The Second International Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives & Museums Summit is made possible by generous support from the following sponsors. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, please see our sponsorship packages.


Hosting Sponsors

 


Linking Sponsors

METRO is a non-profit member services organization at the intersection of library and information science, knowledge management, and technology innovation.

 

 

Founded in 1967 and headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, OCLC is a nonprofit library service and research organization that provides computer-based cataloging, reference, resource sharing, eContent, preservation, library management and Web services to more than 72,000 libraries in 170 countries and territories. OCLC is at the forefront of linked data research and development in the library sector, helping connect researchers, students, businesses and partners to the rich bibliographic data represented in WorldCat and other library sources.  For more information, visit www.oclc.org.

 

 

 


Supporting Sponsors

DigitalNZ is an initiative led by the National Library of NZ to help people find share and use NZ digital material. Established in 2008 it has led the way in testing and developing new approaches for the aggregation and sharing of digital content. Initiatives have included the www.digitalnz.org website, a backbone data service with pointers to more than 25 million items, collaborative digitisation, advocacy for open licensing, and the founding of www.mixandmash.org.

 

 

Mendeley is a cross-platform research management tool that helps researchers manage their research collections, collaborate with colleagues, and discover new research.

 

 

Media Sponsors

SemanticWeb.com is the voice of Semantic Technology and Linked Data business. It is the leading source for news and information about Semantic Technologies and the people and companies working with them today. Industry news, case studies and practical applications, company and product announcements, job postings, opinion, webcasts, podcasts, and a community-run Q&A platform called “Answers” are all found at SemanticWeb.com.

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