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Library Hi Tech (LHT) seeks papers about new works, initiatives, trends and research in the field of linking and opening vocabularies. This call for papers is inspired by the 2012 LOV Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies symposium and SKOS-2-HIVE —Helping Interdisciplinary Vocabulary Engineering workshop—held at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M).
This Library Hi Tech special issue might include papers delivered at the UC3M-LOV events and other original works related with this subject, not yet published.
Topics: LOV & LOD
Papers specifically addressing research and development activities, implementation challenges and solutions, and educative aspects of Linked Open Vocabularies (LOV) and/or in a broader sense Linked Open Data, are of particular interest.
Those interested in submitting an article should send papers before 30 January 2013. Full articles should be between 4,000 and 8,000 words. References should use the Harvard style. Please submit completed articles via the Scholar One online submission system. All final submissions will be peer reviewed.
On the style for references, you may find the Author Guidelines at LHT useful.
More generally, see Harvard System, posted by the University Library of Anglia Ruskin University.