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The 22nd Int. Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL2020)
             Nov 30 – Dec 1, 2020 (online conference)

Organized by Kyoto University, University of Tsukuba and ICADL Steering
Committee in collaboration with Asia-Pacific Chapter of iSchools


+++++++++++Call for Work-in-Progress Papers++++++++++++++++

International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL), which
started in Hong Kong in 1998 and over the years traveled many countries in
the Asia-Pacific region, is known as a major digital library conference and
is also ranked as “Core A” conference. Along with JCDL and TPDL, ICADL is
held annually as one of the three top venues for connecting digital
library, computer science and library and information science communities.
This year ICADL will be held online from November 30 to December 1, 2020
and according to Japan time zone. ICADL conference will also collaborate
with Asia-Pacific Chapter of iSchools (AP-iSchools) in this year.
Many emerging research areas such as Digital Humanities, Open Sciences,
Social Informatics originated from digital library research over the past
decades, and it is essential that ICADL continues as a platform for
scholars to connect and develop in these emerging as well as extant areas.
ICADL 2020 is planned as a forum for researchers to exchange ideas and
discuss together across domains for innovative digital information
environment especially during a time of pandemic, upheavals in work,
culture, health services and so on. An important feature of ICADL is the
diversity of the Asia-Pacific region in many aspects – languages, cultures,
social systems, development levels and technologies. This diversity will
bring new ideas and thoughts to the participants.
This year the conference will be held online same as many other related
events due to COVID-19 pandemics. Presentations will be then performed
online as well as they will be also recorded and disseminated later for
open access by the community. There will be no attendance fee (for both the
authors and non-authors), and only prior registration of the attendees’ and
presenters’ information is required. The conference is free for anyone to

Proceedings of ICADL 2020 will be published by Springer as an LNCS volume,
which is indexed by SCOPUS.

In this call we invite Work-in-Progress papers. A Work-in-Progress paper is
a concise report of preliminary findings or other types of innovative or
thought-provoking work that does not necessarily reach a high level of
completion but is relevant to the scope of ICADL2020.

This year the conference theme is "Digital Libraries at Times of Massive
Societal Transition – Collaborating and Connecting Community during Global
Change –".

- Submission deadline for Work-in-Progress papers: July 30, 2020
- Acceptance Notification (tentative): August 20, 2020
- Camera Ready Copy of Papers: September 20, 2020
- Attendee and Author Information Registration Deadline: November 15, 2020
- Conference: November 30 - December 1, 2020

We invite submissions on diverse topics related to digital libraries and
related fields including (but not limited to):

Information Technologies, Data Science & Applications
• Information retrieval and access technologies to digital libraries content
• Data mining and information extraction
• IoT and digital libraries
• AI for digital libraries
• Knowledge discovery from digital libraries content
• Infrastructures & development of Web Archives
• Data science techniques and digital libraries
• Semantic Web, linked data and metadata technologies
• Ontologies and knowledge organization systems
• Applications and quality assurance of digital libraries
• Research data and open access
• Visualization, user interface and user experience
• Social networking and collaborative interfaces in digital libraries
• Personal information management and personal digital libraries
• Performance evaluation
• Information service technologies in digital libraries
• Bibliometrics and scholarly communication in digital libraries
• Curation and preservation technologies in digital libraries
• Information organization support

Cultural Information & Digital Humanities
• Cultural heritage access and analysis
• Digital history
• Scholarly data analysis
• Scientometrics
• Access and usage of Web Archives
• Community Informatics
• Collaborations among archives, libraries, museums
• Collection development and discovery
• Digital cultural memory initiatives
• Memory organizations in the digital space
• Digital preservation and digital curation
• Digital library/digital archive infrastructures
• Digital library education and digital literacy
• Higher education uses of digital collections
• Research data infrastructures, management and use
• Information policies
• Participatory cultural heritage

Social Informatics and Socio-technological Issues in Digital Libraries
• Data analytics for social networks
• Socio-technical aspects of digital libraries
• Sustainability of digital libraries
• Research methods for digital libraries during social isolation times
• Roles of digital libraries for isolated societies
• Digital libraries for learning, collaboration and organization in the
networked environment
• Societal and cultural issues in knowledge, information and data
• Intellectual freedom, censorship, misinformation
• Intellectual property issues
• Policy, legal, and ethical concerns for digital libraries
• Social, legal, ethical, financial issues of Web Archives
• Social policy issues on digital libraries
• Information behavior analysis with digital libraries
• Social science with digital libraries
• Information work and digital libraries
• Information economics and digital libraries
• Education with digital libraries
• Participatory cultures and digital libraries
• Digital scholarship and services
• Open data initiatives and utilization

All submissions have to be in English as PDF files. Papers should follow
Springer Computer Science Proceedings guidelines (
All submissions are to be submitted via the conference’s EasyChair
submission page ( The
submission process is single-blind. The lengths of Work-in-Progress
submissions should be as follows:

• Work-in-Progress papers: 4-6 pages + references

Every paper will be evaluated by at least 3 members of Program Committee.
The accepted papers will appear in the main conference proceedings and may
have allocated time in the conference program for oral presentations using
a presentation platform to be chosen later (e.g., ZOOM).

Conference Co-Chairs:
- Adam Jatowt (Kyoto University, Japan)
- Atsuyuki Morishima (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Program Committee co-chairs:
- Emi Ishita (Kyushu University, Japan)
- Natalie Pang (NUS, Singapore)
- Lihong Zhou (Wuhan University, China)

Panel chair:
- Shigeo Sugimoto (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Publicity co-chairs:
- Ricardo Campos (INESC TEC; Ci2 – Smart Cities Research Center,
Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, Portugal)
- Songphan Choemprayong (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
- Chei Sian Lee (NTU, Singapore)
- Jiang Li (Nanjing University, China)
- Akira Maeda (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
- Hao-Ren Ke (NTNU, Taiwan)
- Min Song (Yonsei University, Korea)
- Sueyeon Syn (Catholic University of America, USA)

Web & Media co-chairs:
- Thalhath Rehumath Nishad (University of Tsukuba)
- Shun-Hong Sie (NTNU, Taiwan)
- Di Wang (Wuhan University, China)
- Nadeesha Wijerathna (University of Tsukuba)
- Karuna Yampray (Dhurakij Bundit University, Thailand)

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