A detailed programme including poster and demo numbering is shown in the conference brochure.
Accepted posters for ECDL2008 were:
|José Barateiro, LNEC; Gonçalo Antunes, Manuel Cabral, and José Borbinha, INESC-ID; Rodrigo Rodrigues, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems||Digital Preservation of Scientifc Data|
|Toby Burrows and Ela Majocha, University of Western Australia||Building a Digital Research Community in the Humanities|
|Marco Dussin and Nicola Ferro, University of Padua, Italy||Design of a Digital Library System for Large-Scale Evaluation Campaigns|
|Javier Fernández, Miguel Angel Martinez-Prieto, Pablo De la Fuente, Jesus Vegas, and Joaquin Adiego, University of Valladolid||Agile DL: Building a DELOS-conformed Digital Library using Agile Software Development|
|Tzu-Yen Hsu, Ting-Hua Chen, Chung-Hsi Hung, and Sea-Hom Chou, IIS, Academia Sinica||An XML-Centric Storage for Better Preservation and Maintenance of Data: Union Catalog of NDAP, Taiwan|
|Gabriella Kazai, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Antoine Doucet, University of Caen; Monica Landoni, University of Lugano||New Tasks on Collections of Digitized Books|
|Filip Kruse, Annette Sorensen, Michael Nielsen, Jørn Thøgersen, and Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard, State and University Library; Bart Ballaux and Hans Hofman, The Dutch National Archives; John Pattenden-Fail, Seamus Ross, and Kellie Snow, University of Glasgow||A user field study: Communication in academic communities and government agencies|
|Te-Jun Lin, Ku-Lun Huang, Hsiang-An Wang, and Chih-Yi Chiu, Academia Sinica; Jyun-Wei Huang, Christine Lin, and Hung-Yi Li, Yuan Ze University||A Mechanism for Solving the Unencoded Chinese Character Problem on the Web|
|Miguel Angel Martinez-Prieto, Pablo De la Fuente, Jesus Vegas, and Joaquin Adiego, University of Valladolid||Covering Heterogeneous Educative Environments with Integrated Editions in the Electronic Work|
|Anna Mastora and Sarantos Kapidakis, Ionian University; Maria Monopoli, TEI Athens; Bank of Greece||Exploring Query Formulation and Reformulation: a Preliminary Study to Map Users' Search Behaviour|
|Alberto Pinto and Goffredo Haus, University of Milan||A Framework for Music Content Description and Retrieval|
|Ryan Shaw and Ray Larson, U.C. Berkeley||Event Representation in Temporal and Geographic Context|
|Yuko Taniguchi, Toshiba Solutions Corporation; Hidetsugu Nanba, Hiroshima City University||Identification of Bibliographic Information Written in both Japanese and English|
|Sven Vlaeminck, Stefan Strathmann, and Heike Neuroth, Goettingen State and University Library||Digital Preservation Needs of Scientific Communities: The Example of Göttingen University|
|Jakob Voß, Gemeinsamer Bibliotheksverbund||Dynamic Catalogue Enrichment with SeeAlso Link Servers|
|Junte Zhang, Khairun Nisa Fachry, and Jaap Kamps, University of Amsterdam;||Access to Archival Finding Aids: Context Matters|
Poster presentations offered researchers a unique opportunity to present late-breaking results, significant work in progress, or research that is best communicated in an interactive or graphical format. Poster presentations further provided researchers with an opportunity to obtain feedback about their work from a wide range of persons during the poster session.
Posters was displayed during poster sessions, preceded by a plenary poster spotlight presentation session. The poster sessions allowed attendees to have first-hand views of innovative digital library technologies and applications and to talk informally with system developers and researchers.