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» 27 January 2016: Webinar with Stephanie Lemieux
"Creating Content Intelligence: Harmonized Taxonomy & Metadata in the Enterprise Context"
» 17 February 2016: Webinar with Ruben Verborgh
"Linked Data Fragments: Querying multiple Linked Data sources on the Web"
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2016-01-11, Many organizations have content dispersed across multiple independent repositories, often with a real lack of metadata consistency. The attention given to enterprise data is often not extended to unstructured content, widening the gap between the two worlds and making it near impossible to provide accurate business intelligence, good user experience, or even basic findability. How do you bring all those disparate efforts together to create content intelligence across the organization? This webinar will describe the benefits and challenges in developing metadata and taxonomy across multiple functional areas, creating a unified Enterprise Content Architecture (ECA). Hear Stephanie Lemieux, President and Primary Consultant at Dovecot Studio, talk about real enterprise metadata and taxonomy harmonization projects in different contexts, including a greeting card company, a media company, an automotive manufacturer and a consumer food manufacturer. See how they worked to harmonize across a number of diverse systems that supported multiple functions, from creative processes to manufacturing to reporting. For more information about the webinar and to register, go to http://dublincore.org/resources/training/#2016lemieux.
2016-01-11, The DC-2016 Call for Participation (CfP) has been published. DC-2016 will take place in Copenhagen and will be collocated with the ASIS&T Annual Meeting. The conference program will include a Technical Program of peer reviewed papers, project reports, and posters tracks. The Professional Program will include special sessions and panels, tutorials, workshops and best practice posters & demonstrations tracks. The Conference Committee is seeking submissions in all tracks. The CfP is published at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/index.php/IntConf/dc-2016/schedConf/cfp.
2016-01-11, DCMI is pleased to announce that Valentine Charles, Europeana, and Lars G. Svensson, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, have agreed to serve as Co-Chairs of the DC-2016 Technical Program. In their capacity as Co-Chairs, Valentine and Lars with oversee the peer review processes for the conference. The DC-2016 Conference website is open at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2016 and the Call for Participation has been published at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/index.php/IntConf/dc-2016/schedConf/cfp.
2015-12-09, Join Ruben Verborgh, researcher in semantic hypermedia at Ghent University, for a DCMI/ASIST joint webinar on the Linked Data Fragments family of technologies. The dream of Linked Data: if we just get our data online, the promised Semantic Web will eventually rise. Everybody will be able to query our data with minimal effort. We will be able to integrate data from multiple sources on the fly. Everything will just work and data will flow freely ever after. Well, that hasn't really happen yet. Even though we published billions of triples on the Web, there are few places that reliably let us execute queries over them. Integration is still very limited. This webinar introduces you to the Linked Data Fragments family of technologies, which take a much more pragmatic view of the Web of Data. Whereas one of the main problems with the Semantic Web is currently the high publication cost of data (with unknown return), Linked Data Fragments proposes shifting the complexity of querying from the server to the client. This makes publishing Linked Data affordable and realistic on the Web. For additional information about the webinar and to register, visit the DCMI Webinars homepage at http://dublincore.org/resources/training/#2015verborgh.
The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, or "DCMI", is an open organization supporting innovation in metadata design and best practices across the metadata ecology. DCMI's activities include work on architecture and modeling, discussions and collaborative work in DCMI Communities and DCMI Task Groups, global conferences, meetings and workshops, and educational efforts to promote widespread acceptance of metadata standards and best practices.
DCMI maintains a number of formal and informal liaisons and relationships with standards bodies and other metadata organizations.
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