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LITA at ALA Annual 2018

The program submission deadline has been extended to:

Tuesday September 5, 2017

Submit Your Program ideas for the 2018 ALA Annual Conference 

New Orleans LA, June 21-26, 2018

The LITA Program Planning Committee (PPC) is now encouraging the submission of innovative and creative proposals for the 2018 Annual American Library Association Conference. We’re looking for 60 minute conference presentations. The focus should be on technology in libraries, whether that’s use of, new ideas for, trends in, or interesting/innovative projects being explored – it’s all for you to propose. Programs should be of interest to all library/information agency types, that inspire technological change and adoption, or/and generally go above and beyond the everyday.

  • Submission Deadline: September 5, 2017
  • Final Decisions: September 29, 2017
  • Schedule of Sessions Announced: November 8, 2017

For the first time, proposals will be accepted via one submission site for all ALA Divisions, RoundTables, Committees and Offices. This link to the submission site will redirect to the ALA log-in page. All submitters are required to have an ALA profile, but are not required to be ALA members.

Help and details on making a successful submission are on the LITA Forms web site.

We regularly receive many more proposals than we can program into the slots available to LITA at the ALA Annual Conference. These great ideas and programs all come from contributions like yours. Submissions are open to anyone, regardless of ALA membership status. We welcome proposals from anyone who feels they have something to offer regarding library technology. We look forward to hearing the great ideas you will share with us this year.

Questions or Comments?

Contact LITA at (312) 280-4268 or Mark Beatty, mbeatty@ala.org

Nineteenth International Conference on Grey Literature ‘Public Awareness and Access to Grey Literature’

Rome, Italy on 23-24 October 2017

The GL19 Call for Posters is now open. Participants who seek to present a poster are invited to submit an English abstract between 300-350 words. The abstract should describe the project and/or related information product or service. The conference venue is only able to accommodate a limited number of digital and physical posters. Timely registration is your guarantee of placement on the conference program as well as an opportunity to win the Poster Prize 2017 http://www.textrelease.com/gl19callforposters.html

GreyNet International
Grey Literature Network Service

Javastraat 194-HS

1095 CP Amsterdam

Netherlands

T/F +31-(0) 20 331 2420

Email: info@greynet.org

Url: http://www.greynet.org


Dedicated to Research, Publication, Open Access, Education, and Public Awareness to Grey Literature

ETTLIS2018: 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Emerging Trends and Technologies in Libraries and Information Services

ETTLIS2018: 2018 IEEE International Symposium on  Emerging Trends and Technologies in Libraries and Information Services

Bennett University
Noida, India, February 21-23, 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS

The ETTLIS 2018 intends to bridge the gap between different areas of library and information services, digital information management, science and technology. This platform will address a large number of themes and issues. The symposium will feature original research and working papers, case studies on design and implementation of digital information systems, as well as emerging trends and technologies in library and information services through paper presentation, demonstrations, workshops and practitioner presentations.

https://easychair.org/cfp/ettlis2018

E-Learn

October 17-20, 2017

Vancouver, British Columbia

Second call for papers due August 22, 2017

For more information go to:  https://ucs.psu.edu/zimbra/public/launchNewWindow.jsp?skin=beach&localeId=en_US&full=1&childId=27

To submit a proposal go to: https://conf.aace.org/elearn/submission/

ER&L (Electronic Resources and Libraries) Workshops 2018

ER&L is currently seeking workshop proposals and ER&L 101 courses for the 2018 conference, to be held March 4-7, 2018 in Austin, Texas.
What is an ER&L Workshop?
A workshop is a 4-hour intensive course designed to take the attendee into subject matter with a knowledgeable instructor. Workshops are typically interactive with instruction spanning exercises and practical applications to supplement the instruction. Workshops will be held 1-5 pm on Sunday, April 2nd and Wednesday, April 5th.
NEW FOR 2018: ER&L 101
Along with workshops, ER&L is also looking for half-day courses to help introduce an attendee to a foundational area of librarianship (such as licensing, e-book management, troubleshooting) or an emerging but important topic starting at an introductory level. These courses would not require background knowledge of the topic and would be appropriate for a practitioner new to e-resources or as an introduction to a new topic. These courses will be held 1-5 pm Sunday, March 4th and will be part of a larger set of 101 sessions throughout the ER&L conference.
Submission Deadline: Friday, August 18, 2017
Workshop proposals may be submitted via ProposalSpace at https://proposalspace.com/calls/d/782
Further information is available online at https://www.electroniclibrarian.org/2018-call-for-workshops/
Please direct any questions to ER&L staff at hello@electroniclibrarian.org.

ALA Video Round Table Program Committee (VRT), ALA New Orleans 2018

Thinking about attending the ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans (June 21-26, 2018)?

Have you worked on any projects or activities involving film or video at your institution?

The ALA Video Round Table Program Committee (VRT) would like to encourage you to submit program proposals for one-hour informational sessions at ALA Annual on just about anything related to video and libraries! Please note that you will not be submitting directly to the VRT Program Committee but through the ALA Program Proposal Submission Site (login or create a new account to enter).

Proposals are due in just a few weeks so get them in soon – the deadline is August 25, 2017!

Instructions for submitting your proposal are available online.

Sample ideas include but are not limited to:

  • Are you finding new ways to promote films to your community?
  • Are you doing anything interesting in curating your film collections?
  • Have you made library promotional videos?
  • Have you created video tutorials?
  • Are you using film clips (or gifs) in instruction?
  • Have you created a media center for your patrons?
  • Do you work with your patrons in video creation?
  • Are you involved with film or video preservation?
  • Have you offered special film programming/events at your library?

ALA is especially looking for program ideas that encourage collaboration and support diversity and submissions from all types of libraries (public, school, academic, special) are welcome.   

Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, & Adaptive Learning: Keeping up with big data

ICEM Graduate Students Panel Presentations in Emerging Technologies

AECT 2017 conference, Jacksonville, FL., U.S.A.

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
November 7 – November 11, 2017
Jacksonville, Florida        

An active professional community should observe and facilitate the contributions of graduate students.  ICEM-USA has long history of support for graduate students’ professional and personal growth. ICEM-USA is committed to build and support a learning community for ICEM graduate students.

Goals

  1. This panel discussion is a collaborative session that provides a forum for graduate students from all over the world to share their research and practices in emerging technologies at AECT 2017 conference, Jacksonville, FL., U.S.A.

  2. Up to six panelists will be selected.  Each student would have 5-10 minutes (vary from the numbers of participants)  to present their current research or practices on the annual emerging technology theme.

  3. An ICEM-USA professional member will facilitate this panel discussion while ICEM-USA professional members will serve as commentators at the end of the discussions to support graduate students panelists to continue and improving their professional growth in the theme topics.

Theme for 2017: Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, & Adaptive Learning: Keeping up with big data

  • Any topics in the annual theme, particularly the combinations of different areas, but not limited to.

  • The topics can be research based, practices, technology demonstration, case study etc.

 Eligibility:

  • Any graduate students who study anywhere on earth at the time of submitting the proposals.

  • If the proposal is accepted, the participants are required:

    • to agree to present at the AECT annual conference

    • to register for the AECT annual conference.

    • to join as an AECT student member

Submission

  • Proposal Due Date: July 20, 2017

  • Author Notification: July 31, 2017

  • Proposal: One-page in length.  E-mail to Chih-Hsiung Tu at: Chih.Tu@nau.edu

For more information see: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kB-dx–GYZ2mp5DE52hMfR14YMdaaL_dpih13D1yWCA/edit?usp=sharing

Please forward any correspondence to Chih-Hsiung Tu Ph.D., ICEM-U.S.A. Deputy, at Chih.Tu@Nau.edu.

 

LLAMA Proposals ALA Annual New Orleans

LLAMA is now accepting program proposals for the 2018 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans, June 21-26. Please note that beginning in 2018, all programs will be one-hour long.

To begin your online proposal, log into the ALA system by clicking on the link below. Anyone can submit a proposal, regardless of membership status.

When completing the proposal form, be sure to select the Library Leadership and Management Association to have your proposal reviewed by LLAMA.

Program Proposal Submission Site (login or create a new account to enter)

Submission Deadline: August 25, 2017

Additional information about submitting a proposal can be found using these links:

ALA Program Proposal Process Information

Program Submission Information Packet

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Cheers.

Fred

Fred Reuland
Program Officer, Continuing Education
Library Leadership and Management Association
A division of ALA
50 East Huron Street
Chicago, IL 60611
312-280-5032
freuland@ala.org 

2017 ACRL/NY Annual Symposium

Call for Poster Submissions:

The Greater New York Metropolitan Area Chapter of ACRL is soliciting poster proposals for its December 1st 2017 Symposium. The theme of this year’s symposium is exploring the mission of academic and research libraries in the 21st century information environment.

We are interested in case studies and concrete examples of ways in which the changing information landscape has and will continue to affect the mission of academic and research libraries.

Examples include, but are not limited to: ·       Information literacy, students, and crises of authority in the contemporary information world ·       The academic librarian as research advisor ·       Educating new librarians for the 21st century academic library mission ·       Challenges related to preservation, accessibility and discoverability of research-valuable information.

Selection will be done by a blind review; please do not include any identifying information in your abstract.

Proposals can be submitted athttps://acrlnyforms.wufoo.com/forms/z5jimza067i5kk/

Proposal deadline: Monday, September 4th.

The 2017 ACRL/NY Annual Symposium will be held on Friday, December 1st at the Baruch College (CUNY) Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010. Successful candidates will be notified by early October.

On the day of the Symposium, you will be expected to arrive by 8:30 am, set up by 9:00 am and stay through the end of the day (3:45 pm). Posters will be displayed on 5’x2’ tables and cannot be displayed on walls.

If you have questions about the poster selection process, please contact Maureen Clements at mclements2@mercy.edu

Privacy and Security for Today’s Library

We hear a lot about how to handle difficult patrons, cybersecurity, and protecting patron data. However, other areas of security and privacy often get overlooked.  Have you thought about your library’s equipment and even the building itself?

On September 21, 2017, Amigos Library Services will be hosting an online conference, Privacy and Security for Today’s Library, where we will explore why security and privacy is currently a hot topic for libraries. Has your library addressed issues related to the wide spectrum of security and privacy? If so, would you share your story in a 45-minute session? We are interested in presenters from public, academic, and special libraries. For the opportunity to speak at our online conference, please submit your proposal by Friday, July 7. Don’t worry if you’ve never presented online; it’s easy, and we are happy to train you and provide technical support during your presentation. Submit your proposal today at https://www.amigos.org/node/4518.