This weekend we got the great news that our tutorial proposal “LD4D: Linked Data for Development” is accepted as a full day tutorial at the ISWC 2012 conference that will be held this November in Boston. The tutorial was co-authored by Christophe Guéret, Victor de Boer and Stefan Schlobach from VU Amsterdam and Walter Bender and Bernie Innocenti from United States OLPC.

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Linked Data for Development” (LD4D) is a sub-topic of Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D), referring to the specifics of using Linked Data principles in developing countries.

The tutorial consists of three parts: first, an in-depth discussion of the societal, cultural and technological problems related to ICT4D, secondly, a hands-on requirement analysis given two practical applications of Linked Data technology in developing countries (a social network application for schools in remote areas (running on XO laptops) and an application for markets of…

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I am a researcher mainly interested in : architectures for publishing, consuming and preserving Linked Open Data in low-resource contexts; complex systems; education; data visualisation; video games

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