In this latest in our series of videos on how publishers can make their first successful steps in the semantic web, our resident expert Priya Parvatikar, talks about RDF (Resource Description Framework). This is an open web standard supported by the World Wide Web (W3C) consortium for recording metadata and other knowledge on the semantic web.

This video sets out why this standard, which allows metadata to be stored in more than one form, presents new opportunities to publishers who want to make content discoverable online.

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