What follows is a loosely organized collection of links and information both about commonly used ontologies and about working with ontologies in OWL. The information is presented as part of the instructional material for my Rare Book School course on Approaches to Digital Bibliography and Book History, co-taught with Benjamin
Slides from my presentation to the UC Davis Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Deans on the Library’s Digital Scholarship Program are available here. The presentation outlined the programs service offerings as well as independent research. It also highlighted some of the projects already completed or underway.
Slides from my plenary presentation at the American Antiquarian Society’s Digital Antiquarian conference can be found here. The talk, “21st-Century Bibliography: Social Cataloguing, Linked Data, and the Computational Humanities,”provided an overview of current trends in digital humanities and digital library scholarship and discussed cutting (if not bleeding) edge technologies currently
Slides from my talk at the Coalition for Networked Information member meeting can be found here. The talk focused on the Institute for Museum and Library Services funded BIBFLOW project that focuses on the impact that transitioning to a Linked Data native library catalogue will have on internal library operations
Slides from Talk to UC Davis College of Arts and Letters Division of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies
Slides from my presentation with MacKenzie Smith at the Dean’s meeting of the UC Davis College of Arts and Sciences Division of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies are available here. The talk focuses on the changing role of the library in the digital era and on the services offered by