[Oa-italia] Workshop CFP: DC-Social Tagging: CALL FOR PARTICIPATION, Milan, ITALY, June 10th 2009

Susanna Mornati mornati a cilea.it
Dom 17 Maggio 2009 21:16:49 CEST


Workshop CFP: DC-Social Tagging: CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Date: Wednesday, 10th June 2009 (10:00 to 17:30)
Place: UniversitÓ di Milano, Palazzo Greppi, Via S. Antonio 10, Milano.
Sala Napoleonica (Milan, Italy)

http://dublincore.org/taggingwiki/2009DCSTworkshop
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The so-called Web 2.0 brought a new breadth to the Internet, and a social
perspective that seems set to stay. Services such as LinkedIn, Hi5, and
Facebook have found a place in our society. People connect to each other
through common paths. Meta-APIs such as Google's November 2007 release,
OpenSocial, enable social applications to operate across multiple sites and
services, providing a way to relate much of this data. In social
bookmarking
tools (e.g. Delicious, Connotea, Bibsonomy), and media sharing services
(such as Youtube, Flickr, Picasa, Slideshare) people are asked to tag and
otherwise annotate and share their resources inside communities or at a
global scale, creating a huge amount of user generated metadata (tags) with
a clear value for information discovery.

This workshop intends to gather all interested in such applications and
developments, and in their relationship with metadata and practices. The
themes of the workshop will be:
-         Emerging trends in social tagging.
-         Tagging communities and Web-based collaboration.
-         Web standards for resource description in collaborative
landscapes.
-         Vocabulary building from folksonomies (tag-ontologies,
tag-thesaurus, etc.)
-         Metadata and annotation management.
-         Formats for describing communities (FOAF, SIOC, etc.)
-         Analysis of online communities (SNA) through folksonomies and
tagging systems.
-         Other ways of describing information for Web 2.0 (microformats,
etc.)
Workshop Co-Chairs:
Eva MÚndez. Associate Professor. Librarianship and Information Science
Department. University Carlos III of Madrid.
Ana Alice Baptista, Assistant Professor. Information Systems Department
School of Engineering. University of Minho

--> Submissions must be sent to: emendez a bib.uc3m.es  and
analice a dsi.uminho.pt

The DC-Social Tagging Workshop is part of ELPUB 2009, the 13th
International Conference on Electronic Publishing. Registrations are open
at http://www.elpub.net/. 

We look forward to seeing you in Milan!

Susanna Mornati, CILEA
ELPUB 2009 General Chair



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