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SVDE Advisory Council (AC)

Th <meta charset="utf-8" /> e Share-VDE Advisory Council's role is to provide insight and analysis of the MARC to BIBFRAME transformation to make recommendations for improvements based on member library data analysis, and project documentation. The AC also provides overall guidance to the activities of Share-VDE initiative and Working Groups. Ut <meta charset="utf-8" /> ilities for members:

Th <meta charset="utf-8" /> e current members are:

Jacquie Samples, Lead, Duke University Libraries,

Abigail Sparling, University of Alberta Library,

Anna Lionetti, Casalini Libri,

Beth Picknally Camden, University of Pennsylvania,

Christie Thomas, University of Chicago Libraries,

Erik Radio, University of Colorado-Boulder, AIMS Lead,

Danoosh Davoodi, University of Alberta Library,

Dennis Christman, Duke University Libraries,

Filip Jakobsen, Samhaeng, UI/UX WG Lead,

Ian Bigelow, University of Alberta Library, WID WG Lead,

Ivo Contursi, @Cult,

Kevin Ford, Library of Congress,

Martin Knott, University of Michigan Libraries, CKBE WG Lead,

Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri,

Nate Trail, Library of Congress,

Nina Servizzi, New York University,

Oddrun Ohren, National Library of Norway,

Osma Suominen, National Library of Finland,

Phil Schreur, Stanford University Library,

Sharon Farnel, University of Alberta Library,

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini,

Vitus Tang, Stanford University Libraries,

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 Service based on preliminary documentation; proposes additional use cases identified as essential for effective knowledge base management.

Utilities for members:

The <meta charset="utf-8" /> current members are: Erik Radio, Lead, University of Colorado-Boulder,

Amanda Nagyl, University of Alberta Library,

Charlene Chou, New York University,

Chris Long, University of Colorado-Boulder,

Eva Bolkovac, Yale University Libraries,

Everett Allgood, New York University Library,

Matias Frosterus, National Library of Finland,

Matt Carruthers, University of Michigan Libraries,

Rich Murray, Duke University Libraries,

Richard Sarcia, Yale University Libraries,

Vitus Tang, Stanford University Libraries,

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini,

Filip Jakobsen, Samhæng,

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.

Utilities for members:

The current members are:

Martin Knott, Lead, University of Michigan Libraries,

Erik Radio, University of Colorado-Boulder,

Abigail Sparling, University of Alberta Library,

Alexandra Provo, New York University,

Everett Allgood, New York University,

John Jung, University of Chicago Libraries,

Katia Strieck, University of Pennsylvania,

Nancy Lorimer, Stanford University,

Oddrun Ohren, National Library of Norway,

Osma Suominen, National Library of Finland,

Tiziana Possemato, @Cult-Casalini,