[WEBINAR] Strengthening AGROVOC through engagement with expert communities
By CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture
June 2, 2020
3:00 PM CEST
June 2, 2020 3:00 PM CEST
Date: 2 June 2020
Time: 3:00 PM CEST (UTC + 2:00)
This webinar is the fourth in the Ontologies Community of Practice’s series: All about our products and their uses.
During this webinar, the AGROVOC Team from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations will introduce how to keep AGROVOC up to date with a number of institutions and individual domain experts serving as focal points for specific languages and topics. With the aim to improve the quality of the services for the agricultural community, AGROVOC is now engaging with expert communities that are contributing and benefiting of the AGROVOC services.
AGROVOC is edited through the web-based platform VocBench 3, an advanced collaboration environment for maintaining thesauri, ontologies, code lists and authority resources, providing features such as history, validation, publication workflow, and multi-user management with role-based access control. Specialized concept schemes are now possible within AGROVOC. VocBench 3 supports the use of hierarchical relation properties that are specific to a scheme. The multischeme hierarchy approach means that a controlled vocabulary can be viewed flexibly and edited with its customized relations or exported with a generic SKOS hierarchy of broader and narrower relations without changing the hierarchy of AGROVOC itself.
This opens for interesting potential collaborations with specialized communities; their vocabulary could be hosted by AGROVOC and would enrich AGROVOC, while maintaining the possibility for separate hierarchy, exports and display.
Advanced registration is required in order to attend the webinar.
Information Management Officer, AGROVOC Manager
Information Management Officer, AGROVOC Curator
Information Management Specialist, AGROVOC Technical Lead
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