Workshops

TPDL 2022 workshops will provide a platform for presenting novel ideas and emerging areas in digital libraries research and practices, in a less formal and more focused way than the conference itself.

Dates

  20 September 2022


Accepted workshops

1st International Workshop on Digital Platforms and Resources for Access to Literary Heritage

  • Alessia Amelio Department of Engineering and Geology, University G. d’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara, Pescara, Italy
  • Monica Bertè Department of Literature, Arts and Social Sciences, University G. d’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara, Chieti, Italy
  • Domenico Ursino Department of Information Engineering, Marche Polytechnic University, Ancona, Italy

The 1st International Workshop on Digital Platforms and Resources for Access to Literary Heritage (DIPRAL 2022), is a premier scientific forum aiming to disseminate the recent trends, innovative approaches and future challenges in research and development of digital platforms, resources, portals, algorithms and technologies for access and preservation of literary heritage.

Websitehttps://sites.google.com/view/dipral-2022


3rd International Workshop on Reframing Research (RefResh 2022)

  • Andrea Mannocci ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy
  • Francesco Osborne KMi, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
  • Paolo Manghi ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy

The 3rd International Workshop on Reframing Research (RefResh 2022) aims to bring together researchers from both quantitative and qualitative studies, practitioners and policy-makers working in the field of academic research, scholarly communication, and knowledge production to reframe research in relation to the underlying socioeconomic and geopolitical canvas.

RefResh topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Mutual influence of research, politics, and society
  • The societal impact of research
  • Research equality, fair opportunities and access to funding
  • Gender, racial, geographical trends and biases
  • Analysis of researchers mobility and careers trajectories
  • Predatory publishing and bogus conferences
  • Misrepresentation of science and public opinion mining
  • Research and fake (scientific) news
  • Acceleration of scientific progress
  • Structure and evolution of research
  • Cross-discipline evolution & diffusion of research concepts
  • Impact of interdisciplinary research
  • Analysis of patterns and trends in academia
  • Application and analysis of the FAIR data principles
  • Impact of Open Access and Open Science mandates
  • Policymaking and strategic decisions for research
  • Traditional publishing caveats, critiques and alternatives.

Websitehttps://refresh2022.infrascience.isti.cnr.it


Linked Archives 2022 - International Workshop on Archives and Linked Data

  • Carla Teixeira Lopes Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Portugal  -  INESC TEC, Portugal
  • Cristina Ribeiro Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Portugal  -  INESC TEC, Portugal
  • Franco Niccolucci University of Florence, Italy
  • María Poveda-Villalón Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  • Nuno Freire ROSSIO Infrastructure, NOVA FCSH, Portugal  -  Europeana Foundation, Netherlands

Linked Data and Semantic Web technologies offer new digital curation and preservation possibilities. The growing interest in archival records and the availability of technologies that take and process large volumes of data is leading archives into the world of Linked Data. After the success of the first edition of this workshop, we aim to, once again, gather researchers and specialists engaged in initiatives crossing Linked Data technologies, Archives, and Cultural Heritage in general, to foster discussions on advances and challenges in this area.

Websitehttps://linkedarchives.inesctec.pt