Please join NCTPG and OCLC for a special Linked Data event at the San Francisco Public Library!
This event will be in addition to our Annual Meeting in the spring.
Library Data [R]evolution:
Applying Linked Data Concepts
Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
San Francisco Public Library
(Portions of this event will be live-streamed for virtual participants)
Archived footage and slides from the event
In recent years, libraries have made increasing explorations into applying linked data concepts to library metadata. Hear leaders from OCLC and the Library of Congress share insights into the evolving metadata landscape. Learn about two libraries’ active pursuit of linked data projects using BIBFRAME and Schema.org standards, and see how linked data is changing workflows and consumption of library data. Later, join us for an OCLC update and in-depth discussion on the current and future directions of OCLC cataloging and metadata services.
(Note: The morning session will be live-streamed and open to virtual participants.)
9:00: Registration and refreshments for in-person attendees
9:30: The Metadata Landscape and Putting Metadata to Work
Sally McCallum, Chief, Network Development/MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress
Ted Fons, Executive Director, Data Services and WorldCat Quality Management, OCLC
Carl Stahmer, Director of Digital Scholarship, University of California, Davis Library
Kenning Arlitsch, Dean, Montana State University Library
11:30: Panel discussion, with questions from in-person and online attendees, moderated by Roy Tennant, Senior Program Officer, OCLC Research
12:30: Lunch, hosted by OCLC
1:30: OCLC Update, Eric Forte, OCLC Member Services Liaison
2:00: OCLC Cataloging and Metadata strategy, services and discussion