We invite proposals for a paper, poster or workshop. In your proposal, please submit your full name, institutional and disciplinary affiliation, the title and abstract of your paper (max 500 words).
List of topics (non-exhaustive):
- Digital collections of cultural heritage and their innovative usage
- Usage of digital heritage sources in creating digital tools for education
- Methods in the analysis of digital memory documents and data
- Experiences in transforming handwritten documents to machine-readable text
- Digital memory data modeling, visualisation and presentation
- Critical evaluation, use and reception of digital cultural heritage
- User in archives and his/her expectations
- Questioning the borders of literature and arts in the digital era
- The perspectives of digital literature and digital culture
- Use and reception of e-books
- Personal digital storytelling and heritage collections
- Participation of users in creating the content of collections and exhibitions
- The usage of digital collections of GLAM institutions (galleries, libraries, archives, museums)
The working language of the conference is English
Paper presentations can be either 10 min + 5 min for discussion (work in progress reports) or 20 min + 10 min for discussion.
In your paper proposal, please specify your preferred category – a 20-minute paper or a 10-minute paper. Also please include three to five keywords. The abstract should be a pdf file with the last name of the (first) author as the name of the file.
If you wish to submit a workshop proposal, please contact the organisers for further details.
Please send your proposal via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for abstracts and workshop proposals is 3 June 2019
Notifications of acceptance or rejection will be sent by 21 June 2019