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DCMI RDF Application Profile Task Group completes deliverables

The DCMI RDF-AP aims at defining best practices for documenting application profiles, requests for handling RDF application profiles, and for RDF constraints specification and validation. The first deliverable, Report on Use Cases, reports on the case studies collected in the Task Force, their use cases and their validation requirements. The second deliverable, Report on Validation Requirements, supplements the Report on Use Cases from which the requirements were derived. The full descriptions of case studies and use cases can be found in the task group wiki.Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Final Program announced for DC-2015 in Sao Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo State University (UNESP) and the Conference Committee of DC-2015 in São Paulo, Brazil on 1-4 September have published the final program of the DCMI International Conference at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/index/pages/view/schedule-15. Join us in São Paulo for an exciting agenda including papers, project reports and best practice posters and presentations. Parallel with the peer reviewed program is an array of special sessions of panels and discussions on key metadata issues, challenges and new opportunities.Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Japanese translation of 'Guidelines for Dublin Core Application Profiles' published

DCMI is please to announce that the National Diet Library of Japan has translated "Guidelines for Dublin Core Application Profiles", a DCMI Recommended Resource. The link to the new Japanese translation is available on the DCMI Documents Translation page at http://dublincore.org/resources/translations/index.shtml.Wednesday, July 29, 2015

DC-2015 Early Bird registration closes 31 July 2015!

Early Bird registration for DC-2015 in São Paulo, Brazil closes on 31 July 2015. In addition to Keynote Speakers Paul Walk of EDINA and Ana Alice Baptista of the University of Minho, there is a full Technical Program of peer-reviewed papers, project reports and posters, as well as a Professional Program of full-day Workshops and Conference Special Sessions. For more about the conference, visit the conference website at http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2015.Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Ex Libris and Elsevier join as DC-2015 sponsors

Conference host UNESP and DCMI are pleased to announce that Ex Libris and Elsevier are now among the sponsors of DC-2015 in São Paulo, Brazil, 1-4 September 2015. Elsevier is a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services and a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions. Ex Libris is a leading provider of library automation solutions, offering the only comprehensive product suite for the discovery, management, and distribution of all materials--print, electronic, and digital.Wednesday, July 15, 2015

DC-2015 Preliminary Program published

São Paulo State University (UNESP) and the Conference Committee of DC-2015 have published the preliminary program of the DCMI International Conference at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/index/pages/view/schedule-15. The conference days--Wednesday and Thursday, 2-3 September--feature keynote speakers, Paul Walk and Ana Alice Baptista, paper sessions, project reports, posters (including best practice posters and demonstrations), and an array of special sessions. Tuesday and Friday are pre- and post-conference, full-day workshop events: "Development of Metadata Application Profiles", "Training the Trainers for Linked Data", and "Elaboration of Controlled Vocabularies Using SKOS".Wednesday, July 01, 2015

DCMI Webinar: 'OpenAIRE Guidelines: Promoting Repositories Interoperability and Supporting Open Access Funder Mandates'

The OpenAIRE Guidelines for Data Source Managers provide recommendations and best practices for encoding of bibliographic information in OAI metadata. They have adopted established standards for different classes of content providers: (1) Dublin Core for textual publications in institutional and thematic repositories; (2) DataCite Metadata Kernel for research data repositories; and (3) CERIF-XML for Current Research Information Systems. The principle of these guidelines is to improve interoperability of bibliographic information exchange between repositories, e-journals, CRIS and research infrastructures.Monday, June 22, 2015

DC-2015 Professional Program Announced

DCMI and the DC-2015 host, UNESP, have published the abstracts for events in the Professional Program for the September conference in São Paulo, Brazil. The Professional Program includes full-day, hands-on workshops on developing application profiles, transforming legacy data to Linked Data, and development of SKOS vocabularies. In addition, there are an array of Special Topic session for professional development in key areas of metadata design and best practice. The abstracts for the events in the DC-2015 Professional Program can be found on the conference homepage at http://dcevents.Monday, June 01, 2015

DCMI Webinar: 'Implementing Linked Data in Low-Resource Conditions'

Typical small and medium-size institutions have to deal with constrained resources, which often hamper the possibilities of making their data publicly available. Johannes Keizer and Caterina Caracciolo of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization will provide an overview of bottlenecks that institutions typically face when entering the world of open and linked data, and will provide recommendations on how to proceed. They will discuss the use of standard and linked vocabularies to produce linked data, especially in the area of agriculture.Monday, June 01, 2015

DC-2015 registration is now open

Online registration for DC-2015 is now open at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/index/pages/view/reg15. The conference and DCMI Annual Meeting is scheduled for 1-4 September in São Paulo, Brazil. This year's theme is "Metadata and Ubiquitous Access to Culture, Science and Digital Humanities". The need for structured metadata to support ubiquitous access across the Web to the treasure troves of resources spanning cultures, in science, and in the digital humanities is now common knowledge among information systems designers and implementers.Friday, May 15, 2015

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