This is a conference I have to get to one of these days. This year's edition is actually going on right now in Pittsburgh -- ironically, since I'll be in Pittsburgh next week for ASEE. Had I been sufficiently foresightful, it would have made a great two week visit!
You can see the program on the Conference web site here.
The ACM also has the proceedings online already! Here's some very brief excerpts from the TOC:
- Seeking information in realistic books: a user study by Veronica Liesaputra, Witten H. Ian
- The myth of find: user behaviour and attitudes towards the basic search feature by Fernando Loizides, George R. Buchanan
- A longitudinal study of exploratory and keyword search by Max L. Wilson, m.c. schraefel
- From nsdl 1.0 to nsdl 2.0: towards a comprehensive cyberinfrastructure for teaching and learning by David J. McArthur, Lee L. Zia
- Cross-disciplinary molecular science education in introductory science courses: an nsdl matdl collection by David J. Yaron, Jodi L. Davenport, et al.
- Curriculum overlay model for embedding digital resources by Huda Khan, Keith Maull, Tamara Sumner
- Semi automated metadata extraction for preprints archives by Emma Tonkin, Henk L. Muller
- A metadata generation system for scanned scientific volumes by Xiaonan Lu, Brewster Kahle, James Z. Wang, C. Lee Giles
- Math information retrieval: user requirements and prototype implementation by Jin Zhao, Min-Yen Kan, Yin Leng Theng
- From writing and analysis to the repository: taking the scholars' perspective on scholarly archiving by Catherine C. Marshall
- A simple method for citation metadata extraction using hidden markov models by Erik Hetzner
- Portable digital libraries on an ipod by David Bainbridge, Steve Jones, Sam McIntosh, Matt Jones, Ian H. Witten