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Thursday, March 20 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Practical Linked Data: Learning How to Create and Use Linked Data in the Real World

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Want to learn more about linked data?  This session is intended for anyone interested in learning more about linked data, whether they are new to the subject or more advanced.  We will begin by describing what linked data is. We then discuss our specific project and how we created linked data using the MCTC zine collection, the Anchor Archive Zine Thesaurus, the Open Metadata Registry and Open Refine. After that, we talk about what our group might do next, what we learned from the project, and show some other examples of projects that use linked data.

Speakers
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Elissah Becknell

Zine Librarian and Instructor, Minneapolis Community & Technical College Library
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Tina Gross

Catalog Librarian, St. Cloud State University
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Stephen Hearn

Metadata Strategist, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
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Sara Ring, Continuing Education Librarian, Minitex

Continuing Education Librarian, Minitex
Sara is a continuing education librarian in the Minitex Digital Initiatives & Metadata Education unit. She develops and presents training on metadata standards for digital collections and digital preservation. Before Minitex, Sara worked at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Library and UW-Madison's College Library while earning her M.A. in Library and Information Studies from UW-Madison. She holds a B.A. in Cultural Studies... Read More →
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Sarah Quimby

Head of Reference, Minnesota Historical Society
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Brooke Roegge

Digital Information Specialist, MN Dept of Employment and Economic Development


Thursday March 20, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center, John B. Davis Auditorium

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