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Monday, May 10 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Workshop II (FULLY-BOOKED): Wikidata for Art Librarians

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This workshop presented will introduce participants to Wikidata with a special focus on representing art information as linked data. Wikidata is a free, open, and multilingual knowledge base that serves as the structured data for Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects. Art information professionals use Wikidata to visualize data about their collections, identify new research topics, understand historic trends, and enable worldwide access to their collections.

In this workshop intended for beginners, Wiki Education instructor Will Kent will address the fundamental concepts of Wikidata, how to start editing, and ways Wikidata can enhance the work of art libraries and other GLAM institutions (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums). Participants will also be introduced to Wiki Education’s training modules as well as other resources, useful tools, and opportunities to continue building their skills and collaborate with an active GLAM community on Wikidata.

Moderators: Megan Macken and Karly WIldenhaus

Speaker: Will Kent

CAP: 50 attendees
Cost $25

THIS WORKSHOP IS FULLY-BOOKED

Moderators
MM

Megan Macken

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Oklahoma State University
KW

Karly Wildenhaus

Metadata Lead, Frick Art Reference Library

Speakers
avatar for Will Kent

Will Kent

Wikidata Program Manager, Wiki Education


Monday May 10, 2021 2:30pm - 4:30pm EDT