Getting started

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This is a place for putting pointers to useful tutorials and resources for getting started with Semantic Web technologies. The intention is to make this a useful starting point for people who are completely new to semantic technologies. Resources on more specific top.css should appear on the respective pages.

Help is needed to make this a useful page for beginners. Please contribute.

General reading[edit]




Intelligence in Wikipedia11 November 2008Daniel S. WeldGoogle TechTalks
Making The Semantic Web Accessible to the Casual User26 June 2008Abraham BernsteinGoogle TechTalks
Supporting Casual Data-Centric Interaction on the Web4 June 2008David HuynhGoogle TechTalks
All The Information In The World, The Way You Want23 May 2008Mark BirbeckGoogle TechTalks
A Basic Introduction to RDFa7 January 2008Manu SpornyDigital Bazaar
A Short Introduction to the Semantic Web25 December 2007Manu SpornyDigital Bazaar
Microformats, The What, Where, Why and How31 October 2007Mark MeekerOrbitz TechTalk
Information R-evolution12 October 2007Michael
Knowledge Representation and the Semantic Web9 October 2007Peter F. Patel-SchneiderGoogle TechTalks
The Semantic Desktop, The Intimate Supplement to Memory28 September 2007Andreas DengelGoogle TechTalks
Generating and Querying Semantic Metadata and Ontologies21 June 2007Rudi StuderGoogle TechTalks
Semantic Web (video)25 May 2007Eyal Oren
Sebastian Kruk
Stefan Decker
Google TechTalks
Everything is Miscellaneous10 May 2007David WeinbergerGoogle TechTalks
The Machine is Us-ing Us8 March 2007Michael
Extending faceted navigation for RDF data (video)5 November 2006Eyal OrenISWC06
Introduction to the Semantic Web3 June 2006Hugo MillsHampshire Linux User Group
Computers versus Common Sense30 May 2006Douglas LenatGoogle TechTalks
RDF, Connecting Software and People14 March 2006Henry StorySun Microsystems
The Future of the Web14 March 2006Tim Berners-LeeOxford Internet Institute Seminars 2006
The Semantic Web (video)29 September 2004Tim Berners-LeeKresge Auditorium, MIT
Documents, Data, and People, World Wide Webs29 September 2002Tim Berners-LeeComputer History Museum