2020 LD4 Conference on Linked Data in Libraries has ended
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Nancy Lorimer

Stanford University
Head, Metadata Dept
Nancy Lorimer is Head of the Metadata Department 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 and is currently co-chair, with Paloma Graciani, of the Sinopia Profiles Affinity Group. Formerly, a music metadata librarian for close to 20 years, Nancy participated in the development of RDA, the Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music (LCMPT), and led a project to add music terms to the LC Genre Form Thesaurus for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT), before moving into the world of linked data. Nancy is currently also a member of the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) Policy Committee, the PCC Standing Committee on Training, and is co-chair of both the LC-PCC Task Group on Aggregates in Beta RDA Toolkit and the newly formed Task Group on PCC Sinopia Application Profiles.

My Presenters Sessions

Thursday, July 9

11:50am PDT

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  • Filter By Date 2020 LD4 Conference on Linked Data in Libraries Jul 6 -31, 2020
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  • Data sources | ontologies | standards
  • Digital collections
  • Discovery
  • Ethics
  • Infrastructure
  • Linked data for beginners
  • Metadata production
  • Planning for implementation
  • RDF application profiles
  • Special collections | archives | rare materials
  • Wikidata

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