[Asis-l] Call for proposal - AIB CILW 2016 Conference

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Call for proposals - AIB CILW 2016 Conference

The AIB Study Group on Cataloguing, Indexing, Linked Open Data and Semantic
Web (CILW), part of the Italian Library Association (AIB), launches a call
for proposals for the "AIB CILW 2016 Conference" to be held at the National
Library in Rome, October 21, 2016. The Conference is organized in
collaboration with AIB Lazio and the National Library in Rome.

The Conference aims at presenting research and initiatives related to
theoretical, methodological and technological innovation in the area of
LAMMS (Libraries, Archives, Museums, Monuments and Sites), with particular
regard to Linked Data and Semantic Web technologies.

The title of the Conference is "Revamping Information Resources:
Granularity, Interoperability, and Data Integration".

The second session is devoted to "The universe of cultural resources:
between eurekas and concrete actions" and will be organized through a call
for proposals. The main purpose is to get contributions from scholars all
around the world on theoretical and practical aspects of this area of
research. The contributions will take the form of lightening talks and can
be delivered either in Italian or in English.

The deadline for submission is June 20, 2016. Please note that the deadline
may be extended.

Further information at:

The full program along with detailed information on registration and
logistics is expected to be published in June.

The Conference website is at:

The AIB CILW Study Group site is at:

Please forward this message to anyone who might be interested.

Best regards,

Roberto Raieli (AIB CILW Study Group, chair)
on behalf of the AIB CILW study Group
AIB Study Group on Cataloguing, Indexing, Linked Open Data and Semantic Web
e-mail: raieli at aib.it
e-mail: cnc at aib.it
website: http://www.aib.it/struttura/commissioni-e-gruppi/cnc/

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