Using DBpedia resources as skos:Concepts? Now I'm asking, what's the harm in identifying both the foaf:Person
and the implicit skos:Concept with the same URI, e.g., http://dbpedia.org/resource/Michelle_Obama?
Schools Online Thesaurus The Schools Online Thesaurus (ScOT) provides a controlled vocabulary of terms used in Australian and New Zealand schools. Schools Online Thesaurus web service (ScOTwS) allows systems to get ScOT terms by ID, name or by other parameters. Data is available in SKOS RDF and VDEX xml
SKOS implementation: Rameau subjects as linked data Announce: release an *experimental* service  that provides the RAMEAU subject headings as open linked data.
Rameau  is the main subject vocabulary used at the French national library (BnF) and many other French institutions. This site, a result of the TELplus project, and a collaboration between the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and BnF, aims at encouraging experimentation with Rameau on the web of da
SCOT:Let’s Share Tags! » About SCOT The SCOT(Social Semantic Cloud Of Tags) ontology is to semantically represent the structure and semantics of a collection of tags and to represent social networks among users based on the tags.
DEMO of the STITCH project ("Semantic Interoperability To access Cultural Heritage") The STITCH DEMO webserver demonstrates the added value of semantical integration of multiple collections.
The collections that are linked by the prototype RDF Multi-Faceted-Search browser are the Rijksmuseum Masterpieces Collection (ARIA) and the Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts at the National Library of the Netherlands
SKOS is used to enable mixing/merging of separate vocabularies:
Cultural-heritage collections are typically indexed with metadata derived from a range of different vocabularies, such as AAT, Iconclass and in-house standards. This presents a problem when one wants to use multiple collections in an interoperable way. In general, it is unrealistic to assume unification of vocabularies. Vocabularies have been developed in many sub-domains, each with their own emphasis and scope. Still, there is significant overlap between the vocabularies used for indexing. The prime research objective of this subproject is to develop theory, methods and tools for allowing metadata interoperability through semantic links between the vocabularies.