[Libs-Or] Northwest ILL & Resource Sharing 2020 Conference – Call for Proposals
steeles at ohsu.edu
Wed Jan 29 13:03:42 PST 2020
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Mark your calendars!
The 19th annual Northwest Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing Conference will take place September 10-11 2020, at Portland Community College – Sylvania in Portland, Oregon. Look for registration opening sometime in Late April 2020.
Our Keynote speaker this year is Scott Brown, Senior Cybrarian at Oracle Inc. and the author of “Social Information: Gaining competitive and business advantage using social media tools” (2012, Elsevier/Chandos). Scott also serves as adjunct faculty with the iSchool at San Jose State University and teaches regularly for other information science programs. With over 20 years of experience in library and information settings, Scott is a regular writer and speaker on many areas of information work.
For more information, visit NWILL.org<https://nwill.org/news>
Call for Session Proposals
The NWILL Conference Program Committee invites proposals for lightning rounds (7 minutes) and regular sessions (45 minutes) of interest to interlibrary loan and resource sharing practitioners from all over North America.
Would you like to be involved in a panel discussion? Can you do a 5 - 7 minute presentation on a topic below and feel comfortable answering questions or leading a discussion with a group of 3 - 5 other people? Please let us know on the proposal form linked below.
The following topics are of interest to the Program Committee and have been requested by previous attendees. We welcome proposals on other topics as well:
· Emergency planning
· ILL for public, small, and special libraries
· ILL for underserved communities
· What does your ILL community look like?
· System migration and ILS
· Alternatives to CONTU
· Management or training / Upward management
Those whose proposals are accepted will receive free registration.
Submit your proposals here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1o2OIOzKmty3z5Sl-cojmhU56AGOqPi4y_t62imMYSPM> - Deadline for Proposals is March 6, 2020
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