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Linked Data with GI - Workshop and Tutorial, GISRUK 2011 University of Portsmouth 26th April 2011

From: John Goodwin <John.Goodwin@ordnancesurvey.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2010 10:24:39 -0000
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Linked Data with GI - Workshop and Tutorial,  GISRUK 2011 University of
Portsmouth 26th April 2011

 

The Linked Data Web is rapidly growing part of the Web  that enables
data to be published and interlinked in much the same was as documents
are currently published and linked.  Linked Data is increasingly being
used to published Geographic Information including Geonames,
OpenStreetMap (as Linked Open GeoData) and Ordnance Survey data.  In the
US and the UK the respective governments are encouraging government
departments and agencies to publish their data as Linked Data.   The
value and advantages of Linked Data are also being recognised within the
scientific community and the cultural heritage sector, with an
increasing number of catalogues being exposed as Linked Data.    

 

For those working with Geographic Information Linked Data will become
increasingly important.  Producers of GI need to understand how to
organise, describe and publish Linked Data; those wishing to use GI need
to understand how to search for and consume Linked Data.   

 

This workshop and tutorial is designed to help raise awareness and
understanding of Linked Data.   In addition it is designed to increase
the community of practitioners, enable sharing of knowledge and thus to
accelerate the use of Linked Data.

 

The Tutorial will provide:

}        An overview of Linked Data;

}        Describe the potential advantages;

}        Present worked through Examples;

}        Enable current publishers and users to describe what they have
done and achieved.

 

Who should attend:

}        Anyone who currently publishes or uses data that has a
geographic component.

}        Current Linked Data practitioners - share your knowledge and
learn from others.

 

Speakers will include:

John Goodwin & Glen Hart from Ordnance Survey

Jo Walsh, EDINA

Silver Oliver & James Howard, BBC 

Richard Wallis, Talis 

Leif Isaksen University of Southampton

 

Humphrey Southall, Workshop Chair

 

 

To book: http://www.port.ac.uk/special/gisruk2011/registration/

 

 

To find out a little more about Linked Data: http://linkeddata.org/

 

 

Dr John Goodwin 
Research Scientist, Research, Ordnance Survey
C530, Romsey Road, SOUTHAMPTON, United Kingdom, SO16 4GU
Phone: +44 (0) 23 8030 5756 
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