ER&L and EBSCO could help fund your project! The 2015 ER&L/EBSCO Library Research Fellowship will fund a project impacting eresources management, measuring and evaluating use, users and usage.
Round 1 applications are due next week, Thursday, August 28. Round 1 is a short form to provide a project overview.
After a short peer review process, leading candidates will move into a Round 2 proposal where more details including a project outline and budget are required. The Fellowship awards up to $4000. The winning project will be evaluated quarterly and given a stage at ER&L 2015 and other venues to share your work.
Visit http://electroniclibrarian.org/erlplus/fellowship/ for the award application and summary, as well as to view the 2014 winning ER&L/EBSCO Library Research Fellowship project from NC Live entitled, “Making Usage Data Meaningful.”
Upcoming ER&L Dates & Deadlines
8/29 – ER&L/EBSCO Library Research Fellowship Applications Due
8/29 – Call for Workshops Due – Submit: http://www.electroniclibrarian.com/conference-info/workshopcall15/
9/1 – Call for Session Proposals Opens
10/1 – ER&L @ The Digital Shift – More info: http://electroniclibrarian.org/libraries-archives-and-museums-at-the-intersection-of-history-and-technology/
10/14 – Call for Session Proposals Due Date
10th Anniversary Electronic Resources and Libraries
February 22-25, 2015