Call for Abstracts

Digital libraries and digital repositories are - in many ways - two sides of the same coin. This workshop brings together researchers and practitioners from both fields, and aims to transfer knowledge and connect. The target group are primarily repository researchers, developers, and managers. The workshop addresses both experiences and novel concepts with a technological and/or organisational stance.

Issues in the scope of the workshop include:

Digital repository systems and/or digital library systems of interest include:

Note that the above lists should not be considered restrictive. The final program will reflect the most interesting issues for this community.

The workshop aims to cover a variety of practical digital library development issues and how their resolution can (or cannot) be carried out in the context of the digital object repository at hand.

This workshop proposal is related to a workshop at ECDL 2006: Digital Object Repository Systems in Digital Libraries, Alicante, Spain, see Issues that have more emphasis in 2008:

Submission of Extended Abstracts

Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts, which should be written in English and prepared according to the Springer LNCS format guidelines (2 pages maximum). Authors are invited to send their manuscripts in PDF format as attachments by email to the DORSDL2 Program Committee by 30 April. Acceptance notification date is 23 May. Please, note that the submission implies the willingness of at least one of the manuscript authors to register and present the paper. Accepted contributions will be published on the workshop's web site.