Call For Papers - International symposium titled "Digital Libraries: Sustainable Development in Education
International symposium titled "Digital Libraries: Sustainable Development in Education
Call For Papers
Digital Libraries for Accessible Education
Inclusive and equitable access to digital libraries for diverse learners
Strategies to overcome barriers to accessing educational resources
Enhancing accessibility for marginalized communities and persons with disabilities
Digital Literacy and Skills Development
Innovative approaches to promoting digital literacy through digital libraries
Digital skills development for lifelong learning and employability
Digital libraries as platforms for upskilling and reskilling initiatives
Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Access
Creation, curation, and dissemination of OER through digital libraries
Licensing, copyright, and intellectual property issues in open-access resources
Collaborative models for sustainable development and sharing of OER
Technology and Innovation in Digital Libraries
Applications of emerging technologies (AI, ML, NLP, AR & VR etc.) in digital libraries
Metadata standards and digital preservation in the age of rapid technological advancements
User experience design and user-centric innovations in digital library interfaces
Policy and Governance for Digital Libraries
Policy frameworks for the sustainable development of digital libraries
Copyright and fair use considerations in digital library ecosystems
Ethical issues in data collection, privacy, and security in digital libraries
Authors are invited to submit original research papers, case studies, or conceptual papers addressing the above themes or related topics. Submissions should contribute to advancing knowledge, providing insights, and sharing best practices in leveraging digital libraries for sustainable development in education.
Papers must be written in English and should adhere to academic standards.
Submissions should be in .doc or .docx format and follow a standard academic paper structure.
The maximum paper length should be 6,000 words (excluding references).
Authors should include a theme of the paper (choose from the list of themes of the symposium), clear title, abstract (250 words maximum), keywords, and author affiliations with contact information.
All submissions must be original work and should not have been previously published or be under review elsewhere.