The October 2014 issue of College & Research Libraries News has published a useful roundup of open data resources available on the web. It was compiled by Cliff Landis a librarian at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
This resource will be of interest to all but a “must” for those who want to learn more about liked open data.
Although not exhaustive, the following resources will help you learn about the principles behind linked open data, identify some of the ways it is already being used, see how knowledge organizations are contributing to this emerging field, and get involved with creating the next version of the web.
The annotated entries are organized into the following categories:
- Understanding the basics
- See it in action
- Large knowledge bases
- Linked open data in libraries, archives, and museums
- Get started
- Publish your linked open data
Direct to Full Text: “A web of meaning: Linked open data resources on the web”