Linked Data Enlightenment: Lessons Learned from LUX

Following on from last year's EuropeanaTech presentation, and an invited seminar at the University of California, Berkeley, Robert Sanderson will present findings around the implementation of cultural heritage linked open data at Yale across 3 museums, and substantial archival and library collections. The presentation will demonstrate that for usability and practicality, some of the well-accepted tenets around LOD could be hindrances to progress, and that using multi-modal solutions with both graph and document search paradigms provides a cost-effective and scalable solution without loss of semantic fidelity while increasing reusability. These lessons learned cover the topics of usability of the data, semantic modeling choices, and appropriate technical solutions.

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