The deadline for submitting Paper Presentation proposals for the 18th Distance Library Services Conference is this Sunday, April 23!
The conference will be held April 11-13, 2018, in downtown San Antonio, TX, at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio, right off of the famed Riverwalk.
What is a Paper Presentation? The Paper Presentation format requires that you write a paper and then present at the conference. Your paper will be published in both the conference proceedings and later in special issues of the Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. Your presentation is an opportunity to share issues, findings or conclusions related to your paper.
The average attendance for the past three conferences was 273, so in addition to your paper being published in the Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, you will benefit by presenting at a smaller, focused conference with ample networking opportunities.
Proposals should fall into one of three general tracks:
Teaching & Learning (e.g. technologies, strategies, instructional design, assessment, best practices, successes/failures)
Marketing & Outreach (e.g. advocacy, assessment, collaboration, strategies)
User Experience (e.g. assessment, best practices, initiatives, student success)
If you want to share your research, projects, or ideas with others providing library services online or at a distance, you won’t find a better place to do it! Submit your Paper Presentation proposal soon!
To submit a proposal, please visit http://libguides.cmich.edu/dls2018/call_for_proposals