2020 LD4 Conference on
Linked Data in Libraries
The 2020 LD4 Conference on Linked Data in Libraries has ended.
Visit ld42020.sched.com to find the agenda with links to session videos and slides. Information about the 2021 conference will be announced in fall 2020 on relevant communication channels including the LD4 Slack workspace. (Join the ld4 Slack workspace)
The conference in numbers
Registered attendees: 1,572
Countries represented by presenters and attendees: 22
Themed tracks: 11
Average attendees per session: 129
Highest attendance at a session: 273 attendees in “Linked data for libraries with Wikibase”
Days: 16 (over 4 weeks)
Views of session recordings on YouTube playlist: 6,800
About the conference
Join us to learn concrete ways that linked data benefits GLAM institutions, and discover pathways to participation in linked data. Whether you have already implemented linked data in your work or are just getting started, you will leave with a better understanding of what linked data is, how it can be used, and what you can do to get started or continue to incorporate linked data in your institutions or projects. By bringing together a broad range of perspectives, and centering diversity, equity, inclusion, and ethics in our discussions, we will create a community of practice for linked data in libraries.
Visit Track Descriptions for information on the conference themes.
The language of the conference is English.
Contact the co-chairs: Christine Fernsebner Eslao, Harvard | Hilary Thorsen, Stanford
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