The 17th Distance Library Services Conference is heading to Pittsburgh in 2016, and we want you to help build on over 30 years of thought-provoking contributions in the field of distance librarianship.
The DLS Conference is the library profession’s premier event for sharing research, ideas, and best practices in providing library resources and services at a distance or online. Topic areas include but are not limited to:
Session formats include Contributed Papers, Poster Sessions and Workshops.
The professional benefits of presenting at the DLS Conference include:
- Opportunity to present at a small conference with international appeal
- Contributed Papers are published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning
- Ample networking opportunities
- Discounted registration
If you have a topic of interest to distance librarianship, please visit http://libguides.cmich.edu/dls2016/proposals for more information about submitting a proposal. The submission deadline is April 7, 2015.