[Metadatalibrarians] VRA Core RDF Ontology available for review

Michael J Dulock Michael.Dulock at Colorado.EDU
Thu Oct 8 13:42:51 PDT 2015

*Please excuse cross-postings*

The Visual Resources Association has released an initial draft of a VRA Core RDF Ontology. The RDF Ontology is based on the Core 4.0 XML Schema and is available along with an XLST stylesheet that will convert VRA Core 4.0 compliant XML in RDF.

The Ontology, XSLT conversion stylesheet, and example records can be found on GitHub at the following link: https://github.com/mixterj/VRA-RDF-Project. The Ontology can be viewed here http://purl.org/vra/.

Comments and questions are welcome. Please feel free to submit them over the VRA Core listserv, which you can join at this link http://listserv.loc.gov/listarch/vracore.html, on the GitHub repo page, or email them directly to Jeff Mixter (mixterj at oclc.org<mailto:mixterj at oclc.org>).

More information available at http://vraweb.org/vra-core-rdf-ontology-available-for-review/
Michael Dulock
Assistant Professor
Metadata Librarian

University of Colorado Boulder Libraries
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