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Thursday, July 9 • 11:50am - 12:20pm
One for all: developing linked data templates for a community of users

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Session recording

The LD4P Profiles Affinity Group was created to monitor the Sinopia Linked Data development and to create profiles for use by the LD4P2 cohort. One goal of the group has been to adapt the Library of Congress profiles to Sinopia, and use them as a set of profiles that could be used without changes for the majority of library cataloging work. These profiles would also serve as base templates for more specialized areas of work, and would eventually inform profile creation by cataloging standards groups such as the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC). This talk discusses our work in cooperative profile development—creating a process for profile change, versioning, modeling issues, technical problems, training & best practices—as well as the even bigger challenges of associating Bibframe to content standards such as RDA, and our early exploration with reusing linked data from other sources, such as the Library of Congress and SHARE-VDE.

Google doc for Q&A for the RDF AP track.

Session Facilitators

Jackie Shieh

Descriptive Data Management Librarian, Smithsonian Libraries & Archives

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Nancy Lorimer

Associate Director, Metadata Services, Stanford University
Nancy Lorimer is Associated Director of Metadata Services at Stanford University, where she oversees original metadata creation, data control, and e-resources, and participates in linked data projects and planning. She has been active in all the Linked Data for Production (LD4P) Projects... Read More →
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Paloma Graciani-Picardo

Head of Printed and Published Media Cataloging, University of Texas at Austin
Metadata Librarian at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, where I oversee the creation and management of MARC-based cataloging and develop metadata strategies to enhance access and discovery of rare and unique materials. Working collaboratively across departments... Read More →

Thursday July 9, 2020 11:50am - 12:20pm PDT