Conference Schedule

Program Key:


Workshops & Tutorials: 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 of 90 minutes to a full day 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.

Papers, Project Reports & Presentations: Sessions labeled "Papers & Presentations" are sessions containing a mix of of peer reviewed paper 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 on metadata topics of interest are also included in the mix.

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

Titles link to abstracts and session description.

Time
October 26
Arlington / Fairfax
(3rd Floor)
Prince William
(3rd Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 REGISTRATION
8:30 - 9:00 CONFERENCE OPENING SESSION
9:00 - 10:00 KEYNOTE: G. Sayeed Choudhury
Johns Hopkins University
10:00 - 10:30

BREAK

10:30 - 12:00

Metadata Theory and Practice
Moderator: Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies, USA

More Than what it seems: How critical theory, popular engagement and apps like Tinder can help us reframe metadata and its consequences
Deborah Maron & Erin Carter

IFLA LRM – finally here
Maja Žumer & Pat Riva

The Use of Digital Object Identifiers in the National Diet Library digital collections
Saho Yasumatsu & Tomoko Okuda

Data and Metadata Instantiation: Use Cases and a Conceptual Model
Richard P. Smiraglia

How to Design & Build Semantic
Applications with Linked Data

Dave Clarke, Synaptica
Claire Knowles, University of Edinburgh
Scott Renton, University of Edinburgh

12:00 - 1:30

LUNCH

1:30 - 3:00

Linked Data I: Transitions from Legacy
Moderator: Jian Qin, Syracuse University, USA

Using the Semantic Web to improve knowledge of translations
Karen Sandra Smith-Yoshimura

Enhancing metadata though standardization and validation: Practical application at the University of Kansas Libraries
Erin Wolfe

Extending legacy metadata with Linked Open Data
Jacob Jett, Timothy W. Cole, Alex Kinnamen, Deren Kudeki, Myung-Ja (MJ) K. Han, Caroline Szylowicz

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

Stanford University:
Arcadia Falcone
Josh Greben
Christina Harlow,
Nancy Lorimer
Philip Schreur

3:00 - 3:30

BREAK

3:30 - 5:00

Developing a Metadata Community Response to the Post-Truth Information Age

Presenter & Discussion Facilitator: David Clarke, Synaptica®

5:00 - 6:00  
6:00 - 7:30

RECEPTION & POSTER SESSION
Regency C & D
(Ballroom Level)

Integrated Learning of Metadata Quality Evaluation and Metadata
Application Profile Development in a Graduate Metadata Course

Oksana Zavalina

Facilitating Information Sharing and Collaboration through Taxonomy at the Federal Reserve Board
Jennifer Gilbert, Alison Raab Labonte & Franz Osorio

The Development of an Application Profile for the OAK Institutional Repository
Mihwa Lee, Jee-Hyun Rho, Eun-Ju Lee & Yoon Kyung Choi

ORCID: Using API Calls to Assess Metadata Completeness
Naomi Eichenlaub & Marina Morgan

Estimating Domain Models from Metadata Instances to Improve Usability of LOD Datasets
Ryouta Kinjou, Mitsuharu Nagamori & Shigeo Sugimoto

Creating a Linked Data-friendly Metadata Application Profile for Archival Description
Mark A. Matienzo, Elizabeth Russey Roke & Scott Carlson

Collaborative Metadata Application Profile Development for DAMS Migration
Anne M. Washington & Andrew Weidner

SEPIA Project: Providing Access to Digital Image Content for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Jennifer Sweeney

Day 2 schedule section header

Titles link to abstracts and session description.

Time
October 27
Arlington / Fairfax
(3rd Floor)
Prince William
(3rd Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 REGISTRATION

 

8:30 - 10:00

Linked Data II: In and Around the Library
Moderator: Marcia Lei Zeng, Kent State University, USA

Metadata for the Certificates of Energy Efficiency of Buildings in Smart Cities
Ana Alice Baptista

Expanding the Institutional Repository Mission: Innovating with Linked Data for NASA Digital Curation
Adrienne Milner Hieb, Matthew M. Pearson & Mitchell Shelton

Towards a BIBFRAME Implementation: The bibliotek-o Framework
Jason Kovari, Steven Folsom & Rebecca Younes

Taming the Graph: Profiles over Linked Data

Morning Session 1: The Role of Profiles

» "Application Profiles" since DC-2000
Tom Baker, DCMI
» Pieces of the profile puzzle
Karen Coyle, Consultant
» Profiles and data quality
Stefanie Rühle, SUB Goettingen

10:00 - 10:30

BREAK

10:30 - 12:00

Sustainability and Preservation
Moderator: Carol Jean Godby, OCLC Research, USA

Applying the Levels of Conceptual Interoperability Model to a Digital Library Ecosystem – a Case Study
Charlotte Suzanne Kostelic

A Data Model for Lifecycle Management of Natural Hazards Engineering Data
Maria Esteva, Ashley Adair, Sivakumar Ayeegoundanpalay Kulasekaran, Josue Balandrano Coronel & Craig Jansen

Best Practices for Software Metadata: A Report from the Software Preservation Network
Elizabeth Russey Roke & Daniel Noonan

Taming the Graph: Profiles over Linked Data

Morning Session 2: Developing and Using Profiles

 

» Requirements for BIBFRAME profiles
Kirk Hess, Library of Congress
» Structured methods for developing profiles
Mariana Malta, Polytechnic of Oporto
» Agile, data-driven methods for developing profiles
Eric Prud'hommeaux, World Wide Web (W3C)
» Discussion

12:00 - 1:30

LUNCH

1:30 - 3:00

Teaching and Learning
Moderator: Stuart Sutton, University of Washington, USA

LD4PE: A Competency-based Guide to Linked Data Principles and Practices
Michael D. Crandall, Stuart A. Sutton, Marcia Zeng, Thomas Baker, Abigail Evans, Sean Dolan, Joseph Chapman, David Talley & Michael Lauruhn

Understanding Users' Metadata Needs: How Do We Know What They Want?
Jeanette Norris

Taming the Graph: Profiles over Linked Data

Afternoon Session 1: Expressing and Profiling Data

» JSON-LD: The data syntax and its uses
Gregg Kellogg, Consultant at Spec-Ops
» ShEx: the Shapes Expression Language
Eric Prud'hommeaux, World Wide Web (W3C)

3:00 - 3:30

BREAK

3:30 - 5:00

Semantic Web Workbench—Tools, Ontologies, Software
Moderator: Michael Crandall, University of Washington, USA

Metadata for Improving Transparency in the Credentialing Marketplace
Jeanne Kitchens, Stuart A. Sutton & Robert G. Sheets

VitroLib: From an Ontology and Instance Editor to a Linked Data Cataloging Editor
Huda Khan, Lynette Rayle & Rebecca Younes

Topic Maps for Digital Scholarly Monographs
Alexandra Alisa Provo & Michel Biezunski

Taming the Graph: Profiles over Linked Data

Afternoon Session 2: Sharing profiles

» Documenting profiles and vocabularies on the Web
Paul Walk, Edinburgh University
» Maintaining RDF vocabularies in spreadsheets
Gregg Kellogg, Consultant at Spec-Ops
» Answering the questions posed

5:00 - 5:30 CELEBRATORY PLENARY  

Day 3 schedule section header

Titles link to abstracts and session description.

Time
October 28
Arlington / Fairfax
(3rd Floor)
Prince William
(3rd Floor)
8:00 - 9:00 Registration
8:30 - 10:00

—Workshop—
Metadata 2020: Discoverability
necessitates collaboration

Organizers:
Clare Dean, Metadata 2020
Eva Méndez, University Carlos III of Madrid

—Workshop—
Networked Knowledge Organization
Systems
(NKOS)

Organizers:
Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies
Gail Hodge, Information International Associates
Marcia Zeng, Kent State University

10:00 - 10:30 Tea/Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30

—Workshop—
Metadata 2020: Discoverability
necessitates collaboration

Organizers:
Clare Dean, Metadata 2020
Eva Méndez, University Carlos III of Madrid

—Workshop—
Networked Knowledge Organization
Systems
(NKOS)

Organizers:
Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies
Gail Hodge, Information International Associates
Marcia Zeng, Kent State University

12:30 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 - 3:00

—Workshop—


Using Omeka S to Create and Share
Cultural Heritage Linked Open Data

Organizers:
Patrick Murray-John, George Mason University

—Workshop—
Networked Knowledge Organization
Systems
(NKOS)

Organizers:
Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies
Gail Hodge, Information International Associates
Marcia Zeng, Kent State University

3:00 - 3:30 Coffee/Tea Break
3:30 - 5:30

—Workshop—


Using Omeka S to Create and Share
Cultural Heritage Linked Open Data

Organizers:
Patrick Murray-John, George Mason University

—Workshop—
Networked Knowledge Organization
Systems
(NKOS)

Organizers:
Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies
Gail Hodge, Information International Associates
Marcia Zeng, Kent State University

Day 4 schedule section header

Detailed schedule to be announced.

Time
October 29
Potomac III-IV
8:30 - 10:00 Governing Board Meeting
10:00 - 10:30 Tea/Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30 Open Community meeting
12:30 - 1:30 Working Lunch



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