The Semantic Interoperability Community (SEMIC) organises several workshops and webinars on various topics impacted by interoperability challenges. Are you curious about the planning for the coming month? The upcoming events are listed in the SEMIC Support Centre, keep an eye on it!
On 2 February 2023, the webinar dedicated to the review of the Data Catalogue Application Profile (DCAT-AP) will be held. Among others, a discussion regarding proposed dataset series requirements, and an update on the adoption of W3C DCAT 3.0 will be given. Eager to know more?
On 7 February 2023, the webinar on the tooling for the data specification life cycle will take place. Based on its extensive work on data models, the SEMIC Action has built up a set of tools and the practices to generate and update data specifications, as well as propagating the changes to models, documentation and the relevant serialisation formats. Click here to find out more and attend the event.
Tuesday the 21st of February, the webinar dedicated to the review of Core Vocabularies will be organised. The focus will be on the Core Person Vocabulary (CPV), the Core Business Vocabulary (CBV) and the Core Criterion & Core Evidence Vocabulary (CCCEV). If you are interested in joining this webinar, discover more.
On 23 February 2023, the second and central workshop on Wikidata and Wikibase will be organised in Brussels. This physical hands-on event will help participants ingesting their data in Wikidata/Wikibase, following the methodology used for the EU Knowledge Graph and using a sandbox environment set up by the SEMIC Team. Discover more and register here.
Finally, on 24 February 2023, the webinar dedicated to DCAT-AP for High-Value Datasets will take place. This webinar will focus on understanding how DCAT-AP could be used and mapped for describing High-Value Datasets. If you would like to attend, discover more here.
Did you miss out on previous events? Find an overview of the sessions in the Knowledge Hub of the SEMIC Support Centre. This section provides a collection of resources to tackle interoperability challenges, from reports, studies and guidelines to knowledge-sharing sessions, training materials, e-learnings and webinar recordings. Happy learning!
Do not miss out on future events by regularly checking our new SEMIC Support Centre, and if in doubt, do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or remarks.
We look forward to seeing you at the sessions!