Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 1st St, SE, Washington, DC 20540 (Note: this is a different building from the one we were in for the Oct 2018 meeting)
Room LJ-119 and six breakout rooms (First floor) 
Entrance instructionsThe building opens at 8:30 am. At the Jefferson Building, 10 First Street, SE, Washington, DC 20540, enter underneath the grand exterior staircase, at the driveway/ground level, through the center doors (photo). You will go through airport-like security (shoes kept on). Signs directing you to Room LJ-119 will be located past the security screening.
MapsStreet map of LC buildings
Jefferson building first floor
Nearest metroCapitol South (Library of Congress visitor directions page)
Slack channelld4p-cohort-meeting in ld4 Slack workspace
Meeting notesGoogle doc for meeting notes
Remote attendancehttps://stanford.zoom.us/j/638852368, audio only (see breakout sessions for additional Zoom links), only the breakouts will be recorded

Pre-Meeting Work and Background Reading

LD4P2 Cohort: Year 1 Project Status

Goals for In-Person Meeting

  • Prioritize work items for next phase
  • Ensure cohort has needed support
  • Review shared expectations
  • Share tips and challenges
  • Refine communication and collaboration going forward

Agenda:  Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Room capacity: LJ-119 (96 people); Breakout rooms: LJ-113 (24 people, ConferenceCam A/V unit), LJ-110, 110A, 111, 111B, 112 (10 people each ; breakout rooms have flipcharts but no projection)



8:30 - 9:00 amCoffee, technology set-up
9:00 - 9:45 amWelcome/Intro
Facilitator: Michelle Futornick
  • overview of the day
  • introductions
  • PCC Goals and Roles (Jennifer Baxmeyer, Xiaoli Li)
  • Wikidata status (Wikidata breakout sessions below) (Hilary Thorsen)
  • drafting a Code of Conduct
  • more intro (Philip Schreur)

9:45 - 10:30 am

Facilitators: Huda Khan, Astrid Usong


  • Affinity Group update
  • LD4P work on discovery in Blacklight
  • Cohort data as part of discovery efforts
10:35 - 10:50 amBreak
10:55 - 11:45 am

SHARE-VDE Technical Aspects
Facilitators: Tiziana Possemato and Michele Casalini

  • Sinopia and SHARE-VDE interaction
  • Possible use of Sinopia architecture for the SHARE-VDE CKB Editor
11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Facilitators: Michelle Futornick, Jeremy Nelson

  • What's done, what's not done
  • Training (incl PCC Standing Committee on Training update re Sinopia)
12:15 - 1:15 pmLunch on your own. Eating options near LC
1:15 - 2:00 pm

Facilitator: Beth Picknally Camden

2:00 - 2:15 pmFinalize breakouts and room assignments depending on how many people per breakout, and move to breakout rooms, each breakout needs a notetaker and a Zoom-er, update this page and Slack with new breakouts and room assignments; get your coffee now (it will be removed at 3 pm)
2:15 - 3:15 pm

Profiles (LJ-119 main room)
Facilitator: Nancy Lorimer, Paloma Graciani
Meeting notes
Zoom: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/638852368

  • What happens after Profiles Working Group is done? Possible troubleshooting session where people bring profiles questions. Can LD4P profile work converging with DCMI W3C profile work? Add your questions in advance to this Google doc 
Wikidata breakout 1 (LJ-113)
Facilitator: Hilary Thorsen
Meeting notes
Zoom: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/578253206
SHARE-VDE Working Group Updates(LJ110)
Facilitator: Anna Lionetti and Jacquie Samples
Meeting notes
Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/822438915 
  • SHARE-VDE Transformation Council Working Groups Jacquie Samples
    • SVDE-TC Work Identification working group (WIDWG) Ian Bigelow
    • SVDE-TC Authority/Identifier Management Services working group (AIMS WG) Martin Knott
    • SVDE-TC Cluster Knowledge Base Interaction/Editor working group (CKBE WG) Martin Knott
    • SVDE-TC User Experience / User Interface working group Tiziana Possemato and Michele Casalini
  • Transformation results; questions and challenges

Data Code of Conduct (LJ 112)
Zoom: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/425490047
Meeting notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1chdqTkeq8X6fvyaSo_3wu-7NacrT--FiKqw9KgTUhbg/

3:15 - 3:30 pmBreak
3:30 - 4:30 pm

Authority workflows including QA (LJ-119 main room)
Facilitators: Steven Folsom, Dave Eichmann, Lynette Rayle
Meeting notes
Zoom: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/638852368

  • What’s working and what’s not? Prioritization of new requests. QA team would like input on vocabs requested; what to do with vocabs not available as linked data; what datasets aren’t appropriate for QA? Review the SVDE entity types and data model that QA should provide lookups for and what context should be provided. Workflows w/ real-time access to datasets, creating entities as part of cataloging workflow, e.g., Wikidata


Wikidata breakout 2 (LJ-113)
Facilitator: Hilary Thorsen
Meeting notes
Zoom: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/578253206

Non-Latin Script Affinity Group (LJ-110)
Facilitators: Larisa Walsh, Xiaoli Li 
Meeting notes
Remote login: http://login.icohere.com/PCC?pnum=YMO65905

Rare Materials Affinity Group (LJ111)
Facilitators: Audrey Pearson, Brittney Washington
Meeting notes
Zoom: https://yalelibrary.zoom.us/j/556923348
Serials Affinity Group launch (LJ112)
Facilitator: Nancy Fallgren
Meeting notes
Zoom: need volunteer to set up a Zoom
4:30 - 4:45 pmReturn from breakouts
4:45 - 5:15 pm


  • Report back from breakout sessions
  • Next steps
  • Communication channels
  • Grant logistics and next meeting



University of AlbertaIan Bigelow, Abigail Sparling
University of Colorado, BoulderPaul Moeller
University of Chicago

Larisa Walsh

Duke UniversityJacquie Samples
Frick Art Reference LibraryMark Bresnan, Mary Seem
Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin

Paloma Graciani, Brittney Washington

University of MichiganMartin Knott
University of Minnesota

Kristi Berglandkalan Knudson Davis, Cecilia Genereux

National Library of Medicine

Diane Boehr, Nancy Fallgren, Tina Shrader

Northwestern UniversityPaul Burley
University of PennsylvaniaBeth Picknally Camden, Jackie Parascandola
Princeton UniversityMinjie Chen
Texas A&M UniversityAmanda Ros
University of California, DavisJared Campbell
University of California, San DiegoAislinn Sotelo
University of WashingtonTheo Gerontakos
Yale UniversityAudrey Pearson
Cornell University

Steven Folsom, Huda Khan, Jason Kovari, Lynette Rayle

Harvard University

Christine Eslao, Linda Isaac, Marc McGee, Honor Moody, Chew Chiat Naun, Scott Wicks

University of Iowa, School of Library and Information ScienceDave Eichmann

Jennifer Baxmeyer, Xiaoli Li

Stanford University

Michelle Futornick, Joshua Greben, Nancy Lorimer, Jeremy Nelson, Philip Schreur, Hilary Thorsen, Astrid Usong

Library of CongressJacqueline Brellenthin, Judith Cannan, Kevin Ford, Paul Frank, Les Hawkins, Kirk Hess, Sally McCallum, Matt Miller, Veronica Ranieri, Manon Theroux, Qi Tong, Nate Trail, Beacher Wiggins, Jodi Williamschen, Jessica Zieman
Casalini Libri, @Cult 

Michele Casalini, Anna Lionetti, Tiziana Possemato

Some attendees need to leave early (3:30 pm ish): Kristi and Cecilia (Minnesota); Michele and Tiziana (Casalini) at 2:45 pm

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