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The Current State of Linked Data in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

“Erik T. Mitchell wrote Library Technology Reports (vol. 50, no. 5), “Library Linked Data: Research and Adoption,” published in July 2013. This report, ALA TechSource, Vol 52, No. 1 (2016) revisits the adoption of Linked Data by libraries, archives, and museums, identifying current trends, challenges, and opportunities in the field. By looking at services and research-related large-scale projects, such as BIBFRAME and DPLA, the report describes a trajectory of adoption. It looks at the vocabularies, schemas, standards, and technologies forming the foundation of Linked Data as well as policies and practices influencing the community.”

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