Linked data syllabus
This is a place to put links to linked data resources that actually explain what it is, and how it can be applied in a variety of contexts.
Definitions and initial concepts
Berners-Lee, Tim, James Hendler, and Ora Lassila. “The Semantic Web.” Scientific American 284, no. 5 (2001): 34–43. https://archive.org/details/scientific-american-feature-article-the-semantic-web-may-2001/mode/2up.
This is the OG paper on linked data by Tim Berners-Lee, James Handler and Ora Lassila.
TED. “Tim Berners-Lee: The next Web of open, linked data.” March 14, 2009. Presentation, 16:51. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM6XIICm_qo.
Hooland, Seth van, and Ruben Verborgh. Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums: How to Clean, Link and Publish Your Metadata. London: Facet Publishing, 2014.
A lot of my research on linked data to date has been from the perspective of collection management and heritage. This book nicely explained how the metadata of collections can be stored (and queried) as linked data. It also provides examples of SPARQL queries and compared RDF to common formats like CSV, JSON, XML, etc.
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