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Monday, February 21st, 2011 Tutorial at ESWC2011 announces the Tutorial on Digital Libraries: Foundations & Interoperability during the Extended Semantic Web Conference, 29 May – 2 June 2011, Heraklion, Greece. The half-day Tutorial focuses on the Reference Model, a conceptual framework for Digital Libraries, coupled with real-world examples and a hands-on session. The aim of this tutorial is to introduce the audience to the state-of the art in Digital Libraries documenting the significant effort towards building a common language to express key issues surrounding interoperability.
The tutorial covers the core concepts characterising Digital Libraries: content, functionality, user, policy, quality and architecture. The tutorial features a rich mix of presentations, interactive discussion, demos and hands-on with comprehensive examples of existing systems that apply semantic technologies to help exemplify abstract concepts. Participants will come away with a conceptual framework and new knowledge on’s approach to Digital Library Interoperability, Best Practices and Modelling Foundations enhancing their research and professional practices.  To ensure maximum impact, will provide tutorial attendees with a Virtual Reading List and pointers well ahead of the event.

  • Yannis Ioannidis, University of Athens
  • Donatella Castelli, Institute of Information Science & Technologies, National Research Council of Italy
  • Leonardo Candela, Institute of Information Science & Technologies, National Research Council of Italy
  • Katerina El Raheb, University of Athens

Target Audience
The tutorial is designed for researchers and practitioners dealing with different aspects of semantic technologies, specifically Information Scientists, PhD candidates, Engineers, Digital Library Designers and Administrators, as well as Digital Libraries Managers, Librarians and Information Scientists attending ESWC 2011.

Bookmark and Share Workshop: Digital Libraries & Open Access. Interoperability Strategies

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 is delighted to announce our next and final workshop on 4 February 2011 at the British Academy in London. The Workshop gathers together international experts on Digital Libraries and Open Access repositories (OARs), providing a forum to:

  • Trigger a multi-disciplinary debate about research on Digital Libraries and Open Access.
  • Discuss project results, and existing frameworks and best practices for interoperability within the communities of practice.
  • Propose common strategies for interoperability: start discussing how to implement a mechanism for exchanging, sharing and integrating results between DLs and OARs communities.
  • Create new connections and partnerships, and explore ways for a closer cooperation between researchers and the communities of practice.

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The Workshop addresses interoperability challenges within the context of digital libraries and open access repositories, along the perspectives of content, user, functionality, policy, quality and architecture, the six core domains captured in the Reference Model. Targeted at Library and Information Science researchers and professionals, and to the Open Access community, the event is of interest to people involved in developing interoperability frameworks or models, and people involved in the implementation of digital libraries, institutional, subject or learning object repositories, and associated services across a broad range of communities of practice.

International Experts

Peter Burnhill, EDINA, University of Edinburgh, UK

Pablo De Castro, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Wolfram Horstmann, University of Bielefeld, Germany

Heather Joseph, SPARC, U.S.

Hans Pfeiffenberger, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany

Experts on Outputs

Leonardo Candela,  National Research Council of Italy

Vittore Casarosa, National Research Council of Italy

Perla Innocenti and Giuseppina Vullo – HATII, University of Glasgow

Introduction and Chair of Round Table on Common Strategies for Interoperability

Seamus Ross, Dean and Professor, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, Canada

Places are limited due to venue capacity. Early registration is highly recommended. More details here.

Bookmark and Share Event: Education & Research on Digital Libraries, 9 Nov, Parma

Monday, November 1st, 2010 1-day seminar on Education & Research on Digital Libraries

Date: 9 November 2010, Parma, Italy
Venue: Biblioteca Civica, University of Parma, Vicolo Santa Maria 5, Parma, 9.00-17.30.
Registration: Participation to the seminar is free, but for organizational reason it is necessary to register in advance. Please send an email with your name and your affiliation to Christin Mollenhauer (
Hosts: European project, DILL International Master, University of Parma

New strategic alliance: has forged an alliance with Digital Library Learning (DILL), a Master Programme under the European Union’s Erasmus Mundus Programme with the aim of offering a springboard on education and training on digital libraries.

Event in detail

Parma, setting for Seminar, 9 Nov 2010

The information society in general and digital libraries in particular can be researched from different perspectives and angles: Digital libraries are, for example, technological systems and can be researched as such; but they are also organizations and they can be researched also in that respect; they are arenas for information seeking behaviour and for social processes such as learning and knowledge sharing, which can be another dimension of research; they are collections of content that need curation (collection, description, preservation, retrieval, etc); they are social institutions with a social mandate, and as such they are affected by social, demographic and legal issues.
This  one-day seminar, as a forum for discussion between the research communities participating in the activities and the communities of Digital Library education in Europe. The main aim of the seminar is to energise thinking on research and education in digital library and explore ways fto foster closer co-operation between them.

  • Start discussing how to implement a European scale mechanism for exchanging, sharing and integrating research results into education in digital libraries.
  • Start defining research topics suitable for PhD students to ease the integration of research done in European projects and research done in Universities.
  • Discuss how the interoperability research results of can be transferred to education in digital libraries.

Seminar features include presentations on the topic and a round-table debate.

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Friday, July 9th, 2010

The Birds of a Feather (BoF) session on 7 July at the Open Repositories conference in Madrid helped highlight not only the focus of in terms of addressing Digital Library and Repository Interoperability but also the value-add of several of the project’s outputs in terms of guiding developers and key decision-makers in the creation of digital repositories.

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One attendant from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (U.S.) commented positively on the growing trend, over the last few years, for libraries to engage with computer scientists and share ideas and know-how as an effective way of ensuring developments deliver value-add for end-user communities. Projects like are seen as important contributors in the DL space in general and in terms of paving the way for interoperability in particular. Discussions highlighted how educational institutions at the early stages of repository development could well be in a fortunate position as they leverage the kind of outputs  produced by and initiatives forming part of its Working Groups:

  • The Digital Library Manifesto – currently part of the Digital Library Reference Model – a condensed version of the Manifesto will be published in July 2010.
  • DRIVER Guidelines
  • Cookbook – a portfolio of best practices and existing solutions with the aim of  providing an organised, pragmatic, comprehensive and effective description of ways to address interoperability by evaluating interoperability scenarios, issues and solutions. The rationale behind the Cookbook is to provide a common language for people operating in the field. The Reference Model was the first step towards fostering a common understanding and approach, ensuring shared terms of reference for any discourses on Digital Library reference modelling. The interoperability scenarios serve primarily to classify the different solutions that exist rather than propose a new solution. A Ready for Comment version of the Cookbook will be published this Summer. DL professionals and practitioners will be kindly invited to send us suggestions and feedback.
Bookmark and Share Quality and Policy @ OR2010

Friday, July 9th, 2010

The 5th International Conference on Open Repositories (OR2010, 6-9 July 2010, Madrid, Spain) explores key topics to ensure that repositories develop in a way that brings value-add to end-user communities in fields as diverse as cultural heritage, scientific research and government. One key topic on the agenda is Interoperability Policy with a dedicated session on Tuesday 6 July. The session was attended by around 70 people from across Europe and beyond interested in learning more about technical and archival collaboration; repositories in a grid curation environment, and policy and quality frameworks. The latter facet was presented by Giuseppina Vullo, University of Glasgow and co-ordinator of the project’s Working Group on Quality.

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The talk explained the different levels of policy interoperability – the higher business level that is instantiated at a lower process level, explaining why quality interoperability is a dynamic concepts with several subjective facets, how is investigating existing solutions while pinpointing new research that is needed, as well as defining a policy and quality framework. The approach adapted aims to be as pragmatic as possible so as to bring real value-add to professionals operating in the Digital Repository and Library space. The guidelines produced by the European project DRIVER with regard to digital preservation were highlighted as a key document for practitioners and policy makers. Another key document is the EC’s Interoperability Framework for eGovernment Services.

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OR2010 – Keynote by David De Roure

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

David De Roure, University of Southampton

David De Roure from the University of Southampton opened the conference with a keynote on linked data and repositories, spotlighting the myExperiment initiative. myExperiment is a  collaborative environment where scientists can safely publish their work flows and experiment plans, share them with groups and find those of others. This means that work flows and other digital objects (called “Packs”) can be swapped, sorted and searched like photos and videos on the Web. But myExperiment is a lot more than a social network for scientists as it is designed around the real needs of scientists and with the aim of fostering the next generation of scientists to contribute more actively to a pool of research activities, share outcomes and build relationships along the way.

The team behind myExperiment has embraced linked data as a way of bringing additional value-add (albeit requiring some extra work), in that data published on the web can be interlinked to help researchers spot patterns and make important connections across their own and other disciplinary boundaries more easily.

The keynote is available at: More information on myExperiment can be found at:

myExperiment brings together the universities of Manchester and Southampton through funding from: JISC Virtual Research Environments and Repositories programmes; EPSRC myGrid and e-Research South platform awards;
Microsoft Research Technical Computing Initiative and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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