News from 2019
Last week we delivered a successful conference in Seoul, with the tremendous support of our hosts, the National Library of Korea.
Registration is now closed.
The DCMI 2019 Programme Committee is pleased to announce that the programme for DCMI 2019 has been published. As you will see, we have an exciting programme lined up, including three great keynote speakers.
The DCMI 2019 Conference has a new track for Work-in-Progress Posters as an additional opportunity to present, share and exchange information about innovation, implementation and best practices related to metadata.
The deadline for submissions to the programme of the The Dublin Core™ Metadata Initiative (DCMI) annual international conference in 2019 has been extended to 2019-05-17.
We are delighted to welcome our newest DCMI institutional member, Library and Archives Canada (LAC). LAC is DCMI's first Canadian institutional member, so we are particularly excited to be adding Canada to those countries represented in DCMI.
The DC-2019 Hack Day will focus on new approaches to Application Profiles. After three days of paper sessions, panels, workshops, and tutorials, the Hack Day on September 26 will provide an informal space for playing with new technologies, brainstorming new ideas, forming new collaborations, or simply sharing work around your laptop.
The Dublin Core™ Metadata Initiative (DCMI) annual international conference in 2019 will be hosted by the National Library of Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, 23rd - 26th September, 2019.
The W3C Data Exchange Working Group has issued first drafts of two potential standards relating to profiles. The first is a small ontology for profile resources.