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Friday, July 31 • 11:40am - 12:10pm
No bricks without clay: outcomes from the Stanford Wikidata Working Group

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Since June 2019, Stanford library staff have met weekly to build skills and work on projects related to Wikidata. This presentation will provide an overview of the structure and format of the working group, and discuss the challenges and opportunities for librarians working in Wikidata that the group's activities have surfaced. Topics covered will include data models, remediation (particularly of external identifiers in Wikidata), and documentation. The presentation will share lessons learned from the working group over the past year, and offer ideas for ongoing future collaboration and community-building across libraries and cultural heritage institutions in the Wikidata space. The intended audience is librarians and other cultural heritage professionals interested in working with Wikidata, whether as contributors, consumers, or both.


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Session Facilitators
JS

Jackie Shieh

Descriptive Data Management Librarian, Smithsonian Libraries
LW

Liam Wyatt

Project Manager - WikiCite, Wikimedia Foundation

Presenters
AF

Arcadia Falcone

Metadata Coordinator, Stanford University


Friday July 31, 2020 11:40am - 12:10pm PDT