Online Northwest 2019
Online Only: Thinking about Content, Practices, and Equity
Call for Speakers
Deadline: December 10th, 2018 at 5pm
Conference date & location: March 29, 2019 at Portland State University, Portland OR
Theme: Online-Only: Thinking about Content, Practices, and Equity
Online Northwest is a one-day conference focusing on the intersection of libraries, technology, and culture. The conference explores how technology is applied within library settings and its impact on access and services for patrons. Academic, public, school, and special librarians are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.
Online Northwest seeks proposals for 45-minute panels and 7 minute lightning talks, workshops, and presentations on topics related to our conference theme: Online-Only: Thinking about Content, Practices, and Equity, especially with respect to following tracks and topics:
Online-only Information Literacy Instruction
Technology Trends: Security, Accessibility, Technology Skills
Data: Librarianship, Data Management, Project Management
Open Access: Social Justice, OER, Open Research
In addition, proposals that address other online-only aspects of librarianship are welcome as well!
Proposals will be accepted until 5pm on December 10, 2018. To submit a proposal, follow this link and create an account: http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/cgi/ir_submit.cgi?context=onlinenorthwest
For more information about Online Northwest, please see our website: http://onlinenorthwest.org/ . Information about conference registration will be posted shortly.