Wednesday, June 15
11:00 A.M. - 5:00 PM, EST
In the four years since the Library of Congress launched the BIBFRAME project, a tremendous amount of progress has been made in transforming traditional bibliographic information using new structures that are more grounded in linked data and web-centric principles. This virtual conference will explore implementations of BIBFRAME data and related approaches to sharing and interacting with bibliographic data. Speakers will address active projects based on linked data and how those services are improving interactions and discovery of information resources.
Confirmed speakers include: Shana McDanold, Georgetown University; Carolyn Hansen, University of Cincinnati; Ted Lawless, Thomson Reuters; Melanie Wacker, Columbia University; Michael Lauruhn, Elsevier; Tim Thompson, Princeton University; Beacher J.E. Wiggins, Library of Congress; Eric Miller, Zepheira; and Carl Stahmer, University of California-Davis.
For more about this event, please visit the event page.