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This session was presented on April 4, 2018. Access the recording and materials now:
This is the fourth session of a six-part series. View the other sessions in this series.
ArtFrame, led by Columbia University Libraries, is a domain-specific sub-project of Linked Data for Production (LD4P), a Mellon-funded, cross-institutional effort aimed at piloting the production of linked data in libraries. The ArtFrame vocabulary is an extension of BIBFRAME and LD4P/LD4L-Lab's bibliotek-o ontologies to describe works of art (both two-dimensional and three-dimensional) natively as linked data. This Webinar will discuss the work completed by Columbia staff and the ArtFrame Extension Group, including use cases , modeling areas, tools, outcomes, and lessons learned.
- Introduce the Linked Data for Production (LD4P) project
- Introduce the ArtFrame domain-specific sub-project
- Review existing descriptive cataloging standards for works of art
- Review use cases for describing art objects as linked data within a library environment
- Review and outline the modeling areas for ontology development to describe art objects and their intrinsic and extrinsic properties
- Review tools that were used throughout the project
- Review outcomes of the project and lessons learned
Who Should Attend
Art librarians, metadata librarians, catalogers, and catalog librarians
A recording of this webinar is now available since the six month date of the presentation has passed.
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No registration required.
Computer with Internet access (high-speed connection is best) and media player software. Headphones recommended.
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