very important; thank you,


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To support and encourage the growing adoption of linked data in libraries, we’re excited to announce the launch of the LD4 Community. While community activities have been underway for some time (including an annual conference and several affinity groups), there hasn’t been a community--focused home for practitioners to engage with these and other resources. Our recently conducted community survey confirmed the need for a structure that brings together existing activities and resources and provides a base for future community initiatives.

The new LD4 Community is open to anyone to explore, learn and collaborate to raise awareness and know-how, encourage adoption, and foster an ecosystem of interoperable standards, tools and services in order to move linked open data and other techniques from theory into practice, at scale.

Learn more about the LD4 Community and how to get involved at (Note: you may have to clear your cache if you have trouble accessing the site).

LD4 Community Steering Group

Tom Cramer, Stanford 

Dave Eichmann, University of Iowa

Jason Kovari, Cornell

Phil Schreur, Stanford

Simeon Warner, Cornell

Scott Wicks, Harvard


Philip E. Schreur, PhD

Associate University Librarian for Technical and Access Services

Stanford University

Green Library

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Stanford, CA 94305-6004

650-723-2454 (voice)

650-723-9325 (fax)

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Prof. Mauro Guerrini
Università di Firenze
Full Professor of LIS, Library and Information Science
Professore ordinario di Biblioteconomia
Dipartimento di Storia, Archeologia, Geografia, Arte e Spettacolo (SAGAS)
Via San Gallo 10
50129 Firenze - Italia

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