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Workshop 4: Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage

Submission Guidelines:

We invite work at all stages of development, e.g. papers which describe work in progress, emprical results, position statements, demonstration of existing systems, addressing any aspects of personalization in the cultural heritage domain.

All papers should be submitted via the online submission system, and only papers in .doc, .rtf, or .pdf formats will be accepted as submissions.

Paper submissions should follow the general AH 2008 submission guidelines and must comply with the LNCS formatting instruction as provided by Springer Author Guidelines.

  • Full papers should be up to 10 pages
  • Short papers should be up to 4 pages
  • Demo papers should be up to 4 pages
  • Position papers should be up to 4 pages

We encourage submissions of position papers, short papers and demos in order to be able to have an active discussion of the open challenges and issues in this area of research. Demos need to provide links to the systems presented.

All categories of papers will be included in the printed and in the online proceedings.


User Modeling Inc. Leibniz University Hanover L3S Research Center Adaptive Hypermedia 2008 Conference Website
Eelco Herder (L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany)