|Full Paper (Total 20)|
|8||An Application Profile for Linked Teacher Profiles and Teaching Resources. (Chariya Nonthakarn, Rathachai Chawuthai and Vilas Wuwongse)|
|13||Search Effectiveness and Efficiency of Facet-based Online Catalog: A Crossover Study of Novice Users. (Tanapan Tananta and Songphan Choemprayong)|
|16||Cross Media Recommendation in Digital Library. (Jia Zhang, Zhenming Yuan and Kai Yu)|
|19||Collapsing Duplicates at Data Entry: Design Issues in Building Taiwan Citations Index. (Chia-Ning Chiang)|
|24||Knowledge Sharing by Students: Preference for Online Discussion Board vs Face-to-Face Class Participation. (Shaheen Majid, Pang Yang, Huang Lei and Guo Haoran)|
|46||The Participatory Design of an Information Literacy Game. (Yan Ru Guo and Dion Hoe-Lian Goh)|
|52||A Comparative Analysis of Children’s Reading Activity for Digital Picture Books in Local Public Libraries. (Keizo Sato, Chihiro Arakane and Makoto Nakashima)|
|53||Quality Assurance Tool Suite for Error Detection in Digital Repositories. (Roman Graf and Ross King)|
|58||A Log Analysis Study of 10 Years of eBook Consumption in Academic Library Collections. (Haley Littlewood, Annika Hinze, Nicholas Vanderschantz, Claire Timpany and Sally Jo Cunningham)|
|59||Family Visits to Libraries and Bookshops: Observations and Implications for Digital Libraries. (Claire Timpany, Nicholas Vanderschantz, Annika Hinze, and Sally Jo Cunningham)|
|60||Shared Reading of Interactive Children’s Books. (Claire Timpany, Nicholas Vanderschantz, Annika Hinze, Sally Jo Cunningham, and Kristy Wright)|
|65||Player Acceptance of Human Computation Games: An Aesthetic Perspective. (Xiaohui Wang, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Ee-Peng Lim and Adrian Wei Liang Vu)|
|67||Uses of Online Survey: a Case Study in Thailand. (Thitima Srivatanakul and Nuwee Wiwatwattana)|
|69||Cost Evaluation of CRF-Based Bibliography Extraction from Reference Strings. (Naomichi Kawakami, Manabu Ohta, Atsuhiro Takasu and Jun Adachi)|
|79||Evaluating the Academic Performance of Institutions within Scholarly Communities. (Lili Lin, Zhuoming Xu, Yuanhang Zhuang and Jie Wei)|
|83||Axis-based Alignment of Scholarly Papers and Its Presentation Slides Considering Document Structure. (Yuhei Kawakami, Atsuto Nishida, Toshiyuki Shimizu and Masatoshi Yoshikawa)|
|99||Content Profiling for Preservation: Improving Scale, Depth and Quality. (Artur Kulmukhametov and Christoph Becker)|
|113||An Evaluation Study of the Automating Metadata Interoperability Model at Schema Level: A Case Study of the Digital Thai Lanna Archive. (Churee Techawut, Lalita Tepweerapong and Choochart Haruechaiyasa)|
|114||OA Policies and the Sustainability of Digital Libraries of Scholarly Information. (Gobinda G. Chowdhury)|
|115||The Construction of an Ontologies Using Recommender Management System for Tourism Website of Northeast Thailand. (Issara Chuenta, Jaree Thongkam and Jiratta Phuboon-Ob)|
|Short Paper (Total 19)|
|14||Parameter-Free Imputation for Imbalance Datasets. (Jintana Takum and Chumpol Bunkhumpornpat)|
|17||An Automatic Library Data Classification System Using Layer Structure and Voting Strategy. (June-Jei Kuo)|
|18||Learning Object Metadata Mapping for Linked Open Data. (Noppol Thangsupachai, Suphakit Niwattanakul and Nisachol Chamnongsri)|
|22||Digital Preservation of Palm-Leaf Manuscripts in Thailand. (Prasittichai Lertratanakehakarn)|
|33||Comparative Study of Digital Repositories: A Case Study of DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology. (Alka Bansal and Dipti Arora)|
|49||Dimensions of User Experience and Reaction Cards. (Tanja Merčun and Maja Žumer)|
|55||A Simple Document-by-Document Search Tool “Fuwatto Search” Using Web API. (Masao Taku and Yuka Egusa)|
|61||Personal Digital Libraries: Keeping Track of Academic Reading Material. (Mohammed Al-Anazi, Annika Hinze, Nicholas Vanderschantz, Claire Timpany and Sally Jo Cunningham)|
|64||Widgets to Support Use of a Historical Digital Library. (Robert B. Allen and Yoonmi Chu)|
|70||Altmetrics for Country-Level Research Assessment. (Hamed Alhoori, Richard Furuta, Mohammed Samaka andEdward Fox)|
|73||Finding Co-occurring Topics in Wikipedia Article Segments. (Renzhi Wang, Jianmin Wu and Mizuho Iwaihara)|
|78||A Multi-lingual and Multi-cultural Tool for Learning Herbal Medicine. (Verayuth Lertnattee and Chanisara Lueviphan)|
|80||Computing Tag-Diversity for Social Image Search. (Eunggyo Kim, Takehiro Yamamoto and Katsumi Tanaka)|
|84||A Distributed Platform for Archiving and Viewing Cultural Artifacts in 3D. (Weeraphan Chanhom and Chutipon Anutariva)|
|107||Concept-based Cross Language Retrieval for Traditional Thai Medicine Recipes. (Jantima Polpinij)|
|109||Transformation of DSpace Database into Ontology. (Humaira Farid, Sharifullah Khan and Younus Javed)|
|112||Information Package Development of Alternative Primary Foods on 3D E-book Media. (Abdurrakhman Prasetyadi, D.W.Ari Nugroho and Fitria Laksmi Pratiwi)|
|117||Dynamic Web Application for Managing and Searching Antique and Art Object Information. (Areerat Trongratsameethong and Pongkwan Saejao)|
|118||Information Retrieval skills of Research Scholars of Social Sciences: a Study. (M.R.Murali Prasad)|
|Poster Paper (Total 12)|
|12||The Implementation of Facebook to Intellectual Properties Classroom. (Satit Phiyanalinmat)|
|15||Calligraphy Character Synthesis from Small Sample Set. (Kai Yu and Zhenming Yuan)|
|30||Research Data Repositories in Thai Universities. (Namtip Wipawin and Aphaporn Wanna)|
|37||A Comparison of Key Phrase Extraction Tools for Cross-Domain Recommender System. (Supaporn Tantanasiriwong and Choochart Haruechaiyasak)|
|44||Usage Pattern of E-Resources at EFL University, Hyderabad (A.P.), India: A Case Study. (Kanakachary Uthoju)|
|66||Development of a Book Recommendation System to Inspire "Infrequent Readers". (Shuntaro Yada)|
|71||A Comparison of Dimensionality Reduction Algorithms for Improving Efficiency of PromoRank. (Metawat Kavilkrue and Pruet Boonma)|
|72||Library Book Recommendations Based on Latent Topic Aggregation. (Shun-Hong Sie and Jian-Hua Yeh)|
|74||Query Formulation for Action Search by Bootstrapping. (Yoshinori Kitaguchi, Hiroaki Ohshima and Katsumi Tanaka)|
|86||Transforming Publication List of LIS-TW in Author Identification Services to Open Linked Data for Mobile Application. (Chao Chen Chen, Hong Shiu Liang and Shun Hong Sie)|
|88||Humanities Digital Collection Related to Yogic Science Resources. (Vinod Kumar B L and Khaiser Nikam)|
|92||Documentation and Dissemination of Kotagede's Local Wisdom by Kotagede Heritage Library: Best Practice. (Nur Cahyati Wahyuni, Lista Rantika and Imarn Zakaria)|
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