FINAL PROGRAM

The Final Program can be downloaded: http://www.asis.org/Conferences/DC-2010/DC-2010-Program.pdf
Further information of the sessions is available at http://dc-2010.org//program-sessions.html.
 Please contact the organizing committee (http://dc-2010.org/organization.html) if you have any questions.

Program Key:

Workshops:Sessions labeled "Workshop" are working sessions where the Dublin Core Communities and Task Groups advance the working agenda of the Dublin Core. Sessions include reports on current work, agenda setting, and discussion of ongoing and new issues of concern to the specific Community or Task Group. Newcomers are welcome!
Special Sessions:Sessions labeled "Special Session" are unique sessions addressing topics of special interest to the Dublin Core community. The format of Special Sessions varies and may include combinations of speaker/panel presentations, hands-on exploration, and discussion.
Tutorials:Sessions labeled "Tutorial" are 1/2 day instructional sessions geared to those unfamiliar with the topics being addressed.
Papers & Special Sessions: Sessions labeled "Papers" or "Project Reports" are presentation sessions of peer reviewed Papers of interest to the Dublin Core community that break new ground in metadata theory or practice and Project Reports that present existing projects that demonstrate new solutions to existing metadata problems and illustrate metadata best practices..

Wednesday 20 October 2010

   

Sterling

Rivers

Traders

Brigade

8:00 9:00

 
Registration
 

9:00 10:30

Basic Tutorial 1

Jane Greenberg/Jon Phipps
Dublin Core: History, Key Concepts, and Evolving Context
[Tutorial Abstract]

Workshop:
Libraries AP Task Group

Workshop:
Preservation Community
Workshop:
Registry Community and Task Group
 
10:30 11:00

Break

11:00 12:30

Basic Tutorial 2

Jane Greenberg/Jon Phipps
Dublin Core: History, Key Concepts, and Evolving Context
[Tutorial Abstract]

Workshop:
Libraries AP Task Group
Special Session:
DCMI Membership session
Workshop:
Registry Community and Task Group
 
12:30 1:30 Lunch (King's Garden Ballroom)
1:30 3:00

Transitional Tutorial 1

Karen Coyle/Ron Daniel
A SAFARI from the Dublin Core to the Semantic Web
[Tutorial Abstract]

Workshop:
Libraries AP Task Group
Workshop:
Education Community and Task Group
Workshop:
Metadata Provenance Task Group
 
3:00 3:30

Break

3:30 5:00

Transitional Tutorial 2

Karen Coyle/Ron Daniel
A SAFARI from the Dublin Core to the Semantic Web

[Tutorial Abstract]

Workshop:
Libraries AP Task Group
Workshop:
Education Community and Task Group
Workshop:
Metadata Provenance Task Group
 
5:00 6:00  
6:00 8:00

 
Welcome Reception (King's Garden Ballroom)
 

 


 

Thursday 21 October

   

King's Garden North & South

Rivers

Brigade

Ballroom 4

LeBateau

8:00 8:30

 Registration 

8:30 9:00

Opening Session

Welcome by DCMI
9:00 9:45

Keynote

Stu WeibelA Metadata trajectory: What 15 years of Dublin Core tells us about our future
9:45 10:15

Paper Session #1: 
Principles and Innovations

Emma Tonkin & Andrew Hewson: Building blocks of metadata: What can we learn from Lego™?
10:15 10:45 Sherry Koshman: Visualizing Metadata for Environmental Datasets
10:45 11:15 Break
11:15 11:40 Paper Session #2: 
Libraries and the FRBR Model
Maja Zumer, Marcia Lei Zeng, & Athena Salaba: FRBR: A Generalized Approach to Dublin Core Application Profiles
11:40 12:05 Jenn Riley: Enhancing Interoperability of FRBR-Based Metadata
12:05 12:30 Jennifer B. Bowen: Moving Library Metadata Toward Linked Data: Opportunities Provided by the eXtensible Catalog
12:30 1:00

Poster IntroductionsOverview of Posters

 
1:00 2:00

Lunch (Ballroom 2)

2:00 2:30

Parallel Sessions: 
Metadata at Work

Project Report:
Yunyun Shen, Long Xiao, & Ying Feng: Building a Metadata Application Framework for Chinese Digital Libraries

Workshop:
DCMI/NKOS Task Group
Workshop:
User documentation and Glossary Task Group
Special Session:
Linked Data 1: Domain Models
Special Session:
Dublin Core in the UK (2:00-2:45)
2:30 3:00

Project Report:
Sarah Buchanan: Use of Community Metadata: Public Policy Research in Policy Archive

Special Session:
ISO Education MLR (2:45-3:30)
3:00 3:30

Project Report:
Myung-Ja K. Han, Sheila Bair, & Jason Lee: Creating Metadata Best Practices for CONTENTdm Users

3:30 4:00

Break (Ballroom 2)

4:00 4:30

Parallel Sessions: 
New Directions in Metadata

Project Report:
Stephanie Ogeneski Christensen, & Douglas Donald Dunlop: The Case for Implementing Core Descriptive Embedded Metadata at the Smithsonian

Workshop:
DCMI/NKOS Task Group
Workshop:
Libraries Community
Special Session:
Linked Data 2: Vocabulary Selection & Development
Workshop:
Science and Metadata Community
4:30 5:00

Project Report:
James E. Andrews, Denise Shereff, Timothy Patrick, & Rachel Richesson: The Question about Questions: Is DC a Good Choice to Address the Challenges of Representation of Clinical Research Questions and Value Sets?

5:00 5:30

Project Report:
Jacques Ducloy, Thierry Daunois, Muriel Foulonneau, Alice Hermann, Jean-Charles Lamirel, Stéphane Sire, Jean-Pierre Thomesse, & Christine Vanoirbeek: Metadata for WICRI, a Network of Semantic Wikis for Communities in Research and Innovation

5:30 6:00

Day closing

Breakout Reports, Pointers for Next Day
6:00 7:00

 

7:00 10:00

 
Conference Dinner (Ballroom 2)
 

 


 

Friday 22 October

   

King's Garden North & South

Rivers

Brigade

Ballroom 3

LeBateau

8:00 9:00

  
Registration 
 

9:00 9:45

Keynote

Mike Bergman: Bridging the Gaps: Adaptive Approaches to Data Interoperability
9:45 10:10 Paper Session #3: Communities and Metadata Marie-Claude Côté, Margaret Devey, Lynne McAvoy, & Leigh Bain: Celebrating 10 Years of Government of Canada Metadata Standards
10:10 10:35 Paul Asman, San Cannon, & Christine Sommo: Extending RSS to Meet Central Bank Needs
10:35 11:00 Jian Qin, Miao Chen, Xiaozhong Liu, & Andrea Kathleen Wiggins: Linking Entities in Scientific Metadata
11:00 11:30

Break (Ballroom 2)

11:30 12:00 Paper Session #4: DC in Practice Carol Jean Godby: From records to streams: Merging library and publisher metadata
12:00 12:30 Steven J. Miller: The One-To-One Principle: Challenges in Current Practice
12:30 1:00 Hannah Tarver: Better Guidelines, Better Functionality: How Metadata Supports the Cycle of System Improvement at UNT
1:00 2:00

Lunch (Ballroom 2)

2:00 2:30

Parallel Sessions

Poster Session

Workshop:
Knowledge Management Community
Workshop:
DCMI/RDA Task Group
Workshop:
Tools Community
Special Session:
Application Profiles for Linked Data: Models and Requirements Part 1
2:30 3:00
3:00 3:30
3:30 4:00

Break

4:00 4:30

Parallel Sessions

Workshop:
Social Tagging Community
Workshop:
Localization and Internationalization Community and Translation Task Group
Special Session:
Linked Data 3: Breakout sessions & Follow-up
Special Session:
Application Profiles for Linked Data: Models and Requirements Part 2
4:30 5:00
5:00 5:30
5:30 6:00

Closing Session

Conclusions and Wrap-up by DCMI

Posters

Posters for DC-2010 will be in place for viewing in the King's Garden North & South of the conference venue starting on Thursday at 12:30pm until the end of the conference. After the Overview of Posters session from 12:30pm-1:00pm on Thursday 21 October in the King's Garden North & South, poster presenters will be available to discuss their posters during lunches and breaks up to and including lunch on Friday. A full poster session will take place between 2:00pm-3:30pm in the King's Garden North & South on Friday, 22 October. Please click here for Poster Set-up Instructions

Poster Author Poster Title
Louise Spiteri The Public Library Catalogue as a Social Space: Transaction Log Analysis of User Interaction with Social Discovery Systems. [Abstract]
Mary Jo Dorsey & Ellen Detlefsen Vocabulary and Taxonomy Issues When Searching Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Health Literature  [Abstract]
Sheila Bair & Susan Steuer Towards a Premodern Manuscript Application Profile [Abstract]
Lars G. Svensson Universal Access to Cultural Heritage Material: The Europeana Resolution Discovery Service for Persistent Identifiers [Abstract]
Ahsan Morshed, Gudrun Johannsen, Johannes Keizer,
& Marcia Lei Zeng
Bridging End Users’ Terms and AGROVOC Concept Server Vocabularies [Abstract]
Alma B. Rivera Aguilera & Magaly Vega Lopez An Application Profile for Cataloguing Digital Learning Material Collections at Biblioteca Francisco Xavier Clavigero [Abstract]
Hsueh-hua Chen, Chiung-min Tsai & Ya-Chen Ho Creating Collection-Level Metadata: A TELDAP Case Study [Abstract]
Philipp Mayr, Benjamin Zapilko & York Sure Establishing a Multi-Thesauri-Scenario based on SKOS and Cross-Concordances [Abstract]