DCMI: Introduction to the W3C Data Catalog Ontology (DCAT)

November 12, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)


The W3C Data Catalogue ontology (DCAT) is a recommendation for how to publish data catalogues on the web. It can be used by itself, of form the basis of a richer application profile. Although originally focusing on open government data, the ontology and application profiles are now seeing use in a wider set of uses. This talk will provide information on the history of DCAT and its underlying philosophy. The ontology will be placed in context of other similar approaches to publishing data catalogues on the web, and reasons to adopt DCAT will be discussed. The role of W3C and the working group that maintains DCAT will be described, and recent activity and future directions will be detailed.

United States

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Association for Information Science and Technology | ASIS&T
Name: Cathy Nash
Phone: 3014950900
Email: webinars@asist.org
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