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Call for Posters


Online Poster Submission

 

Important Dates:

        Deadline for Receiving Abstracts: September 30, 2012
         
Deadline for Receiving Posters :November 16, 2012

 

Topics for Submission include but not limited to:

        ●  Biodiversity
         ●  Data Sharing/ Information Sharing     
         ●  Disaster Management
         ●  Environmental History
         ●  GIS

         ●  Public Health
         ●  e- Archives
         ●  e- Culture
        
e- Heritage        
         ●  e- Learning
         ●  e- Libraries
         ● 
 e- Museums        
         ●  e- Publishing
         ●  e- Resource
         ●  Collaboration - Building a Collaborative Research Universe
         ●  Community - Digital humanities and Social Sciences in the Interest of Society
         ●  Virtual Cultural Information - Management, Analysis, Visualization and Interaction
         ●  Digital Text - New Horizons in Text Integration, Analysis and Visualization
         ●  Cultural Atlases - Integration, Visualization and Complexity
         ● 
Open Knowledge - Sharing Cultural Heritage
        


About Poster Sessions

PNC 2011 Poster Sessions include 「Poster Competition」 and 「Demonstration Zone」:
I.「Poster Competition」
: There are two tracks for this competition- "Librarian Poster Competition" and
     
"General Poster Competition." All participants are required to give an oral orientation. Winners will be selected
        and awarded after evaluation of the Grading Committee. Below please find detailed regulation and grading standards
        for both competitions:   
 

           A. "General Poster Competition"
                
                   "General Poster Competition" selection criteria are:
                  (1) Main Theme and Research Methodology (40%)
                           - Originality and creativity
                           - Methods are clear and appropriate for the objectives
                           - Background and objectives are clearly stated
                  (2) Conclusion and Contribution (40%)
                           - Conclusions are supported by data
                           - Level of project difficulty
                  (3) Poster Production (20%)
                           - The flow of the poster is easy to follow and interpret
                           - Tables, figures and/or written results are succinct          
 

      
             B. "Librarian Poster Competition"
                    Topics for submission in the "Librarian Poster Competition" should be related to one of the following domains:
                    ● e-Libraries
                    ● e-Learning
                    ● e-Publishing
                    ● e-Resource
                    
                    "Librarian Poster Competition" covers a broad range of subjects, grouped according to such areas as
                    management, collection developments, technology, reference, and library services to special groups, etc.
                    It provides the opportunity for library professionals and those working with digital content and technology
                    from around the world to share their successful ideas by presenting a research study report, a practical
                    problem-solving effort, or an innovative library program; and to allow staff to formulate project and brush up
                    their presentation skills as a form of staff development opportunity.
                    
                    "Librarian Poster Competition" emphasizes on staff development instead of comparison among digital
                    libraries or information organizations. Library staff will be encouraged to practice their skills in logistic
                    thinking, writing, information organization and presentation skills, etc, and to reflect their competence from
                    their individual works.

                     "Librarian Poster Competition" selection criteria are:
                  (1) Idea Originality and Significance of the Project (30%)
                           The submissions will be assessed according to the originality of idea of the project, including its
                           innovativeness, creativity and its significance to the library and information professions.
                  (2) Visual Effects (30%)
                           The posters will be assessed according to the design, visual impacts, their relevance with the project
                           and whether they can bring out the theme of the project.
                  (3) Oral Presentation (40%)
                           Participants will be assessed according to their styles of writing, logistic thinking, information organizing
                           skills and presentation skills.         
                   
II.「Demonstration Zone」: Poster demonstration only. Any vendors or Institutions are very welcome to take this
       opportunity  show their research results related to the conference main theme.

.      

Application & Submissions:

Participants to Poster Sessions must submit one duly completed Abstract and a Poster:

●  Call for Poster Forms Submission
   

1. (Recommended) Submit your abstract On-line via PNC 2012 Paper and Poster Submission System.


2. Please download Call for Poster Form, enter your information directly on the form, and save is as WORD format. Submit the Call  for Poster form to PNC Secretariat at PNC@gate.sinica.edu.tw by September 30, 2012.


    * Notes: poster digital image submission is optional and should be submitted
as a PDF or JPEG file

 

Important Notice:

1. Poster Sessions participants are required to register.


2. For Poster Competition participants, at least one author needs to register and attend the competition in person.

 

3. For Demonstration Zone participants, one of the authors should still register even none of the participants could attend the                 conference in person. The abstract will NOT be included on the PNC 2012 Website without registration.

4. Without prejudice, the Organizing Committee of the Poster Sessions reserves the rights to accept or reject any applications.

5. For any inquires. please contact the Secretariat at PNC@sinica.edu.tw.


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