January 8 Open Teleconference: CP/LD (Content Profile/Linked Document) Standard

Open Teleconference

The first NISO open teleconference of 2024, to be held Monday, January 8 at 11 am Eastern, will provide an overview and discussion on NISO's newest standard, ANSI/NISO Z39.105-2023, Content Profile/Linked Document (CP/LD), which enables portions of content, data, semantics, and other resources from separate sources to be combined into a single, standards-based format optimized for interchange, search, and display. 

CP/LD Working Group co-chairs Suzanne BeDell and Bill Kasdorf and member Rinke Hoekstra will join NISO Associate Executive Director Nettie Lagace to talk about how the new standard will address issues in information delivery and improve user access to published material by enabling them to engage with a specific portion of content at the appropriate time in the research lifecycle. CP/LD provides flexible instructions for linking and combining academic, research, and professional content, data, and semantics in a single package. It defines a machine-readable, self-describing, standards-based markup format that can be used to exchange data between systems, APIs, and services.

Event Sessions


The recording is now available:

Audio Recording, January 8, 2024 Open Teleconference, Content Profile/Linked Document (CP/LD)