Raising visibility of local data collections through linking with international publication databases (Belgrade, Serbia)

11th International Conference on Scientific Digitalization of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, University Repositories and Distance Learning

UPDATE – The video of the presentation is now available.

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to visit Belgrade as a speaker at the 11th International Conference on Scientific Digitalization of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, University Repositories and Distance Learning.  It was an excellent conference with even better hosts.  My presentation discussed different ways that finished publications can be connected with related data.  The below matrix summarizes the different options and the examples covered in the presentation:

Publication/Data Linking Matrix

The full presentation is below along with my notes:

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Abstract:  Connecting locally hosted data repositories to internationally hosted related articles has never been easier.  With APIs and other web services becoming standardized at the same time that new linking standards, such as Datacite DOIs, are being adopted, new ways to distribute and mashup content are now possible.  This presentation will explore emerging trends in linking scholarly literature to data.  Both entity linking and data linking will be discussed.  Examples will be presented demonstrating how these technologies are being employed by publishers and A&I vendors in cooperation with local data repositories.
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