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== Consuming Big Linked Open Data in Practice: Authority Shifts and Identifier Drift ==
* Kathryn Stine, firstname.lastname@example.org, UC Berkeley* Stephanie Collett, email@example.com, California Digital Library, UC
Increasingly, authoritative datasets of interest to libraries (subjects, names, classifications, etc.) are are available in bulk, exposed as linked open data. Unfettered access can allow libraries to aggregate, connect, and augment data in new ways that will benefit users. This talk will describe our exploratory experience integrating bulk data from the Virtual International Authority File (VIAF) into HathiTrust metadata to improve discovery and collection management.