Welcome to the website of Linked Data for Production (LD4P). With support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, six partners (Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Library of Congress, Princeton, and Stanford University) are piloting the transition of technical services workflows to a linked data environment. Over a two-year period, the partners will focus on developing the ability to produce metadata as linked open data communally, extending the BIBFRAME ontology to encompass the many resource formats managed by libraries, and engaging the broader library community to ensure a sustainable and extensible environment.

Here is the latest news from LD4P. What we're working on now. What's coming next. This will be compiled from the partners' individual updates.






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Registry of Tools

LD4P partners

Columbia University ArtFrame | Columbia Art Properties

Cornell University Rare Materials Ontology | Cornell Hip Hop Archive

Harvard University Cartographic Extension | Harvard Geospatial Data | Harvard Film Archive | Moving Image Extension

Library of Congress Library of Congress BIBFRAME

Princeton University Princeton Derrida Archive

Stanford University Performed Music Ontology | Stanford Workflows

Directory of all team members


Press release http://library.stanford.edu/news/2016/04/stanford-libraries-leads-collaborative-grant

Stanford Libraries leads collaborative grant to leverage linked data for enhanced access to information -April 2016

Presentations and Publications

Linked Data for Production Report, April 2016 (First All-Hands Meeting)

LD4P Grant Proposal