Call for Proposals: 2021 LD4 Conference on Linked Data, “Building Connections Together”
Submission deadline: Monday, April 12, 2021
The deadline to propose content for the 2021 LD4 Conference is fast approaching! All
proposals are due Monday, April 12, by 11:59 pm PST.
The 2021 LD4 Conference<http://bit.ly/ld42021> will be held online from July 12-23.
We are accepting proposals for content in a variety of formats and we invite you to submit
your proposal<https://forms.gle/h8BVmSHrre8h4Xsy7> to be part of creating this
conference! By bringing together a broad range of perspectives, the conference seeks to
foster a community of practice for linked data in cultural heritage institutions.
The conference will include activities tailored to all levels of experience with linked
data, with a focus on themes of:
* Linked data education
* Inclusion of diverse voices
* Practical steps toward linked data adoption
* Reliability and availability of linked data
* Incorporating linked data into day-to-day library operations
* Linked data advocacy
We are accepting proposals for content in a variety of formats and especially encourage
proposals (conference or pre-conference) from participants from groups and regions that
are traditionally underrepresented in conferences related to linked data in libraries and
other cultural heritage organizations, as well as proposals from early career
professionals. Successful proposals will focus on concrete ways that linked data impacts
GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums) institutions, and will share pathways
that allow others to participate in linked data. Please see the full Call for
for additional details.
Questions about the conference and this call for proposals? See our website
bit.ly/ld42021<http://bit.ly/ld42021> or contact
Senior Agile Product Owner
Zepheira, a division of EBSCO