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Friday, July 15 • 9:00am - 10:00am
The Share Family—One Project, Many Tenants

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The Share Family of linked data initiatives is best known for its flagship product Share-VDE (Virtual Discovery Environment). This session will explore the expanse of the Share Family tenants including: Share-VDE, SHARE-Catalogue, Kubikat-LOD, PCC data pool and the National Bibliographies project. We will discuss the joint development process and the jointly-developed tools (including the J.Cricket linked data editor and the Share Family Index). Representatives from several of the Share Family projects will present their experiences and the specifics of the tenants. The University of Alberta Library (UAL) has partnered with Share-VDE to support a multi-year Linked Data Implementation Plan (LDIP). UAL will provide a high-level outline of LDIP and associated connections with the Share-VDE community. The British Library will describe migration of the linked open data British National Bibliography (BNB) to become the first tenant of the Share-Family National Bibliographies project. The SHARE-Catalogue project will present experimentations to connect its linked data platform with external environments, including Wikidata through massive upload of identifiers, and the exploration of other authority services, such as IdRef. Following the presentations, the panelists will have an open discussion comparing the various approaches in the projects and their individual experiences as part of the collaboration.

Speakers
avatar for Beth Picknally Camden

Beth Picknally Camden

Goldstein Director of Information Processing, University of Pennsylvania Libraries
At the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, I am the Goldstein Director of Information Processing, responsible for technical services. I am involved in professional organizations including the American Library Association (ALA), ALA Core, and the Program for Cooperative Cataloging... Read More →
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Alan Danskin

Collection Metadata Standards Manager, British Library
avatar for Abigail Sparling

Abigail Sparling

Serials Metadata Librarian, University of Alberta
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Roberto Delle Donne

Prof., Università di Napoli Federico II


Friday July 15, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
Zoom
  Discovery