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HILT IV : subject interoperability through building andembedding pilot terminology web services

Nicholson, Dennis and Joseph, Anu and McCulloch, E. (2009) HILT IV : subject interoperability through building andembedding pilot terminology web services. World Digital Libraries, 2 (1).

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Abstract

A report of work carried out within the JISC-funded HILT Phase IV project, the paper looks at the project's context against the background of other recent and ongoing terminologies work, describes its outcome and conclusions, including technical outcomes and terminological characteristics, and considers possible future research and development directions. The Phase IV project has taken HILT to the point where the launch of an operational support service in the area of subject interoperability is a feasible option and where both investigation of specific needs in this area and practical collaborative work are sensible and feasible next steps. Moving forward requires detailed work, not only on terminology interoperability and associated service delivery issues, but also on service and end user needs and engagement, service sustainability issues, and the practicalities of interworking with other terminology services and projects in UK, Europe, and global contexts.