YEAH – You! Enhance Access to History

The YEAH! project, where the National Archives of Sweden, Estonia and Iceland together with the Lulea Technical University and Estonian Business Archives have worked on Linked Open Data is now finished.

The main outcomes of the project were three demonstrators (one for each country) and a handbook on how to create Linked Open Data (if it's your first time to do so). All the four mentioned items are referenced from the website

Scroll down to "Projektets handbok" to download the English handbook and to "Projektets Demonstratorer" to link to the demonstrators.

About the Author

Silke Jagodzinski

Silke Jagodzinski, Diploma in Archival Science and Master in History and Cultural Science. Silke worked five years as member of a digital history project and after that as traditional archivist. She became digital archivist and got advanced training in digital technology related to Information Science. Before Silke started to work for the APEx project at the Federal Archives of Germany in 2012, she gathered experiences with several XML technologies and archival standards in a company for data conversion. Within the APEx project, Silke is involved in most of the Work Packages and has a focus on archival standards and metadata tasks.

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