An introduction to the core concepts of Library
Linked Data with a focus on the BIBFRAME and other
related vocabularies. This workshop includes both
theory and the opportunity to create BIBFRAME entities
from participant supplied MARC records.
Why it will be of interest to the Technical Services
Interest Group and others?
With the Library of Congress creation and promotion of
BIBFRAME Linked Data vocabulary to replace MARC, and OCLC
Anticipated learning outcomes
Understand RDF Graphs and Triples
BIBFRAME development to version 2.0
Conversion of MARC records to BIBFRAME
Other uses Library Linked Data
Cloud hosted BIBCAT instances of participants
Qualifications to speak on this topic
Jeremy Nelson is the Metadata and Systems Librarian at
Colorado College, a four-year private liberal arts college in Colorado Springs.
In addition to working 8 hours a week on the library's research help desk,
providing information literacy instruction to undergraduates, and
supervising the library's systems and cataloging departments, Nelson is
the CTO of Knowledgelinks.io and is actively researching and developing
various components and open-source
tools in the Catalog Pull Platform for use by Colorado College, the
Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries Consortium, and the
Library of Congress.