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ELPUB 2009: First Call For Papers, deadline Jan. 15th 2009
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- Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 22:57:00 EST
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*** apologies for cross-posting *** ELPUB 2009 - First Call for Papers Rethinking Electronic Publishing : Innovation in Communication Paradigms and Technologies 13th International Conference on Electronic Publishing 10 - 12 June 2009, Milan, Italy http://www.elpub.net Electronic publishing via the Internet is continuously changing its shapes and models, challenging traditional players to adapt to new contexts. Innovative technologies enable individuals, scholars, communities and networks to establish contacts, exchange data, produce information, share knowledge. Open access sources and commercial players make contents available for a heterogeneous audience in diversity of environments, from business to private life, from educational and cultural activities to leisure time, and in a large variety of devices, from personal computers to mobile media. New opportunities and new needs challenge us to rethink electronic publishing, to innovate communication paradigms and technologies, to make information not just a flat equivalent of a paper but a truly digital format, to allow machine processing and new services, to face the future of mobile life. The ELPUB 2009 conference will focus on key issues in e-communications, exploring dissemination channels, business models, technologies, methods and concepts. We welcome a wide variety of papers from members of the communities whose research and experiments are transforming the nature of electronic publishing and scholarly communications. Topics include but are not restricted to: - New publishing models, tools, services and roles - New scholarly constructs and discourse methods - Innovative business models for scholarly publishing - Mobile distribution of e-contents, e-books - M2M publishing services - Multilingual and multimodal interfaces - Services and technology for specific user communities, media, and content - Content search, analysis and retrieval - Interoperability, scalability and middleware infrastructure to facilitate awareness and discovery - Personalization technologies (e.g. social tagging, folksonomies, RSS) - Semantic web, metadata, information granularity, digital objects - Data mining, text harvesting, dynamic formatting - Knowledge linking, discovery, presentation - User generated contents - Usage and citation impact - Security, privacy and copyright issues - Digital preservation, content authentication - Recommendations, guidelines, interoperability standards Author Guidelines Contributions are invited for the following categories: - Single paper (abstract minimum of 1,000 and maxximum of 1,500 words) - Tutorial (abstract min. of 500 and max. of 1,000 words) - Workshop (abstract min. of 500 and max. of 1,000 words) - Poster (abstract max of 500 words) - Demonstration (abstract max of 500 words) See website for detailed author instructions: http://www.elpub.net. Authors of accepted papers will be asked to register to the Conference and present their work. Key Dates: November 15th 2008: Opening date for submission of abstracts. January 15th 2009: Deadline for submission of abstracts (in all categories). February 23rd, 2009: Notification of acceptance of submitted proposals. April 6th, 2009: Deadline for submission of final papers. All submissions are subject to peer review (double-blind) and accepted by the international ELPUB Programme Committee. Accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Printed proceedings are distributed during the conference. Electronic versions of the contributions will be archived at: http://elpub.scix.net and indexed by the major indexing agents. ABOUT ELPUB The ELPUB 2009 conference will keep the tradition of the previous international conferences on electronic publishing, held in the United Kingdom (in 1997 and 2001), Hungary (1998), Sweden (1999), Russia (2000), the Czech Republic (2002), Portugal (2003), Brazil (2004), Belgium (2005), Bulgaria (2006), Austria (2007) and Canada (2008), which is to bring together researchers, lecturers, librarians, developers, business executives, entrepreneurs, managers, users and all those interested in issues regarding electronic publishing in a wide variety of contexts. These include the human, cultural, economic, social, technological, legal, commercial, and other relevant aspects that such an exciting theme encompasses. Three distinguishing features of this conference are: broad scope of topics which creates a unique atmosphere of active exchange and learning about various aspects of scholarly communications and electronic publishing; combination of general and technical issues; and a condensed procedure of submission, revision and publication of proceedings which guarantees presentations of most recent work. ELPUB 2009 will offer a variety of activities, such as workshops, tutorials, panel debates, poster presentations and demonstrations. Social events and sight-seeing tours will also be available to participants (at additional costs). Please see the conference web site for details. Conference Location: Milan, Italy. Milan is the largest metropolitan area in Italy, one of the largest in Europe: 7,4 million population. It is the Italian capital of industry and business and well renowned as one of the world capitals of fashion and design. Milan is one of the oldest artistic centres in Northern Italy and its surroundings include the beautiful Alps and the famous Garda, Maggiore and Como lakes. All this makes Milan a perfect place for sight-seeing, cultural visits and exciting shopping, not to mention enjoying Italian food and wines. Conference Host: The State University of Milan is the third largest university in Italy after Rome and Naples. The venue is the main building, in the centre of Milan, 3 minutes on foot from the Cathedral. It was made in 1450 under Duke Francesco Sforza, who also built the famous Castle. ELPUB 2009 is organized by CILEA, a consortium of Italian Universities founded in 1974 to promote the use of advanced ICT in academic and research environments, to support technological transfer and to manage ICT services, facilities and infrastructures. Within CILEA, the AePIC team deals with innovative e-publishing technologies and models, promoting Open Access to knowledge through sustainable online publishing. General Chair: Susanna Mornati, CILEA - Inter-Academic Consortium for ICT, Segrate, Italy firstname.lastname@example.org Programme Chair: Turid Hedlund, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland email@example.com Conference information: firstname.lastname@example.org Conference web site: http://www.elpub.net Join the "ELPUB Electronic Publishing Conference" group on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=3D36376184362 ELPUB 2009 and OAI 6 are just 3 days in time and 400 km in space (4 hours by train, 50 minutes by plane) away from each other: take this unique chance to participate in both, enjoying two exciting scientific events in electronic publishing and scholarly communication and visiting Italy and Switzerland. ***
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