CLARIAH Seminar: Ontologies for History
|Date||Tuesday 6 November 2018|
|Time||9:30 – 12:00|
|Location||NIAS Conference Room, Korte Spinhuissteeg 3, Amsterdam|
|Registration||No registration necessary: everyone is welcome|
We are very pleased to announce this forthcoming CLARIAH seminar with:
- Francesco Beretta (CNRS, Lyon/ Data for History Consortium)
- Regina Varniene Janssen (Vilnius University, Research Centre for the Organization of Libraries and Information Lithuania).
The seminar aims to bring together researchers and other specialists implementing and developing ontologies and standards to improve interoperability of historical data. Although in recent years significant progress has been made in the systemic integration of heterogenous and diverse data sources, semantic interoperability is still very much an open issue for historical data. This event provides the opportunity for the CLARIAH community and the NWO project group of ‘Golden Agents’ to acquaint themselves with the international Data for History Consortium. This consortium aims to develop common ontological models for historical data as extensions to the conceptual framework of the CIDOC CRM.
|10:05- 11:00||Lecture Francesco Beretta followed by Q&A
"Interoperability of historical data and FAIR principles: an ontology management environment for sharing and aligning data models (ontome.dataforhistory.org)".
|11:00-12:00||Lecture Regina Varniene – Janssen followed by Q&A
“Authenticity and provenance in long term digital preservation of cultural content: Recent developments.”