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The ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries in 2018 (JCDL 2018) 
will be hosted by three units of the University of North Texas (UNT)  
the College of Information, the UNT Health Science Center, and the UNT 
Libraries. It will be held at the UNT Health Science Center in Fort 
Worth, the rustic and artistic threshold into the American West. Its 
co-organizer includes the School of Information Management at Wuhan 
University.

*Theme:*

 From Data to Wisdom: Resilient Integration across Societies, 
Disciplines, and Systems

*Communities Welcomed: *

JCDL welcomes interesting submissions ranging across theories, systems, 
services, and applications. We invite those managing, 
operating, developing, curating, evaluating, or utilizing digital 
libraries broadly defined, covering academic or public institutions, 
including archives, museums, and social networks. We seek involvement of 
those in iSchools, as well as working in computer or information or 
social sciences and technologies. Multiple tracks and sessions will 
ensure tailoring to researchers, practitioners, and diverse 
communities including data science/analytics, datacuration/stewardship, 
information retrieval, human-computer interaction,hypertext(and 
Web/network science), multimedia, publishing, preservation, digital 
humanities, machine learning/AI, heritage/culture, health/medicine, 
policy, law, and privacy/intellectual property.

*Additional Topics of Interest:*
In addition to the topics indicated above, the following are some of the 
many topics that will be considered relevant, as long as connections are 
made to digital libraries:

lCollaborative and participatory information environments

lCrowdsourcing and human computation

lCyberinfrastructurearchitectures, applications, and deployments

lDistributed information systems

lDocument genres

lExtracting semantics, entities, and patterns from large collections

lInformation and knowledge systems

lInformation visualization

lInfrastructure and service design

lKnowledge discovery

lLinked data and its applications

lPerformance evaluation

lPersonal digital information management

lScientific data management

lSocial media, architecture, and applications

lSocial networks, virtual organizations and networked information

lUser behavior and modeling

lUser communities and user research

*Important Dates:*

Jan. 15, 2018- Tutorial and workshop proposal submissions

Jan. 15, 2018- Full paper and short paper submissions

Jan. 29, 2018- Panel, poster and demonstration submissions

Feb. 1, 2018- Notification of acceptance for tutorials and workshops

Mar. 8, 2018- Notification of acceptance for full papers, short papers, 
panels, posters, and demonstrations

Mar. 25, 2018- Doctoral Consortium abstract submissions

Apr. 5, 2018- Notification of acceptance for Doctoral Consortium

Apr. 15, 2018- Final camera-ready deadline for full papers, short 
papers, panels, posters, and demonstrations

Jun. 3, 2018- Tutorials and Doctoral Consortium

Jun. 4  6, 2018- Main Conference

Jun. 6  7, 2018- Workshops


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