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JCDL 2015 : Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015

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Conference Series : ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries
 
Link: http://www.jcdl2015.org
 
When Jun 22, 2015 - Jun 26, 2015
Where Knoxville, Tennessee
Submission Deadline Jan 16, 2015
Categories    big data   digital humanities   libraries
 

Call For Papers

Available on September 8, 2014.

Big Data is everywhere – from Computational Science to Digital Humanities, from Web Analytics to traditional libraries. While there do exist significant challenges in other areas, for many the biggest issue of all is a digital libraries one – How do we preserve big data collections? How do we provide access to big data collections? What new questions can we pose against our big data collections? These are all digital libraries questions. How can we, the digital libraries community, stand up in the face of these challenges and inform collection builders, curators, and interface developers how to best solve their challenges? What assumptions have we been working under that no longer hold in light of Big Data? These are some of the timely questions we hope to address at JCDL 2015.

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