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The submission deadline has been EXTENDED TO 5 APRIL 2013 for papers,
project reports, and posters for DC-2013 in Lisbon.
Call for Papers: http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2013/cfp
Conference Website: http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2013
Conference Dates: 2-6 September 2013
The DC-2013 conference theme is "Linking to the Future":
"DC-2013 will explore questions regarding the persistence, maintenance, and
preservation of metadata and descriptive vocabularies. The need for stable
representations and descriptions spans all sectors including cultural
heritage and scientific data, eGovernment, finance and commerce. Thus, the
maintenance and management of metadata is essential to address the long
term availability of information of legal, cultural and economic value. On
the web, data -- and especially descriptive vocabularies -- can change or
vanish from one moment to the next. Nonetheless, the web increasingly forms
the ecosystem for our vocabularies and our data. DC-2013 will bring
together in Lisbon the community of metadata scholars and practitioners to
engage in the exchange of knowledge and best practices in developing a
sustainable metadata ecosystem."
Beyond the conference theme, DCMI welcomes submissions of papers, project
reports and posters addressing the broad array of topics impacting metadata
research, design, and practice in domain and cross-domain contexts. Such
contexts include, but are not limited to, corporations, cultural memory
institutions, education, government, scientific fields, recordkeeping,
preservation, curation, institutional repositories, and publishing.
DC-2013 in Lisbon will be collocated, and run simultaneously with,
iPRES-2013 offering delegates the opportunity to attend sessions of both
conferences and to build bridges between these synergistic groups.
"Linking to the Future" demands attention to preservation and linkages to
Program Committee Chairs:
Research Group Data and Web Science, University of Mannheim, Germany
Knowledge Intensive Systems and Services, Tudor Research Centre,