Publications and Presentations
A Base to Build On: Developing Wikibase Tools for GLAM Documents & Data
Miller, M. (July 13, 2022) Presented “A Base to Build On: Developing Wikibase Tools for GLAM Documents & Data” at the 2022 LD4 Conference on Linked Data. A recording of the presentation can be viewed here or slides here.
#InfoShow22: Linked Data for Archival Exploration – A Use Case from the Rauschenberg Archives Part 2
Davis, J. & Kaplan, A. (May 13, 2022). Linked Data for Archival Exploration – A Use Case from the Rauschenberg Archives Part 2: Exploration: Queries and Visualizations. Pratt School of Information #InfoShow22.
#InfoShow22: Linked Data for Archival Exploration – A Use Case from the Rauschenberg Archives Part 1
Ferguson, T. & Mikelić, E. (May 13, 2022). Linked Data for Archival Exploration – A Use Case from the Rauschenberg Archives Part 1: Construction: Methods and Tools. Pratt School of Information #InfoShow22.
Wikibase for Cultural Heritage Data and LIS Education at the Pratt Semantic Lab
Hwang, K. and Miller, M. (May 12, 2022). Presented during LD4 Wikidata Affinity Group/Wikibase and WBStack Working Hours. Slides and recording are now available.
Semantic Lab at Pratt Institute: Enabling Research through Linked Data
Carlson, J. (April 15, 2022). Semantic Lab presented continued work on the E.A.T. + LOD project as part of Pratt’s annual Research Open House. Presentation can be viewed here.
Wikibase Community User Group Live Session
Carslon, J. (December 30, 2021). Presentation on the use of Wikibase for Semantic Lab projects at the monthly Wikibase Community User Group live session. Information about the meeting and a recording are available here.
Wikibase: Basecamp for the Semantic Lab's Wiki Journey at WikidataCon 2021
Graphing Out Communities and Cultures in the Archives: Methods and Tools
Pattuelli, M. C. (2021). Graphing out communities and cultures in the archives: Methods and tools. In Richard P. Smiraglia and Andrea Scharnhorst (Eds.), Linking Knowledge: Linked Open Data for Knowledge Organization and Visualization (pp. 149-166). Ergon-Verlag. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783956506611
Linking Lost Jazz Shrines Presentation to METRO
Adams, S. A. (October 5, 2021) Presentation of the results of the Linking Lost Jazz Shrines project to METRO on October 5. The project, a collaboration between the Semantic Lab and the Weeksville Heritage Center, was the recipient of one of METRO’s inaugural Equity in Action grants. The slides are available here.
E.A.T + LOD at Hack4OpenGLAM's Creative Commons Global Summit
Siler, M. (September 20, 2021). Presentation of E.A.T. + LOD Project at Hack4OpenGLAM’s Creative Commons Global Summit. Presentation slides can be viewed here.
E.A.T. + LOD at the 2021 LD4 Conference on Linked Data
Siler, M. (July 20, 2021) Presented the E.A.T. + LOD project at the 2021 LD4 Conference on Linked Data poster session. Poster: “Wikibase and Artists Archives: Connecting ‘Experiments in Art and Technology’ Data from the Rauschenberg Archives,” can be viewed on the conference site.
Linking Lost Jazz Shrines at Data for History 2021
Adams, S. A. and Collier, Z. (June 30, 2021). Collaborative effort of Semantic Lab and Weeksville Heritage Center Project presented the Linking Lost Jazz Shrines project at Data for History 2021: Modelling Time, Places, Agents. You can find here a recording of the presentation and slides.
InfoShow21: E.A.T. + LOD Bibliography
Rothrock, M. and Ferguson, T. (May 13, 2021). Presentation on the E.A.T. + LOD Bibliography project as part of Pratt School of Information’s #InfoShow21.
Research Open House: E.A.T. Linked Data Modeling
Siler, M. (April 12, 2021). Presentation of SemLab’s work on the E.A.T. + LOD project as part of Pratt’s annual Research Open House. Presentation: here.
Wikibase and Semantic Lab Lightning Talk at WikiCon North America
Hwang, K. (December 11, 2021). Lightning talk at WikiCon North America on December 11 and as part of “20 at 20,” a series of 20 interviews conducted by Wikimedia NY to commemorate Wikipedia’s 20th anniversary. Title: “Wikibase and Semantic Lab: Collaborative Project Data Modeling and Graphing a History of Women in Jazz.”
Towards New Data Ecologies: Experimenting with Linked Data in the Archives
Pattuelli, C. (October 22, 2020). Towards new data ecologies: Experimenting with linked data in the archives [presentation]. New York Archives Week Symposium, The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York.
Semantic Technologies for Artists' Archives: The Robert Rauschenberg Project
Lyon, M. (2020). Semantic technologies for artists’ archives: The Robert Rauschenberg Project. Panel presentation and Q&A Session at the 2020 Society for American Archivists (SAA) National Conference, August 8, 2020.
Linking Lost Jazz Shrines: The Preservation of Brooklyn Jazz Scene through Linked Open Data.
Pattuelli, M.C. and Adams, S. A. (June 10, 2020). Linking Lost Jazz Shrines: The preservation of Brooklyn jazz scene through linked open data. Weeksville Heritage Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Linking Lost Jazz Shrines
Adams, S. A. (2020). Linking Lost Jazz Shrines. Collections as Data, Cohort 1, Summative Forum, Jan 17, 2020, The University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Ontology Shift: Cultural Heritage Ontologies in the Time of Linked Open Data
Pattuelli, M. C., Miller, Matt, and Adams, S. A. (2019). Ontology shift: Cultural heritage ontologies in the time of linked open data. Digital Humanities 2019 (DH 2019), Ontologies for Linked Data in the Humanities Workshop. Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 8-12, 2019.
Documents as Data: Harvesting Knowledge from Textual Resources with DADAlytics
Adams, S. A., Mann, M., Gold, R., Della Monica, I., and Pattuelli, M. C. (2019). Documents as data: Harvesting Knowledge from textual resources with DADAlytics. 11th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML 2019), May 28-31, Florence, Italy. [Abstract]
From Uniform Identifiers to Graphs, From Individuals to Communities: What We Talk About When We Talk About Linked Person Data
Pattuelli, M. C. (2018). From uniform identifiers to graphs, from individuals to communities: What we talk about when we talk about linked person data. In F. Ribeiro & M. E. Cerveira (Eds.), Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Organization in the Digital Age, Proceedings of the 15th International ISKO Conference. Advances in knowledge organization, Vol. 16. Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 571-580. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5771/9783956504211-571. [Abstract]
Florentine Renaissance Drawings: A Linked Catalog for the Semantic Web
Klic, L., Nelson, J.K., Pattuelli, M. C., and Provo, A. (2018). Florentine Renaissance Drawings: A linked catalog for the Semantic Web. Art Documentation: Journal of the Arts Libraries Society of North America. (37)1, 33-43. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1086/697276.
Accidental Discovery, Intentional Inquiry: Leveraging Linked Data to Uncover the Women of Jazz
Pattuelli, M. C., Hwang, K., and Miller M. (2017). Accidental discovery, intentional inquiry: Leveraging linked data to uncover the women of jazz. DSH: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. (32)4, 918-924. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqw047.
Linked Data Aggregation, Integration and Mashups in the Performing Arts: A Project Report
Pattuelli, M. C. and Sistrunk, H. (2017). Linked Data Aggregation, Integration and Mashups in the Performing Arts: A Project Report. The 11th U.S. Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) Workshop as part of DC-2017, Washington, DC, 26-29 October 2017.
The Drawings of the Florentine Paintings: From Print Catalog to Linked Open Data
Klic, L., Miller, M., Nelson, J., Pattuelli, M. C. and Provo, A. (2017). The drawings of the Florentine painters: From print catalog to Linked Open Data. The Code4Lib Journal, 38(October 2017).
DADAlytics: A Tool to Steer Digital Culture Heritage to the Semantic Web
LG-72-17-0179-17 IMLS National Leadership Grants for Libraries (National Digital Platform), Planning Grant Proposal: DADAlytics: A Tool to Steer Digital Culture Heritage to the Semantic Web
Linked Open Data and the Cultural Heritage Landscape
Thorsen, H. K. and Pattuelli, M. C. (2016). Linked Open Data and the cultural heritage landscape. In Ed Jones and Michele Seikel (Eds.), Linked Data for Cultural Heritage. Chicago, ALA: ALCTS Publishing. Also published by Facet Publishing.
LAM From the Trenches: The LODLAM Community and the Building of LAM Culture, Practices, and Education
Pattuelli, M. C. (2016). LAM from the trenches: the LODLAM community and the building of LAM culture, practices, and education. In Jennifer Arns and Karen Miller (Eds.), Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics: 2015 (pp. 33-41). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Earlier publications can be found at the Linked Jazz Project site.