Last chance to contribute to ELPUB 2020: Charting The Futures(s) of Digital Publishing which will be hosted by UCL Qatar in Doha on 18-21 April 2020! Submission webpage: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=elpub2020 We invite submissions of extended abstracts. All submissions will undergo a double peer-review process; invited full-text papers will be published by OpenEdition.
We are very pleased with the range of submissions for the 24th International Conference on Electronic Publishing ElPub 2020 which will take place on 18-21 April 2020 in Doha. We also had several requests to extend the deadline due to the festive period and those of you still working on their submissions can now submit … Continue reading ElPub2020 Submission Deadline extended to 10 January 2020
With 10 days left to the submission deadline for extended abstracts to the 24th International Conference on Electronic Publishing ElPub 2020 which will take place on 18-21 April 2020 in Doha, we are very pleased to see the accumulation of submissions from different countries (the map captures the countries of origin of authors who already … Continue reading 10 days left to the submission deadline of ElPub 2020
Are you a researcher or library practitioner interested in indigenous matters? If one of your New Year resolutions is to share your knowledge in this domain, here is a great opportunity to submit a paper to a special issue of IFLA Journal by 30 June 2020. IFLA Journal and IFLA’s Indigenous Matters Section are pleased to … Continue reading Call for Papers: @IFLAJournal special issue on #Indigenous matters in libraries
My experiences with Europeana At the 2019 conference of Europeana (27-29 December 2019 in the National Library of Portugal, Lisbon) I had one of the biggest surprises of my life being called forward as one of the Unsung Heroes! Europeana started awarding unsung heroes last year as way of recognising "those whose contribution to the … Continue reading A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported me for the @EuropeanaEU Unsung Hero Award in 2019
EOSC’s Evolutionary Scenarios: Perspectives for Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop on 27 November 2019, National Library of Portugal, Lisbon This year's Europeana conference started with a bouquet of engaging workshops on various aspects of digital cultural heritage. The main conference had been recorded and is available online: Watch Wednesday 27.11.2019 Watch Thursday 28.11.2019 Watch Friday 29.11.201 … Continue reading EOSC’s Evolutionary Scenarios workshop at #Europeana2019 bringing together @EoscSecretariat, #EOSChub, @EoscPillar, #SSHOC and more
Next week is the International Publishing week and we are spreading just in time for it the invitation to academics and practitioners who wish to share their insights on the future of digital publishing to have a look at the call for papers of the 24th ElPub conference which will take place on 18-21 April … Continue reading Charting the Future(s) of Digital Publishing: Share your views at ElPub2020 in Doha, Qatar
This is a copy of the call for tutorials of JCDL 2020 which will take place in Wuhan, China. The Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) is a major international forum focusing on digital libraries and associated technical, practical, and social issues. The day for tutorials is 19 June 2020 and the theme of the … Continue reading Have you seen the call for tutorials of JCDL 2020?
The traditional yearly event of the BL Labs is a source of inspiration for the international labbers' community. This year the event takes place today, 11 November and the Open a Glam Lab book is featured in the programme and will be presented by one of the contributors, Sophie-Carolin Wagner, Project Manager, Austrian National Library Labs (ÖNB_Labs), Austrian … Continue reading The BL Labs Symposium (2019) in London today is presenting the Open a GLAM lab book!
My experience at the ElPub 2019 Conference in Marseille, France Guest blog post by Zainab Iddriss, graduate of UCL Qatar, class of 2019 ElPub 2019 opening At UCL Qatar, there are many opportunities provided to students to enhance their learning path and career prospects. I particularly enjoyed one of the greatest experiences I had during my studies … Continue reading Guest post by Zainab Iddriss on her experience at ElPub 2019