Loïs Hutubessy, Collection System Manager at Het Nieuwe Instituut, discusses transforming collection data into Linked Open Data with Axiell Collections
In this video case study, learn how Het Nieuwe Instituut is embracing Linked Open Data in order to connect their data to other cultural institutions and other data sources. The goal of this is to improve the sustainability, visibility and accessibility of their data for end users.
Het Nieuwe Instituut manages the national collection of Dutch architecture and urban planning. With an estimated 4 million objects, it is the largest architecture collection in the world and a vital resource to researchers and scholars.
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If you would like to hear more about Het Nieuwe Instituut’s work transforming their collections data to Linked Open Data, you can watch their presentation from the 2022 Axiell European User Conference.
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