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SWIB11 (Semantic Web in Libraries) 28.-30.11. in Hamburg - Registration opens

From: Neubert Joachim <J.Neubert@zbw.eu>
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2011 12:23:41 +0200
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SWIB11 (Semantic Web in Libraries) 28.-30.11.2011 in Hamburg
publishes conference program and opens registration
A rising number of actors in librarianship and its related fields
are experimenting with Semantic Web technologies and Linked Open
Data (LOD). The LOD cloud as a whole grew by 300% in 2010, whereas
the amount of data relevant for libraries grew by nearly 1000%.
For many, the question now arises how to integrate their holdings
into the LOD cloud and how to embed externally provided LOD data
into their own applications, adding value through cross-domain
linking. The first conference day will focus on the corresponding
infrastructure requirements.
At the same time, the principles and workflows of traditional
scholarly communication and publication are under scrutiny with a
view to a consistently web-based data and service infrastructure
comprising the entire research and publication process. Concepts
like "Semantic Publishing", "Enhanced Publications" or "Research
Objects" mark the re-orientation of academic work, away from
monolithic, comparatively unflexible and barely interlinked
reference points towards a distributed, comparatively granular
data infrastructure which is continuously accessible to
researchers and into which their contributions recognizably
return. These developments will be discussed on the second day of
the conference.
For the first time we offer workshops and tutorials on the day
before the main conference, providing introductions into Linked
Open Data for newcomers and practice-oriented discussion of
selected problems.
The conference will again - as in 2009 and 2010 - be organised by
the North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre (hbz), Cologne,
and the German National Library of Economics - Leibniz Information
Centre for Economics (ZBW), Kiel and Hamburg.


28.11. Workshops
13:00 - 19:00
(in parallel - arrival from 12:15)  
Einführung in Linked Open Data
Felix Ostrowski (HU Berlin and hbz), Pascal Christoph (hbz)
RDF-Daten in eigenen Anwendungen nutzen
Jakob Voß (GBV)
An Introduction to Memento and Open Annotation
Herbert van de Sompel (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Pragmatische Ansätze für den Umgang mit 'Enhanced Publications' 
in existierenden Repository-Umgebungen
Anouar Boulal (hbz), Martin Iordanidis (hbz), 
Jochen Schirrwagen (TU Berlin)

29.11. Conference
9:15 - 17:30
(arrival from 8:30)
Klaus Tochtermann (ZBW)
Silke Schomburg (hbz)
How Linking Changes the Role of Library Data: Examples 
from the Wider World
Thomas Baker (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative)
The High and Lows of Library Linked Data
Adrian Stevenson (UKOLN)
Cataloguers as the Ultimate Reasoning Machines - Training 
Cataloguers to Create Intelligent Linked Library Data
Rurik Greenall (NTNU University Library)
Ausleihdaten aus Bibliotheken als Linked Open Data publizieren 
und nutzen
Magnus Pfeffer, Philipp Maaß (Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart)
Pragmatic Linked Data at the University of Southampton
Christopher Gutteridge (University of Southampton)
culturegraph.org - Aufbau eines Hubs für Linked Library Data
Markus Geipel (DNB), Adrian Pohl (hbz)
Linked-Data-based Web Services für die Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Joachim Neubert (ZBW)
Ontologiegesteuerte wissenschaftliche Recherche mit RODIN
René Schneider, Fabio Ricci, Javier Belmonte (HEG, Genf)
Explorative Recherche-Interfaces für Library Linked Data
Ulrike Krabo (Österreichischer Bibliothekenverbund)
Linked Data Light - Linkaggregation mit BEACON
Jakob Voß (GBV)

30.11. Conference
Focus: Scholarly Communication in the Web of Data
9:00 - 17:30
Tipping the Sacred Cow: Thinking Beyond the Journal System
Herbert van de Sompel (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Notes on Bibliographica
William Waites (Open Knowledge Foundation)
Enhanced Publications, Linked Data und Erfahrungen aus dem 
Wolfram Horstmann (Universität Bielefeld)
Das LODUM Projekt: Transparente Forschung auf Basis von 
Linked Library Data
Carsten Keßler, Tomi Kauppinen, Umut Tas (Universität Münster)
Dokumentation des Forschungsprozesses in einer Bibliothek 
als Linked Data
Benjamin Zapilko (GESIS), Brigitte Mathiak (Universität Trier)
What Needs to Happen in a Scholarly Publishing Reform?
Björn Brembs (FU Berlin)
The Open Citation Corpus and the SPAR Ontologies
David Shotton (University of Oxford)
Lightning Talks
Panel discussion
Linked Open Data für die zukünftige wissenschaftliche 
Informationsinfrastruktur in Deutschland
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