We are seeking the submission of high-quality
and original research papers and posters that have not been previously
published and are not under review for any another conference
or journal. Submissions will be reviewed by a panel of experts
on the basis of the originality of the work, the validity of the
results, chosen methodology, writing quality and the overall contribution
to the field of digital libraries.
Contributions are invited for conference sessions,
tutorials, poster sessions and workshops.
Topics for contributions include (but are
not limited to)
Digital libraries development, architecture, and management.
Content management in DLs.
and retrieval for global access.
Multiliguality and interoperability issues.
Digital rights management.
Digital preservation and access management.
DL case studies.
KM and organizational repositories.
E-Learning and e-publishing
DL standards & policy
Open archive initiatives
Role of digital libraries in education,cultural, social and economic
ODOL (Open, distance and online learning)
Virtual support to distance learners Web based methodologies (web
2.0, wiki, etc.)
E-resources management for distance learners
Open educational resources
Papers must be written in English, conforming
to the submission
paper should contain abstracts with a list of about five keywords.
The paper should also mention the topic under which it falls from
the above list of topics.
Each paper will be reviewed by at least two
reviewers. Based on their recommendations, a decision will be
made regarding rejection or acceptance for paper presentation
or poster presentation. The conference proceedings proposed to
be distributed on the days of the conference will include full
papers (submitted for paper session) and abstracts (submitted
for poster presentation).
Best poster awards and best paper awards will also be conferred
on the authors . Some selected papers will be published in the
Submission of full papers 30 November 2009
Notification of acceptance of paper with comments 30
Submission of the final paper after incorporating comments
30 December 2009