ICADL 2008 : The 11th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries
Call For Papers
Call for Papers
The 11th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL 2008) Bali, Indonesia
December 2-5, 2008
The conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the series of LNCS. See the LNCS Authors Instructions page (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
The length of each submitted paper should not longer than 10 pages.
The submitted papers must not be published or under consideration to be published elsewhere.
The annual International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL) series is a significant forum for digital libraries research, providing an opportunity for researchers, educators, and practitioners to share their experiences.
The International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries (ICADL), initiated in 1998 and rotated among Asian-Pacific countries, has become one of the premiere meetings in digital library. Since its humble beginning in Hong Kong (ICADL 1998), the meeting has been held in Taipei, Taiwan (ICADL 1999); Seoul, Korea (ICADL 2000); Bangalore, India (ICADL 2001); Singapore (ICADL 2002); Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (ICADL 2003); Shanghai, China (ICADL 2004); Bangkok, Thailand (ICADL 2005); Kyoto, Japan (ICADL 2006); and Hanoi, Vietnam (ICADL 2007).
ICADL welcomes submissions from a variety of perspectives?previous conferences in this series have included presentations from computer science, library and information science, knowledge management, and areas in the social sciences and humanities. We particularly welcome submissions associated with the ICADL 2008 theme, Digital Libraries: Universal and Ubiquitous Access to Information. With this theme, the digital libraries community can reflect on its progress towards supporting people in finding and using the information that they need.
ICADL 2008 will be held in Bali Island ? Indonesia, a world renowned travel destination with exotic nature and exquisite culture.
Bali has been in many of Conde Nast Traveller?s lists of tourist destinations over the years. It specifically mentions on its website that Bali ?offers an extraordinary caliber of luxury accommodation?
Submissions may include research, system evaluation, digital library infrastructure and architecture, case studies, social and institutional policy issues, and position papers. Topics include, but are not limited to :
Digital preservation and archives
Content and knowledge management
Information seeking and use
Data and information mining
Collection development and management
Interface and interaction design
Security and privacy
Multimedia digital libraries
Digital libraries in education
Document genres and categorization
Social media / Web 2.0
Metadata and cataloguing
Sustainability in digital libraries
Open Source tools and systems
Important Dates :
Submission of Full Papers : 22 June 2008 Notification to Authors : 22 August 2008 Submission of Final Copy : 12 September 2008
Contact: Kalarensi Naibaho,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, (or email@example.com)
General Chair :
Zainal Hasibuan (University of Indonesia, Indonesia)
Vice Chair :
Liauw Toong Tjiek/Aditya Nugraha (Petra Christian University, Indonesia)
Program Co-Chairs :
Sally Jo Cunningham (University of Waikato, New Zealand) Rolly Intan (Petra Christian University, Indonesia) George Buchanan (Swansea University, UK) Edna Reid (Clarion University, USA)
Tutorial Chairs :
Mohammad Aries (University of Indonesia, Indonesia) Publication Co-Chairs :
Rolly Intan (Petra Christian University, Indonesia) Publicity Co-Chairs :
Henny Widyaningsih (University of Indonesia, Indonesia) Anita Nusantari (Petra Christian University, Indonesia) Local Arrangement Chair :
Kalarensi Naibaho (University of Indonesia, Indonesia) Adi Wibowo (Petra Christian University, Indonesia)