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Riferimenti bibliografici

  • Coyle, K. (2012). Linked data tools: connecting on the Web. American Library Association.
  • Guerrini, M., Possemato, T., & Bianchini, C. (2015). Linked data per biblioteche, archivi e musei: Perché l'informazione sia del web e non solo nel web. Milano: Bibliografica.
  • Heath, T., & Bizer, C. (2011). Linked data: Evolving the web into a global data space. Synthesis lectures on the Semantic Web: Theory and technology, 1(1), 1-136.
  • Pattuelli, M. C., Miller, M., Lange, L., Fitzell, S., & Li-Madeo, C. (2013). Crafting linked open data for cultural heritage: Mapping and curation tools for the linked jazz project. Code4Lib Journal, 21. http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/8670
  • Pattuelli, M. C., Provo, A., & Thorsen, H. (2015). Ontology Building for Linked Open Data: A Pragmatic Perspective. Journal of Library Metadata, 15(3-4), 265-294. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19386389.2015.1099979
  • Van Hooland, S., & Verborgh, R. (2014). Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums: How to clean, link and publish your metadata. Facet.

The Linked Jazz Project

Linked Jazz is an ongoing project investigating the potential of the application of Linked Open Data (LOD) technology to enhance the discovery and visibility of digital cultural heritage materials. More specifically, the project focuses on digital archives of jazz history to expose relationships between musicians and reveal their community’s network. Website: https://linkedjazz.org/