All sessions will be held at the Paul Robeson Campus Center, 350 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Newark, NJ

Schedule updated June 20, 2pm

Sunday, June 19

9am - 5pmTutorials
  • 9am - 5pm: Introduction to Digital Libraries - Room 226
  • 9am - 12pm: Information Extraction for Scholarly Digital Libraries - Room 237
  • 1pm - 4pm: Introduction to the Digital Public Library of America API - Room 237
9am - 5pm: Doctoral Consortium - Room 235

Monday, June 20

9am - 10:30am: KeynoteMaria Zemankova, National Science Foundation (NSF) - Essex Room
    slides: PDF, PPT (w/active links)
11am - 12:30pm: Paper Session 1 - Wikipedia and Newspaper Analysis  - Room 226
Session Chair: Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Querylog-based Assessment of Retrievability Bias in a Large Newspaper Corpus
    • Myriam Traub, Thaer Samar, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Jiyin He, Arjen de Vries and Lynda Hardman
  • Digital History Meets Wikipedia: Analyzing Historical Persons in Wikipedia
    • Adam Jatowt, Daisuke Kawai, and Katsumi Tanaka
  • Quality assessment of Wikipedia articles without feature engineering
    • Quang Vinh Dang and Claudia-Lavinia Ignat
  • Glyph Miner: A System for Efficiently Extracting Glyphs from Early Prints in the Context of OCR
    • Benedikt Budig, Thomas C. Van Dijk and Felix Kirchner
11am - 12:30pmPaper Session 2Curation and Education - Room 237
Session Chair: Edward A. Fox, Virginia Tech
  • Enhancing Scholarly Use of Digital Libraries: A Comparative Survey Review of Bibliographic Metadata Ontologies
    • Jacob Jett, Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller, Timothy W. Cole, Kevin R. Page and J. Stephen Downie
  • Data Curation with a Focus on Reuse
    • Maria Esteva, Sandra Sweat, Robert McLay, Weijia Xu and Sivakumar Kulasekaran
  • Unraveling K-12 Standard Alignment; Report on a New Attempt
    • Byron Marshall, Rene Reitsma and Carleigh Samson
  • Research on the Follow-up Actions of College Students' Mobile Search
    • Dan Wu and Shaobo Liang
12:30pm - 2pm: Lunch - Room 255
2pm - 3:30pm: Panel 1 - Issues of Dealing with Fluid Data in Digital Libraries - Essex Room
Session Chair: Byron Marshall, Oregon State University
  • Soo-yeon Hwang (Organizer) - School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University
  • Melissa Cragin - National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Michael Lesk - School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University
  • Yu-Hung Lin - Rutgers University Libraries
  • Daniel O'Connor - School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University
2pm - 3:30pm: Paper Session 3 - Web Archiving - Room 237
Session Chair: Martin Klein, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Routing Memento Requests Using Binary Classifiers
    • Nicolas J. Bornand, Lyudmila Balakireva and Herbert Van de Sompel
  • The Dawn of Today's Popular Domains: A Study of the Archived German Web over 18 Years
    • Helge Holzmann, Wolfgang Nejdl and Avishek Anand
  • ArchiveSpark: Efficient Web Archive Access, Extraction and Derivation
    • Helge Holzmann, Vinay Goel and Avishek Anand
3:30pm - 4pm: Plenary Community Meeting (and coffee break) - Essex Room
Session Chairs: Michael L. Nelson (JCDL Steering Committee Chair) and Sally Jo Cunningham (TCDL Chair)
4pm - 5pm: Minute Madness - Essex Room
Session Chairs: Luis Francisco-Revilla and Ian Milligan
5:15pm - 7pm: Poster Session and Reception - University Club Room

Tuesday, June 21

9am - 10:30amKeynote - Rachel Frick, Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) - Essex Room
slides: PDF
11am - 12:30pm: Paper Session 4 - Search - Essex Room
Session Chair: Xiaozhong Liu, Indiana University
  • Low-cost semantic enhancement to Digital Library metadata and indexing: Simple yet effective strategies
    • Annika Hinze, David Bainbridge, Sally Jo Cunningham and J. Stephen Downie
  • Desiderata for Exploratory Search Interfaces to Web Archives in Support of Scholarly Activities
    • Andrew Jackson, Jimmy Lin, Ian Milligan and Nick Ruest
  • Content Selection and Curation for Web Archiving: The Gatekeepers vs. the Masses 
    • Ian Milligan, Nick Ruest and Jimmy Lin
  • Towards Better Understanding of Academic Search 
    • Madian Khabsa, Zhaohui Wu and C. Lee Giles
  • Investigating Cluster Stability when Analyzing Transaction Logs 
    • Paul Clough and Daniel Grech
12:30pm - 2pm: Lunch - Room 255
2pm - 3:30pm: Panel 2 - Preserving Born-Digital News - Essex Room
Session Chair: Vivek Singh, Rutgers University
  • Edward McCain (Organizer) Donald W. Reynolds Institute, University of Missouri Libraries
  • Matthew Weber - School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University
  • Martin Klein - University of California Los Angeles Libraries
2pm - 3:30pm: Paper Session 5 - Q&A and Gaming - Room 237
Session Chair: Sally Jo Cunningham, University of Waikato
  • Experimental Evaluation of Affective Embodied Agents in an Information Literacy Game 
    • Yan Ru Guo, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Hurizan Bin Hussain Muhamad, Boon Kuang Ong and Zichao Lei
  • Evaluating the Quality of Educational Answers in Community Question-Answering 
    • Long Le, Chirag Shah and Erik Choi
    • Best Student Paper
  • Music Information Seeking via Social Q&A: An Analysis of Questions in Music StackExchange Community 
    • Hengyi Fu and Yun Fan
4pm - 5:30pm: Paper Session 6 - Publication Mining - Essex Room
Session Chair: Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio, University of Padua
  • PDFFigures++: Mining Figures from Research Papers 
    • Christopher Clark and Santosh Divvala
  • Comparing Published Scientific Journal Articles to Their Pre-print Versions
    • Martin Klein, Peter Broadwell, Sharon Farb and Todd Grappone
    • Vannevar Bush Best Paper
  • Extracting Academic Genealogy Trees from the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations 
    • Wellington Dores, Fabricio Benevenuto and Alberto Laender
  • Probabilistic Assignment of Medical Subject Headings to PubMed Records Based on References and Abstract Similarity 
    • Adam Kehoe and Vetle Torvik
6:30pm - 9pm: Conference Banquet at the Newark Museum

Wednesday, June 22

9am - 10:30am: Paper Session 7 - Recommendation and Prediction - Essex Room
Session Chair: Edie Rasmussen, University of British Columbia
  • Profiling vs. Time vs. Content: What does Matter for Top-k Publication Recommendation based on Twitter Profiles? 
    • Chifumi Nishioka and Ansgar Scherp
  • Early Prediction of Scholar Popularity 
    • Masoumeh Nezhadbiglari, Marcos Goncalves and Jussara Almeida
  • Evaluating Link-based Recommendations for Wikipedia 
    • Malte Schwarzer, Moritz Schubotz, Norman Meuschke, Corinna Breitinger, Volker Markl and Bela Gipp
11am - 12:30pm: Keynote - Stephen Bury, New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) - Essex Room
slides: PDF

2pm - 5pmWorkshops (PM)
  • Accessing Cultural Heritage at Scale - Room 255
  • Physical Samples and Digital Libraries - Room 235
  • Web Archiving and Digital Libraries (WADL) - Room 237
  • Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications (WOSP) - Room 226

Thursday, June 23

9am - 12pmWorkshops (AM)
  • Physical Samples and Digital Libraries - Room 235
  • Web Archiving and Digital Libraries (WADL) - Room 237
  • Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications (WOSP) - Room 226
  • Joint Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced IR and NLP for Digital Libraries (BIRNDL) - Room 255
2pm - 5pm: Workshops (PM)
  • Joint Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced IR and NLP for Digital Libraries (BIRNDL) - Room 255