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Welcome to the 10th Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries - IRCDL 2014

IRCDL is a yearly deadline for Italian researchers on Digital Libraries related topics. One of the focus of IRCDL 2014 is on emphasizing the multidisciplinary nature of the research on digital libraries which not only goes from computer science to humanities but also crosses among areas in the same field ranging, for example, from archival to librarian sciences or from information management systems to new knowledge environments. This is a continued challenge for the DL field and there is the need to continue to contribute to improve the cooperation between the many communities that share common objectives.

Another focus of IRCDL 2014 is on the profound change that is happening on the world of scientific communication, where the object of scientific communication is no longer a linear text, although digital, but an object-centric network that consists of text, data, images, videos, blogs, etc. This change is likely to change the nature and the role of the Digital Library and its relationship with the thematic data center. It is vitally important that this change is presented and discussed at IRCDL 2014.

The aim of IRCDL 2014 is once more to provide the opportunity to explore new ideas, techniques, and tools, and to exchange experiences also from on-going projects.

The IRCDL conferences have been launched and initially sponsored by DELOS, an EU FP6 Network of Excellence on digital libraries, together with the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Padua. Over the years IRCDL has become a self sustainable event that is supported by the Italian Digital Libraries Community. The 2014 edition is under the patronage and it is sponsored by the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Padua.

See IRCDL for information on previous editions and the DBLP entry for information on proceedings and publications of past IRCDL editions.

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