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News for 2018

DCMI 2018 Conference - Call for Papers (deadline extended)

The deadline for the call for papers for the DCMI Conference, 2018, has been extended to 7th May 2018. This year's conference should be an exciting one. As well as the usual mixture of theoretical research and practical development, we will be co-located with the TPDL 2018 conference in the beautiful location of Porto, Portugal. Delegates will have access to both conference programmes with a single registration! Full details, including instructions on how to submit proposals, deadlines etc.

DCMI 2018 Keynore Speakers Announced

DCMI is pleased to announce that the three keynote speakers for this year's conference (colocated with TPDL2018) will be Natalia Manola, Herbert Van de Sompel and Medha Devare. All three are leading figures in their areas, and together will undoubtedly provide a variety of engaging and, in some cases, challenging viewpoints! Natalia Manola Herbert Van de Sompel Medha Devare Read more about our keynote speakers, and don't forget - it's not too late to submit a paper to the conference!

LRMI Vocabularies Announcement

DCMI and its LRMI Task Group are pleased to announce the publication of a set of controlled vocabularies (enumerations) for use with existing schema.org learning resource properties. The properties have been described using the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) and serialized in Turtle. These vocabulary additions can be found on the LRMI website at http://lrmi.dublincore.org/specifications/concept_schemes/. Alignment Type for use with schema.org/alignmentType Educational Audience Role for use with schema.org/audience Educational Use for use with schema.

DCMI 2018 Conference - Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for the DCMI Conference, 2018, has been issued! Full details, including instructions on how to submit proposals, deadlines etc. can be found on the DCMI Conference Submission website. More general information about the conference, venue, location etc. can be found on the DCMI website.

DC-2018 Announced

We are pleased to announce that DCMI's annual international conference, DC-2018, will be hosted by the University of Porto in Portugal, from September 10th - 13th. We are also pleased to announce that the conference will be co-located with the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL) annual international conference The conferences will deliver two, parallel programmes of peer-reviewed papers, tutorials and workshops. Delegates will register once, and will then be free to choose between the two programmes, with some plenary sessions (keynotes) and social events bringing all delegates together.