Program Key:

Workshops: Sessions labeled "Workshop" are working sessions where the Dublin Core Communities and Task Groups advance the working agenda of the Dublin Core. Sessions include reports on current work, agenda setting, and discussion of ongoing and new issues of concern to the specific Community or Task Group. Newcomers are welcome!
Special Sessions: 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, hands-on exploration, and discussion.
Tutorials: Sessions labeled "Tutorial" are 90 minute instructional sessions geared to those unfamiliar with the topics being addressed.
Papers & Special 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.
Unconference Sessions: Sessions labeled "Unconference" are participant driven sessions on topics of mutual interest. Over the weeks leading up to the conference, we'll be gathering topics and making them available for review here on the website. There is a planning session scheduled during the lunch break on the first day of the conference—22 September. Have a topic to suggest? Some controversial idea? Some late-breaking issue of interest (e,g, If so, leave a brief description at unconf11 (at) dublincore (dot) net and we will make the growing list available here.


DCMI—Oversight Committee: Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Time IFLA Room—National Library of the Netherlands
10:30 17:00

Oversight Committee & Member Annual General Meeting (AGM)
(Closed: By invitation only)

Pre-Conference: Wednesday, 21 September 2011

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Time National Archives Aula Room—National Library of the Netherlands
8:00 8:30 Registration
9:00 10:30

Tutorial 1: An Introduction to Dublin Core
Presenter: Stephanie Taylor

Special Session
10:30 11:00 Break
11:00 12:30

Tutorial 2: From Dublin Core to Linked Data
Presenter: Paul Hermans

Special Session
12:30 13:30 Lunch
13:30 15:00

Tutorial 3: SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System)
Presenter: Antoine Isaac

Special Session
15:00 15:30 Break
15:30 17:00

Tutorial 4: Dublin Core in Practice: From Application Profiles to the Semantic Web
Presenter: Emma Tonkin

Special Session
16:00 16:30 Start time: Pre-reception Tours of the National Library of the Netherlands
IMPORTANT NOTE: The tour schedule for the National Library is now full. A waiting list is being maintained [dcmi11 (at) dublincore (dot) net].
18:00 20:00 Conference Reception (Sponsored by Elsevier)

Conference Day 1: Thursday, 22 September 2011

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Time Aula Room A IFLA Room B/C Room B4 Room D
8:00 8:30 Registration
8:30 9:00 Opening Session          
9:00 9:45 Keynote:
Mikael Nilsson—Metadata Harmonization for Fun and Profit
9:45 10:15 Papers 1:
Profiles & Usage—Part I

Jae-Eun Baek & Shigeo Sugimoto: Facet Analysis of Archival Metadata Standards to Support Appropriate Selection, Combination and Use of Metadata Schemas

10:15 10:45

Kai Eckert, Daniel Garijo, Michael Panzer & Ömer Perçin: Extending DCAM for Metadata Provenance

10:45 11:15 Break (Sponsored by @mire)
11:15 11:45 Papers 2:
Mapping, Alignments

Gordon Dunsire, Diane Ileana Hillmann, Jon Phipps & Karen Coyle: A Reconsideration of Mapping in a Semantic World

11:45 12:15

Johannes Keizer, Ahsan Morshed, Caterina Caracciolo & Gudrun Johannsen: Thesaurus Alignment for Linked Data Publishing

12:15 12:45

Nuno Freire, José Borbinha & Pável Calado: A Language Independent Approach for Aligning Subject Heading Systems with Geographic Ontologies

12:45 13:00 Poster
13:00 13:30 Lunch  
13:30 14:00 Unconference
14:00 15:30

Projects 1: Metadata Transparency

Kevin Clair: Metadata for a Micro-services-based Digital Curation System

Mitsuharu Nagamori, Shigeo Sugimoto, Masahide Kanzaki & Naohisa Torigoshi: Meta-Bridge: A Development of Metadata Information Infrastructure in Japan

François Revol: Universal File System Extended Attributes Namespace

Libraries Government Education Science &
15:30 16:00 Break
16:00 17:30

Projects 2: Collection-level Services

Timothy W. Cole, Myung-Ja K. Han, Doug Moncur & Harriett E. Green: Describing Collections & Collection Services for the BTP

Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Fuminori Kimura & Akira Maeda: Metadata-related Challenges for Realizing a Federated Searching System for Japanese Humanities Databases

David Kuilman & Martin Ruck: Satellites, the Elsevier Format for Ancillary Information to Scientific Journals and Books

Libraries AP Translation DCMI/RDA Unconference Unconference
17:30 18:00 Day Closing
18:00 19:00  
19:00 22:00 Conference Dinner
Het Wapen van Den Haag
Driehoekjes 15
2513 AZ Den Haag «Map»


Conference Day 2: Friday, 23 September 2011

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Time Aula Room A IFLA Room B/C Room B4 Room D
8:45 9:30 Keynote:
Emmanuelle Bermès—Towards Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums
9:30 10:00 Papers 3:
Towards a Linked Data World

Bernhard Haslhofer & Antoine Isaac:—The Europeana Linked Open Data Pilot

10:00 10:30

Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Daniel Vila-Suero, Boris Villazón-Terrazas, Gordon Dunsire, Elena Escolano & Asunción Gómez-Pérez: Style Guidelines for Naming and Labeling Ontologies in the Multilingual Web

10:30 11:00

Benjamin Zapilko & Brigitte Mathiak: Performing Statistical Methods on Linked Data

11:00 11:30 Break
11:30 12:00 Papers 4:
Profiles & Usage—II

Jörg Brunsmann: Product Lifecycle Metadata Harmonization with the Future in OAIS Archives

12:00 12:30

Mohammed Ourabah Soualah & Mohamed Hassoun: Which Metadata for Ancient Arabic Manuscripts Cataloguing?

12:30 13:00

Oksana Zavalina: Free-text Collection-Level Subject Metadata in Large-Scale Digital Libraries: A Comparative Content Analysis

13:00 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 Registry Publishing
Special Session
DCMI/NKOS Provenance Unconference Unconference
15:30 16:00 Break
16:00 17:30

Projects 3: New Views of Legacy Data

Cristina Pattuelli, Chris Weller & Genevieve Szablya: Linked Jazz: An Exploratory Pilot

Myung-Ja K. Han, Melanie Wacker & Judith Dartt: Testing Resource Description and Access (RDA) with Dublin Core

Madelyn Washington, Mark Notess & Jon W. Dunn: Taking Music Metadata from MARC to FRBR to RDF

Special Session
DCMI/NKOS Provenance Social Tagging Unconference
17:30 18:00 Conference


DCMI—Advisory Board: Saturday, 24 September 2011

Time Hotel Garden Court
Laan Van Meerdervoort 96, The Hague
9:00 15:00

Advisory Board Annual Meeting
(Closed: By invitation only)


Posters for DC-2011 will be in place for viewing in the [TBA] of the conference venue starting on Thursday at 10:00 until the end of the conference. After the Overview of Posters session from 12:45-13:00 on Thursday 22 September in the Aula, poster presenters will be available to discuss their posters during lunches and breaks up to and including lunch on Friday. A full poster session will take place 14:00-15:30 on Friday, 23 September.

«Poster Author Instructions»

Poster Author Poster Title
Nick Steffel Better, Faster, Stronger: Building a Better Dublin Core Generator [Abstract]
Haiyan Bai, Xiaodong Qiao & Bing Liang Semantic Bibliography Based on Ontology and Linked Data [Abstract]
Mark Notess, Jon W. Dunn & Juliet L. Hardesty Scherzo: A FRBR-Based Music Discovery System [Abstract]
Imma Subirats, Marcia Zeng & Johannes Keizer Metadata Approaches for Shareable and LOD-enabled Bibliographic Data from Open Repositories [Abstract]
Dennis Spohr, Philipp Cimiano & Cord Wiljes Integrating Ontology-based Metadata Enrichment into a CMS-based Research Infrastructure [Abstract]
Emad Khazraee Domain Specific Considerations of Metadata for Cultural Heritage [Abstract]
Kai Eckert, Daniel Garijo, Michael Panzer & Ömer Perçin Metadata Provenance: Dublin Core on the Next Level [Abstract]
João Sequeira, João Edmundo, Hugo Manguinhas, Gilberto Pedrosa & José Borbinha Profiling Transformations in Heterogeneous and Large Scale Metadata Harvesting Processes [Abstract]
Matthew Miller & Chris Mullin Towards Contextually Descriptive Embedded Metadata [Abstract]
Ricardo Eito-Brun Metadata Aggregation in Historical Engineering Archives: Building an Integrated Metadata Registry [Abstract]

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