International Conference on Digital Libraries is one of the most important events devoted to the field of digital libraries. ICDL 2010, with theme, “Digital Libraries: Shaping the Information Paradigm”, will address the strengths and potential of digital libraries and their role in education, cultural, social and economic development. It will provide a worldwide platform for the experts, researchers, academics, and scholar students, to present their views and ideas on topics relevant to digital libraries. The conference will allure information to scientists and professionals from a wide range of disciplines, including those involved in digital libraries research and practice, from across the globe.
International Conference on Digital Libraries will cover many topics including: Digital libraries development, architecture, and management, Content management in DLs, Information storage and retrieval for global access, Multiliguality and interoperability issues, Digital rights management, Digital preservation and access management, DL case studies, Semantic web, KM and organizational repositories, E-Learning and e-publishing, DL standards & policy, Open archive initiatives, Role of digital libraries in education, cultural, social and economic development, ODOL (Open, distance and online learning), Multimedia content, Virtual support to distance learners Web based methodologies (web 2.0, wiki, etc.), E-resources management for distance learners, Access management, M-learning technology, and Open educational resources.
The targeted visitors at International Conference on Digital Libraries – ICDL 2010 are: Library and Information Science professionals, Information Technology professionals, Knowledge workers, Policy makers, Educationists, Archivists, Content and knowledge managers, IT Service providers, Information providers and vendors, Museologists, Electronic publishing and virtual electronic communities, and All stakeholders in the digitization and knowledge business.