Wed, October 17, 2018
The second phase of the Judaica-Europeana (www.judaica-europeana.eu) has been selected for funding by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) under its
Connecting Europe programme, CEF Telecom. Judaica Europeana 2.0 continues the aggregation of Jewish heritage materials and will greatly increase and enhance digitised Jewish heritage materials available for re-use in
education, research, tourism and leisure.
JudaicaLink will collaborate by providing a knowledge graph for contextualization. We look forward to our further collaborations.
Mon, July 16, 2018
Interested to see how the datasets are generated and improved in JudaicaLink?
Mon, June 18, 2018
Snippets, paging and more for our search!
Thu, May 31, 2018
We have some news regarding search functionalities in JudaicaLink.
Fri, March 9, 2018
With the upcoming third year of the FID Jewish Studies project, we had to specify our plans for the DFG. Here are the cornerstones:
Thu, November 2, 2017
On November 16th, we will present JudaicaLink and the FID project at the Open TA workshop. The workshop is dedicated to portals, subject information services and research networks, particularly around the current DFG funded FID projects.
Wed, November 1, 2017
On November 14th, we will present JudaicaLink and the FID project at the EVA/MINERVA conference in Jerusalem.
Wed, October 18, 2017
With the continues efforts of our team towards expanding JudaicaLink datasets and resources, another dataset, Biographisches Handbuch der Rabbiner (Biographical handbook of Rabbis) has been added to JudaicaLink. The Biographisches Handbuch der Rabbiner is an online encyclopedia provided by the Salomon L. Steinheim-Institute for German-Jewish history at the University of Duisburg-Essen, edited by Michael Brocke and Julius Carlebach. This dataset currently contains 2900 persons, with their names, date and place of birth and death, GND-ID, and occupation when available.
Wed, June 7, 2017
We are happy to announce that two new datasets, list of Jewish persons from GND and list of Jewish persons from DBpedia, are added to JudaicaLink datasets. There are knowledge bases which contain a vast variety of information including facts related to Jewish culture and history. Two of the most comprehensive ones are DBpedia and GND. However such general-purpose resources are hard to use due to their sheer size while only a very small subset of the data is actually relevant.
Sat, May 27, 2017
On June 30th, we will present JudaicaLink and the FID project at the EHRI Workshop on Data Sharing, Holocaust Documentation, and Digital Humanities in Venice, Italy. Thw workshop is held in conjunction with the Linked Open Data Summit 2017, where we also participate. The slides are available on SlideShare.