This quiz covers material presented in the first module of the BIBFRAME pilot training project at the Library of Congress. The quiz consists of five multiple choice questions with the answers explained in popups after the user has made their selection. Questions address possible misconceptions regarding Linked Data principles and Linked Open Data (LOD), as well as the role of the RDF data model, triple statements, and vocabularies within the Semantic Web.
Keywords: Linked Data, Semantic Web, HTTP URIs
Publisher: Library of Congress
Date created: 2015-08-01 04:00:00.000
Time required: P5M
Educational use: professionalDevelopment
Educational audience: student
Interactivity type: active
- Knows that Uniform Resource Identifiers, or URIs (1994), include Uniform Resource Locators (URLs, which locate web pages) as well as location-independent identifiers for physical, conceptual, or web r
- Knows the "five stars" of Open Data: put data on the Web, preferably in a structured and preferably non-proprietary format, using URIs to name things, and link to other data.
- Knows the subject-predicate-object component structure of a triple.
- Understands that URIs and literals denote things in the world ("resources") real, imagined, or conceptual.
- Reuses published properties and classes where available.
- Understands that Linked Data (2006) extended the notion of a web of documents (the Web) to a notion of a web of finer-grained data (the Linked Data cloud).