Book Review: Linked Data for the Perplexed Librarian

Judy Gitlin


In the introduction, the authors of this concise work state that their aim is to present the basics of linked data specifically to librarians “whose background may not be traditionally considered ‘technical’” (x). They state that the book “is a great primer on linked data basics, it is not an exhaustive dive into the topic, nor is it intended to make you an expert” (xi). To a large degree, the authors meet these objectives, at least to this reviewer who is not of a technical background.

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