[Asis-l] DC-2003 (Seattle) paper submission deadline approaching

Joe Tennis jtennis at u.washington.edu
Mon Apr 14 11:15:52 EDT 2003

***Apologies for cross-posting***

============SUBMISSION DEADLINE APPROACHING=================

                           CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERS
                                 DC-2003--Seattle, WA, USA
                             --Paper Deadline: May 3, 2003--
              Details: http://dc2003.ischool.washington.edu/call.html

               "Supporting Communities of Discourse and Practice--
                          Metadata Research & Applications"

The full text of papers is required at initial sumission.  Significant
deadlines are as follows:
        * May 3, 2003: Contributed papers due
        * May 17, 2003: Proposals for posters due
        * June 7, 2003: Authors and poster proposers notified
        * July 5, 2003: Camera-ready copy due for papers and posters


The Committee emphasizes that the scope of the DC-2003 Conference Track is
broad in the sense that it is NOT limited to research and development
focusing solely on the Dublin Core metadata element set. Rather, the
Conference Track seeks to bring together researchers and implementers
concerned with metadata issues in a broad array of contexts as those issues
affect both cross-domain and discourse/practice community resource
discovery, retrieval, use and management.

Papers and posters in the following categories of metadata and related
topics are encouraged:

        * Conceptual models and fundamental principles
        * Globalization and localization
        * Community or domain metadata (statistical, government,
        geo-spatial, etc.)
        * Enterprise metadata
        * Metadata registries and registry services
        * Application Profiles
        * Interoperability among metadata systems and standards
        * Search engines and metadata
        * Implementation of systems and tools for metadata applications

All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the DC-2003 Program Committee and
accepted papers and posters will be published on line and in print as the
DC-2003 Conference Proceedings.  All accepted papers are expected to be
presented by one or more of the authors at the conference.


Stuart Sutton & Jane Greenberg, DC-2003 Program Committee Co-Chairs

Stuart A. Sutton, Associate Professor
The Information School
iSchool Research Commons
University of Washington
4311 11th Ave NE, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98105

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