LIDO

The LIDO Working Group – formerly Data Harvesting and Interchange Working Group – centralizes information and activities that are currently taking place with Lightweight Information Describing Objects (LIDO), a format for contributing collection information for resource discovery. The Working Group sustains LIDO’s advancement, exposure, and applicability.

The Working Group brings together documentation and material for LIDO, along with information on CDWA Lite, and museumdat, the two XML schemas upon which LIDO is based. The Working Group provides a history of developments and material to help understand how the schemas evolved. Additionally, the Working Group serves as the source for the most up-to-date information about advancements with LIDO, and a place to evaluate its progress, implementations and understanding within the greater community.

More info about LIDO:

Why LIDO

What is LIDO

    Background

        Related standards

    What’s in LIDO

        Mandatory elements

        Examples

LIDO technical

    Specification

    Terminology

        LOD Interface

    Tools

FAQ

    General questions

    Practical questions

LIDO community

    Use of LIDO

    Get in contact

Resources

 


The Working Group is co-chaired by:

Regine Stein (Chair)
regine.stein[at]sub.uni-goettingen.de
Göttingen State and University Library, University of Göttingen, Germany

Erin Coburn (Vice chair)
Independant Consultant, Digital Strategy for Museums & the Cultural Heritage Sector, Oakland, USA

Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass (Vice chair)
emmanuelle.delmas-glass[at]yale.edu
Yale Center for British Art, Yale University, New Haven, USA