my heroes(sheroes) –BUT not a storage/retrieval format;fortransmitting and displayonly BIBFRAME isone effortto breakthat silo. SLIDE 3: Termsand Definitions Semanticweb:“W3C,"The SemanticWebprovidesacommonframeworkthatallowsdatato be shared and reused acrossapplication,enterprise,andcommunityboundaries“” Tim Berners-Lee–definedthe semanticweb/linkeddata Semanticweb is powered by Linked Data Linked Datais structured datathatis machinereadable/actionable SLIDE 4: [CATS] Of course,we all knowthe internet(akathe web) isactuallymade of aseriesof tubesfilledwithCATS, not data.
  2. 2. Sources Subversive CrossStitch Pusheen.com Nyancat Threadless –“Voltron”of cats SLIDE 5: [xkcd] Well, OK.It’snotreally cats intubes.The web isactuallya bunch of standards – that keepproliferating – but mustbe interoperable http://xkcd.com/927/ Alttext:chargingissue solved.Wait,isit:mini-USB?Micro-USB? SLIDE 6: (SemanticWeb) Semanticweb – webof linkeddata powered byrules/standardsandtechnologiesthatprovide structure todata *Various(mostcommonlyused/heard)standardsandorganizationsthatpowerthe SemanticWeb;most usedas part of or bylinkeddata  W3C: WorldWide WebConsortium  URI: Uniformresource identifier(aURL is one type of URI, also have URNs)  HTTP: hypertexttransferprotocol –allowsaURI to be actionable (“linkable”or“clickable”)  XML/HTML: mark-uplanguages  Microdata: nestmetadatawithinexistingwebpage content(embeddedinHTML)  JSON:JaveScriptObjectNotation –dataformat fortransmittingdataobjects(attribute-value pairs); JSON-LD– methodof encodinglinkeddatausingJSON  RDF: Resource DescriptionFramework –conceptual descriptionormodelingof informationusedin webresources;multiple RDFspecifications(entity-relationship);mostothersemanticwebstandards are builtonor use RDF  Turtle:Terse RDF Triple Language  SPARQL:semanticquerylanguage (usesRDF);endpointforaccess  SKOS:simple knowledge organizationsystem(forcontrolledvocabularyrepresentation)  OWL: webontologylanguage (knowledgerepresentationlanguage forontologies (vocabularies/taxonomies))  FOAF:“friendof a friend”(ontologyfordescribingpersons)  Schema.org:Bing/Google/Yahoo - schemasforstructureddatamarkupon webpages SLIDE 7: (Semantic) Web:LODLAMSubset Othercommontermsand organizationswithinthe LODLAMcommunity:  BIBFRAME: data model forbibliographicdescriptionusinglinkeddataprinciples  Blacklight:discoveryinterface forSolrindex; o http://projectblacklight.org/  Solr:opensource standalone enterprise searchserver;powerful indexing o http://lucene.apache.org/solr/  Fedora:Flexible Extensible DigitalObjectRepositoryArchitecture;opensource architecture for storing,managing,andaccessingdigital contentinthe formof digital objects;
  3. 3. o http://fedora-commons.org/  Hydra: repositorysolution;“Hydraisan ecosystem of componentsthatletsinstitutionsdeploy robustand durable digital repositories(thebody) supportingmultiple “heads”:fully-featureddigital assetmanagementapplicationsandtailoredworkflows. Itsprinciple platformsare the Fedora Commonsrepositorysoftware,Solr,RubyonRailsandBlacklight”; o http://projecthydra.org/  ORCID:open,non-profit,community-drivenefforttocreate and maintainaregistryof unique researcheridentifiers; o http://orcid.org/  VIVO:member-supported,opensource softwareandanontology forrepresentingscholarship; o http://vivoweb.org/ PLUS existingcontrolledvocabulariessuchasLCSH, LCClassification,Dewey,etc. SLIDE 8: LinkedData Powersthe semanticweb STRUCTURED data  can be queried,linkedto/from, andintegrated  buildsonexistingwebtechnologies  machine (nothuman) friendly –actionable bymachine  usescontrolledvocabularies  structureddata storedinvariousinteroperable “containers”(mark-up,schemas,etc.) Structure of linkeddata:triples:  a subject,a predicate,andanobject – definesrelationshipbetweentwothings(entity-relationship model) Bestcase: eachelementof atriple isa URI, theneach elementcanconnectwithotherelements URI – dereferencable(actionable/clickable) Controlledvocabulariesandidentitiesare “things”representedbyURIs – multiple sourceswill“connect through”one URI, providingthe “webof data” Things:representedbyURIs;theyare actionable andconnecttootherthings/strings Strings:text;alsocalledliterals;“deadends”inthe semanticweb/linkeddata SLIDE 9: TriplesandQuads TRIPLE  a subject,a predicate,andanobject – definesrelationshipbetweentwothings(entity-relationship model) QUAD  a subject,a predicate,anobject,andcontext
  4. 4.  Allowsrelationshipstohave attributes –orinformationaboutthe relationship  Assertion:one waytorepresent“trust”or “authenticate”the relationship;“who”or“what” establishedthisrelationship? ALL of the pieces of bothTRIPLES andQUADS can be URIs; any piece thatisnot a URI is a “dead-end”or literal/string SLIDE 10: LinkedOpenData[mug] Linkeddatais notguaranteedtobe OPEN;youcan have linkeddataina closednetwork However,OPEN ispreferred Why? Tim Berners-Leeprinciplesof linkeddata 1. Use URIs to name (identify) things. 2. Use HTTP URIs so that these things canbe lookedup(interpreted,"dereferenced"). 3. Provide usefulinformationaboutwhataname identifieswhenit'slookedup,usingopen standardssuch as RDF,SPARQL,etc. 4. Refertoother thingsusingtheirHTTPURI-basednameswhenpublishingdataonthe Web – e.g. linktoother URIs somore thingscan be discovered. 5. OPEN data/content But whatmakesit OPEN? OPEN data – “star” system– goal is5 stars 1. Available onthe web(whateverformat) butwith an open license, to beOpen Data 2. Available asmachine-readable structureddata(e.g.excel insteadof image scanof a table) 3. as (2) plusnon-proprietaryformat(e.g.CSV insteadof excel) 4. Use openstandardsfromW3C (RDFand SPARQL) toidentifythings,sothatpeople canpointat your stuff 5. Linkyour data to otherpeople’sdatatoprovide context Source:W3C (https://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/LinkedData.html) SLIDE 11: LinkedOpenDataCloud http://lod-cloud.net/ Aug.2014 CC-BY-SA license Representationof the LinkedOpenDatacloud – still growingasmore data setsare published Each node is a datasetthat can be queried,linkedto,andextractedfrom Centerof the hub isDBPedia connectsotherdata sources – interlinkingpublisheddatasets Upper right– codedgreen – librarydata id.loc.gov VIAF
  5. 5. WorldCat national libraries –French,German,andmore geographicdata SLIDE 12: BIBFRAME BibliographicFrameworkInitiative Initiative definedin2011 Source:https://www.loc.gov/bibframe/faqs/ Releasingourdatafromthe MARC silo,butbeyondthattoo SLIDE 13: INDEPENDENTof any specificdescriptionstandard(e.g.RDA orResource DescriptionandAccess) Is itreplacingMARC? Yes,but alsogoingbeyondMARC FocusedonRELATIONSHIPS Can lookat it as: “blowingup”a MARC recordintoits discrete elementsanddefiningtheirrelationship witheachotherand beyond(connectwithelementsnottraditionallyincluded) Classes:definearesource (underBIBFRAME) Properties:furtherdescribe aresource SLIDE 14: BIBFRAME 2.0 Model  Work – conceptual essence  Instance – embodimentof awork(one workcan have multiple instances)  Item– copyof the instance – local holdings  Agents– people,organizations,jurisdictions,etc.associatedwithawork  Subjects – “aboutness”of a work  Events– occurrences,recordingof a contentof a work SLIDE 15: All the LinkedDataActivity! Reviewthe currentinitiatives/activities definitionsandthe active participants; more detail aboutthe variousactivitieswill be include inthe presentationstoday NOT an exhaustive list Currentlylargelyindependentof eachother Why? Nosharedtriple store;infrastructure isabarrierforlarger cooperative participation  LODLAM: linkedopendatainlibraries,archives,andmuseums o “informal,borderlessnetworkof enthusiasts,technicians,professionalsandanynumberof otherpeople whoare interestedinorworkingwithLinkedOpenDatapertainingtogalleries, libraries,archives,andmuseums” o http://lodlam.net/  BIBFRAME: initiative forbibliographicdata
  6. 6. o Libraryof Congress o https://www.loc.gov/bibframe/ (bibframe.org  LOCsite now)  BIBFRAME Lite:modularandlayeredvocabularyapproachusingBIBFRAMEvocabulary o core setof classes/propertiesasascaffolding;buildonitwithothervocabularies(Library, Archive,Rare Materials,etc.) o National Libraryof Medicine;George WashingtonU;Zepheira o http://www.bibfra.me/  LD4PE: LinkedDatafor Professional Educators o educate the educators;buildinganExploratoriumof learningresourcesanddefined competencies o Universityof WA;KentState U; DublinCore MetadataInitiative(DCMI);Sungkyunkwan University(Korea);OCLC;Elsevier;Synaptica o http://wiki.dublincore.org/index.php/Pet/ld4pe  LD4L: LinkedData forLibraries o 2014-2016 MellonGrant ($1 million) o Cornell ULibrary; Harvard Library;StanfordU Libraries o https://wiki.duraspace.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=41354028  LD4L Labs: continue LD4L o “$1.5 million dollargrantfromthe Andrew W.MellonFoundation,LinkedDataforLibraries: LD4L Labs is a collaborationof Cornell,Harvard,Iowa,andStanfordtocontinue toadvance the use and usefulnessof linkeddatainlibraries” o https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/ld4l/LD4L+Labs  LD4P: LinkedData for Production o LC; Columbia;Cornell;Harvard;Princeton;Stanford o Multiple projects- eachof the 6 core memberscontribute projects o https://wiki.duraspace.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=74515029 o http://www.loc.gov/aba/pcc/documents/PCC-LD4P.docx  BIBFLOW: “ReinventingCataloging:Modelsforthe Future of LibraryOperations” o focusis onworkflows o UC DavisLibrary;Zepheira o https://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/bibflow/  LibHub:convertinglibraryMARCdata to BIBFRAME andlinkeddataformats;publishingandhosting the resultingcontent o Zepheira o http://www.libhub.org/  CLDI: CanadianLinkedDataInitiative o U of Toronto; McGill U; Universite de Montreal;Uof Alberta;U of BritishColumbia;Library & ArchivesCanada; BibliothèqueetArchivesnationalesduQuébec; Canadiana o https://connect.library.utoronto.ca/display/U5LD/Canadian+Linked+Data+Initiative+Home  LC LinkedData Service o providesaccesstocommonlyfoundstandardsandvocabulariespromulgatedbythe Library of Congress o http://id.loc.gov/  OCLC: multiple initiatives(W3CLinkedDataPlatform;BIBFRAME;Schema.org;Schema.orgExtend W3C Group;OCLC Works) o WorldCatinSchema.org o FAST:FacetedApplicationof SubjectTerminology;http://fast.oclc.org/
  7. 7. o VIAF:Virtual International AuthorityFile;http://viaf.org/ o WorldCatEntities(orWorks);https://www.oclc.org/developer/develop/linked- data/worldcat-entities/worldcat-work-entity.en.html o https://www.oclc.org/en-US/data.html o https://www.oclc.org/developer/develop/linked-data.en.html ADDENDUM:  LibraryLink Network o Zepheira o “Seedingthe WebwithLibrarylocations,services,andcontent.” o http://library.link/  LinkedData CollaborationProgram o Ex Libris o Jan.2016 pressrelease;involves30+institutions o http://www.exlibrisgroup.com/category/LinkedDataDiscussionPaper o http://www.exlibrisgroup.com/files/Publications/LinkedDataattheServiceofLibraries.pdf  IGELU/ELUNA Special InterestGrouponLinkedOpenData o “achieve essential linkedopendatafeaturesinall Ex Librisproductswhere appropriate, bothfrom the data publishing,the dataconsumingandthe data integrationperspective.” o http://igelu.org/special-interests/lod  Blue CloudVisibility o SirsiDynix o service toextractMARC recordsand transformintoBIBFRAME; enhancedwithgeographic data o http://www.sirsidynix.com/products/bluecloud-visibility SLIDE 16: [businesscatimage] Questions? “businesscat”meme http://es.memegenerator.net/Business-Cat SLIDE 17: [xkcd] https://xkcd.com/262/ ALT TEXT: “hey,at leastI ran out of staples”

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