Linked Open Data Infrastructure for Digital Humanities (LODI4DH)
In collaboration with HELDIG – Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities and other collaborators, SeCo is developing a Linked Open Data Infrastructure for Digital Humanities (LODI4DH) in Finland. This work is continuation of the national FinnONTO project (2003-2012) on ontologies, the Linked Data Finland project (2013-), and the Linked Open Science (2015-2017) project, and various Digital Humanities related projects of SeCo.
Datasets, Metadata Schemas, Ontologies, and Services
In our view, the key components of the Linked Open Data Infrastructure for Digital Humanities include datasets (with data alignments), metadata schemas (including schema alignments) used for representing the data, domain ontologies (vocabularies) used in annotating the data, and services for creating, publishing, and maintaining these data resources.
We also develop online learning materials especially for researchers in humanities and social sciences willing to expand their methodological skills in computing.
More information on LODI4DH will be published later on this page.