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Tuesday, October 24 • 4:30pm - 5:25pm
#t7e: Linked Data+

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Linked Data in Practice
Michelle Futornick(1), Amber Billey(2), Simeon Warner(3), Philip Schreur(1)
1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Columbia University; 3: Cornell University
The promise of linked data is beguiling, but won’t be achieved until we work out the practical aspects of ontology modeling, tool development, cataloging workflows, and community adoption. Learn about the work of the LD4P and LD4L-Labs programs, which focus on practical implementation of linked data in libraries.
Designing a linked data library cataloging editor
Huda Khan(1), Jim Blake(1), Dean Krafft(1), Lynette Rayle(1), Simeon Warner(1), Rebecca Younes(1), Michelle Futornick(2)
1: Cornell University, United States of America; 2: Stanford University, United States of America
We review the linked data library cataloging editor, VitroLib, we are implementing as part of the Linked Data For Libraries Labs (LD4L Labs) and Linked Data For Libraries Production (LD4P) projects. VitroLib design has focused on supporting ontology requirements and understanding cataloger needs using iterative prototyping and user feedback.
Sally McCallum(1), Kirk Hess(2)
1: Library of Congress, United States of America; 2: Library of Congress, United States of America
The Library of Congress has begun a second cataloging Pilot based on linked data, a triple store, and the BIBFRAME data model. The presentation will discuss tools used, converting a file to a very different data model, RDF and ontology issues, cataloger experience, and collaboration with Linked Data for Production project.

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Wayne Graham

Chief Information Officer, CLIR

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Amber Billey

Systems & Metadata Librarian, Bard College
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Huda Khan

Software developer, Stanford University
Software developer at Stanford University.  Previously at Cornell University.

Sally McCallum

Chief, NDMSO, Library of Congress

Tuesday October 24, 2017 4:30pm - 5:25pm EDT