Library 2.0 and beyond….
‘This is a blog about Library 2.0. Meaning: developments in new internet technologies that are of importance to libraries.’ That was the original introduction to this blog. In January 2015 I got rid of the “Library 2.0” buzzword and replaced it with “Data. The final frontier”. Because that’s exactly what it should be all about in libraries.
See also my first official post
Until August 1, 2021, I worked as Digital Infrastructure Coordinator at the Library of the University of Amsterdam. Before that I was Library Systems Coordinator (until early 2019), and before that (until April 2010) I was Head of the Library Systems Department. I was responsible for advancing the library data and information infrastructure and architecture.
I am currently available for infrastructure, data (linked and open) and digital heritage projects for LAM institutions.
I have been a member of the ELAG Annual Conference Programme Committee since 2012.
Between 2008 and 2016 I have held a number of positions in IGeLU, the International Group of Ex Libris Users.
From September 2015 until 2018 I was Deputy Coordinator of the IGeLU/ELUNA Interoperability Special Interest Working Group.
Between September 2012 and September 2013 I was acting as Coordinator of the Linked Open Data Special Interest Working Group of IGeLU/ELUNA.
Between September 2008 and September 2012 I have been a member of the IGeLU Steering Committee. From 2006 until 2008 I have been acting as Coordinator of the IGeLU MetaLib Product Working Group.
Personal website: http://lukaskoster.nl
All texts on this blog reflect my own personal opinions, not my employer’s official views!
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