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Global Interoperability and Linked Data in Libraries

Global Interoperability and Linked Data in Libraries

Seminario promosso da:
Università degli studi di Firenze, Istituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane (ICCU), Biblioteca nazionale centrale di Firenze (BNCF), Casalini Libri, Comune di Firenze, Conferenza dei rettori delle università italiane (CRUI), AIB Sezione Toscana, Istituto di teoria e tecniche dell’informazione giuridica del Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche (ITTIG-CNR), Fondazione Rinascimento digitale

Firenze, 18-19 giugno 2012 – Aula Magna dell’Università di Firenze, in piazza San Marco 4

Programma

Monday, June 18, 2012

09:00 – 9.30: Registration and welcome coffee

INTRODUCTION

9.30-10:00 Saluti

Alberto Tesi, Università degli studi di Firenze, rettore

Mauro Guerrini, Università di Firenze, chair del seminario di studi

Rossella Caffo, Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle biblioteche italiane, direttore

SECTION 1: LINKED DATA AS A NEW PARADIGM OF DATA INTERCONNECTION

Chair: Daniela Tiscornia, ITTIG-CNR

10.00 Karen Coyle, Linked data: an evolution

10.30 Aldo Gangemi, ISTC-CNR, Semantic technologies and linked data for the Italian PA: the case of data.cnr.it.

11.00   Giovanni Tummarello, Digital Enterprise Research Institute (National University of Ireland, Galway) and Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), The technological frontier of the web of data: technologies, adoption and perspectives 2012

11.30  Tom Baker, Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI), Designing data for the open world of the web

12.00 Paola Mazzucchi, mEDRA, Linked data: technology is here, but is it all we need?

12.30 Federico Morando, Politecnico di Torino – Nexa Center, Legal interoperability: making open government data compatible with businesses and communities

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch

SECTION 2: PUBLISHING VALUE VOCABULARIES AS LINKED DATA

Chair: Mauro Guerrini, Università di Firenze

14.30 Alan Danskin, The British Library, Linked and open data: RDA and bibliographic control

15.00 Kevin Ford, The Library of Congress, LC Classification as linked data

15.30 Joan S. Mitchell, Michael Panzer, OCLC, Dewey linked data: making connections with old friends and new acquaintances

16.00 Marie-Veronique Leroi, Ministère de la culture et de la communication, France, Linked Heritage: a collaborative terminology management platform for a network of multilingual thesauri and controlled vocabularies

16.30 Giovanni Bergamin, Anna Lucarelli, Biblioteca nazionale centrale di Firenze, The Nuovo soggettario as a service for the linked data world

17.00 Tommaso Agnoloni, 17.00 Tommaso Agnoloni, Elisabetta Marinai, Ginevra Peruginelli, Maria Teresa Sagri, Daniela Tiscornia, ITTIG-CNR, Annotation schema for legal doctrine: a case study on DoGi database

17.30 Discussion


Tuesday, June 19, 2012

SECTION 3: TOWARDS A WEB OF DATA: STANDARDS AND APPLICATIONS

8:30-9:00: Welcome coffee

Chair: Rossella Caffo, ICCU

9.00 Pat Riva, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec and IFLA FRBR Review Group, FRBR Review Group initiatives and the world of linked data

9.30 Elena Escolano Rodrìguez, ex ISBD chair, ISBD adaptation to semantic web of bibliographic data in linked data

10.00 Graham Bell, EDItEUR, Patrizia Martini, ICCU, Commercial and cultural sectors: potential for data collaboration?

10.30 Axel Kaschte, Ex Libris, Linked open data on its way into next generation library management and discovery solutions

11.00 Tiziana Possemato, Atcult, Linked data: re-thinking knowledge. How software producers can accompany this revolution

11.30 Gordon McKenna, Collection Trusts, Linked heritage experience in linking heritage information

12:00 Jan Brase, German National Library of Science and Technology, DataCite and linked data

12:30 Maurizio Lunghi, Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Trust and persistence for internet resorcina


13:00 – 14:30 Lunch

SECTION 4: THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND LIBRARY EXPERIENCES

Chair: Maria Letizia Sebastiani, Biblioteca nazionale centrale di Firenze

14.30 Roberto Moriondo, Regione Piemonte, Open data for open PA: the Piedmont case

15.00 Giovanni Menduni, Gianluca Vannuccini, Giacomo Innocenti, Comune di Firenze, Open Data in the Italian Government: the experience of the Town of Florence

15:30 Gabriele Messmer, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Linking library metadata to the web. The German experiences

16.00 Romain Wenz, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Linked open data for new library services: the example of data.bnf.fr

16.30 Martin Malmsten, National Library of Sweden, Cataloguing in the open – the disintegration and distribution of the record

17:00 Paola Manoni, Biblioteca apostolica Vaticana, Metadata framework and application profiles in the global structure of catalogs and digitization projects of the Vatican Library

17.30 Romano Nanni, Biblioteca Leonardiana di Vinci (Firenze), e-Leo, digital archive for the history of Renaissance technics and science manuscripts.

18:00 Discussion and Conclusion

Sito web del convegno: <http://www.linkedheritage.org/linkeddataseminar>

Contatti e informazioni:
E-mail: convegno.linkeddata@samerl.unifi.it
Modulo di iscrizione:<http://www.linkedheritage.org/linkeddataseminar/index.php?it/58/modulo-di-registrazione>


URL: https://www.aib.it/struttura/sezioni/2012/23487-global-interoperability-and-linked-data-in-libraries/. Copyright AIB 2012-05-25. A cura di Vanni Bertini, ultima modifica 2012-05-27