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Subject:

CFP: JCDL 09 Workshop On Integrating Digital Library Content, with Computational Tools and Services

From:

Jodi Schneider <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 10 Apr 2009 11:17:54 -0400

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JCDL Workshop of possible interest:
Integrating Digital Library Content with Computational Tools and  
Services ( 6/19 in Austin).

Pardon the forward! -Jodi

Begin forwarded message:

> From: "J. Stephen Downie" <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: April 9, 2009 10:35:15 AM EDT
> To: undisclosed-recipients: ;
> Subject: [Asis-l] CFP: JCDL 09 Workshop On Integrating Digital  
> Library Content, with Computational Tools and Services
> Reply-To: [log in to unmask]
>
> Workshop On Integrating Digital Library Content
> with Computational Tools and Services
>
> A Full Day Workshop
>
> 19 June 2009
> ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2009)
> Austin, Texas, USA
>
> See http://www.music-ir.org/sgdl-workshop/sgdl-cfp.pdf for a more
> complete CFP.
>
> INTRODUCTION
> Over the past ten years, the development, deployment and use of “first
> generation” digital libraries (DL) have matured into a stable use
> paradigm: the browsing, searching and then retrieving of digital
> materials. With recent strides being made in the areas of data mining,
> high performance computing, semantic web, linked-data, and web- 
> services,
> etc. exciting new opportunities are arising to create “second  
> generation
> digital libraries” (SGDL) by extending the standard DL use paradigm to
> include the analysis of the retrieved materials in a tightly  
> integrated
> manner. It is the purpose of this workshop to bring together all
> those that are interested in creating SGDL systems by making this
> analytic extension to the DL use paradigm a reality.
>
> The workshop organizers are currently involved in several SGDL
> technology projects that deal with both humanities and scientific  
> data sets:
>
> 1. Networked Environment for Music Analysis
> (NEMA; http://nema.lis.uiuc.edu)
> 2. Metadata Data Offer New Knowledge (MONK; http://monkproject.org)
> 3. MyExperiment (http://myexperiment.org)
> 4. Networked Environmental Sonic-Toolkits for Exploratory Research
> (NESTER; http://nester.lis.uiuc.edu)
> 5. The Software Environment for the Advancement of Scholarly Research
> (SEASR; http://seasr.org) and its Meandre infrastructure system
> (http://seasr.org/meandre).
>
> In order to encourage the exchange of technologies, experiences and
> ideas, the workshop is soliciting participants drawn from the  
> following
> communities:
>
> 1.CONTENT SPECIALISTS
>
> a. Content Scholarship: Researchers, scholars and educators with
> interest in more fully engaging with and more fully exploiting the
> content of digital libraries and similar repositories of digital  
> materials
>
> b. Content Provision: Digital librarians, digital archivists and data
> curators, etc. who want to better serve their users by providing
> extended mechanisms by which uses can select, manipulate and then
> perform sophisticated analyses on the selected materials.
>
> 2. DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS
>
> a. Digital Library Development: Digital library software developers  
> and
> administrators, etc. who are engaged at the coding level with the
> creation, modification and/or administration of digital library and
> digital repository software.
>
> b. Tool and Service Development: Computer scientists, semantic
> web/linked-data experts, web-services developers, data mining
> researchers, computation musicologists, and digital humanists, etc.  
> who
> are developing analytic tools that should be better integrated into
> digital library and digital repository installations.
>
>
> 3. Call for Participation:
>
> We invite the participation of all interested parties. You may
> participate at one or more level(s):
>
> 1. Presenter
> 2. Panelist
> 3. General Participant Presentations and/or demonstrations are  
> solicited
> that cover such topics as:
>
> 1. Prototype or deployed systems that have SGDL capabilities
> 2. Prototype or deployed analytic toolkits that could play a role in
> creating SGDL systems
> 3. Use case scenarios based upon actual or intended SGDL capabilities
> 4. Intellectual property issues surrounding content accessibility and
> exploitation
> 5. Intellectual property issues surrounding the integration of foreign
> tools into extant DL systems
> (i.e., license incompatibilities).
> 6. Interface, security and user management issues
> 7. Computational infrastructure issues (i.e., providing compute cycles
> for the analyses and storage of results)
> 8. Standards, either extant or proposed, that can help generalize the
> integration process across unique collections and tools
>
>
> Formal papers are not required. However, we do want to have an  
> extended
> abstracts 2-4 pages (JCDL format) for the demos and presentations  
> along
> with appropriate presentation materials (copies of slides,
> charts, etc.) for inclusion in the workshop information package.
>
> Submission requirements:
>
> Whether you want to participate as a General Participant, Presenter
> and/or Panelist, we would like you to contact the Workshop Chair ASAP.
> We would like to have your name, background information, contact
> information, and the level at which wish to participate. For those
> wishing to present we would also appreciate brief abstract of your
> proposed lecture/demonstration along with any special equipment
> requirements. (NOTE: this does not constitute formal registration;  
> it is
> merely a means by which we can better plan the workshop).
>
> Submission Information:
>
> Send all expressions of interest, proposals, and questions, to the
> Workshop Chair (with the subject line: SGDL Workshop),
>
> J. Stephen Downie [[log in to unmask]].
>
> Deadlines:
>
> 10 May 2009 for submitting proposals for lectures and/or  
> demonstrations
>
> 10 June 2009 for submission of “camera ready” package materials.
>
> Contact information for Workshop Chair:
>
> Dr. J. Stephen Downie, Associate Professor
> Graduate School of Library and Information Science,
> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
> 501 East Daniel St., Champaign, IL,
> 61820-6212
> fax: (217) 244-3302
> Email: [log in to unmask]
>
> -- 
> **********************************************************
>    "Research funding makes the world a better place"
> **********************************************************
> J. Stephen Downie, PhD
> Associate Professor,
> Graduate School of Library and Information Science; and,
> Center Affiliate, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
> [Vox/Voicemail] (217) 649-3839
> NEMA Project Home: http://nema.lis.uiuc.edu
>
>
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