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February 2014-June July 2014:

·         Initial two-day project meeting (all project participants);

·         initial ontology design using Protégé[1] across all sites (Brian Lowe, Harvard ontology consultant, Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst, Jon Corson-Rikert);

·         identify SRSIS data sources for each institution (all project participants) ;

·         begin SRSIS development: initial data ingest code, initial templates (Cornell SRSIS developer)

·         identify set of external vocabularies/taxonomies to integrate with ontology (Brian Lowe, Harvard ontology consultant, Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst, Jon Corson-Rikert); and

·         begin work on ActiveTriples Hydra component (Simeon Warner, Cornell Hydra developer).

 

July August 2014-December 2014January 2015:

·         Hold second two-day project meeting (all project participants);

·         continue ontology design (Brian Lowe, Harvard ontology consultant, Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst, Jon Corson-Rikert);

·         pilot initial data ingests into Vitro-based SRSIS instance at Cornell (Cornell SRSIS developer);

·         complete initial implementation of ActiveTriples Hydra component (Simeon Warner, Cornell Hydra developer);

·         identify and invite workshop participants (Dean Krafft, Tom Cramer, David Weinberger);  and

·         finalize workshop agenda with participants (Dean Krafft, Tom Cramer, David Weinberger).

 

December 2014January 2015:

·         Hold workshop (Dean Krafft, with most project participants);

·         gather feedback on ontology and approach (Brian Lowe, Jon Corson-Rikert, Harvard ontology consultant, Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst); and

·         create workshop report (Dean Krafft, with most project participants).

 

January February 2015-June July 2015:

·         Hold third two-day partner meeting (all project participants);

·         pilot initial SRSIS instances at Harvard with local data ingest including Harvard’s LibraryCloud data (Paul Deschner and Harvard consultant)

·         pilot initial SRSIS instances at Stanford with local data ingest including profiles data and local authority files (Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst);

·         continue ontology development (Brian Lowe, Harvard ontology consultant, Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst, Jon Corson-Rikert);

·         fully populate Cornell SRSIS instance from multiple data sources including MARC catalog records, EAD finding aids, VIVO data, CuLLR, and local digital collections (Cornell SRSIS developer);

·         develop a test instance of the SRSIS Search application (based on existing VIVO Search code) harvesting RDF across the three partner institutions (Jon Corson-Rikert, Brian Lowe, Cornell Hydra developer, Cornell SRSIS developer);

·         integrate SRSIS with ActiveTriples (Simeon Warner, Cornell Hydra developer, Cornell SRSIS developer); and

·         Stanford evaluation of ActiveTriples (Stanford Linked Data Programmer/Analyst).

 

July August 2015-December 2015January 2016:

·         Hold fourth two-day partner meeting (all project participants);

·         implement fully functional SRSIS instances at Cornell, Harvard, and Stanford (all project participants);

·         public release of SRSIS code and ontology (project leads);

·         public release of ActiveTriples Hydra Component (project leads); and

·         implement a demonstration SRSIS Search discovery and access system across the three SRSIS instances (Jon Corson-Rikert, Brian Lowe, Cornell Hydra developer, Cornell SRSIS developer).