DCMI Virtual 2021

Conference

The theme of 2021 DCMI Virtual is Metadata Innovation. The programme will include virtual, invited and moderated sessions including keynotes, best practice sessions, expert panel discussions, invited talks, tutorials, and student and member forums, and will run from October 4th, 2021 to October 15th, 2021.

 

Each DCMI Virtual session will run in one of three ‘time-slots’, designed to increase the availability of the event to people in a range of timezones:

  • Zone A: 07:00 SFO / 10:00 NY / 14:00 UTC / 16:00 Berlin / 23:00 Seoul
  • Zone B: 24:00 SFO / 03:00 NY / 07:00 UTC / 09:00 Berlin / 16:00 Seoul
  • Zone C: 14:00 SFO / 17:00 NY / 21:00 UTC / 23:00 Berlin / 06:00 Seoul

Programme

Registration is required to participate in the DCMI Virtual 2021 Conference.

Here is the direct link to the registration (https://dublincore.org/conferences/2021/registration/)

Date and Hour
04 October 2021 15 October 2021
Venue
Online

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