10th European conference on research and advanced technology for digital libraries -- 17-22 Sep, Alicante, Spain

July 10, 2006

Brussels, 07 Jul 2006

The 10th European conference on research and advanced technology for digital libraries will take place from 17 to 22 September in Alicante, Spain.

The special topic of this year's conference is 'Towards a European digital library', which aims to emphasise the contribution of the European research community to efforts by the European Commission to develop a common digital library.

The conference will also include presentations and discussions on the following topics:

  • concepts of digital libraries and digital content;

  • collection building, management and integration;

  • system architectures, integration and interoperability;

  • information organisation, search and usage;

  • multilingual information access and multimedia information handling;

  • user interfaces for digital libraries;

  • user studies and system evaluation;

  • digital archiving and preservation: methodological, technical and legal issues;

  • digital library applications in e-science, e-learning, e-government and cultural heritage.
Further information

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2006
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