Wednesday, August 19, 2009

CFP: Third International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL)

CFP: Third International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL)

The rapid growth of information technology has thrown up enormous opportunities in the growth of digital libraries (DL). Seeing the potential of leveraging IT as a tool for learning and bridging the knowledge gap, we have already conducted two international conferences on digital libraries since the year 2004 with varied themes successfully with overwhelming response.

The Third International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL) is being organized during 23-26 February 2010 jointly by TERI and IGNOU. The theme of the Conference is “Shaping the Information Paradigm”. The conference will focus on creation, adoption, implementation and utilization of digital libraries, e-learning and a knowledge society. Special conference sessions
and tutorials shall be devoted on the theme related aspects to the digital library, the technologies applicable in open and distance education system. There are more that 50 International speakers will share their view. Please join there to share your experience.

In view of your experienced and valuable professional contribution, we invite you to submit a paper for conference session and tutorial proposal. We solicit your experienced and valuable contribution for the successful organization of this mega event. Further information Please visit

International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL)
Shaping the Information Paradigm
New Delhi * 23 – 26 February 2010

Venue: Conference at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi • 24–26 February 2010
Tutorial at IGNOU, Convention Centre, New Delhi • 23 February 2010

Important dates

Submission of full papers 15 September 2009
Notification of acceptance of paper with comments 30 October 2009
Submission of the final paper after incorporating comments 30 November 2009

Further details, please contact:

Organizing Secretary
ICDL Secretariat
TERI, Darbari Seth Block,
IHC Complex, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi – 110 003, India
Telephone 24682138, 24682100, 41504900
Fax 24682144, 24682145
India +91 • Delhi (0)11