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Friday, April 22 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Telling the library's story through linked data

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Come hear from Oregon libraries that are "telling their story" to search engines through the use of linked data. Bibliographic data and web page elements can be converted to linked data structure and made accessible to search engines to serve up in results pages. This program will include an update from Multnomah County Library about the conversion of their bibliographic data through the LibHub Initiative. Washington County Cooperative Library Services will share their use of linked data elements in their website, and Tigard Public Library will share discoveries on how to incorporate linked data into their website. These are exciting new developments that help libraries tell their story to web searchers.

Speakers
avatar for Teresa Ferguson

Teresa Ferguson

Technical Services Manager, Tigard Public Library
I am interested in cataloging, linked data and leadership. I also enjoy camping, hiking and (of course) reading.
avatar for Erica Findley

Erica Findley

Cataloging/Metadata Librarian, Multnomah County Library
avatar for Sandy Macke

Sandy Macke

To quote one personality quiz: "You're so well-adjusted, it's creepy." INTJ ; World traveler and homebody. Easily distracted by shiny objects.
avatar for Crystal Trice

Crystal Trice

Projects & Training Librarian, Washington County Cooperative Library Services

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