Archive for the ‘ukoln-blog’ Category

JISC RIM CERIF Workshop Report

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

The Innovation Support Centre at UKOLN (together with the JISC RIM and RCSI Programmes) organised a workshop in Bristol on 27-28 June 2012 on Research Information Management (RIM) and CERIF. The Innovation Support Centre has just published a blog posting on this event. Further details are available from the ISC blog.

Ariadne Re-launch: ISC Delivers Enriched Content

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

The Innovation Support Centre has published a blog posting on the appearance of the re-launched Ariadne with particular emphasis on the new features that the ISC has developed to the benefit of readers and authors alike. The post is now available on the Innovation Support Centre Web site.

Problems Accessing W3C LLD Blog

Monday, July 4th, 2011

The WordPress plugin which offers paragraph-level commenting allows for discussions of documents which are republished using WordPress. This plugin is in use in a variety of blogs such as, WriteToReply and UKOLN’s W3C linked library data incubator blog. However there is currently a bug with which sometimes means the blog will not display. The developers of are currently looking into resolving this problem. We will provide an update as soon as possible.

JISC 2011 Conference: The Business Administrative Case for Linked Data

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Adrian Stevenson’s latest eFragments blog post reports on the parallel session entitled What is the Business Administrative Case for Linked Data? held at the JISC Conference in Liverpool on 15 March 2011. The session promised to address the “business value to the institution” of linked data, and was designed for “anyone who wants a clear explanation in terms of how it applies to your institutional business strategy for saving money..”.