DC-2017 Workshop - Metadata 2020: Accelerating Scholarly Discovery


We seek input from librarians, publishers, aggregators, service providers, funders, data repositories and researchers, to share user stories and insights about the journey that metadata takes, and to help prioritize goals and tactics for Metadata 2020. Metadata 2020 is a campaign that is bigger than just one organization or sector, but a collective responsibility shared by us all. This workshop invites contributions from specialists in the librarian community to help advance the library element of a metadata maturity model. This element will contribute to a larger maturity model in service of the wider scholarly communications community.

Posted: 2017-08-20 More...

Linked Data for Production (LD4P): Technical services workflow evolution through Tracer Bullets


Linked Data for Production (LD4P) is a Mellon-supported collaboration between six institutions (Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Library of Congress, Princeton, and Stanford) to begin the transition of technical services production workflows to ones based in Linked Open Data (LOD).

Posted: 2017-08-20 More...

DC-2017 - Taming the Graph: Profiles over Linked Data


This DC-2017 full day event on application profiles and RDF validation is sponsored by the DCMI, which participates in W3C efforts to develop standards relevant to profiles and seeks direction for its future work, and by LD4, a coordinated program to advance the use and utility of linked data in research and cultural heritage organizations, especially libraries.

Posted: 2017-08-17 More...

DC-2017 to take place in Washington, D.C.

DC-2017 will take place in Washington D.C. (Crystal City, Virginia), USA on 26-29 October 2017.  
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