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Session 1 : They made it happen… Library linked data success stories
Modérateur : Gildas Illien (BnF)

  • We grew up together: data.bnf.fr from the BnF and Logilab perspectives by Agnès Simon and Sébastien Peyrard (BnF), Vincent Michel and Adrien Di Mascio (Logilab)
  • Web NDL Authorities: Authority Data of the National Diet Library, Japan, as Linked Data by Tadahiko Oshiba and Kazuo Takehana (National Diet Library)

Session 2 : Perspectives for developing linked libraries and related applications
Modérateur : Emmanuelle Bermès (BnF)

  • An unbroken chain: approaches to implementing Linked Open Data in libraries; comparing local, open source, collaborative and commercial systems by Lukas Koster (Library of the University of Amsterdam) and Rurik Greenal (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
  • Methodological Proposals for Designing Federative Platforms in Cultural Linked Open Data: the example of MoDRef by Antoine Courtin (Labex « Past in the present ») and Jean-Luc Minel (University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)
  • Internal and external interoperability of books metadata using work concept and semantic web technologies by Pierre Boudigues, Joëlle Aernoudt and Stéphane Bizeul (Electre), Gautier Poupeau (Antidot)

Session 3 Creating, maintaining and using vocabularies for library linked data
Modérateur : Lars Svenson (DNB)

  • Making MODS to Linked Open Data: A Collaborative Effort for Developing MODS/RDF by Ray Denenberg, and Rebecca Guenther (Library of Congress), Myung-Ja Han (University of Illinois), Jeff Mixter (OCLC), Amy L. Nurnberger, Melanie Wacker, and Kathryn Pope (Columbia University), Brian Luna Lucero (Center for Digital Research and Scholarship
  • Making library Linked Data using the Europeana Data Model by Marko Knepper (University Library Frankfurt am Main) and Valentine Charles (Europeana Foundation)
  • Versioning Vocabularies in a Linked Data World by Diane Hillmann and Jon Phipps (Metadata Management Associates LLC), Gordon Dunsire (Indenpendent consultant)
  • From UNIMARC bibliographic and authority record to Linked Open Data by Mirna Willer (University of Zadar) and Leonardo Jelenkovi? (UNIBIS)

Session 4 : Designing Linked Data software and services for libraries
Modérateur : Emmanuelle Bermès (BnF)

  • Panel with Schlomo Sanders (Ex Libris), Richard Wallis (OCLC) and Nicolas Chauvat (Logilab)