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DLF-ANNOUNCE  December 2004

DLF-ANNOUNCE December 2004

Subject:

Joint ACM/IEEE Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2005 Call for Papers

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David Seaman <[log in to unmask]>

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DLF Digital Library Announcements <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 15 Dec 2004 14:56:58 -0500

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Please find below the announcement for the 2005 JCDL conference.  The theme this time is cyberinfrastructure, a term of some deliberate and useful woolliness popularized in the very influential 2003 NSF Blue Ribbon Panel chaired by Dan Atkins -- http://www.communitytechnology.org/nsf_ci_report/ -- and now taken up for the Humanities by the ACLS, under the chairmanship of John Unsworth -- http://www.acls.org/cyberinfrastructure/cyber.htm.  

Attendees of the most recent DLF Forum (Baltimore, October 2004) will have seen John as our keynote speaker, and may well have attended the following panel discussion on this important issue [powerpoint presentations available at http://www.diglib.org/forums/fall2004/fallforum04.htm].

This looks like a particularly rich and thought-provoking conference for us, with a good attendance of non-US participants likely (based on previous meetings).

Best, 

David


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CALL FOR PAPERS: JCDL 2005
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Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2005
Digital Libraries: Cyberinfrastructure for Research and Education
June 7-11, 2005, Denver, Colorado, USA
http://www.jcdl2005.org/ 


IMPORTANT DATES
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January 27, 2005: Full articles, panel, and tutorial proposals due

February 10, 2005: Short articles, posters, demonstrations, and proposals for workshops due

April 5, 2005:  Revision deadline for accepted articles and abstracts


ABOUT JCDL
------------------------------
The Joint Conference on Digital Libraries is a major international forum focusing on digital libraries and associated technical, practical, 
and social issues. We welcome researchers and practitioners with broad and diverse interests including: technical advances, usage and impact studies, policy analyses, social and institutional implications, theoretical contributions, interaction and design advances, and innovative applications in the sciences, humanities, and education. Participation is sought from all parts of the world and from the full range of disciplines and professions involved in digital library research and practice, including computer science, information science, librarianship, archival science and practice, museum studies and practice, technology, medicine, social sciences, and humanities. All domains - academe, government, industry, and others - are encouraged to participate as presenters or attendees.


CONFERENCE THEME: CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

------------------------------

The theme of JCDL 2005 highlights the powerful role of digital libraries as cyberinfrastructure. This cyberinfrastructure has the potential to engender the creation of new tools, research methodologies, and processes that will enable scientists and learners to investigate the natural world, the social world, and the human-built environment in new and previously unimaginable ways. As global interests in computation, information management, networking, and intelligent sensing converge, the conduct of research and education will be transformed. In addition to the digital library research topics listed above, JCDL 2005 encourages submission of technical articles that illustrate digital libraries as cyberinfrastructure. Examples include (but are not limited to): digital libraries and grid computing; service oriented architectures; case studies illustrating how digital library services can transform the conduct of research or education; the design and development of distributed library services; digital library research for enhancing e-learning and education; and digital library research for enhancing e-science.

FULL AND SHORT ARTICLE SUBMISSION
------------------------------
Full and short articles will be included in the conference proceedings and will be presented at the conference. Articles must be in English with a limit of 10 pages (approximately 5000 words) for full articles and 2 pages for short articles. All articles must be original contributions (i.e., not have been previously published or currently under review for publication elsewhere). All contributions are to be submitted in electronic form via the JCDL conference web site, following ACM format guidelines and using the template provided (http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html). 
Articles that exceed the page limitations or do not conform to the formatting guidelines will not be considered for review. Preferred submission formats are PDF or Microsoft Word. The conference will award the Vannevar Bush Award to the best full article.

PANELS
------------------------------
Successful panel proposals should involve a controversial or emerging topic, and articulate and entertaining panelists. Panel proposals must consist of a title, a 1-page extended abstract explaining the topic and goals of the session, along with a list of titles of individual panelist presentations and/or viewpoints plus contact information for the organizer, moderator, 
and panelists. All contributions are to be submitted in electronic form via the JCDL conference web site. Panel abstracts will appear in the conference proceedings and should follow ACM format guidelines and use the template provided (http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html). 

Submitters are encouraged to contact the Panel Co-Chairs for advice and guidance when planning your panel submission.

Panel Co-Chairs:

Liz Bishoff, [log in to unmask], OCLC, Inc.
Dave Fulker, [log in to unmask], National Science Digital Library, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

POSTERS AND DEMONSTRATIONS
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Posters and demonstrations provide opportunities to present work-in-progress, late-breaking results, or other efforts that would benefit from discussion with the community. Posters permit presentation of results in an informal, interactive manner. Accepted posters will be displayed at the conference during the evening Poster Session and may include additional 
materials, space permitting. Demonstrations will allow attendees to have first-hand views of innovative digital library technologies and applications and to talk informally with system developers and researchers.

Poster and demonstration proposals should consist of a title, a 1-page extended abstract, and contact information for the authors. All contributions are to be submitted in electronic form via the JCDL conference web site. Abstracts of posters and demonstrations will appear in the conference proceedings and should follow ACM format guidelines and use the template provided (http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html).

Poster and Demonstration Co-Chairs:

Diane Kelly, [log in to unmask], University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Michael Khoo, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research


TUTORIALS
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Tutorials are intended to present a single topic in detail over either a half-day or a full day. Tutorial proposals should include: a tutorial title and a one-page extended abstract to be used in the conference program (explaining the topic and goals of the session, along with the titles and background of the tutorial presenters). Additionally, tutorial proposals should include a description or topical outline of the tutorial (1-2 paragraphs, to be used for review evaluation); duration (half- or full-day); expected number of participants; target audience, including level of experience (introductory, intermediate, advanced); learning objectives; a brief biographical sketch of the presenter(s) and their qualifications to teach the tutorial; and contact information for the presenter(s). 
Finally, if a tutorial has been held previously at JCDL or some other venue, information about the earlier sessions should be provided -- dates, locations, outcomes, attendance, etc. Tutorial proposals should be emailed directly to the tutorial Co-Chairs. Submitters are encouraged to contact the Tutorial Co-Chairs for advice and guidance when planning your submission.

Tutorial Co-Chairs:
Gary Marchionini, [log in to unmask], University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Michael L. Nelson, [log in to unmask], Old Dominion University


WORKSHOPS
------------------------------

Workshops are intended to draw together communities of interest in a new or emerging issue and provide a forum for discussion and exploration. Workshops differ from tutorials in that the main aim is to encourage information sharing and discussion amongst the participants, rather than the presentation of information by the organizers. Workshop proposals should include: a title and a one-page extended abstract to be used in the conference program (explaining the topic and goals of the workshop). 
Additionally, submissions should include: a statement of objectives for the workshop; a topical outline for the workshop; identification of the expected audience; a description of the planned format, duration (half- or full-day), expected number of attendees, and contact and biographical information about the organizers. Furthermore, submissions should discuss plans for promoting the workshop (how attendees will be identified and notified of the workshop) and plans for selecting workshop applicants. For example, many workshops convene a small program committee to review position statements and 
select attendees as a result of this process. Workshop proposals should be emailed directly to the Workshop Co-Chairs. Submitters are encouraged to contact the Workshop Co-Chairs for advice and guidance when planning your submission.

Workshop Co-Chairs:
Mike Wright, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
David Yaron, [log in to unmask], Carnegie Mellon University


CONFERENCE LOCATION
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JCDL 2005 will be held in Denver, Colorado on June 7-11, 2005. Denver is located a mile above sea level at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Its mild, dry climate, with 300 days of sunshine makes for pleasant summer evenings at the many outdoor athletic and music venues in the Denver area. JCDL 2005 will be held at the Denver Marriott City Center hotel, located in downtown 
Denver.  This bustling downtown area includes a pedestrian mall with easy access to shopping and dining. Cultural attractions include art, history and science museums, and a little-known claim to fame as the beer brewing capital of the U.S.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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General Chair
- Mary Marlino, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)

Program Co-Chairs
- Tamara Sumner, [log in to unmask], University of Colorado at Boulder
- Frank Shipman, [log in to unmask], Texas A & M University

Treasurer
- Susan Jesuroga, [log in to unmask], National Science Digital Library, UCAR

Registration Chair
- Karon Kelly, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, UCAR

Local Arrangements Chair
- Holly Devaul, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, UCAR

Publicity Co-Chairs
- Sarah Giersch, [log in to unmask], Association of Research Libraries
- Susan Van Gundy, [log in to unmask], National Science Digital Library, UCAR
- Ingeborg Solvberg, [log in to unmask], Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Workshop Co-Chairs
- Mike Wright, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, UCAR
- David Yaron, [log in to unmask], Carnegie Mellon University

Panel Co-Chairs
- Liz Bishoff, [log in to unmask], OCLC, Inc.
- Dave Fulker, [log in to unmask], National Science Digital Library, UCAR

Tutorial Co-Chairs
- Gary Marchionini, [log in to unmask], University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Michael L. Nelson, [log in to unmask], Old Dominion University

Posters and Demos Co-Chairs
- Diane Kelly, [log in to unmask], University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Michael Khoo, [log in to unmask], DLESE Program Center, UCAR

Sponsorship Chair
- Kaye Howe, [log in to unmask], National Science Digital Library, UCAR

Student Volunteer Coordinators
- Faisal Ahmad, [log in to unmask], University of Colorado at Boulder
- Qianyi Gu, [log in to unmask], University of Colorado at Boulder


CONFERENCE SPONSORS
------------------------------
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR)
- Special Interest Group on Hypertext, Hypermedia, and the Web (ACM SIGWEB) and
- IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Digital Libraries (TCDL)

In cooperation with:
- The American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T)
- Coalition for Networked Information
- DELOS Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries

CONFERENCE HOSTS
------------------------------
- The Digital Library for Earth System Education Program Center, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
- The National Science Digital Library, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
- Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado at Boulder
- Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Colorado at Boulder


PROGRAM COMMITTEE
------------------------------
Tamara Sumner, University of Colorado at Boulder
Frank Shipman, Texas A&M University
Ghaleb M. Abdulla, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Robert B. Allen, College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University
William Arms, Cornell University
Thomas Baker, Fraunhofer Society, Germany
Lecia Barker, University of Colorado at Boulder
Ann Blandford, University College London, UK
José Borbinha, National Library of Portugal
Christine Borgman, University of California, Los Angeles
Beth Davis-Brown, The Library of Congress
Nadia Caidi, University of Toronto, Canada
Lillian N. (Boots) Cassel, Villanova University
Donatella Castelli, International Software Technologies Inc. (ISTI), Italy
Ching-chih Chen, Simmons College
Hsinchun Chen, University of Arizona
Michael Christel, Carnegie Mellon University
Sally Jo Cunningham, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Tim DiLauro, Johns Hopkins University
Schubert Foo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Edward Fox, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Amy Friedlander, Library of Congress
Norbert Fuhr, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Richard Furuta, Texas A&M University
Geri Gay, Cornell University
Lee Giles, Pennsylvania State University
Gene Golovchinsky, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
Jane Greenberg, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Kenneth Hamma, J Paul Getty Center
Geneva Henry, Rice University
Lee Iverson, Department of ECE, University of British Columbia, Canada
Greg Janée, University of California, Santa Barbara
Min-Yen Kan, Department of Computer Science, National University of Singapore
Traugott Koch, Lund University Libraries, Sweden
Carl Lagoze, Cornell Information Science, Cornell University
Ray R. Larson, University of California, Berkeley
John Leggett, Texas A&M University
Ee-Peng Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Joan K. Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
Cliff McKnight, Loughborough University, UK
Cathy Marshall, Microsoft Corporation
James H. Martin, University of Colorado at Boulder
Reagan Moore, San Diego Supercomputing Center
Adrienne Muir, Loughborough University, UK
Sung Hyon Myaeng, Information & Communications University (ICU), Korea
Erich Neuhold, Fraunhofer-IPSI, Germany
Dragomir Radev, University of Michigan
Edie Rasmussen, University of British Columbia, Canada
Andreas Rauber, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Joyce Ray, Institute of Museum and Library Services
Mimi Recker, Utah State University
J. Alfredo Sanchez, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Mexico
Wesley Shumar, Drexel University
Lisa Spiro, Rice University
Shigeo Sugimoto, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Josie Taylor, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, UK
Constantino Thanos, International Software Technologies Inc. (ISTI), Italy
Tony Tse, Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, National Library of Medicine
Herbert van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Rebecca Wesley, Stanford University
Ian H. Witten, University of Waikato, New Zealand

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