2021 LD4 Conference on
Linked Data in Libraries
About the 2021 LD4 Conference on Linked Data in Libraries
Participate in the conference to learn concrete ways that linked data benefits libraries and related institutions, and discover pathways to participation in linked data. By bringing together a broad range of perspectives, and centering diversity, equity, inclusion, and ethics in our discussions, the conference seeks to create a community of practice for linked data in libraries.
The conference will take place online July 12 through July 23, 2021.
Xiaoli Li (University of California, Davis)
Elizabeth Russey Roke (Emory University)
Paloma Graciani Picardo (University of Texas at Austin)
Co-chair contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer to plan and run the 2021 Conference
Interested in planning and running the 2021 Conference? Fill out this volunteer form to express your interest by December 1, 2020. The co-chairs are seeking volunteers with a wide range of skill levels, interest and backgrounds. There are different roles you can assume according to your current commitment capacity or desired level of involvement.
Get involved with the library linked data community
Along with the annual LD4 conference, the LD4P project also runs a Slack Workspace and several open affinity groups. Join the LD4 Slack workspace where you'll find channels for the 2021 conference (#ld42021) and for affinity groups on topics like discovery (#discovery), ethics in linked data (#ethicsld), Wikidata (#wikidata).