US NSF NSDL (see http://www.nsdl.org)
Other DL-based education initiatives around the globe
Using and enhancing repositories in support of education
Algorithm and program visualization for education
Topic 2 - Educating Digital Librarians, e.g.,
In CS programs
In LIS programs
Topic 3 - Other related topics related to the workshop theme can be proposed as well.
Audience 1: Those involved with iSchools, or LIS programs, or CS programs where DL is considered important, to share what they know and to learn from others so as to improve their programs.
Audience 2: Those researching, developing, or managing DLs (or repositories) focused on supporting education / training / learning.
Audience 3: Those developing modules, algorithm visualizations, or other educational resources that may be of interest to the DL community.
Audience 4: Systems librarians or digital librarians, to share what they know and to learn from others so as to extend their understanding of DLs, e.g., concepts, tools.
Interested parties are encouraged to register and attend. As many as can fit in the available space will be accepted, with priority given to those who are identified as presenters. There are two types of presenters. First, there are those speaking at one of the panels. Second, there are those presenting a poster. Each of up to 20 poster presenters will get 1 minute during the minute madness session to provide an overview of their work, and then time during the 60 minute poster/demo session. For those who cannot attend in person, but who have a valuable contribution, there will be a way to participate using Second Life.
Those wishing to present a poster or demo should send a description of their presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org by email by May 1, with Subject line "DLEW submission". A PowerPoint slide draft of a poster is recommended, but a 2-page writeup with figures/tables included also is acceptable. Final submissions of selected works are due June 1.
The following people serve on the program committee: