AMSL: Creating a Linked Data Infrastructure for Managing Electronic Resources in Libraries

Natanael Arndt, Sebastian Nuck, Andreas Nareike, Norman Radtke, Leander Seige, Thomas Riechert
in Proceedings of the ISWC 2014 Posters & Demonstrations Track (Editors: Matthew Horridge, Marco Rospocher, Jacco van Ossenbruggen), 2014-10
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Electronic resources (e.g. e-journals, e-books or databases) are gaining more an more importance in libraries. With AMSL we demonstrate a flexible electronic resource management system which enables libraries to manage their electronic resources with a domain adapted software based on the OntoWiki application framework. Due to its generic design and first of all flexible data model the AMSL system can be easily adjusted to upcoming requirements. The consequent use of Linked Data further enables libraries to build up a Linked Open Data infrastructure for exchange of meta data.