09:30-10:00 Coffee and Registration
10:00-10:20 Opener by Kai-Christian Bruhn (mainzed, University of Applied Sciences Mainz)
10:20-11:20 Keynote by Barbara Fischer (German National Library)
11:20-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-13:30 Themed Session A: Linked People
Speaker: Karl Grossner (Pelagios Commons)
Chair: Nicole Coleman (Stanford University Digital Humanities)
LOD facilitators and multiplicators both contribute to the visibility and acceptance of Linked Data. The session provides the opportunity to discuss how can both profit from each other in order to strengthen the role of LOD in historical research.
14:30-16:30 Themed Session B: Linked Institutions
Speaker: Susan Brown (University of Guelph, College of Arts)
Chair: Gimena del Rio Riande (Universidad de Buenos Aires, CONICET – National Scientific and Technical Research Council)
A growing number of institutions already offer or are preparing to publish LOD resources. Join us in a discussion of roles and models of interacting in a national and international perspective as well as in relation to individuals and sectors.
16:30-18:30 Session C: Poster Session
Chair: Wolfgang Breul (Ecclestical History, Johannes Gutenberg-University)
Posters are an important part of Linked Pasts IV as they provide the opportunity for all participants to showcase projects and organizations they are involved with. A total number of 22 posters have been accepted for the poster session. A one-minute pitch on every poster will initiate the session. Apart from this dedicated session the posters will be on display for the duration of the symposium in the same location as the plenary meetings.
Additional information on the poster session.
19:30-22:00 Fingerfood and wine at the Museum für Antike Schiffahrt