The videorecordings will be available soon.

 

 

ELAG 2018 Slides

 

 The Delicate Dance of Decentralization and Aggregation by Ruben Verborgh

 

Blending and Deblending Data in the Daily Routine of a University Library by Wolfgang Stille

 

Hydras to TACOs: Evolving the Stanford Digital Repository by Christina Harlow, Erin Fahy

 

The ARCLib Project: An Open-Source Solution for Long-Term Preservation by Michal Růžička

 

The Datahub Project: De/blending Museum Data by Matthias Vandermaesen

 

ABC: Amsterdam Blended Collections – The Local Amsterdam Cultural Heritage Linked Open Data Network by Lukas Koster

 

In Out, In Out, and Shake It All About: a Moving Story of Data by Jane Stevenson

 

Enriching Library Metadata with API’s by Lucas Mak

 

Rethinking the IT System Architecture by Henrike Berthold

 

Pushing SKOS by Felix Ostrowski, Adrian Pohl

 

Blend and deblend Linked open data in a Consortium by Jordi Pallarès

 

Machine for Automatic Subject Indexing Using ToC by Jan Pokorný

 

DeepGreen – Blending Data to Transform the German Scientific Publication Landscape to More Open Access by Thomas Dierkes, Julia Goltz-Fellgiebel

 

From XML to MARC: RDF behind the scenes by Yann Nicolas

 

Largest Koha Installation of 1,130 Public Libraries in Turkey by Mengu Yazicioglu

 

 

ELAG 2018 Lightning Talks

 

Making Wikidata fit as a Linking Hub for Knowledge Organization Systems by Joachim Neubert

 

Shareable Authority by Jing Wang

 

Data Quality Flea Market by Péter Kiraly

 

Linked data is dead? by Lassi Lager

 

RIJKS MUSEUM by Chris Dijskshoorn

 

Blending/Reblending Library Services: Supporting Reproducible Science by Harrison Dekker

 

Links quality for/by human and  machines by Aline Le Provost

video

 

Using Cucumber for Collaboration by Rurik Greenall

 

SOLR TOTAL. 1 000 MARC Fields. 2 000 Indexes by Yann Nicolas

 

Library Carpentry. Software and data skills for library professionals by Tim Dennis

 

A Lightning Talk on  Manuscripts and IIIF by Leander Seige

 

ELAG Community by Lukas Koster and Christina Harlow