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ALA IRRT & CLA webinari iz područja povezanih podataka (09.06.2021)
Američko knjižničarsko društvo - Okrugli stol međunarodnih odnosa (ALA International Relations Round Table) u suradnji s Hrvatskim knjižničarskim društvom i Nacionalnom i sveučilišnom knjižnicom u Zagrebu organiziraju webinare iz područja povezanih podataka.
U pripremi su tri webinara:
Broj sudionika je ograničen.
Webinari se održavaju bez kotizacije.
Webinar 1: Linked Data and Rare Materials: An Online Discussion
Date/Time: June 10, Thursday at 7 am PT/9 am CT/10 am ET/ 16:00 CEST
Zoom Registration Link: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FgGH6pejS2W8GkTP3umrxg
Tim Thompson is the Librarian for Applied Metadata Research at Yale University Library. As a metadata practitioner, his work focuses on the implementation of linked data standards and technologies in academic libraries. With Christine Fernsebner Eslao, he currently cochairs the Linked Data Advisory Committee of the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC). Since 2016, he has been involved in efforts to develop a BIBFRAME ontology extension for the description of art and rare materials (known as ARM).
Webinar 2: Linked Data and Ethics: An Online Discussion
Date/Time: June 17, Thursday at 7 am PT/9 am CT/10 am ET/ 16:00 CEST
Zoom Registration Link: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_okfhOvcdRXKLlEWlJiMN3A
Brian (Bri) Watson (@brimwats) is a PhD. student at the iSchool at the University of British Columbia and the Director of HistSex.com, a freely-accessible open access resource for the history of sexuality. Additionally, they are the Archivist-Historian of the Consensual Non-Monogamies taskforce of the American Psychological Association and contribute to Homosaurus, an international linked data vocabulary for LGBTQ terms.
Devon Murphy (they/them) is a metadata and digital collections professional, currently working as the TARO Metadata Analyst at the University of Texas at Austin. Murphy develops new controlled vocabularies and metadata standards for Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO) and previously created Getty Vocabularies records as a Getty Graduate Intern. Their research areas include information ethics, metadata standards, Indigenous knowledge organization, and linked data.
Webinar 3: Linked Data and Discovery: An Online Discussion
Date/Time: June 18, Friday at 7 am PT/9 am CT/10 am ET/ 16:00 CEST
Zoom Registration Link: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ByMnx1KbSROkJcqjn0u0Tw
Huda Khan works in software development at Cornell University. Her areas of interest and work include linked data and user-centered design.
Astrid Usong is a User Experience Designer for Digital Library Systems and Services at Stanford Libraries. She is currently designing the software for cataloging in a linked data environment and the Stanford Digital Repository. Prior to joining Stanford in 2018, she worked in financial services for 20 years.