ACM SIGWEB cordially invite you to attend the 12th ACM/IEEE-Computer Society Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2012). JCDL is the premiere international conference focused on digital libraries, and associated organizational, practical, social, and technical issues. The event addresses a broad spectrum of topical areas, and is open to all emerging and established educators, industry leaders, researchers, and students working in the field of digital library research and development. This year's conference takes place in Washington, D.C. and is co-hosted by The George Washington University and The Library of Congress. More information is available from the conference website,http://jcdl2012.info, including a schedule of sessions and paper abstracts.
A number of papers by ACM members and invited keynote speakers have been chosen to amplify the thrust of the conference; most notably George Dyson, author of Turig's Cathedral. The venue is located in the heart of the U.S. capital city, with easy access to affordable accommodations, significant cultural attractions, and a variety of transportation options. Registration discounts are provided to ACM members for full-conference and single-day registrations. See the hotel conference website Accommodations and Registration pages for more details <http://jcdl2012.info/>.