Pre-project activities (prior to April 2016)
- Form core group within Library Technical Services Dept. and schedule weekly meetings
- Initial modelling for annotations, investigate applicability of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Annotation Data Model
- Manually create 45 sample annotations in turtle format
- Prototype an annotation creation tool
- Consult with Princeton University Center for DIgital Humanities (CDH)
- "De-"framing" Derrida", BIBFRAME Update Forum, ALA Midwinter Meeting 2016
Phase 1 (April-Sept. 2016)
- Expand core group to local Rare Books staff
- Consult with faculty stakeholder in French and Italian Dept.
- Coordination with related CDH Derrida project
- Create informational web page on Princeton website: https://library.princeton.edu/tsd/cams/ld4p/
- Create private wiki for Princeton internal documentation
- Participation in collaborative LD4P Rare Materials ontology calls
- Creation of use cases
- Consult with library IT staff
- Create proposal for imaging relevant pages from a sample of 500 annotated books
- Follow wider activities:
- Local discussion involving all catalogers of ALCTS e-forum on RDA in BIBFRAME: "I’m lost the future of cataloging and metadata management for the rest of us"
- OCLC Works in Progress Webinar: Linked Open Data for Digitized Special Collections
- Preliminary discussions about training a select group of staff in linked data concepts''
- Submit proposal for Journal of Library Metadata article
(Last updated July 2016, to be updated again Sept 2016)