Wikidata with Kevin Payravi – Thank You!

January 23, 2017 0

We at CO-ASIS&T would like to say a big and heartfelt “THANK YOU” to Kevin Payravi for his presentation on Wikidata last week. Not only was this undergraduate up-and-comer’s talk interesting, informative, and polished, but he skipped out on his organization’s celebration for Wikipedia’s 15th Anniversary so he could get the word out about Wikidata. Visit the Wikipedia Connection’s website here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Connection – to learn more about the organization he helps run, including a list of upcoming Read More

Wikidata: An Introduction to the Database of the World’s Knowledge

January 4, 2017 0

Imagine Wikipedia’s information in a structured form: that’s Wikidata. Wikidata is a free, open, collaborative, and multilingual knowledge base that can be read by both humans and machines. It’s a central storage for structured data that can be used by Wikipedia and its sister projects, as well as the general public. Wikidata proves to be a powerful and useful tool for libraries, museums, mapping services, developers, and everyday people. Kevin Payravi will present ‘Wikidata: An Read More

Research Commons at the Ohio State University Libraries Tour

May 16, 2016 0

Join CO-ASIS&T and Meris Mandernach and Joshua Sadvari for a tour of the new Research Commons at The Ohio State University on Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The Research Commons at The Ohio State University Libraries leverages campus partnerships to provide support services at each stage of the research lifecycle. It enhances the Libraries’ mission by providing a hub for collaborative, interdisciplinary research that is both expertise and technology enabled. The Research Commons promotes the use Read More

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