Hello Code4Lib list members --

We've just published the Call for Proposals for the 2019 IIIF Annual
Please see all the details below, and share with any colleagues who might
be interested.

The 2019 IIIF Annual Conference will be held in Göttingen, Germany between
the 24th to 28th of June. The conference is hosted by the University of
Göttingen / Göttingen State and University Library. The outline for the
conference is below:

Monday June 24th - IIIF Showcase
Tuesday June 25th - Workshops and working meetings
Wednesday June 26th - IIIF Conference plenary
Thursday June 27th and Friday AM June 28th  - IIIF Conference parallel

Further details on the conference can be found at:

The Göttingen Planning committee are looking for proposals for talks in the
following forms:

   - Up to a ½ day workshop
   - 7 to 10 minute lightning talks
   - 20 minute presentations (plus 10 mins questions)
   - 90 minute open block (Could be panel session or grouped presentations)

Please submit an abstract of no longer than 500 words for your presentation
or discussion by Friday the 1st of March using the conference tool:

Final versions of the accepted abstracts will be made available on the
conference website and presentations are to be uploaded to google drive.

We encourage showcasing developments in IIIF and in particular would
welcome presentations in the following areas:

   - Annotation, including full-text or academic use cases
   - Using IIIF material for Machine Learning and AI
   - Discovering IIIF resources
   - Audio/Visual use cases for IIIF
   - Linked Open “Usable” Data (LOUD) and IIIF
   - IIIF Implementation Spectrum: large-scale or small-scale projects
   - Interoperability in IIIF contexts
   - Implementations of IIIF outside of North America/Europe
   - IIIF communities (3D, archives, museums, manuscripts, newspapers, etc.)

If you have any questions please contact the Göttingen Program Committee
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Thank you!

- IIIF 2019 Conference program committee:
Ben Albritton (Stanford University)
Glen Robson (IIIF-C)
Jack Reed (Stanford University)
Jeff Mixter (OCLC Research)
Josh Hadro (IIIF-C)
Julien A. Raemy (HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Haute
école de gestion de Genève)
Nuno Freire (Europeana)
Rachel Di Cresce (University of Toronto)
Rashmi Singhal (Harvard University)
Rebecca Hirsch (Yale University)
Regine Stein (Göttingen State and University Library)
Sara Brumfield (Brumfield Labs)
Scott Renton (University of Edinburgh)
Stacey Redick (Folger Shakespeare Library)

Josh Hadro
Managing Director
International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) Consortium
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