Places still available – CIGS LOD seminar, Edinburgh, 18th November

Linked Open Data: current practice in libraries and archives

Places are still available for the CIGS LOD seminar, taking place in Edinburgh on the 18th November – book your place now!

This all day seminar will describe the practicalities of creating and using linked data in library and archival applications.  The seminar will be of interest to professionals involved in cataloguing, the management of metadata, resource discovery, and data interoperability, and those with an interest in creating, publishing and using linked data and open data and the development of the semantic web.

Seminar details

Title           Linked Open Data: current practice in libraries and archives
Date           Monday 18th November 2013
Time          10am-4pm
Venue        Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation
High School Yards, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT
Directions  http://edinburghcentre.org/contact-form.html)
Cost            £55 + 20% vat (£45 + 20% vat for CIG/CIGS members)
Organiser Cataloguing & Indexing Group in Scotland

Full programme available at CIGSLODSeminar2013Programme

How to register

To register for this event, please contact Paul Cunnea, CIGS Secretary, a p.cunnea@nls.uk

Please indicate whether you are a CIG/CIGS member, and whether you wish to be invoiced or will pay on the day; include invoicing details as appropriate. Please note that delegates will be invoiced after the event.

Any queries regarding purchase orders or invoicing please contact CIGS Treasurer Ann Cameron at a.cameron@nls.uk

Closing date: 11th November 2013

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