Collaborations and Partnerships: addressing the big digital challenges together
14th International Digital Curation Conference, 4-7 February 2019, Melbourne, Australia
We’re delighted to announce that submissions for IDCC19 are now open! Some of you may already have seen announcements about the theme for the conference and an indication that we were reworking submission formats. This is now complete and we’re ready to receive your papers via conftool.
As well as the usual poster, demo and workshop submissions, we are introducing lightning talks and have merged the research and practice paper strands.
Proposers of lightning talks are invited to submit a one-page abstract (approximately 500 words) to give a 10 minute talk at the conference. Paper proposers are required to submit a 5-page extended abstract. If your abstract is accepted, you will be invited to give a 20-minute presentation at I and will be entered into an award for the best paper. You are also invited to write-up your paper in full for publication in IJDC, either as a peer-reviewed or general article. Please follow the link below to get full details of the submission process.
Paper submissions and lightning talks close on 18th June 2018.
Demos and workshop submissions close on 31st July 2018
Poster submissions close on 30th September 2018
The central focus of IDCC19 is to examine collaborations and partnerships in the field of digital curation and preservation. Submissions should address one of the topics below:
- Grand curation challenges
- Building diverse and inclusive communities
- Examples and models
- Good foundations for working together
For full call information and details of how to submit, please go to