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Monday, July 6 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Ethics in Linked Data Affinity Group

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The primary focus of this affinity group is to call attention to ethical considerations around ongoing and newly proposed work using Linked Data technologies. A core guiding principle for the group stands on the idea that ethics should be a forethought, not an afterthought of any initiative as a way to not only potentially reduce harm, but to prevent further harm. The group serves as a space for exploration and discussion of the ethical implications (both positive and negative) of linked data and work towards developing a Code of Ethics and toolkit of resources to provide a critical and ethical framework for designing linked data projects. As a relatively new group, members aim to act in an advisory capacity to the LD4 community and beyond.

Session Facilitators
avatar for Itza Carbajal

Itza Carbajal

Latin American Metadata Librarian, University of Texas Austin
Itza A. Carbajal works as a Latin American Metadata Librarian at LLILAS Benson after having received a M.S. in Information Studies with a focus on metadata, archival management and digital records from the University of Texas at Austin iSchool.
avatar for Anchalee (Joy) Panigabutra-Roberts

Anchalee (Joy) Panigabutra-Roberts

Head, Cataloging, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ex Libris Alma, NACO Funnel of Tennessee, researchers IDs

Monday July 6, 2020 9:00am - 10:30am PDT