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Music Linked Data Workshop

11 Feb

Preliminary Announcement; Call For Exhibitors and Attendees

MusicNet is pleased to announce a workshop on Music Linked Data, to be held on 12 May 2011, 10:30-16:00. The event will take place at the JISC London meeting rooms (Brettenham House (South Entrance), 5 Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN).

The morning will feature presentations by the MusicNet team (University of Southampton; MusicNet), David De Roure (University of Oxford; SALAMI), Simon Dixon (Queen Mary UoL; LinkedBrainz), Nicholas Humfrey (BBC; BBC’s music linked data), and David Flanders (JISC; JISC’s plans for linked data). In the afternoon presenters and other exhibitors will be available to answer questions, offer advice on using linked music data, and provide ‘mini-tutorials’ to attendees.

The event will be of equal interest to:

  • computer scientists with an interest in music;
  • music technologists;
  • music librarians and library scientists;
  • digital humanities scholars and digital musicologists;
  • musicologists planning research projects with an online component or website.

Registration

The workshop is now fully booked – sorry!

However, places may still be available for the AES ‘Music and Semantic Web’ Workshop on 13th May. See http://www.aes.org/events/130/workshops/?ID=2639 for details.

Further Information

Further information and updates about the workshop will be published at http://musicnet.mspace.fm/blog/music-linked-data-workshop/ in due course. If you have any questions, please email David at D.Bretherton@soton.ac.uk.

 
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