INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

: A Cognitive learning towards artificial intelligence

Last date for Registration: 05th September 2019

CALL FOR PAPER DATE EXTENDED:  30th July 2019

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATIONS  EXTENDED:  31st May 2019 (Expired)

              Delegates
 Students and Research                   Scholars
   Delegates
  Students and Research                   Scholars
                  $50
  $50
  INR 2000/-
 INR 800/-
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CONFERENCE FEE

Delegates
 

    Students and Research                   Scholars

   Delegates
   Students and Research Scholars
$65 
   $55
   INR 2500/-
  INR 1000/-
Papers selected would only be printed in case of registration of at least one author. The registration may be submitted in the form of DD in the favour of Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab payable at Patiala and send to Organizing Secretary, ICDT-2019, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Sidhuwal, Bhadson Road, Patiala-147006, Punjab.

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Conference secretariat happy to announce call for papers among academic community, professionals, research scholars and students to discuss and deliberate various current nature of issues pertaining to digital transformation. Original, unpublished manuscripts based on research and innovative ideas are invited to present in presence of academic and professional communities during the event not later than 30th July 2019. The paper may be submitted on the any one or in the combination of sub-themes indicated below:

LIBRARY REDESIGN FOR NEXT USER GENERATION

  • New Generation at the library: behavioral patterns.
  • Challenges and services for special abled in libraries with special needs
  • New Generations’ Perception of Library Service.
  • Resource and Service Requirements of the New Generation
  • Information provision for the New Generation

OPEN ACCESS INITIATIVES AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (OSS)

  • OSS and their impact on the library today
  • OSS and its implications
  • OSS and Libraries: Case Study Content Management Software Open            Access Educational Resources
  • Role of the Academic Journal Publisher and Open Access Publishing             Models Open Access Publishing
  • Open Access Policies

SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYSIS AND INTERNET PRIVACY

  • Social Media Tools and E Learning
  • Integrating library collections into commercial services                                   (e.g.Amazon.com, Google Books etc.)
  • Social Network Analysis and Internet Privacy Issues
  • Web 3.0 and Future of Internet
  • Social Search and Retrieval Systems
  • Mobile Social Networking and Mobile web

KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER, INNOVATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Knowledge Management and Repository
  • Building of Institutional Repository
  • Co-ordination of repositories in digital Era
  • Electronic Resource Management
  • Convergence of Knowledge  Management and Learning
  • Emerging Issues of Bibliometric and Impact Management

DIGITAL APPROACHES & REVOLUTION


  • Collection Development in polices in Digital Age
  • Data Structures, Frameworks, and Models
  • Data and Information Retrieval
  • Open Data, Open Access &  Innovation management
  • Challenges in transforming the libraries into digital world

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND DIGITAL ARCHIVES

  • Emerging and innovative Technology application in Libraries
  • Trends on E-Publishing and Digital Archives
  • Sustainable Digital Preservation for Libraries, Archives and Museums
  • Digital Scholarship and Publishing
  • Electronic Thesis and Dissertation
  • Artificial Intelligence applications in Education

RESEARCH ETHICS : GLOBAL DIMENSIONS OF IPR

  • IPR issues in Research and Creative Works
  • IPR laws and Judicial Institutions
  • Copyright Laws & Policies
  • Patent laws, challenges and Remedies
  • Digital Licensing: Issues and Challenges
  • Digital Rights and Management
  • Plagiarism and Piracy in digital world
  • Legal Protection of Databases

APPLICATION OF ICT IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTERS

  • Technological Innovation in Libraries
  • Library website Development Tools and Technique
  • Educating and empowering the users in digital environment
  • Challenges of ICT applications in libraries with special needs
  • RFID: Information Security Management
  • M-OPAC, WEBOPAC, OPAC

Submission Guidelines

Submission of full papers (not more than 5 pages) with an abstract in approximately 200 words, keywords and references on A4 size paper with margin 1.5 cm on all sides in MS Word format in 12 points New Times Roman type single line spacing. Length of the paper should not exceed 4000 words. Details such as name of the author, designation, title of the article, abstract, name of the affiliating institution, mailing address, telephone number, fax number and E-mail address are to be included. Paper should be plagiarism free. Before publication paper submitted would be checked through Urkund similarity Check Software. The paper submitted must not have been previously published or presented elsewhere.


The Programme Committee will have the right to edit the papers. Selected papers will be published in the proceedings. The selected papers will be published as edited book with ISBN number in print or digital format. Paper may be submitted in co-authorship. However, it is mandatory to register at-least one author of the paper who wish to present paper. The paper may be submitted to [email protected], icdt2019@rgnul.ac.in before last date. Important dates are enlisted as under: