Program

Program Key:


Workshops: Pre-Conference sessions labeled "Workshop" are 1/2 or full day sessions addressing specific topics and learning outcomes. Some are designated "hands-on" where they involve considerable aspects of direct application of principles and processes by participants (look for the hands-on icon)

Special Sessions: Conference sessions labeled "Special Session" are unique sessions addressing topics of special interest to the Dublin Core community. The format of Special Sessions varies and may include combinations of speaker/panel presentations, and discussion.

Peer Reviewed Paper Sessions: Sessions labeled "Papers" are presentation sessions of peer reviewed submissions of interest to the Dublin Core community that break new ground in metadata theory or practice and Project Reports that present existing projects that demonstrate new solutions to existing metadata problems and/or illustrate metadata best practices.

Presentations: Presentations without papers on interesting metadata topics within four broad themes: (1) identifiers, (2) metadata profiles and validation, (3) maintaining vocabularies, and (4) practicalities of data integration.

Plenary Sessions: General sessions where all delegates to the conference gather.

Sessions identified by the "hands on" icon have significant components where the participants can directly apply the knowledge and skills being covered. On occasion, such sessions may require pre-meeting preparations.

High-speed wireless Internet connectivity in all meeting rooms, lobbies, and guest rooms.

 

Day 1 schedule section header

Time Everest 3 (Lower Ground) Mont Blanc (4th Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 REGISTRATION
8:30 - 9:00 CONFERENCE OPENING SESSION
9:00 - 10:00 KEYNOTE: Bradley Allen
Elsevier
10:00 - 10:30

BREAK

10:30 - 12:00

SESSION 1:
Applications Profiles & Practicalities of Data Integration

Session Moderator: Paul Walk, EDINA, United Kingdom

Presentations

« National Diet Library Dublin Core Metadata Description (DC-NDL): Describing Japanese Metadata and Connecting Pieces of Data »
Saho Yasumatsu, Akiko Hashizume & Julie Fukuyama

« Ontology Assessment and Extension : A Case Study on LD4L and BIBFRAME »
Steven Folsom & Jason Kovari

« Save the Children Resource Libraries: Aligning Internal Technical Resource Libraries with a Public Distribution Website »
Joseph A. Busch, Branka Kosovac, Katie Konrad & Martin Svensson

Lightning Talks

« Metadata for 3D Geological Models: Definition and Implementation »
Etienne Taffoureau & Christelle Loiselet

« Metadata on Biodiversity: Definition and Implementation »
Etienne Taffoureau

SPECIAL SESSION #1:
Applying Taxonomies in Publishing
12:00 - 1:30

LUNCH

1:30 - 3:00

SESSION 2:
Maintaining Vocabularies: Define, Release & Curate

Session Moderator: Joseph Tennis, University of Washington, United States

Presentations

« Data-Driven Development of the Dewey Decimal Classification »
Rebecca Green

« The Global Agricultural Concept Scheme and Agrisemantics »
Thomas Baker, Caterina Caracciolo, Anton Doroszenko, Lori Finch, Osma Suominen & Sujata Suri

Lightning Talks

« The Dutch Art & Architecture Thesaurus® Put into Practice: The Example of Anet, Antwerp »
Karen Andree & Reem Weda

« A Study on the Best Practice for Constructing a Cross-lingual Ontology »
Yi-Yun Cheng & Hsueh-Hua Chen

« Remixing Archival Metadata Project (RAMP) 2.0: Recent Developments and Analysis of Wikipedia Referrals »
Mairelys Lemus-Rojas

SPECIAL SESSION #2A:
Learning Resource Metadata (LRMI)—Part 1
Current Work: Building on Schema.org to Describe Learning Resources
3:00 - 3:30

BREAK

3:30 - 5:00

SESSION 3:
Linked Data for Data Integration and Curation

Session Moderator: Marcia Zeng, Kent State University, United States

Presentations

« POSTDATA—Towards publishing European Poetry as Linked Open Data »
Mariana Curado Malta, Elena Gonzalez-Blanco & Paloma Centenera

« Cognitive and Contextual Computing—Laying A Global Data Foundation »
Richard Wallis

Lightning Talks

« A Pilot Study on Linked Open Data in Cultural Heritage: A Use Case of the Taiwan Digital Archives Union Catalogue »
Shu-Jiun Chen & Chunya Wen

« A Survey of Metadata Use for Publishing Open Government Data in China »
Li Yuan & Wei Fan

SPECIAL SESSION #2B:
Learning Resource Metadata (LRMI)—Part 2
Current Work: Building on Schema.org to Describe Learning Resources
5:00 - 6:00
6:00 - 7:30 RECEPTION
& POSTER SESSION

Demonstrations

« Linked Canvas »
Dave Clarke, CEO, Synaptica (Gold Sponsor)

Posters (Peer Reviewed)

« Interoperability Workbench—Collaborative Tool for Publishing Core Vocabularies and Application Profiles »
Miika Alonen & Suvi Remes

« Digital Asset Management Systems: Open Source or Not Open Source? »
Marina Morgan & Naomi Eichenlaub

« Using DC Metadata in Preservation Content: The Case of the Italian "Protocollo Informatico" »
Anna Rovella, Nicola Ielpo & Assunta Caruso

« Modeling Cultural Evolution with Metadata Collections »
Nicholas M. Weber & Andrea K. Thomer

« Dolmen: A Linked Open Data Model to Enhance Museum Object Descriptions »
Clément Arsenault & Elaine Ménard

Posters (Best Practice)

« How to Develop a Metadata Profile with Agility »
Paul Walk

« A Component Service for Developing Metadata Application Profiles »
Wei Fan & Feng Yang

« Exploring the Schema.org "Movie" Standard Metadata for Documentary and Independent Films »
Deborah A. Garwood

« Loosely Coupled Metadata Repositories for Discoverability of Linked Data Learning Resources »
David W. Talley, Abigail Evans, Joseph Chapman & Michael D. Crandall

Posters (Lightning Talk)

« A Study on the Best Practice for Constructing a Cross-lingual Ontology »
Yi-Yun Cheng & Hsueh-Hua Chen

« Metadata for 3D Geological Models: Definition and Implementation »
Etienne Taffoureau & Christelle Loiselet

« The Dutch Art & Architecture Thesaurus© Put into Practice: The Example of Anet, Antwerp »
Karen Andree & Reem Weda

« Remixing Archival Metadata Project (RAMP) 2.0: Recent Developments and Analysis of Wikipedia Referrals »
Mairelys Lemus-Rojas

« Metadata on Biodiversity: Definition and Implementation »
Etienne Taffoureau

« A Survey of Metadata Use for Publishing Open Government Data in China »
Li Yuan & Wei Fan

Day 2 schedule section header

Time Mont Blanc (4th Floor) Matterhorn (4th Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 REGISTRATION

 

8:30 - 10:00

SESSION 4:
Metadata Reuse & Metadata Quality

Session Moderator: Mariana Curado Malta, CEISE/ISCAP - Polytechnic of Oporto, Portugal

Papers & Project Reports

« The British National Bibliography: Who uses our Linked Data? »
Corine Deliot, Neil Wilson, Luca Costabello & Pierre-Yves Vandenbussche

« An Exploratory Study of the Description Field in the Digital Public Library of America »
Hannah Tarver, Oksana Zavalina & Mark Phillips

« Permanence and Temporal Interoperability of Metadata in the Linked Open Data Environment »
Shigeo Sugimoto, Chunqiu Li, Mitsuharu Nagamori & Jane Greenberg

SPECIAL SESSION #3:
University Metadata and Retrieval:
The Death of the Library Catalog?
10:00 - 10:30

BREAK

10:30 - 12:00

SESSION 5:
Metadata Profiles

Session Moderator: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Papers & Project Reports

« Towards the Development of a Metadata Model for a Digital Cultural Heritage Collection with Focus on Provenance Information »
Susanne Al-Eryani & Stefanie Rühle

« Aggregating Metadata from Heterogeneous Pop Culture Resources on the Web »
Senan Kiryakos, Shigeo Sugimoto, Mitsuharu Nagamori & Tetsuya Mihara

« Automatic Creation of Mappings between Classification Systems for Bibliographic Data »
Magnus Pfeffer

SPECIAL SESSION #4:
Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC)
Report: Task Group on URIs in MARC

12:00 - 1:30

LUNCH

1:30 - 3:00

SESSION 6:
Data Sharing & Identifiers

Session Moderator: Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies, United States

Presentations

« Identifier Services: Tracking Objects and Metadata Across Time and Distributed Storage Systems »
Maria Esteva & Ramona Walls

« Identifier Usage and Maintenance in the UNT Libraries' Digital Collections »
Hannah Tarver & Mark Phillips

« Using Korean Open Government Data for Data-curation and Data Integration »
Richard Smiraglia & Hyoungjoo Park

SPECIAL SESSION #5:
Competency-Based Discovery
for Learning Linked Data
3:00 - 3:30

BREAK

3:30 - 5:00 DCMI ROUNDTABLE:
Stable, Persistent Metadata Terms

Thomas Baker, Richard Wallis, Leif Andresen, Paul Walk, et al...
5:00 - 5:30 CONFERENCE CLOSING

Day 3 schedule section header

Time Matterhorn (4th Floor) Mont Blanc (4th Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 Registration
8:30 - 10:00 COAR Controlled Vocabularies—Enhancing
Interoperability Across Repository Networks
NKOS Workshop
10:00 - 10:30 Tea/Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30 COAR Controlled Vocabularies—Enhancing
Interoperability Across Repository Networks
NKOS Workshop
12:30 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 - 3:00 Building Curriculum for Linked
Data Education
NKOS Workshop
3:00 - 3:30 Coffee/Tea Break
3:30 - 5:30 Building Curriculum for Linked
Data Education
NKOS Workshop

Day 4 schedule section header

Time Mont Blanc (4th Floor) Matterhorn (4th Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 Registration
8:30 - 10:00 Designing Your Linkable Data—
Guided Brainstorming

DCMI Annual Meeting:
Advisory Board
10:00 - 10:30 Tea/Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30 Designing Your Linkable Data—
Guided Brainstorming

DCMI Annual Meeting:
Advisory Board
12:30 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 - 3:00 Designing Your Linkable Data—
Guided Brainstorming

DCMI Annual Meeting:
Governing Board
3:00 - 3:30 Coffee/Tea Break
3:30 - 5:30 Designing Your Linkable Data—
Guided Brainstorming

DCMI Annual Meeting:
Governing Board



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