Program schedule for DC-WIS 2014 is annouced. DC-WIS presenters and participants should register to Tutorial/Workshop in addition to the main conference.
The guidelines for Chairpersons and Presenters (Oral/Poster) have been posted at http://icadl2014.cmu.ac.th/page-participants_guidelines/. Please visit the link for information about the presentation sessions and other details.
Registration for ICADL 2014 tutorial and workshop sessions is now open at http://icadl2014.cmu.ac.th/page-registration_form/. The sessions will be held on November 5th in Chiang Mai, Thailand as a part of ICADL2014 conference.
The sessions’ highlighted topics include:
Please see http://icadl2014.cmu.ac.th/page-program_schedule/ for the abstracts and full schedules.
The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel has offered special discount rates for all participants in ICADL2014. Please use the reservation form provided in this link to directly make your reservation with hotel.
Please accept our apology for the delay in disclosing the list of the accepted papers.
The list of the papers is enclosed here. All authors whose paper have been accepted will also be notify individually by emails.
Notes on current political situation (Updated)
As you might be aware of the political situation in Thailand through various news coverage, please rest assured that this has minimal effect toward the daily lives in Thailand.
The ICADL2014 conference will be held in Chiang Mai, a city in northern Thailand. There are direct flights to Chiang Mai International Airport or with a single-stop at Suvarnabhumi Airport which is in the outskirt of Bangkok.
|13-May-14||Authors, who have not yet submitted the abstract, are welcome to submit the full papers in Springer Verlag format by June 15, 2014|
|13-May-14||Authors of the selected best papers will be invited to submit the extended versions of their papers to be published in "Chiangmai Journal of Science" which are indexed by ISI|
|31-Mar-14||Abstract submission deadline has been extended to 10-May-14|
Theme – The Emergence of Digital Libraries Research and Practices
Valuable and rapidly increasing volumes of data are produced or transformed into digital form by all fields of sciences, humanities and social sciences. Over the past ten years the digital libraries community in Asia-Pacific has developed good practices and interdisciplinary research, providing significant results such as conceptual models, added value infrastructures, digital contents, storage and retrieval tools, standards and services...
ICADL2014 welcomes submissions in the areas that resonate with (but not limited to) the theme of “The Emergence of Digital Libraries Research and Practices”. The Topics of the conference are divided into 5 areas, of which the “Digital Humanities” is specifically highlighted because it is an emerging issue and the aspect of Asia-Pacific’s digital humanities is quite unique and exclusive which must be valuable for sharing in an international forum...