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Authoritative data is not static - datasets change with new contributions and re-clustering, resulting in new identifier relationships. We will describe the challenges this presents with accessing, processing, and syncing our metadata with a massive, complex linked dataset. We will talk about our technical approach to navigating an ecosystem of identifiers and mitigating cached identifier drift between systems as authority data shifts. We aim to spark conversation about data accessibility and the relationships between local, consortial, and authoritative metadata as the library community moves beyond “Hello, world” linked data examples to integrating this data at scale into existing systems.
== Your Chocolate is in My Peanut Butter!Mixing up Content and Presentation Layers to Build Smarter Books in Browsers with RDFa, Schema.org, and Linked Data Topics ==
* Jason A. Clark