|Sent on:||Saturday, May 26, 2012 11:15 PM|
I'd like to call your attention to the LOD-LAM Zotero Group, sponsored by the Digital Library Federation:
This is an online bibliography ("webliography") of linked data resources (articles, blog posts, tutorials and books, videos and podcasts, events, standards, sites for vocabularies, projects, data sources, software and web-based tools, and more...) of interest to the library, archive and museum community.
The focus of this webliography is resources of particular usefulness for cultural heritage institutions, including basic information about linked data technology as targeted to or used by libraries, archives, and museums. Particularly valuable would be information about tools (web-based and software), including notes about experience with the tool by practitioners in the field. Keeping up with the "good stuff" is more than one individual or even a small group could manage, but we hope that this can become a "go to" site for information of particular interest and usefulness to this community, through many contributions. Much like a wiki, anybody can see, and create a login and "join" the Group in order to contribute. Use of the Zotero client or plugin isn't required, but recommended. When you find something useful on the web, it's easy to grab it and add it. The group putting this together prepared a guide for Zotero Group newbies: http://connect.ala.org/node/177340
If you have any comments or ideas about this site, you can send them to me (Laura Akerman, liblna -at- emory.edu).