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The activities of Share-VDE are organised into several work strands. Being a community initiative, the goals and desired outcomes are defined by the participating institutions through active engagement in different working groups that meet on a regular basis.   
 
The activities of Share-VDE are organised into several work strands. Being a community initiative, the goals and desired outcomes are defined by the participating institutions through active engagement in different working groups that meet on a regular basis.   
  
Share-VDE libraries are welcome to join one or more working groups based on their interest in a specific work strand and on the active contribution they can bring to the discussion. To become a member of a working group, contact the chair or Share-VDE team at [mailto:helpdesk@share-vde.org helpdesk@share-vde.org].  
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Share-VDE member libraries are welcome to join one or more working groups based on their interest in a specific work strand and on the active contribution they can bring to the discussion. To become a member of a working group, contact the chair or Share-VDE team at [mailto:helpdesk@share-vde.org helpdesk@share-vde.org].  
  
 
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Filip Jakobsen, '''Chair'''
 
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==Share Family National Bibliographies working group (NB)==
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Revision as of 15:17, 1 October 2021


The activities of Share-VDE are organised into several work strands. Being a community initiative, the goals and desired outcomes are defined by the participating institutions through active engagement in different working groups that meet on a regular basis.

Share-VDE member libraries are welcome to join one or more working groups based on their interest in a specific work strand and on the active contribution they can bring to the discussion. To become a member of a working group, contact the chair or Share-VDE team at helpdesk@share-vde.org.

SVDE Advisory Council (AC)

The Share-VDE AC will take an active role in determining future uses and vision for the Share-VDE initiative; Develop future use cases for Share-VDE, and set development priorities as needed; Monitor and lead the work of the various Advisory Council Working Groups; Maintain communication among the Share member institutions.

Current AC members

Duke University

Jacquie Samples, Past chair

Dennis Christman

Library of Congress

Kevin Ford

Nate Trail

National Library of Finland

Osma Suominen

National Library of Norway

Oddrun Ohren

New York University

Nina Servizzi

Smithsonian Institution

Jackie Shieh

Stanford University

Nancy Lorimer

The British Library

Andrew MacEwan

University of Alberta Library

Abigail Sparling

Ian Bigelow

University of Chicago

Christie Thomas

University of Pennsylvania

Beth Picknally Camden, Chair

Working Group Leads

Erik Radio, University of Colorado-Boulder, AIMS Lead

Ian Bigelow, University of Alberta Library, SEI WG CO-Lead

Jim Hahn, University of Pennsylvania Libraries, SEI WG CO-Lead

Martin Knott, University of Michigan Libraries, CKBE WG Lead

Filip Jakobsen, Samhæng, UI/UX WG Lead


PCC representative

Nancy Fallgren, National Library of Medicine


Liaisons from Share family projects

Kubikat-LOD

Cora Molloy, Max-Planck-Institute


Share-Catalogue

Roberto Delle Donne, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Claudio Forziati, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II


Casalini/@Cult

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini Libri

Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri

Anna Lionetti, Casalini Libri

SVDE-AC Authority/Identifier Management Services working group (AIMS)

The Authority/Identifier Management Services WG defines guidelines and best practices for Authority/Identifier management in the linked data environment; defines scope and data-flow for creation and implementation of services connected with the SVDE system based on preliminary documentation.

Current AIMS members

Duke University

Rich Murray

National Library of Finland

Matias Frosterus

New York University

Charlene Chou

Everett Allgood

Stanford University

Vitus Tang

The British Library

Andrew MacEwan

Emma Rogoz

University of Alberta Library

Amanda Nagyl

University of Colorado-Boulder

Erik Radio, Chair

University of Michigan Libraries

Matt Carruthers

University of Pennsylvania

Jim Hahn

Yale University Libraries

Eva Bolkovac

Timothy Thompson


Liaisons from Share family projects

Share-Catalogue

Tania Maio, Università degli Studi di Salerno


Casalini Libri/@Cult

Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri

Anna Lionetti, Casalini Libri

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini Libri

Alessandra Moi, @Cult

SVDE-AC Cluster Knowledge Base Editor working group (CKB editor)

An essential part of the MARC to RDF conversion process is the maintenance of metadata that have been produced and registered on the Cluster Knowledge Base (CKB); the group analyses how libraries interact with the CKB and their use of the Editor for modifying (correcting / enriching), deleting, merging and separating clusters; the same approach will be applied on the data originally created in BIBFRAME.

Current CKBE members

National Library of Finland

Osma Suominen

National Library of Norway

Oddrun Ohren

New York University

Alexandra Provo

Everett Allgood

Stanford University

Vitus Tang

University of Alberta Library

Abigail Sparling

University of Chicago Libraries

John Jung

University of Colorado-Boulder

Erik Radio

University of Michigan Libraries

Martin Knott, Chair

University of Pennsylvania

Katia Strieck

Jim Hahn

Yale University Libraries

Eva Bolkovac

Timothy Thompson

Youn Noh


Casalini Libri/@Cult

Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri

Anna Lionetti, Casalini Libri

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini Libri

Alessandra Moi, @Cult


Samhæng

Filip Jakobsen

SVDE-AC Sapientia Entity Identification working group (SEI)

The Sapientia Entity Identification WG reviews the identification and clustering process of Share-VDE entities and submits feedback on potential improvements or optimizations; reviews the use of primary resource identifiers in Share-VDE dataset and provides feedback as appropriate; engages with the PCC to identify and/or develop best practices for use of these identifiers in BIBFRAME and MARC data.

Current SEI members

Library of Congress

Kevin Ford

Nate Trail

National Library of Finland

Marja-Liisa Seppälä

National Library of Medicine

Nancy Fallgren

National Library of Norway

Oddrun Ohren

Trine Adolfsen

New York University

Charlene Chou

Everett Allgood

Matthew Wise

Alexander Whelan

Stanford University Libraries

Nancy Lorimer

The British Library

Alan Danskin

Corine Deliot

University of Alberta Library

Danoosh Davoodi

Ian Bigelow, Chair

University of Chicago Libraries

Thomas Dousa

University of Pennsylvania

Jim Hahn, Co-chair

Yale

Youn Noh


Liaisons from Share family projects

Share-Catalogue

Remo Rivelli, Università degli Studi di Salerno

Walter Stefano, Università del Salento


Casalini Libri/@Cult

Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri

Anna Lionetti, Casalini Libri

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini Libri

SVDE-AC User Experience/User Interface working group (UX-UI)

The User Experience/User Interface WG re-designs Share-VDE user interface to respond to both patrons and library staff requirements and expectations, to reflect the components of the Share-VDE data model infrastructure, and to provide an intuitive user experience.

Current UX-UI members

Library of Congress

Paul Frank

Harvard University

Chiat Naun Chew

Duke University

Jacquie Samples

National Library of Finland

Serafia Kari

National Library of Medicine

Nancy Fallgren

Stanford University

Philip Schreur

University of Alberta Library

Ian Bigelow

University of Chicago Libraries

Larisa Walsh

University of Michigan Libraries

Martin Knott

University of Pennsylvania

Beth Picknally Camden


Casalini Libri/@Cult

Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri

Anna Lionetti, Casalini Libri

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini Libri


Samhæng

Filip Jakobsen, Chair

Share Family National Bibliographies working group (NB)

Among the Share Family of library driven initiatives a new working group has started dedicated to the practical cooperation among the National Bibliographies. Considering the important presence of several National Libraries in the Share-VDE community and in the broader network of institutions that follow the progress of this initiative and of other Linked Open Data projects, this working group has been launched in order to study and address the needs of National Libraries and institutions that hold National Bibliographies in the framework of a shared entity discovery environment such as the Share Family of initiatives.

Current NB members