ICADL 2001

The International Conference of Asian Digital Libraries (ICADL) is an annual Asian event of international participation focusing on Digital Libraries, related technologies, and issues.

The first ICADL was held in 1998 in Hong Kong
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The second in 1999 in Taiwan
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The third in 2000 in Seoul, South Korea
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ICADL - 2001 The fourth ICADL has been brought to India. ICADL 2001 follows the tradition of the previous ICADLs.

The theme of the Conference is Digital Libraries: Dynamic Landscape for Knowledge Creation, Dissemination and Management.

The scope of ICADL encompasses the full range of digital library research and practice including but not limited to information systems of all levels of digital content and granularity, means and techniques of selecting, collecting, organizing and distributing digital content; all manner of document genres and electronic publishing; searching and finding information; diverse techniques of system design, development, and implementation, interface design, hyper text/hyper media, metadata, resource discovery and federated search.

Organised by:
- University of Mysore, Mysore, India.
- Indian Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore, India.

In collaboration with:
National Information System for Science and Technology (NISSAT) DSIR, Govt. of India.
Department of Information Technology, Govt. of Karnataka, India.
Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), India.
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