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Curator of the Future

One of the perks of being a research placement at the British museum is the possibility to go to events you normally wouldn’t have the chance to participate in. Today I went to the Curator of the Future conference. Afterwards

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Trip Report: MCN 2014

Dallas, not the most inspiring city to have a museum conference. Starting the conference off with a Forth Worth museum tour and having a great view from the 24th floor made me rethink that (a bit). Beforehand I was curious

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EKAW 2014 – Using Linked Data to diversify search results

EKAW 2014 short paper presentation: Using Linked Data to diversify search results: a case study in cultural heritage. The paper can be found here. Source: Chris Dijkshoorn

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MCN 2014 – Accurator

Slides of the panel presentation of the Accurator nichesourcing framework at MCN 2014. Source: Chris Dijkshoorn

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Linking Birds: Converting the IOC World Bird List to RDF

In SEALINCMedia presentations about Accurator we often use the example of a print described as “bird near red leaf”. Although this description captures what is seen in the print,  it can be much more precise. Questions such as what sort of

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Linking Birds: Converting the IOC World Bird List to RDF

In SEALINCMedia presentations about Accurator we often use the example of a print described as “bird near red leaf”. Although this description captures what is seen in the print,  it can be much more precise. Questions such as what sort of

Posted in Projects, SEALINCMedia, Staff Blogs