w/c 12 November – Discovery news roundup

One particularly interesting thing I noticed this past month was that tweets about open data, linked data and metadata were starting to come thick and fast from people within my network who sit well outside the library and cultural data domains. In particular the tweets from attendees of the Lasa’s Charity Digital Summit and the ‘Nesta in Manchester’ event about innovation seemed to include a rich vein of tweets about all things open. Perhaps an indicator that open data’s tipping point is approaching?

Some highlights from the world of resource discovery and open data in recent weeks:

Updates from a couple of large-scale projects in Europe and the US:

News from Discovery partner organisations:

Please note that places are still available for the second of our free Discovery Licensing Clinics on 30 November in London. It is an opportunity for managers and decision makers from libraries, archives and museums to get practical advice on open data licensing from our assembled team of experts.

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