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Séminaire Autorités calculées

Nous poursuivons le séminaire “Autorités calculées” initié en novembre 2012 au laboratoire DICEN et nous vous invitons à participer  :

* Mercredi 27 février de 17h à 19h  : F. Ghitalla - Théories des réseaux et cartographies

* Jeudi 28 marsen de 17h à 19h : L. Merzeau – Twitter comme machine à fabriquer de l’autorité

* Jeudi 25 avril de 17h à 19h : A. Lauf - Les figures des autorités de réseaux

Le séminaire se tiendra au CNAM, 2, rue Conté, Paris 3e.

Nous proposons des compte-rendus des séances après chaque intervention. Le compte-rendu de la première séance, où Bernhard Rieder était notre invité pour parler de l’autorité de l’algorithme PageRank, est disponible ici : http://ac.hypotheses.org/comptes-rendus/historiographie-du-pagerank-approche-historique-et-conceptuelle
Ce séminaire est pensé comme un espace de participation : nous engageons donc le public à prendre connaissance des synthèses et présentations que nous mettons sur notre carnet Hypothèses avant la séance afin de pouvoir engager une discussion qui fera partie du compte-rendu.
Article mis en ligne le 9 janvier 2013
AAC - ACFAS Ethnographie organisationnelle

81ème Congrès de l’ACFAS
Université Laval, Ville de Québec
Appel à communication
L’ethnographie organisationnelle : pratiques émergentes et contributions
Dates : Mardi 7 – Mercredi 8 mai 2013

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Les travaux de recherche relevant de l’ethnographie organisationnelle ont contribué à explorer, au quotidien, les pratiques des acteurs, et plus précisément de « voir les organisations de l’intérieur » (Laude, 2012) que ce soit des écoles/universités, des musées, des entreprises privées, des hôpitaux, des organisations gouvernementales ou non (Kunda, 1992; Orr, 1996; Grosjean & Lacoste, 1999; Van Hulst 2008). Dans bon nombre de travaux, l’ethnographie organisationnelle est associée à une immersion prolongée au sein d’une communauté, d’une organisation aux frontières claires, à de l’observation participante ou non au sein d’un service ou d’un département, etc. Or, les organisations contemporaines se complexifient et il n’est pas rare aujourd’hui de voir émerger des « communautés de pratique » qui transcendent les territoires professionnels, des réseaux de coopération entre des entreprises privées, entre des organisations de soins qui bousculent les frontières de l’organisation. Évoluant dans un environnement mouvant et incertain, les organisations sont devenues de plus en plus complexes, fragmentées, dispersées (Czarniawska, 2007) et reposent sur « un mode de coordination plus distribuée des activités, elle aussi, plus distante, plus immatérielle, moins contrôlable » (Borzeix & Cochoy, 2008). Pour tenter de saisir et comprendre toute cette complexité, les chercheurs adoptent une conception dynamique de l’organisation (Langley & Tsoukas, 2010), celle-ci apparaissant alors comme le produit d’un travail continu d’organisation (Terssac & Lalande, 2002) ou d’« organizing » (Czarniawska, 2009). Ainsi, l’objectif est de comprendre comment une organisation se constitue, évolue, se transforme, innove, apprend, négocie ses tensions internes et parfois s’effondre, en se positionnant au coeur de l’action, au coeur de l’organisation. Les chercheurs font alors l’hypothèse que la compréhension des pratiques effectives des acteurs organisationnels, de la manière d’agir et d’être d’une organisation passe par un travail de type ethnographique.

Soumission d’une proposition :
Toute proposition de communication devra être envoyée à l’adresse courriel suivante : sylvie.grosjean@uottawa.ca au plus tard le 14 janvier 2013. La proposition devra être rédigée en français et comprendre les éléments suivants :
1. Sur une première page (Anonyme)
- Le titre de votre communication
- Un résumé (10 lignes maximum) en format Times New Roman, caractère 12 et interligne simple
- 4-5 mots clés
2. Sur une seconde page
- Le nom du ou des auteur(s), adresse postale, numéro de télécopieur, numéro de téléphone, courrier électronique, le statut, département, établissement de rattachement de(s) auteur(s)
3- Sur une troisième page, la proposition de communication doit comprendre :
- Une proposition de 6000 signes espaces compris (maximum) en format Times New Roman, caractère 12 et interligne simple
- Un plan de la communication
- Les références bibliographiques mobilisées
Les propositions de communication feront l’objet d’une évaluation en « double aveugle » par les membres du comité scientifique. Les communications sélectionnées seront réparties en ateliers thématiques.
Décision du comité scientifique : 15 Février 2013

Article mis en ligne le 7 janvier 2013
Parution - InMedia

Numéro 2 revue InMedia <http://inmedia.revues.org/301>

(The French Journal of Media and Media Representations in the English-Speaking World)

Le dossier thématique est consacré aux représentations de la masculinité dans les médias.


The second issue of InMedia <http://inmedia.revues.org/301> (The French Journal of Media and Media Representations in the English-Speaking World) has just come out. It is dedicated to representations of masculinity in the media.

Le sommaire du numéro est disponible/the table of contents is available at http://inmedia.revues.org/301 <http://inmedia.revues.org/301> Issue 2 – Fall 2012

THEMED SECTION “Performing/Representing Male Bonds”
(Rédacteurs invités: Raphaël COSTAMBEYS-KEMPCZYNSKI, Claire HÉLIE, Pierre-Antoine PELLERIN)
*Introduction
*“Losing Visibility? The Rise and Fall of Hypermasculinity in Science Fiction Films,” Marianne KAC-VERGNE
*“The Reluctant Patriarch: The Emergence of Lads and Lad Mags in the 1990s,” Nick GROWSE
“Seducing Women to Assess Each Other: Male Hierarchies Within the Seduction Community,” Mélanie GOURARIER
*“Midlife Pop Masculinities in the Here and Now,” Chris TINKER

VARIA
“British Party Election Broadcasts (2001, 2005 and 2010): Ideological framing, Storytelling, Individualisation,” David HAIGRON

POINT OF VIEW ON…
‘‘Social Cognition,’’ Divina FRAU-MEIGS

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY
“‘Locus of Control’: a selective review of Disney theme parks,” Thibaut CLEMENT

CONFERENCE REVIEWS
* Cinema and the Crossing of Frontiers, 16th SERCIA Conference, 8-10 September 2011, Julie ASSOULY, Marianne KAC-VERGNE
* Contemporary Screen Narratives, 17 May 2012, Department of Culture, Film and Media, University of Nottingham, Fabrice LYCZBA
* Offshore Processes: International Perspectives on Australian Film and Television, 8-11 July 2012, Monash Prato Centre, Italy, Olivier HAAG
* The Translation and Reception of Multilingual Films, 15-16 June 2012, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, Samuel BREAN, Jean-François CORNU
* Internet Studies in Europe: First Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society: Exploring the Digital Future, 25-28 October 2011, Humboldt University, Berlin; Fourth ICTs and Society-Conference: Critique, Democracy, and Philosophy in 21st Century Information Society. Towards Critical Theories of Social Media, 2-4 May 2012, Uppsala University, Mathieu O’NEIL

BOOK REVIEWS
*Violaine Roussel, Art vs War, les Artistes américains contre la guerre en Irak, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2011, 314 p., reviewed by Delphine LETORT
*Kathleen Franz and Susan Smulyan eds, Major Problems in American Popular Culture, Boston: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2011, 496 p., reviewed by Elsa GRASSY
*Carol MacKeogh & Díóg O’Connell, Documentary in a Changing State, Ireland since the 1990s, Cork: Cork University Press, 2012, 176 p., reviewed by Estelle EPINOUX
*Brian A. Monahan, The Shock of the News/ Media Coverage and the Making of 9/11, New York & London, New York University Press, 2010, 221 p., reviewed by Delphine LETORT

Article mis en ligne le 7 janvier 2013
AAC - ACFAS Dispositifs d’apprentissage

Entre réflexif et prescriptif : Analyse des dispositifs d’apprentissage
et de formation des communicateurs
Colloque scientifique organisé dans le cadre du 81e congrès de
l’ACFAS
9 et 10 mai 2013,
Université Laval, ville de Québec


Responsable du colloque : Marc D. David, professeur, Université de Sherbrooke
Coresponsable : Valérie Lépine, maître de conférences, Université de Grenoble 2

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L’industrie des communications est en plein bouleversement, les nouvelles technologies de l’information appellent non seulement de nouvelles pratiques professionnelles, mais suscitent également débats et questionnements sur l’émergence de nouveaux métiers. Plus que jamais, universités, employeurs et associations professionnelles doivent saisir l’occasion de repenser les pratiques professionnelles en communication. Ces changements convoquent
l’observation empirique des pratiques, des nouvelles interactions entre ses acteurs et de la définition de celles-ci, tant sur le plan organisationnel que dans la mise en place de formations adéquates. Les évolutions et la dispersion en de nombreux domaines ou activités des métiers de la communication invitent à réinterroger le socle des compétences communes et des compétences spécialisées nécessaires à l’exercice de ces métiers.

En dépit des spécificités sectorielles (secteur humanitaire, associatif ; secteur des institutions publiques ou gouvernementales ; secteur marchand) ou techniques (événementiel, édition, web, etc.) quelles lectures et quelles structurations en termes de dispositifs de formation peut-on faire des acquisitions ou des postures théoriques, méthodologiques et pratiques qui contribuent au professionnalisme des acteurs en charge des communications
organisationnelles ? Le travail de structuration de la professionnalisation à travers des dispositifs de formation est-il (et doit-il être) élaboré en lien avec celui de définition des référentiels de métiers auxquels les employeurs peuvent faire appel pour définir les missions qui seront confiées aux futurs professionnels ? Toutes ces questions invitent à réfléchir à l’articulation, dans un domaine particulièrement exposé à des évolutions rapides, entre pratiques professionnelles et formation.

Dans cette seconde édition, le RESIPROC (Réseau international de recherche sur la professionnalisation des communicateurs) souhaite approfondir la question de l’apprentissage et de la formation des communicateurs.

Propositions
Les propositions de communication doivent être envoyées par courriel, en format Word (.doc) ou PDF à marc.d.david@usherbrooke.ca et valerie.lepine@iut2.upmf-grenoble.fr avant le 25 janvier 2013 et tiendront compte des éléments suivants :
- le nom des auteurs et co-auteurs avec les renseignements d’affiliation (prénom, nom, statut, institution ou organisation) de même qu’une courte notice biographique pour chacun;
- les coordonnées des auteurs et co-auteurs (adresses, courriel, téléphone, etc.);
- un titre de 180 caractères maximum, espaces compris;
- une liste de cinq mots clés;
- un résumé d’environ 3000 caractères, espaces compris, plus une bibliographie.
Les propositions de communication feront l’objet d’une évaluation en « double aveugle » par les membres du comité scientifique.

Article mis en ligne le 7 janvier 2013
AAC - ECREA

Routledge Studies in European Communication Research and Education Series

Since the deadline for one of the opportunities for such contributions is coming up soon, we would like to remind you that the Series Editors of ECREA invite the submission of book proposals for the Routledge Studies in European Communication Research and Education Series. Book proposals and manuscripts should be sent to nico.carpentier@vub.ac.be before 15 January 2013.

WHO is invited to submit?

The Book Series only allows for edited volumes to be included. Proposals for monographs will not be accepted.

The edited volumes of the Book Series aim at providing a diverse overview of the work of the ECREA membership. At the same time, a degree of openness towards non-ECREA members is also considered to add value to the Book Series. For this reason, at least 50% of the chapters need to originate from ECREA members (individual members, or members through an institutional membership). For the same reason, at least one of the editors needs to be an ECREA member.

WHAT are we seeking?

ECREA Book Series Publications need to have a very clear theme on which they focus and which needs to be related to the focal points of ECREA (as described in article 3 of the ECREA statutes - see the ECREA website http://www.ecrea.eu/about/statutes). Although the series is open to the wide diversity of disciplines and subjects present among ECREA members, editorial choices will also take into account the potential audience of a proposed book.

WHO subsidises the publication?

Each year, ECREA subsidises the distribution of one publication to the membership (2nd year individual members and the coordinators of the institutional and associated institutional members). The ECREA Book Series editors will be in charge of selecting this publication. Their selection will be confirmed by a decision of the ECREA Executive Board.

Other publications may also be included in the ECREA Book Series. In this case, ECREA will not subsidize the distribution of the book to the membership. The inclusion of the book in the ECREA Book Series will still be dependant upon the decision of the ECREA Book Series editors and the Executive Board.

A more detailed version of the procedure is available at the ‘Bylaws’ segment of the ECREA website (http://www.ecrea.eu/about/statutes#ECREABylaws).

HOW should one submit a proposal or manuscript?

A form to submit a book proposal is available at the ‘Members only’ segment of the ECREA website, more specifically in the Document Archive, in the folder “book series”. Only this form can be used for submitting a book proposal; applications that do not use this form will be a priori excluded.

The proposal should include a detailed abstract of each chapter.

TO WHOM should it be sent?

Book proposals and manuscripts can be sent by e-mail (attachment in .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .pdf format) to nico.carpentier@vub.ac.bebefore 15 January 2013.

Article mis en ligne le 7 janvier 2013
Call for papers for the 4th International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing World

IMCW2013:
The 4th International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing World,  
September 4-6, 2013, Limerick, Republic of Ireland

Beyond the Cloud: Information…Innovation…Collaboration…

Symposium web site: http://imcw2013.bilgiyonetimi.net

SCOPE

IMCW2013: The "4th International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing World" will take place at the Strand Hotel (http://www.strandhotellimerick.ie/) in Limerick, Ireland, from September 4-6, 2013 (http://imcw2013.bilgiyonetimi.net/).

Cloud computing has transformed the ways in which both individuals and enterprises make use of  IT services and network infrastructure within the last decade.  Everything including infrastructure, platforms, applications, software, data, and communication is now seen “as a service”.  Information, the life-blood of scientific progress, economic growth and social development, is mostly produced, disseminated, used, shared and re-used in digital formats nowadays.  Science, industry and business enterprises tend to become “information” enterprises in that even “money” as matter gets converted to “bits” so as to be stored digitally in computers and transmitted as “information” over the network.  Enterprises have tended to spend well over 70% of their time and money to support the information technologies (IT) and network infrastructure. Now they embrace cloud-based services to manage information more efficiently and effectively. As information managers we must now look Beyond the Cloud, collaborate in order to innovate and inspire while trying to predict what the future holds.

Using cloud-based services increases efficiency, provides cost savings, and enables “collective intelligence” to flourish.  Not-for-profit memory institutions such as libraries, archives, and museums are also making use of cloud-based services.  To name a few, OCLC’s WorldCat, HathiTrust, OAISTER, and Europeana are providing web scale discovery services and aggregated data repositories accessible through the Net.  Yet, information organizations and memory institutions should go beyond the cloud-based services to reap the full benefits of the digital age.

MAIN THEME

Beyond the Cloud: Information…Innovation…Collaboration…” being the main theme of the Symposium, IMCW2013 aims to bring together information professionals, computer and information scientists, business people and engineers to discuss the implications of cloud computing on information management and to contemplate on how to design and develop innovative and collaborative information services beyond the cloud. As organizers, we thought this is an opportune time for IMCW2013 to review the challenges for information organizations, libraries, archives and museums providing information services in the digital age.  Such challenges range from developing useful services and workflows embedded in users’ work and study environments to benefitting from economies of scale by pooling resources, eliminating redundancies and innovating through collaboration.

CONTRIBUTIONS

Contributions can be theoretical as well as technical and practical.  Informative case studies are also welcome.  The audience will be information professionals, librarians, archivists, computer and information scientists, and business people, among others.

We accept extended abstracts (no less than 750 words) for full papers; short communications, Research in Progress reports and posters on all aspects of innovative and collaborative information management. Extended abstracts for student papers and posters are also welcome.  Extended abstracts of PhD students to present the interim findings of their ongoing research will also be considered. Please use the template available on the Symposium web site to prepare your contributions and send them to us using the Conference Management Software (openconf) by March 4, 2013.

We also accept proposals to organize workshops, panel sessions and short visual presentations (“pecha kucha”).  Proposals should include a title, a short abstract, proposal type (eg, workshop), the name and contact information of the convener (for sessions and pecha kucha) and be addressed to imcw2013@bilgiyonetimi.net by March 4, 2013.

Accepted extended abstracts and proposals will appear in the “Book of Abstracts” to be published prior to the Symposium.

Accepted extended abstracts may be developed as full papers by May 27, 2013.  A short list of papers will be selected so that the revised and extended versions of these papers and posters will appear in the proceedings book to be published by Springer under its Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series and the Symposium web site (decision pending).  Papers that appear in Springer’s CCIS series are indexed in Thomson Reuter’sConference Proceedings Citation Index.

MAIN TOPICS

Main topics of the Symposium include (but not limited with) the following:

Challenges of Information Management in the Digital Age
Developing digital information services
Semantic information management
Information management in the cloud
Distributed collection management and licensing
Innovative information management
Collaborative information management
Infrastructures and networks for information management
Systems, tools and services for information management
Virtual research environments and information management
Community of practices
Data ownership
Data security
Long-term stability of data
Privacy
Economies of scale

 

  

  

Cloud-based Information Services
Web-based services
Data-centric services
Services lifecycle management
Information management in the cloud
Web scale information discovery through the cloud
Data aggregation and data repositories in the cloud
Innovative uses of cloud-based information services
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for Information Management
Platforms as a Service (PaaS) for Information Management
Applications as a Service (AaaS) for Information Management
Software as a Service (SaaS) for Information Management
Storage as a Service (SaaS) for Information Management
Everything as a Service (EaaS) for Information Management

 

  

  

Information Discovery, Organization, and Retrieval Beyond the Cloud
Information discovery and identification
Information representation
Information search, indexing and retrieval
Curation, preservation and long-term access
Mobile information retrieval
Metadata harvesting
Metadata extraction
Metadata management
Metadata interoperability and standards
Ontology development
Ontology mapping
Mining large data sets

 

  

Information Architecture for Cloud-based Information Services
Information architecture and web design for the cloud
Grid Networks, services and applications
Service Oriented Architecture
Designing usable cloud services
Information usability
Interaction design for cloud services
Information visualization tools

 

  

Scholarly Publishing, Open Access and Institutional Repositories
Scholarly publishing process
Open access
Institutional repositories beyond the cloud
Digital libraries beyond the cloud
Data warehouses and federated databases beyond the cloud
E-publishing
Open science
Open access to publicly funded scientific information
European Infrastructure for e-Science Digital Repositories (e-SciDR) 

 

  

Digital Preservation of Scientific and Cultural Heritage Beyond the Cloud
Digitization of scientific and cultural heritage
Digital science museums and digital exhibitions
Digitization of 2-D and 3-D scientific and cultural heritage objects
Digital re-discovery of culture
The European Digital Library, Europeana, beyond the cloud
Permanent archiving of digital scientific and cultural heritage beyond the cloud

 

  

Social and Cultural Issues Beyond the Cloud
Digital information policies
Intellectual property rights
Digital rights management
Legal and cultural issues
Value of information (VOI)
Information quality standards

 

  

Education for Information Management
Blended librarianship
Cloud librarianship
E-science librarianship
Data curation education
Information stewardship
Biomedical informatics
Environmental informatics
Bioinformatics
Digital humanities, arts and e-social sciences
Support services for researchers, students and general public
Life-long learning
Information literacy

 

  

  

ORGANIZERS  

  

Hacettepe University Department of Information Management, Turkey
Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland

 

  

  

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE   

  • Yaşar Tonta (Hacettepe University, Turkey) (Chair)
  • Umut Al (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Jerald Cavanagh (Limerick Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland)
  • Padraig Kirby (Limerick Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland)
  • Serap Kurbanoğlu (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Mícheál Mac an Airchinnigh (Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland)
  • Orçun Madran (Atılım University, Turkey)

 

(list incomplete)  

  

  

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE   

  • Serap Kurbanoğlu (Hacettepe University, Turkey) (Chair)
  • Umut Al (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Ágnes Hajdu Barát (University of Szeged, Hungary)
  • Carla Basili (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy)
  • Albert K. Boekhorst (The Netherlands)
  • Fazlı Can (Bilkent University, Turkey)
  • Jerald Cavanagh (Limerick Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland)
  • Milena Dobreva (University of Malta, Malta)
  • Maria Francisca Abad García (Valencia University, Spain)
  • Ayşe Göker (City University London, UK)
  • Ian M. Johnson (The Robert Gordon University, UK)
  • Rajkumar Kannan (BHC Autonomous, India)
  • Padraig Kirby (Limerick Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland)
  • Willy van der Kwaak (The Hague University, The Netherlands)
  • Aira Lepik (Tallinn University, Estonia)
  • Mícheál Mac an Airchinnigh (Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland)
  • Orçun Madran (Atılım University, Turkey)
  • Angela Repanovici (Transylvania University of Brasov, Romania)
  • Fernanda Ribeiro (University of Porto, Portugal)
  • Egbert J. Sanchez Vanderkast (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico)
  • İrem Soydal (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Yaşar Tonta (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Nazan Özenç Uçak (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Yurdagül Ünal (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Sheila Webber (University of Sheffield, UK)
  • Sirje Virkus (Tallinn University, Estonia)
  • Bülent Yılmaz (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
  • Daniela Živković (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

 

(list incomplete)  

  

  

LOCAL COMMITTEE   

  • Jerald Cavanagh (Limerick Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland) (Co-chair)
  • Padraig Kirby (Limerick Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland) (Co-chair)

 

(list incomplete)  

  

  

IMPORTANT DATES  

  

First Call: October 2012
Second Call: December 2012
Third Call: February 2013
Last date to send all types of extended abstracts and proposals: 04 March 2013
Authors notification: 22 April 2013
Submission of extended abstracts in final form: 17 May 2012
Registration starts: May 18, 2013
Submission of full papers (if desired): 14 June 2013
Symposium: 4-6 September 2013

 

  

All suggestions and comments are welcome. Please send us your ideas about possible invited speakers at imcw2013@bilgiyonetimi.net.

Looking forward to your contributions to and participation in the Symposium.
Yaşar Tonta, Chair of the Organizing Committee
Serap Kurbanoğlu, Chair of the Programme Committee
Hacettepe University
Department of Information Management
06800 Beytepe, Ankara, Turkey
Tel: 0312 297 82 00
Faks: 0312 299 20 14

E-posta: yasartonta@gmail.comserap@hacettepe.edu.tr

Article mis en ligne le 4 janvier 2013
17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries

 

Call for Contributions
17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
Valetta, Malta, September 22-26, 2013


The International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries constitutes a leading European scientific forum on digital libraries that brings together researchers, developers, content providers and users in the field of digital libraries. The 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2013) is organized by the University of Malta and it will be held in Valetta, Malta on September 22-26, 2013.

* Aims and scope *
Valuable and rapidly increasing volumes of data are produced or transformed into digital form by all fields of science, education,
culture, business and government. For this purpose the digital libraries community has developed long-term and interdisciplinary research agendas, providing significant results such as conceptual models, added value infrastructures, software tools, standards and services.

The advent of the technologies that enhance the exchange of information with rich semantics is on the centre of the discussions of the community. Information providers inter-link their metadata with user contributed data and offer new services outlooking to the  development of a web of data and addressing the interoperability and long-term preservation challenges.

TPDL 2013 under the general theme "sharing meaningful information", invites submissions describing original, unpublished research and not (and will not be) simultaneously under consideration for publication elsewhere, for the proliferation of scientific and research osmosis in the following categories: Full Papers, Short Papers, Posters and Demonstrations, Workshops and Tutorials, Panels and Doctoral Consortium. All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, importance and clarity in a triple peer review process.

The TPDL 2013 proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs). According to the Registration Regulation for TPDL 2013, inclusion of papers in the Proceedings is conditional upon registration of at least one author per paper.

The authors of the best research papers presented to TPDL2013 will be invited to submit substantially extended versions of their paper for publication in a Focused Issue of the International Journal on Digital Libraries (http://www.springer.com/computer/database+management+%26+information+retrieval/journal/799).

Doctoral Consortium papers will be published by the Bulletin of the IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries (IEEE-TCDL Bulletin,
http://www.ieee-tcdl.org/Bulletin/current/index.html)

* Topics *
General areas of interests include, but are not limited to, the following topics, organized in four categories, according to a conceptualization that coincides with the four arms of the Maltese Cross:

Foundations
- Information models
- Digital Library conceptual models and formal issues
- Digital Library 2.0
- Digital library education curricula
- Economic and legal (e.g. rights management), landscape for digital libraries
- Theoretical models of information interaction and organization
- Information policies
- Studies of human factors in networked information
- Scholarly primitives
- Novel research tools and methods with emphasis on digital humanities
- User behavior analysis and modeling
- Social-technical perspectives of digital information

Infrastructures
- Digital Library architectures
- Cloud and grid deployments
- Federation of repositories
- Collaborative and participatory information environments
- Data storage and indexing
- Big data management
- e-science, e-government, e-learning, cultural heritage infrastructures
- Semi Structured data
- Semantic web issues in digital libraries
- Ontologies and knowledge organization systems
- Linked data and their applications

Content
- Metadata schemas with emphasis to metadata for composite content (Multimedia, geographical, statistical data and other special content formats)
- Interoperability and Information integration
- Digital Curation and related workflows
- Preservation, authenticity and provenance
- Web archiving
- Social media, and dynamically generated content for particular uses/communities (education, science, public, etc.)
- Crowdsourcing
- 3D models indexing and retrieval
- Authority management issues

Services
- Information Retrieval and browsing
- Multilingual and Multimedia Information Retrieval
- Personalization in digital libraries
- Context awareness in information access
- Semantic aware services
- Technologies for delivering/accessing digital libraries, e.g., mobile devices
- Visualization of large-scale information environments
- Evaluation of online information environments
- Quality metrics
- Interfaces to digital libraries
- Data mining/extraction of structure from networked information
- Social networks analysis and virtual organizations
- Traditional and alternative metrics of scholarly communication
- Mashups of resources

* Important Dates *
- Full and Short papers, Posters and Demonstrations: March 23, 2013
- Panels, Workshops, Tutorials: March 4, 2013
- Notification of acceptance for Papers, Posters, and Demonstrations: May 20, 2013
- Notification of acceptance for Panels, Workshops and Tutorials: April 22, 2013
- Camera Ready Versions: June 9, 2013
- Doctoral Consortium Papers Submission Deadline: June 2, 2013
- Doctoral Consortium Acceptance Notification: July 2, 2013
- End of Early Registration: July 31, 2013
- Conference Dates: September 22-26, 2013

* Formatting Instructions *
Full papers (12 pages), short-papers (6 pages), posters and demonstrations (4 pages) must be written in English and submitted in
PDF format. The TPDL 2013 proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in Lecture Notes in Computer Science
(http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs). Therefore all submissions should conform to the formatting instructions described in the "For
Authors" webpage (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0). For Doctoral Consortium, papers are expected to have a maximum of 8-10 pages, including references. Papers is recommended to be formatted according to Springer LNCS guidelines.

In case your paper includes images or screenshots please ensure that you set image compression at 600dpi when you produce your PDF file.

* Submission *
All papers, short-papers, posters and demonstrations must be submitted in electronic format (PDF) via the conference's EasyChair submission page (TBA).

* Organization *
General Chairs:
Milena Dobreva, University of Malta, Malta
Giannis Tsakonas, University of Patras, Greece

Program Chairs:
Trond Aalberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Christos Papatheodorou, Ionian University, Greece

Organizing Chair:
Charles J. Farrugia, National Archives, Malta

 

Article mis en ligne le 30 décembre 2012

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