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About F. Tim Knight

F. Tim Knight is Associate Librarian and Head of Technical Services at the Osgoode Hall Law School Library, York University. He has been a cataloguing librarian and metadata specialist since the early 1990's working previously at the Great Library (Law Society of Upper Canada) and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

Tim has been actively involved with the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL/ACBD) for many years. He co-chairs the Access Services & Resource Sharing SIG and represents CALL/ACBD on the Canadian Cataloguing Committee at the Library and Archives Canada. He is the chair of the KF Modified Committee and editor of KF Modified: KF Classification Modified for Use in Canadian and Common Law Libraries.

His current research interests include: linked data; metadata applications; classification; cataloguing; and, when time allows, he writes and plays a little music here and there. He recently developed and taught an introductory course on Metadata and Metadata Applications for Mohawk College in Hamilton where he has also taught Cataloguing Electronic and Internet Resources.

Posts by F. Tim Knight

Law Student Wellness and Mental Health

LawTechCamp 2014 This Weekend

Structured Data for Libraries: RDFa … Eh?

The Linked Data Platform: Upcoming Webinar

Learning to SPARQL

Linked Data: Visualizing for Navigation?

“Law Is an Information Technology”

URN LEX Namespace for Sources of Law

Future Law, Free Law?

The Web Is Our Database

Record Store Day: Searching for Artefacts

The Semantic Web Is Made of People

Does a Machine “See” Our Data?

Is There a Unified Approach to Legal Citation?