The world of galleries, libraries, archives and museums and the diverse domains of the humanities, arts and social sciences, represented under the umbrella term “digital humanities” are likely to share interests in metadata at different levels and for different reasons. For interoperability and record sharing at the higher level, for exactitude close to the research process, likely more.
The session topic proposed is based on two related questions:
- How are, and can, these worlds of work and practice, work effectively together, using linked open data methods?
- What do we need to move on, in tandem, or not, to help demonstrate the value of using a linked open data approach, to support resource discovery or the integration or fusion of data?