[Esip-preserve] CfP DC-2014, Austin, Texas

David Arctur [UT] david.arctur at utexas.edu
Tue Jan 7 21:31:46 EST 2014



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From: "William L. Anderson" <band at ischool.utexas.edu>
Subject: Fwd: CfP DC-2014, Austin, Texas
Date: January 7, 2014 at 10:42:14 AM CST
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> From: "Greenberg, Jane" <janeg at EMAIL.UNC.EDU>
> Subject: FW: CfP DC-2014, Austin, Texas
> Date: January 7, 2014 at 10:37:51 AM CST
> Reply-To: DCMI Science and Metadata Community <DC-SCIENCE at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
> From: General DCMI discussion list [mailto:DC-GENERAL at JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of DCMI Announce
> Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2014 8:13 AM
> Subject: CfP DC-2014, Austin, Texas
> Metadata Intersections: Bridging the Archipelago of Cultural Memory
> DC-2014 International Conference and Annual Meeting of DCMI
> 8-11 October 2014 
> AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
>    The University of Texas at Austin
> Call for Participation: http://purl.org/dcevents/dc-2014/cfp
> Researchers, practicing professionals and students with broad interests in principled metadata design and best practices have gathered annually since 1995 under the DCMI banner to exchange ideas, to discover important common ground, and to work on shared problems. As one of the first broadly inclusive efforts at crowdsourcing expertise on the Web, the DCMI community has been a key player in the evolving information environment of the Web of documents and data. 
> Metadata is fundamental in enabling ubiquitous access to cultural and scientific resources through galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAM). While fundamental, GLAM traditions in documentation and organization lead to significant differences in both their languages of description and domain practices. And yet, the push is on for "radically open cultural heritage data" that bridges these differences as well as those across the humanities and the sciences. DC-2014 will explore the role of metadata in spanning the archipelago of siloed cultural memory in an emerging context of linked access to data repositories as well as repositories of cultural artifacts.
> Submissions of papers, reports, and posters are welcome in all areas of innovative metadata design and best practices.  
> Peer-Reviewed Papers, Project Reports & Posters:
> — Submission Deadline: 3 April 2014
> — Author Notification: 12 July 2014
> — Final Copy: 16 August 2014
> Special & Panel Sessions, Workshops:
> — Submission Deadline: 3 April 2014
> — Author Notification: 1 June 2014
> Best Practice Posters & Demonstrations
> — Submission Deadline: 2 June 2014
> — Author Notification: 30 June 2014
> (All deadlines: Midnight, Pacific Standard Time)
> Program Committee Chairs:
> — William Moen, School of Library and Information Sciences, University of North Texas, United States
> — Amy Rushing, University of Texas at San Antonio, United States

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