About National Law University Delhi
Prof. (Dr.) G.S. Bajpai
Professor and Registrar, NLUD
Director, Peace Palace Library, ICJ, Netherlands
Dr. Priya Rai
Deputy Librarian & Head, NLUD
Dr. Akash Singh
Assistant Librarian, NLUD
Dr. Shantanu Ganguly
Fellow, TERI, New Delhi
Interaction between Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh, Vice Cahncellor, NLU, Delhi with Mr. Antonio Roman, Argentina
Digital transformation is the integration of digital
technology into different areas, fundamentally changing the way we operate and
deliver value to stakeholders. It demands a radical and cultural switch over that
requires organizations to continually challenge, experiment, and get
comfortable with the future. This new digital landscape has gathered new tools and
technologies and range of perspectives on digital transformation not only in
the education system, but also in public services through various disruptions,
to improvise the sustainable lifestyle using data, information and knowledge.
These stimulus transformations accelerate productivity as well as growth and are instrumental in addressing pressing challenges and harness skills of privacy, security and social interactions. Digital preservation is a formal endeavour to ensure that digital information of continuing value remains accessible and usable. It combines with three commissions together and integrates such as Policies, Strategies and Actions to fortify access to reformatted and born digital content. Whereas Digital Privacy is a trending social concern, the privacy protection debates have sparked many controversies and bolster issues of social security.
New age Information and Knowledge Centres are struggling with conflicts over surveillance, secrecy and protection of intellectual freedom in the new paradigm shift which is privacy centric. For effective digital transformation implementation, it is important it should be inclusive, coherent and a holistic approach towards digital rights policy proficient with meteoric pace of changes. This international conference will focus on the discussion and deliberations on many of the issues emerging out in relevance to digital transformation as many sectors of Research and Knowledge industries are still at the early stages of such profound transformation.
Why Digital Transformation
technology has transformed the landscape of engagement, libraries and
information centers, in such a way that impacts every area of knowledge
operation. This means managing transition to a digitally driven model isn’t
just critical to accelerate speed of information services but it’s crucial to
knowledge survival. The top three reasons digital transformation is so
important in research and information industries are:
Acceleration of Change – The pace of digital change is rising exponentially, making it very difficult to maintain a position of an information center irrespective of the fields, and requiring an acceleration of new digital innovative solutions to academic and special library centers.
Digital Competition – Publication Companies are under ever increasing pressure to compete digitally, and long established business models are being disrupted by “born digital” start-ups. This competition needs to be cope by various library centers for update their clienteles.
Change in Expectations – Researchers and other patrons expect a good experience across all touch points, a library manager must ensure their interactions are seamless and exceptional.
Change in Access to Knowledge – Anytime, Anywhere for Anyone. The revolutionary change in the content, context and technology. Libraries need to work 24X7 outside the wall to facilitate fast and expedite services to its clienteles.
To discuss the issue related to data security and privacy in digital era
To get an exposure of various tools and techniques used in the digital transformation process
Increase opportunities to share innovative practices and concepts across the procession, national and internationally, and among all data centres.
Increase recognition of and support for experimentation with innovative and transformational ideas.
Help libraries and information centres make use of new and emerging technologies by promoting and supporting technological experimentation and innovation.
Increase leadership development and training opportunities designed to support information systems.
Topics of Discussion
Preservation Issues of Scholarly Literature in Digital Era
Policies, Rules and Regulations framed for handling digital born and digital converted scholarly information.
Privacy Issues arisen using digital information platform.
Copyrights and licensing issues of digital contents
Knowledge management and Role of MOOCs in Education
Trans border flow of information in digital aeon
Speakers and Delegates
ICDT 2018 would witness the following combinations of speakers from variety of fields.
International Speakers having sound knowledge and expertise in digital information management, social media and other relevant issues.
Ministers/Policy Makers from concern Ministries, Government Departments Experts/Higher Officials from Various Ministries.
Scientists and Innovators contributed in development of Digital Transformation in various aspects of social life viz. AADHAR, E-Governance, Government Public Information Dissemination.
Professors and working Professionals having deep concern about issues like copyrights, privacy and digital right management.
Leading Librarians and Information Scientist doing marvellous in the field of digital information management and dissemination.
Government of India Official involved in developing MOOCs and Swayam Programmes facilitating free access to education.
At the ICDT 2018, we expose and explore the newest and greatest challenges related to the application of emerging technologies today. The event will include:
Provocative keynotes by pioneers in emerging technologies.
A pane of leaders in digital transformation from India and abroad will share their experiences in this transformation journey.
A diverse crowd of over 500 Professors, IT Professionals, information Science Practitioners, scholars and researchers, entrepreneurs, and students from India and Beyond.