Organizer: Deepanjali MishraContact the Seminar Organizers
In the era of digitalization, the world has shrunk and has succeeded in bringing people closer than expected. It has provided a social platform which enables people to interact with an individual, group of users anywhere irrespective of time. It has assisted in various academic, non academic as well as social activities which has made lives more easier. Various researches have been conducted that explored the versatile use of the Internet by the language communities and there has been growing research with various strands based on the possibilities of new technologies for the revitalization as well as for the documentation and preservation of cultures. Digitalization could indeed be the best possible methodology to revive the indigenous culture and folk traditions and practices all over the world and would be useful to demonstrate innovative technologies and prototypes, including digital repositories, digital archives, virtual museums and digital libraries, which result from established practices and achievements in the field. This proposed volume is expected to bring out the contributions of renowned researchers, academicians and folklorists across the globe who are working in this field which would be resourceful to all researchers, linguistics and learners in the field of Digitalization of Cultural studies.