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Conference topics

Official language of the conference is English. Papers undergo international double blind peer review and are indexed by EBSCO.


Submitted papers should be related to one or more of the main topics of the Conference

1. Digital Heritage (DH)
2. Information Systems and Management (IS&M)
3. Language and Data Technologies (L&DT)
4. Integration of ICT in Education (ICTiE)
5. Media and Communication (M&C)


Conference topics in detail

1. Digital Heritage (DH) 

Digitisation and records management
Digital repositories and digital libraries
Interactive multimedia content
Crowdsourcing initiatives and platforms
3D and GIS platforms and systems
Virtual curating, digital storytelling
Digital humanities

2. Information Systems and Management (IS&M)

System design, security and interface
Information and communications technologies
Open source and freeware
E-government and e-services
Blockchain based technologies

3. Language and Data Technologies (L&DT)

Natural language processing
Machine translation
Data science and big data analytics
Machine learning and data mining
Language resources
E-lexicography and e-encyclopaedic sciences

4. Integration of ICT in Education (ICTiE)

E-learning, distant learning and MOOC
Virtual and collaborative environments
Learning in digital environment
Plagiarism detection
Service-learning and ICT
Simulation and gamification in education

5. Media and Communication (M&C) 

Social media and Internet technologies
New media and new communications channels
Digital Democracy,
Digital Literacy, Media Literacy
Information Literacy, Information ethics


We accept the following paper categories

Full paper (up to 10 pages)
Finished or consolidated R&D works, to be included in one of the Conference topics. These papers will be classified as one of the following categories: original scientific paper, review or professional paper.