News from 2009
The organizing committee for DC-2009, the ninth International Conference on Dublin Core™ and Metadata Applications, to be held in Seoul, Korea, 12-16 October 2009, is pleased to announce the keynote speakers for DC-2009: Eunchul Lee, Michael Crandall and Alistair Miles.
The submission deadline for the Call for Tutorials for DC-2009 has been extended to 1 June 2009. The call remains open for proposals for Introductory and Advanced tutorials.
The DCMI Executive would like to remind organizations involved in DCMI activities of the DCMI Partnership Program. The Partnership Program is intended for organizations that want to associate themselves with DCMI and provide financial support to the activities of DCMI.
A revised "Guidelines for Dublin Core™ Application Profiles" by Karen Coyle and Thomas Baker has been published as a DCMI Recommended Resource.
The DCMI Tools Community is excited to announce a workshop on issues and challenges regarding the implementation of metadata schemes. The Workshop will take place in Zadar, Croatia, on Friday 29 May 2009 during the Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) conference.
The DCMI Social Tagging Community has issued a Call for Participation for a Workshop to be held at the ELPUB2009 Conference on 10 June 2009 in the Sala Napoleonica at the Universit di Milano, Palazzo Greppi, Via S.
In the last months, two new members have been appointed to the DCMI Oversight Committee. In early 2009, Schubert Foo was appointed as representative of the National Library Board Singapore, while recently Samantha Starmer was appointed as the fourth independent member of the Oversight Committee.
As of today, the Korean Library Association (KLA) has joined the National Library of Korea (NLK) as co-host for DC-2009 to be held 12-16 October 2009 in Seoul, Korea.
The Call for Papers for DC-2009, this year's International Conference on Dublin Core™ and Metadata Applications, to be held in Seoul, Korea, 12-16 October 2009, is now closed.
DCMI is interested to establish contact with organizations that are interested to host next year's conference and workshop in North America and therefore has published a Call for Expressions of Interest.