The workshop covers:
1. The philosophy behind the CIDOC CRM
2. The CIDOC CRM semantic framework and how it is applied to heritage datasets.
3. How to map CRM as a knowledge representation exercise.
4. How to create Linked Data for use in an RDF database.
Some feedback from the recent USA workshop:
“This was SO helpful…I have already made better
decisions this week as we develop our collections online presence”
“Thank you so much! This was an excellent event. It
came at the perfect time for my project, and has given me practical methods for
moving forward with my data mapping and transformation”.
had a blast and learned a lot!”
Dominic Oldman: Head of ResearchSpace at the British Museum and a
Senior Curator in the Collections Directorate, he is deputy chair of the CIDOC
Conceptual Reference Model (CRM) Special Interest Group. He managed the
implementation of the British Museum’s Collection Online service and
established the Museum’s public Semantic Web service, which provides collection
information mapped to the CIDOC CRM ontology. He is currently the Principal Investigator of
ResearchSpace, a project funded by the Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation.
Maria Theodoridou: R & D engineer in
the Information Systems Laboratory and the Centre for Cultural Informatics of the Institute of Computer Science, FORTH, in Crete, Greece. Maria has been actively involved in several national
and international cultural information systems’ projects. Her research
interests include conceptual modelling, cultural information systems, source
material management systems and digital libraries.