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DLF-ANNOUNCE  August 2004

DLF-ANNOUNCE August 2004

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Upcoming symposia and conferences

From:

David Seaman <[log in to unmask]>

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

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Thu, 26 Aug 2004 15:47:56 -0400

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A bumper crop of conference and symposia announcements to bring to your
attention.

David


1) Symposium on Open Access and Digital Preservation.  Emory Conference
Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. Saturday October 2, 2004

2) The American Museums Digital Imaging Survey Benchmarking Conference
Direct Digital Image Capture of Cultural Heritage in American
Institutions
September 21 - 22, 2004.  Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester,
New York.

3) Call For Speakers: AIMM 2005 Philadelphia Conference, May 17-19, 2005

4) The 2005 NFAIS Annual Conference, "Whose Mind is it Anyway?
Identifying and Meeting Diverse User Needs in the Ongoing Battle for
Mindshare." February 27 - March 1, 2005 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel,
Philadelphia, PA.

5) IS&T Archiving Conference 2005: April 26-29, 2005, Washington DC

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1) Symposium on Open Access and Digital Preservation
Emory Conference Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
Saturday October 2, 2004
http://www.metascholar.org/OADP-Symposium.html 

Much of the most innovative output of scholars is today at risk because
of commercial threats to public intellectual property rights.  In
addition, many institutions are now recognizing the fragility of their
infrastructures for long-term preservation of digital information. This
symposium will explore the opportunities for preserving long-term access
to scholarly information through the new model of Open Access
publications as well as organizational and technological innovations in
digital preservation.

Symposium Program

Keynote Speaker: David Seaman (Executive Director, Digital Library
Federation)

The program includes a series of panels by teams of experts that will
each address a broad topic related to the overall symposium themes. 

Panel 1: Legal, Economic and Social Aspects. Dr. Mark McCabe (Economist,
Georgia Tech), Dr. Dwayne Buttler (Endowed Chair for Scholarly
Communication, University of Louisville), TBA (ARL SPARC
representative). 

Panel 2: Technology of Open Access and Digital Preservation. Panelists:
Thomas Robertson (LOCKSS Project, Stanford University), Dr. John
Willinsky (Professor, Public Knowledge Project University of British
Columbia). 

Panel 3: Institutional Partnerships and Organizational Issues.
Panelists: Martin Halbert (Dir. for Library Systems, Emory University,
Tyler Walters (Asst. Dir.
for Systems and Special Collections, Georgia Tech), TBA (Library of
Congress NDIIP Program Representative). 

Panel 4: Open Access Scholarly Publishers. Panelists: Dr. Jeff Boatright
and Steven Cristol (Journal of Molecular Vision), Dr. Ken Carter and
Kitty McNeil (Journal of Cognitive Affective Learning), Dr. Allen Tullos
and Katherine Skinner (Southern Spaces). 

Location: Emory University Conference Center, Atlanta, GA. Registration
$85. The symposium will be held in the conference center amphitheater.
Coffee and registration will start at 8:30 AM. Symposium concludes at
5:00 PM. Continental breakfast, lunch buffet and all-day snack bar
provided in cost of registration.

Wireless access will be available in the symposium facilities.

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2) The American Museums Digital Imaging Survey Benchmarking Conference
Direct Digital Image Capture of Cultural Heritage in American
Institutions
September 21 - 22, 2004
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York with an optional
3rd day spent with RIT's Image Permanence Institute

For a preliminary program with registration information, please visit: 
http://www.cis.rit.edu/museumSurvey/conference .

Conference topics will include:
   - Benchmarking survey of digital imaging within cultural institutions
   - Case studies of 6 trailblazing museums and libraries
   - Digital imaging in conservation science
   - Evaluation of digital camera systems
   - Digital cameras: what's happening in the research labs?
   - Criteria for camera development
   - Metadata
   - The future of digital imaging in the cultural heritage arena

There will be project presentations, invited talks and panel
discussions.  An evening reception will take place at the
internationally renowned George Eastman House International Museum of
Photography.

This conference is part of the Direct Digital Image Capture of Cultural
Heritage Project sponsored by the Mellon Foundation. Principal
Investigators are Professors Roy Berns of the RIT Munsell Color Science
Laboratory and Franziska Frey of RIT's School of Print Media.

For more information, please contact:

Mitchell Rosen
Munsell Color Science Laboratory
Chester Carlson Center for Imaging Science Rochester Institute of
Technology
54 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY  14623-5604
Phone:  585-475-7691
FAX:    585-475-5988
email:  [log in to unmask]
http://www.cis.rit.edu/rosen

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3) Call For Speakers: AIMM 2005 Philadelphia Conference, May 17-19, 2005

The AIIM International Conference Team is looking for qualified speakers
to deliver presentations at the AIIM 2005 Conference. If you are an
end-user, an industry expert, a consultant or analyst on an industry
topic, a solution provider willing to present with a client, or any
combination of the above, we are interested in reviewing your
submission. 

The AIIM Conference & Exposition is the largest global IT event
connecting users, channels, and suppliers of enterprise content
management solutions. The 2005 Conference will feature 6 tracks as
follows: 

1 - Information Compliance (ERM, Legal, Regulatory) 
2 - Storage, Preservation and Security 
3 - Document and Data Capture (Imaging, Scanning, Forms) 
4 - Content Management and eBusiness 
5 - Business Process Management 
6 - Hot Topics / Cool Technologies 

All submissions must be received electronically via our on-line form
located at http://www.aiim.org/sb_speaker.asp. 

For your submission to be considered, it MUST be received by September
17, 2004. Should you have any questions regarding the event or the
application form, please contact Stacey Kocan-McCormick at
[log in to unmask] or 301-755-2686. 

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4) The 2005 NFAIS Annual Conference, "Whose Mind is it Anyway?
Identifying and Meeting Diverse User Needs in the Ongoing Battle for
Mindshare," is scheduled for February 27 - March 1, 2005 at the
Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Philadelphia, PA.
 
If you are an information provider seeking to expand mindshare within a
given user group or across user groups, or an information professional
seeking to more effectively meet the needs of your clientele, this is
one conference you will not want to miss!  Building upon the theme of
the highly successful 2004 NFAIS conference, the three day meeting will
examine the differences and commonalities in the search and retrieval
requirements of information professionals/librarians and desktop
searchers.  It will not only look at how those diverse requirements
impact the use, perception and purchase of traditional information
products and services across market sectors and subject disciplines, but
also how traditional information providers - publishers, libraries,
database producers and technology companies -  can fulfill the needs and
expectations of the expanding universe of desktop searchers through a
more seamless integration into the user's daily workflow process.

The program is being finalized, and a press release describing the
conference, along with registration, hotel, and local information can be
accessed here: <http://www.nfais.org/press/2005_ANCO_theme_announce.htm>

Keep informed by visiting the NFAIS Web Site <http://www.nfais.org> for
new developments with regard to the 2005 Annual Conference or contact
Jill O'Neill, NFAIS Director of Communication and Planning, at
[log in to unmask] or (215)-893-1561.

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5) IS&T Archiving Conference 2005: April 26-29, 2005, Washington DC

This conference brings together technical experts to discuss the complex
and widely varying topics on archiving. Techniques for creating,
preserving, cataloging, indexing and retrieving images and documents in
both digital and human readable formats are subjects that will be
covered in detail. Our goal is to benchmark systems that might be in
place to preserve our digital and hardcopy information for the future,
as well as to identify those areas where systems and technology are not
yet up to the task, and further research is of high priority. Of
particular interest are digital and hardcopy preservation strategies,
issues of format obsolescence, and storage media technology.

The Archiving Conference 2005 will include: invited presentations by
recognized experts with extensive experience in this field, refereed
papers, and a series of tutorials to cover the
technical basics of archiving. Special keynote presentations are also
planned.

Proposed Program Topics

Archiving Digital Media
.. Software and hardware obsolescence
.. Permanence and stability
.. Storage requirements
.. Format options

Case Studies
.. Digital archives
.. Museum collections
.. Libaries
.. Film archives
.. Photographic collections
.. Medical records
.. Personal digital archives

Personal Photo Archives
.. Saving pictures for a lifetime
.. Indexing and organizing
.. Digital versus paper

Strategies and Practices
.. Preservation and migration
.. Access and copyright
.. Digital vs. conventional

Digital Image Archiving
.. Standards for formats, color and compression
.. JPEG 2000 & MPEG
.. Scanning and image capture
.. Image quality
.. Indexing and metadata
.. OCR & doument processing

Electronic Archiving
.. Indexing, search and retrieval
.. Metadata standards
.. Components and architecture
.. Content and digital asset management
.. Digital rights management
.. Records management
.. PDF/A

Archiving Conventional Media
.. Paper and ink properties
.. Permanence and stability
.. Storage requirements
.. Indexing, search and retrieval
.. Photographic archives
.. Media including micro-formats

Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers for
presentation in any of the technical areas listed in the "proposed
program topics" section above. 

For more information, see 
http://www.imaging.org/conferences/archiving2005/

If you wish to submit a paper, please use the web-based form and process
described on the IS&T website at the following address:
http://www.imaging.org/conferences/archiving2005/authors.cfm

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