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Thursday, July 9 • 6:00am - 6:30am
Interconnections in the linked data world: the Share-VDE experience

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Share-VDE is a library-driven initiative which brings together the bibliographic catalogues and authority files of a community of libraries in a shared discovery environment based on linked data. Share-VDE expanded its scope to embrace a wider community of institutions also from the art and music domains, building the Share Family. As the Share Family, with Share-VDE, is now going progressively into production connecting the catalogues of libraries in the US, Canada and Europe, new opportunities for cooperation with other projects are arising, like the collaboration with the PCC, the integration with LD4P's Sinopia project or the interconnection with other authoritative sources. This presentation will outline the Share-VDE approach towards other projects and how comparison among different experiences and collaboration can have a positive, concrete, impact for the community. Practical experiences and implementation examples will be shared with all the participants, focussing in particular on the ongoing discussions with Share Family members and external parties around the evolution of the entity models. The presentation will be interesting for anyone involved with linked data in the library, archives and museums domains.

Session Facilitators
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Erik Radio

Metadata Librarian, University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries

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Anna Lionetti

R&D Assistant, Casalini Libri

Thursday July 9, 2020 6:00am - 6:30am PDT