Non-Visual Access to the Digital Library (NoVA): the use of the digital library interfaces by blind and visually impaired people, Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM).
"The Nova project is concerned with countering the exclusion from access to information which can all too easily occur when individuals do not have so-called 'normal' vision. Our domain in this project is digital library services, and our concern is that all such services should, in their entirety, be as accessible to blind and visually impaired people as to anyone else...The overall objective of the Project was to develop understanding of serial searching in non-serial digital library environments, with particular reference to retrieval of information by blind and visually-impaired people."
For further information, please see <http://www.cerlim.ac.uk/projects/nova/contents.html>.
Beyond Productivity: Information, Technology, Innovation, and Creativity, Committee on Information Technology and Creativity, National Research Council, The National Academies Press.
"Focused initially on interactions between computer science and other forms of science and engineering, the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB) began in the mid-1900s to examine opportunities at the intersection of computing and the humanities and the arts. In 1997, it organized a workshop that illuminated the potential, as well as the practical challenges, of mining those opportunities and that led, eventually, to the project described in this report."
For further information, please see <http://www.nap.edu/catalog/10671.html?onpi_listserve041103>.
New Technologies for the Cultural and Scientific Heritage Sector, Technology Watch Report 1, DigiCULT.
"This Technology Watch Report identifies and describes technologies that are either not currently used in the heritage sector or are under-utilised by it. The Report provides accessible descriptions of new technologies, suggests how these might be employed, and indicates the implications and risks."
For further information, please see <http://www.digicult.info/pages/index.php>.
Ensuring the Quality of Data Disseminated by the Federal Government: Workshop Report, Ad Hoc Committee on Ensuring the Quality of Government Information, Science, Technology, and Law Program, National Research Council, The National Academies Press.
"In the fall of 2000, Congress enacted the Data Quality Act, directing OMB to issue, by September 2001, government-wide guidelines to 'provide policy and procedural guidance to federal agencies for ensuring and maximizing the quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity of information (including statistical information) disseminated by Federal agencies...'" This document provides a brief summary of the key issues raised during the presentations and discussion periods at three workshops held to assist agencies in developing their own agency-specific guidelines based on those proposed by OMB.
For further information, please see <http://www.nap.edu/catalog/10666.html?onpi_listserv041103>.
Work Package 3: Defining requirements of the institutional portal, Deliverables, PORTAL Project (Presenting natiOnal Resources To Audiences Locally).
"The Deliverable is a report, detailing the results of consultation with almost 700 stakeholders into their requirements and opinions of institutional and extra-institutional information provision via an institutional portal."
For further information, please see <http://www.fair-portal.hull.ac.uk/deliverables.html>.
The XML Family of Technologies, Technology Watch Briefing 7, DigiCULT.
"The family of XML specifications is already vast and continually growing, and an in-depth analysis of the whole family would require a book-length coverage. This report does not aim to provide such a broad and detailed overview. The provenance and essentials of XML are outlined in brief, followed by a detailed look at the related technologies that are likely to be of the most interest and relevance to the cultural heritage community. The bulk of the report is devoted to real-life accounts of XML deployment in this sector, featuring case studies on the Pouce and COVAX projects, to name but two. These are followed by several sketches of potential future uses of the technology in areas including memory institutions and academic research. The report concludes with a brief series of recommendations on the demands that introducing XML related technologies may place on an institution's existing technical and staffing infrastructures."
For further information, please see <http://www.digicult.info/downloads/DigiCULT_TWB7_XML.pdf>.
Electronic Journal of e-Learning, Management Centre International Limited.
"The Electronic Journal of e-Learning provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of e-Learning initiatives. The journal contributes to the development of both theory and practice in the field of e-Learning. The journal accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the area of research in e-Learning."
For further information, please see <http://www.ejel.org/index.htm>.
Work Package 6: Standards for the description of portal users, Deliverables, PORTAL Project (Presenting natiOnal Resources To Audiences Locally).
"A report detailing the available metadata standards for the description of portal users is now available as a pdf file."
For further information, please see <http://www.fair-portal.hull.ac.uk/deliverables.html>.
Portal: Libraries and the Academy, E-ISSN: 1530-7131 Print ISSN: 1531-2542 Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press.
"A journal that presents research findings and provides regular coverage of issues in technology, publishing, and periodicals, portal is written by librarians for librarians. Peer-reviewed articles address subjects such as library administration, information technology, and information policy. The journal examines the role of libraries in meeting institutional missions, explores how technology affects librarianship and scholarship, and conveys this research to academic librarians in a timely manner."
For further information, please see <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/portal_libraries_and_the_academy/>.
Point to Point
Intellectual Property Website, The National Academies.
"From Internet content protection to human gene patenting, Intellectual Property (IP) in many forms have emerged from legal obscurity to public debate. This website serves as a guide to the Academies' extensive work on Intellectual Property and a forum to discuss ongoing work."
For further information, please see <http://ip.nationalacademies.org/>.
Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography, Version 48: 4/18/2003, Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
"This bibliography presents selected English-language articles, books, and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet. Most sources have been published between 1990 and the present; however, a limited number of key sources published prior to 1990 are also included. Where possible, links are provided to sources that are freely available on the Internet."
For further information, please see <http://info.lib.uh.edu/sepb/sepb.html>.
Calls for Participation
Defining Evaluation Methodologies for Terabyte-Scale Collections, SIGIR 2003 Workshop, 1 August 2003, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Call for Participation. The deadline for submissions is 2 June 2003.
"The goal of this workshop is to develop an evaluation methodology for terabyte-scale document collections. In particular, we will assume the existence of a collection of several hundred million web pages, and investigate methods for reliably evaluating retrieval tasks on such a collection. Search tasks currently evaluated using large web collections, such as known-item and high-precision searching, focus on the needs of the common web searcher but also arise from our inability to measure recall on very large collections. Good estimates of the total set of relevant documents are critical to the reliability and reusability of test collections as we now use them, but it would take hundreds of different systems, hundreds of relevance assessors, and years of effort to produce a terabyte-sized collection with completeness of judgements comparable to a typical TREC collection. Hence, new evaluation methodologies and ways of building test collections are needed to scale retrieval experiments to the next level."
For further information, please see <http://www.sigir2003.org/TBEval.txt>.
2003 SIG III International Paper Contest, International Digital Libraries and Information Science & Technology Advances in Developing Countries, ASIST SIG III (American Society for Information Science & Technology, Special Interest Group on International Information Issues), 20 - 23 October 2003, Long Beach, California, USA. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission of full papers is 30 June 2003.
"The theme of the paper is: Humanizing Information Technology - From Ideas to Bits and Back: the developing world perspective. The paper topic could be at the country or regional level. Papers could discuss issues, policies and case studies on specific aspects of this theme, such as, but not limited to, the following: information management, organization and access; information seeking and use; information retrieval; interactivity; ethical, social, political, legal and economic issues related to the role of information in society, such as privacy, copyright, information policy, as well as the social role of information technologies such as the Internet and the World Wide Web; information production, transfer, and delivery; technologies for computing and networking..."
For further information, please see <http://www.asis.org/SIG/SIGIII/paper_contest/2003/2003CFP.htm>.
Workshop on the Evaluation of Music Information Retrieval (MIR) Systems, SIGIR 2003 Workshop, 1 August 2003, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Call for Participation. The deadline for submissions is 5 July 2003.
"We are looking for the submission of scholarly 'White Papers' or 'Position Papers'. These papers will be scholarly in the sense that they must conform to the standards of attribution and referencing generally accepted in the academic world. The 'White Paper' notion, however, does afford us latitude as to content. Your personal and professional expertise, experiences and judgements are explicitly be sought to help the MIR/MDL communities design and manage an ongoing framework for meaningful and rigorous MIR/MDL evaluation. As such, if you have an opinion or argument, either for, or against, a particular aspect of MIR/MDL evaluation and you can provide sufficient background information (i.e., supporting references) that will help clarify your opinion or argument, then I am almost certain that your submission will be accepted. Remember, the MIR/MDL research communities are multi-disciplinary and this fact should be taken into account as you present your opinions (i.e., provide pointers to background information so that non-subject experts can better appreciate your arguments and world-view)."
For further information, please see <http://music-ir.org/evaluation/sigir03_workshop.htm>.
8th International Conference of International Society of Knowledge Organization, Knowledge Organization and the Global Information Society, 13 - 16 July 2004, London, United Kingdom. Call for Papers. The deadline for submissions of extended abstracts is 30 September 2003.
"Papers addressing Knowledge Organization and the Global Information Society from any of the following interrelated perspectives are invited:
For further information, please see <http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isko2004/>.
ICN'04, 3rd International Conference on Networking, 1 - 4 March 2004, Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe. Call for Papers. The deadline for submissions of extended abstracts is 10 September 2003.
"Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
For further information, please see <http://conf.uha.fr/CfPICN04.html>.
EUNIS 2003, 9th International Conference of European University Information Systems, Beyond the network: Innovative IT Services, 2 - 4 July 2003, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Organised by the Informatiseringscentrum, which is the Central Computing Services of the Universiteit van Amsterdam, and the SURF Foundation, "this will be the 9th in a series of conferences initiated in 1995, under the framework of the European University Information Systems Association (EUNIS, http://www.eunis.org). EUNIS 2003 is a multidisciplinary conference that aims to provide managers, researchers, teachers and practitioners from academia, with a forum to report on and to discuss the latest developments, applications and impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on all aspects of university activities...The conference will provide a unique opportunity for dialogue and synergy between academics and professionals from ICT companies."
For additional information, please see <http://www2.ic.uva.nl/eunis2003/>.
Digital Cultural Heritage V: Digital Libraries and Cultural Context, Amsterdam-Maastricht Summer University, 2 - 4 July 2003, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Attendance will be limited to a maximum of fifty persons.
"This seminar has a three-year cycle, focusing each year on one of the three kinds of memory institutions (museums, library, archives) in order to see them as a cumulative and integrating process. Following on from the last two years which focused on developments in archives (2001) and museums (2002), this seminar focuses on libraries and explores trends in converging methods in memory institutions. The seminar surveys some of the most recent developments in cultural heritage and allows persons to interact with other professionals who have similar interests. The conference will be limited to a maximum of fifty persons, with speakers and discussions in the morning and small workshops with a maximum of fifteen in the afternoon. An underlying concern of the conference is to draw attention to philosophical questions of these developments. What new roles are emerging for museums and memory institutions? How is multimedia transforming our knowledge organisation? What are the implications for learning?"
For further information, please see <http://www.amsu.edu/courses/media/media12003.htm>.
ICICTE 2003, 4th International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education, 3 - 5 July 2003, Samos Island, Greece.
Hosted by the Research and Training Institute of the East Aegean (INEAG) and the University College of the Fraser Valley (UCFV, British Columbia, Canada), with the participation of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, "the conference will provide a forum for education and training for practitioners in social, industrial and economic areas...Those attending ICTE Samos 2003 will leave with an excellent overview of current thinking and practices in applications of technology to education." Thematic streams will include: alternative processes, procedures, techniques; and tools for creating learning environments appropriate for the twenty-first century.
For additional information, please see <http://www.ineag.gr/ICICTE/>.
Institute for Computer Policy and Law (ICPL) 2003, Educause / Cornell, 8 - 11 July 2003, Ithaca, New York, USA.
"An intensive four-day program examining how the widespread use of the internet impacts college and university policies, procedures, and judicial systems...the EDUCAUSE/ Cornell Institute for Computer Policy and Law provides leadership to colleges and universities in developing technology policies. By supporting professional development within higher education, the Institute facilitates the creation and administration of effective information technology policies. It also monitors and analyzes changes in technology and law to assess their impact on academic information technology policy."
For further information, please see <http://www.sce.cornell.edu/exec/cpl.php>.
IV03, 7th International Conference on Information Visualisation, 16 - 18 July 2003, London, England.
The "IV03 conference aims to focus on the interdisciplinary methods and affiliated research done among various science disciplines, medicine, engineering, media and commerce. This three day event will focus on the research and developments conjured to meet the roaring demand of today's 'Information Transfer' through the medium of computing, accentuating on the linkage that shapes academia and industry with the goal of stimulating views and providing a forum where researchers and practitioners can discuss the latest developments linked to Information Visualisation."
For further information, please see <http://www.graphicslink.demon.co.uk/IV03/>.
Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections, 24 - 26 July 2003, Austin, Texas, USA.
"Realizing the growing need for a forum on audio preservation, the Preservation and Conservation Studies program of the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, the Library of Congress Preservation Directorate, the National Recording Preservation Board, and the Association of Research Libraries are co-sponsoring Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections. The symposium will be held in Austin, Texas, July 24-26, 2003, in the newly renovated Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center on the UT campus. Sound Savings will feature talks by experts in the field of audio preservation on topics ranging from assessing the preservation needs of audio collections to creating, preserving, and making publicly available digitally reformatted audio recordings."
For further information, please see <http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/~soundsavings/>.
SCI 2003, 7th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 27 - 30 July 2003, Orlando, Florida, USA.
"SCI 2003 is an international forum for scientists and engineers, researchers and, consultants, theoreticians and practitioners in the fields of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics. It is a forum for focusing into specific disciplinary research, as well as for multi, inter and trans-disciplinary studies and projects. One of its aims is to relate disciplines fostering analogical thinking and, hence, producing input to the logical thinking. The purpose of SCI 2003 is to promote discussion and interaction between researchers and practitioners focused on disciplines as well as different areas. We are particularly interested in fostering the exchange of concepts, prototypes, research ideas, and other results which could contribute to the academic arena and also benefit business and the industrial community. Participants from academies, governments, and industries share ideas and experiences among different disciplines."
For further information, please see <http://www.iiisci.org/sci2003/>.
Syllabus, Exploring Technology Solutions for Higher Education Professionals, 27 - 31 July 2003, San Jose, California, USA.
"Syllabus Conferences are tailored to the needs of faculty, department chairs, administrators and technology staff and focus on technologies of strategic interest to the mission of higher education, particularly those that support the dual mission of teaching and research. The conferences provide a collegial environment in which attendees can exchange experiences and network with other IT professionals, educators and administrators, as well as discover the latest in technology products and services for higher education. All computer platforms, software types, and technologies are covered, including DOS/Windows, Macintosh, UNIX, multimedia, presentation devices, quantitative tools and more. Keynote speakers, presenters and panel members at the conferences reflect the...content of Syllabus magazine."
For further information, please see <http://www.syllabus.com/summer2003/>.
SIGGRAPH 2003, The Future of Digital Images and Interaction, 30th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, 27 - 31 July 2003, San Diego, California, USA.
Meet "international thinkers, builders, creators, buyers, sellers, and enthusiasts who work on the adventurous edge of innovation. Learn tomorrow's technologies today: animation, haptics, advance rendering, augmented reality, web-based visualization, human-machine systems, and much more. Use SIGGRAPH 2003's insights and inspirations to explore new opportunities for edigital discovery."
For further information, please see <http://www.siggraph.org/s2003/>.
Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries, Library Measures to fill the void: assessing outcomes, 28 - 31 July 2003, Durham, United Kingdom.
"The electronic world of information provides challenges for librarians and information workers everywhere. The conference will address these issues in addition to the value and impact of our traditional services and evaluating them effectively. it is intended for library and information managers in ALL sectors of library and information services, as well as research and teaching staff."
For further information, please see <http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/faculties/art/information_studies/Imri/PM5/PM5.htm>.
ACM SIGIR 2003, 28 July - 1 August 2003, Toronto, Canada.
"SIGIR is an international forum for the presentation of new research results and the demonstration of new systems and techniques in the broad field of information retrieval...The SIGIR 2003 Conference and Program Chairs has invited all those working in areas related to IR to submit original research contributions, posters, and proposals for tutorials, workshops, and demonstrations of systems...Posters and demonstrations will offer researchers an opportunity to review late-breaking results, significant works in progress, and original research that is best communicated in interactive or graphical formats."
For more information, please see <http://www.sigir2003.org/>.
PISTA '03, 31 July - 1 August 2003, Orlando, Florida, USA.
"The main objective of PISTA '03 is to provide a forum for the presentation of both solutions and problems of the applications of ICT in Politics and Society. The following questions need answers from different perspectives: What is the impact of the Information and Communication Technologies in Society? How are information and Communication technologies affecting democracy and making joint and collective decisions? What new networks and models are emerging to pave the way for decisions? How are political parties, governments and campaigning groups making use of IT and especially electronic communications? What electronic tools are there to facilitate democratic discussions and decision-making? What ethical and legal issues should be considered in the social transformation produced by the Information and Communication Technologies? Is the responsibility for content production being left to the entertainment industry? Is the government under obligation to influence the trend in information society, and if so, what is its role and scope? What do the new trends have to offer different groups or the individual?"
For further information, please see <http://www.confinf.org/pista03/website2003/default.asp>.
Advanced XML: Data Transformation with XSLT, An ARL Workshop, 13 - 15 August 2003, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.
"Taught by seasoned XML/XSLT developers from the Brown University and University of Virginia libraries, this three-day workshop will explore XSLT with specific focus on the role of XSLT in digital library projects. The workshop will be mix of lecture and hands-on demonstration and experimentation, culminating in the creation of a XSLT based library application."
For further information, please see <http://dl.lib.brown.edu/arl/index.html>.
Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications, 19 - 20 May 2003, Washington, D.C., USA. For additional information, please see <http://www7.nationalacademies.org/cosepup/E-publishing.html>.
ACM CIKM 2003, 12th International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 2 - 8 November 2003, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Preliminary Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 20 May 2003. For details and additional information, please see <http://bit.csc.lsu.edu/~cikm2003/>.
WWW2003, 12th International World Wide Web Conference, 20 - 24 May 2003, Budapest, Hungary. For additional information, please see <http://www2003.org/>.
Digital Books and STM: Publishing, Technology and Access, 21 May 2003, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. For further information, please see <http://www-5.ibm.com/nl/stm/index.html>.
ETD 2003, Sixth International Symposium On Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Next Steps - Electronic Thesis and Dissertations Worldwide, 21 - 24 May 2003, Berlin, Germany. For more information, please see <http://www.hu-berlin.de/etd2003/>.
CMMR 2003, Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval 2003, 26 - 27 May 2003, Montpellier, France. For additional information, please see <http://www.cs.aue.auc.dk/cmmr2003/>.
LIDA 2003, WWW and information retrieval & WWW and libraries, 26 - 30 May 2003, Dubrovnik and Mljet, Croatia. For additional information, please see <http://knjiga.pedos.hr/lida/>.
IASSIST 2003, Strength in Numbers: Co-operating for a Better Tomorrow, International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, 27 - 30 May 2003, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. For additional information, please see <http://iassist2003.ssc.uwo.ca/>.
Synthesis study of the International Digital Library Programme, JISC. Call for Proposals. The deadline for submission is 28 May 2003. For further information, please see <http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=funding_12_03>.
ACH/ALLC 2003, Web X: A Decade of the World Wide Web, Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, 29 May - 2 June 2003, Athens, Georgia, USA. For more information, please see <http://www.english.uga.edu/webx/>.
Proxy Web Servers and Authentication, a LITA Regional Institute, 30 May 2003, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. For additional information, please see <http://www.ala.org/Content/NavigationMenu/LITA/LITA_Events_and_Programs/LITA_Regional_Institutes/LITA_Regional_Institutes.htm#proxy>.
CAIS/ACSI 2003, Bridging the Digital Divide: Equalizing Access to Information and Communication Technologies, 31st Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science/Association canadienne des sciences de l'information, 30 May - 1 June 2003, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. For additional information and submission details, please see <http://www.cais-acsi.ca/papers2003.htm>.
5th Annual VRD Digital Reference Conference, Reference Roundup, 17 - 18 November 2003, San Antonio, Texas, USA. Call for Papers and Presentations. The deadline for submission is 31 May 2003. For further information, please see <http://www.vrd2003.org/speakers/sp_proposals.cfm>.
Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs, National Science Foundation. Call for Contest Entries. The deadline for submission is 31 May 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.nsf.gov/od/lpa/events/sevc/overview.htm>.
Building a Meaningful Web: From Traditional Knowledge Organization Systems to New Semantic Tools, 6th NKOS (Networked Knowledge Organization Systems) Workshop, 31 May 2003, a workshop at JCDL 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.rice.edu/jcdl03/workshops.html>.
IATUL 24th Annual Conference, Libraries and Education in the Networked Information Environment, 2 - 5 June 2003, Ankara, Turkey. For additional information, please see <http://www.lib.metu.edu.tr/iatul03/index.htm>.
EBL 2003 (Evidence Based Librarianship), Improving Practice Through Research: Current Perspectives, Future Prospects, 4 - 6 June 2003, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. For more information, please see <http://www.ualberta.ca/~pryan/EBL2003.html>.
SLA 2003, Putting Knowledge to Work®, Special Libraries Association (SLA), 7 - 12 June 2003, New York, New York, USA. For more information, please see <http://www.sla.org/content/Events/conference/2003annual/index.cfm>.
Crimea 2003, 10th International Conference, "Libraries and Associations in the Transient World: New Technologies and New Forms of Cooperation", 7 - 15 June 2003, Sukak, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Ukraine. For further information, please see <http://www.gpntb.ru/win/inter-events/crimea2003/eng/data.htm>.
eLit 2003, 2nd International Conference on Information and IT Literacy, 11 - 13 June 2003, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. For further information, please see <http://elit2003.com/>.
Institutional Web Management Workshop 2003: Supporting Our Users, UKOLN, 11 - 13 June 2003, Canterbury, United Kingdom. For further information, please see <http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/web-focus/events/workshops/webmaster-2003/>.
WebDB 2003, 6th International Workshop on the Web and Databases, 12 - 13 June 2003, San Diego, California, USA. For further information, please see <http://www.cse.ogi.edu/webdb03/>.
WRSM 2003, Workshop on Reliable and Secure Middleware, 3 - 7 November 2003, Sicily, Italy. Part of DOA 2003. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 15 June 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~priya/DOA2003/WRSM.html>.
DOA/OBASE/CoopIS 2003, International Federated Conferences, "On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems and Ubiquitous Computing", 3 - 7 November 2003, Sicily, Italy. Call for Papers. The submission deadline for each conference is 15 June 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/>.
International Conference on Virtual Communities and Online Communities of Practice, 16 - 17 June 2003, London, United Kingdom. For further information, please see <http://www.infonortics.com/vc/>.
Opening Doors: web-portals and the historic environment, Historic Environment Information Resources Network, 17 June 2003, London, United Kingdom. For further information, please see <http://www.britarch.ac.uk/heirnet/conference.html>.
LIBER 32nd Annual General Conference 2003, 17 - 21 June 2003, Rome, Italy. For further information, please see <http://www.bncrm.librari.beniculturali.it/ita/webliber.htm>.
Educause Southeast Regional Conference 2003, IT in the Academy: Collaboration & Leadership, 18 - 20 June 2003, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. For further information, please see <http://www.educause.edu/conference/serc/2003/>.
Brick and Click Libraries: The Shape of Tomorrow, 10 October 2003, Maryville, Missouri, USA. Call for Proposals. The deadline for Presenter Application is 20 June 2003. For further information, please see <http://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/pr/symposium/>.
Jornada sobre la Biblioteca Digital Universitaria (First Meeting about the University Digital Library), 20 junio 2003 (20 June 2003), Buenos Aires, Argentina. Please contact Gustavo Gomez for more information, <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
ICADL 2003, 6th International Conference of Asian Digital Libraries, 8 - 11 December 2003, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Call for Papers. The deadline for submissions is 21 June 2003. For further information, please see <http://www.ftsm.ukm.my/icadl2003/>.
iGSS 2003, 30th International Graduate Summer School, Accessing the Virtual: How to offer electronic information resources to users, 25 June - 11 July 2003, Aberystwyth, Wales. For further information, please see <http://www.dil.aber.ac.uk/igss/>.
ELPUB 2003, 7th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, 25 - 28 June 2003, Guimarães, Portugal. For additional information, please see <http://piano.dsi.uminho.pt/elpub2003/>.
2003 NASIG Annual Conference, Serials in the Park: Blazing Diverse Trails in the Information Forest, North American Serials Interest Group 18th Annual Conference, 26 - 29 June 2003, Portland, Oregon, USA. For more information, please see <http://nasig.org/public/NASIGCallforpapers2003.htm>.
ELSIN 2003 - Bridging Theory & Practice, European Learning Styles Information Network, Centre for Management and Organisational Learning (CMOL), 30 June - 2 July 2003, Hull, United Kingdom. For further information, please see <http://www.elsinnet.org.uk/>.
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