Flash Talks -- Poster Presentations

Starts at
04 Oct 22 21:00 UTC
Finishes at
04 Oct 22 21:30 UTC
Venue
Virtual Conference Room A
Moderator
Alasdair MacDonald

Moderator

  • Alasdair MacDonald

    University of Edinburgh

    Alasdair MacDonald is the Metadata and University Collections Facility Manager at Edinburgh University Library, where he has worked since 2014. The work of the Metadata Team is mainly focussed on the RDA and MARC21 standards, with recent initiatives including the production of metadata for the University's digitised thesis collections and addressing heritage collections backlogs. Alasdair's previous role was Head of Bibliographic Maintenance and Authority Control at the Bodleian Libraries and he has a long-standing interest in author identification and its implementation across different platforms and metadata standards. Alasdair is the vice Chair of the CILIP Metadata and Discovery Group Scotland committee and the current Chair of the DCMI Governing Board.

Presentations

Linked Open Data Enabled Bibliographical Data (LODE-BD) 3.0

Authors: Marcia Zeng, Imma Subirats

The Linked Open Data Enabled Bibliographical Data (LODE-BD) practical guide aims to support the selection of appropriate encoding strategies for producing meaningful LOD-BD (directly or indirectly). The latest version (3.0) of the LODE-BD provides recommendations applicable for structured data, describing bibliographic resources and research datasets. The core component of LODE-BD contains a set of recommended decision trees for common properties used in describing a resource instance, enabling data providers to make choices according to their development stages, internal data structures, and the reality of their practices.

  • Marcia Zeng

    Kent State University (USA)

    Marcia Lei Zeng is a Professor of Information Science at Kent State University (USA). Her primary research interests include knowledge organization systems, linked data, metadata, smart data and big data, semantic technologies, and digital humanities. She has authored over 100 research papers and six books. Her research projects have received funding from the NSF, IMLS, OCLC, Fulbright, and other organizations. She has chaired and served on committees, working groups, and executive boards including IFLA, SLA, ASIS&T, NISO, ISO, DCMI, ISKO, and W3C. Currently, she is serving as a member of the DCMI Governing Board and ISKO Board of Directors.

Mapping BIBFRAME with RDA for Representative Expression of LRM

Authors: Mihwa Lee

Library Reference Model (LRM) as a new conceptual model for constructing linked data in library has impact on RDA as content rules and BIBFRAME as encoding format. Among LRM attributes (or properties), especially, representative expression is a new one. RDA has expanded the attributes to reflect representative expression of LRM, BIBFRAME should also accept the RDA elements for representative expression because BIBFRAME should reflect RDA attributes as encoding format. This poster is to propose the BIBFRAME mapping with RDA representative expression.

  • Mihwa Lee

    Kongju National University

    Research area : Current cataloging related theory and trends such as RDA, FRBR, LRM, and BIBFRAME

    Professional Experience Mar. 2012 - Present : Assistant Professor, Library and Information Science Education in Kongju National University

    Related Activities : Committee and Academic Society Jun. 2013 - Present - Committee member in Korean Cataloging Committee Dec. 2016 - Present - Committee member of National bibliography Standardization Committee Of National Library of Korea Oct. 2017 - Present - Committee member of ISBN Committee Of National Library of Korea Jan. 2017 – Present - Editorial board of Korean Biblia Society for Library and Information Science

Research on the construction and application of the semantic-based ontology model for biographical data

Authors: Liu Yao, Li Si

Biography, a historical genre dating back to antiquity, is a scholarly resource in history and prosopography(Shimizu et al., 2020). It records the lives of individuals and serves as a witness to social customs and historical scenes. However, most biographies follow the traditional form of non-structured text and cannot reveal the semantic features of biographers(Hyvönen et al., 2019), which has hindered information mining and retrieval. Semantic Web technologies provide a solution through deep semantic descriptions. However, few studies explore the semantic modeling of biography. Given this, we constructed a biographical ontology based on existing ontology and terms extracted from an autobiography. On this basis, semantic applications, such as semantic retrieval, annotation, and reasoning, can be explored.

  • Liu Yao

    School of Information Management, Wuhan University

    Liu Yao is a graduate student in the School of Information Management at Wuhan University, working on knowledge organisation and scientific data. She received her undergraduate education and a Bachelor of Library Science degree from the School of Information Management, Wuhan University. She has participated in the scientific data sharing project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the economic management database project funded by the Ministry of Education of People's

Improvement of metadata interoperability for promoting distribution and utilization of Japanese digital cultural resources

Authors: Daichi Machiya, Michiko Takahashi, Yuka Koguchi

The National Diet Library, Japan (NDL) has contributed to promoting utilization of Japanese digital cultural resources by operating Japan Search, the national metadata platform of Japanese digital content in various fields. While Japan Search accepts metadata regardless of schema to minimize the workload of data providers and enable rapid expansion of searchable databases, it is necessary to improve metadata interoperability to enable efficient utilization of resources. This presentation covers practices to improve metadata interoperability such as an initiative in the community providing metadata to Japan Search and improvement of RDF provided by Japan Search.

  • Daichi Machiya

    National Diet Library

    Daichi Machiya belongs to the Standardization Section of the Digital Information Distribution Division of the Digital Information Department, National Diet Library, Japan. He has been involved in a project to build a national platform for aggregating metadata of digital resources, Japan Search, where he examines RDF metadata schema. He also has experience in working with partner institutions of NDL Search, which is an aggregator of Japan Search for libraries in Japan.