- Information Organization and Knowledge Representation
- Linked Open Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums
- Human Information Behavior and Interaction
- LIS Education
Linked Jazz is an ongoing project investigating the potential of Linked Open Data (LOD) technology to enhance the discovery and visibility of digital cultural heritage materials.
More specifically, the project focuses on digital archives of jazz history to expose relationships between musicians and reveal their community’s network. New modes of connecting cultural data and making them searchable as a whole in a seamless discovery environment would open unprecedented opportunities to create new kinds of meaning and elicit new streams of interpretation. The goal of this project is to help uncover meaningful connections between documents and data related to the personal and professional lives of musicians who often practice in rich and diverse social networks.
The first phase of the Linked Jazz Project was funded through an OCLC/ALISE Library and Information Science Research grant.
American Library Association, Carroll Preston Baber Research Grant, 2013. “E-reading in the Academy: Investigating Adoption and Use of E-books in Academic Libraries” (with Irene Lopatovska)
Investigation of the innovations of Aby Warburg’s Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek (Library of Cultural Studies) as a knowledge organization system and method of information access. Supported by the Faculty Development Fund Award, Pratt Institute, 2011.
Warburg and his library | Warburg is his library, “Faculty Development Grant” exhibition, The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute. June 4 –September 6, 2012.
Pattuelli, M. C. and Miller, M. (2015). Semantic network edges: A human-machine approach to represent typed relations in social networks. Journal of Knowledge Management, (19)1. [Abstract]
Miller, M. and Pattuelli, M. C. (2014). Ecco!: A Linked Open Data service for collaborative named entity resolution. Best practice demonstration at the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, pp. 232-233. [Link] [Poster]
The Shape of Linked Jazz to Come (September 17, 2014). Jazz Research Roundtable, The Institute of Jazz Studies, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Rutgers, Newark, NY. http://newarkwww.rutgers.edu/IJS/RoundTable14_i.html
Lange, L. and Pattuelli, M. C. (2014, June 30). Linked Jazz: Building with Linked Open Data. EDUCAUSE Review Online. [Link]
Pattuelli, M. C., Kaufer, E., Shelton, G. & Sitwala, S. (2014). Real-time Reading: A Twitter-based Diary Study of College Students. 6th Annual Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML 2014), May 27-30, Istanbul, Turkey. [Abstract] [Presentation]
Playing in the Archives: The Linked Jazz Project (April 16, 2014). School of Communication and Information, co-sponsored by SCARLA, SOURCE, and the Digital Humanities Initiative, Rutgers University.
Pattuelli, M. C. and Rubinow, S. (2013). The knowledge organization of DBpedia: A case study. Journal of Documentation, (69)6. [PDF]
Pattuelli, M. C., Miller, M., Lange, L., Thorsen, H. (2013). Linked Jazz 52nd Street: A LOD crowdsourcing tool to reveal connections among jazz artists. Digital Humanities 2013, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, July 16-19, 2013. [Paper | Slides]