2020 LD4 Conference on Linked Data in Libraries has ended
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Welcome to the 2020 LD4 Conference on Linked Data in Libraries! There is no charge to participate. Attend one session or many! To join the sessions, create a Sched account. You will need a Sched account to see the "Open Zoom" button to join the actual session. Creating an account also enables you to create a personalized schedule of the sessions you want to attend and receive   reminders specific to those sessions. Session times are shown in Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7). To view the schedule in your local time zone, use the Timezone dropdown; then you can print, email or download your schedule in your timezone.
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• Conference goals and track descriptions
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Community Participation Guidelines and how to report related issues
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Eder Ávila Barrientos

National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
PhD. in Librarianship Information Studies from UNAM.
Full-time Associate Researcher at the Institute of Library and Information Research of UNAM.
Professor at the Graduate Library and Information Studies Program at UNAM.
During 2010, he worked in the Library of the Senate of the Republic carrying out documentary analysis and automated systems management. In 2014 he worked professionally at the General Geophysical Company (France), as information manager in the area of ​​seismographic, statistical and geographic documentation. During 2015, he worked in the Coordination of the Postgraduate Program in Library Science and Information Studies, developing document management activities and administration of digital systems and platforms. He is currently developing an investigation framed in the field of the organization of information and knowledge, which consists of identifying the behavior of LOD in the process of searching and accessing documentary information.
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