[Libs-Or] Online Northwest 2021 Virtual Conference Call for proposals
monger at wou.edu
Mon Jan 11 16:11:24 PST 2021
Online Northwest 2021 Virtual Conference Call for proposals
Online Northwest is pleased to announce we will be hosting a virtual
conference March 26, 2021. We are looking for proposals for 45-minute
online sessions on the theme: Adaptation, Resilience, and What Comes Next
Online Northwest 2021: Adaptation, Resilience, and What Comes Next
Deadline: January 15th, 2021 at 5pm
Conference date & location: March 26, 2021 -- Virtual
Registration opens: February 1, 2021
Online Northwest is a conference focusing on libraries and the technologies
they use to manage, create, and share information. It is a conference open
for anyone who uses and interacts with information from librarians to
programmers and system administrators. Information about conference
registration will be posted February 1st.
This year the conference will be held virtually. All presentations and
workshops will be held online.
Online Northwest seeks proposals for 45-minute presentations and panels,
Sessions will address technical, social, and policy issues associated with
information technology, information management, and librarianship.
Academic, public, school, and special librarians are strongly encouraged to
Proposals will be accepted until 5pm on January 15, 2021.
To submit a proposal, follow this link and create an account:
For more information about Online Northwest, please see our website:
If you have any questions please contact the conference co-chairs:
Diana J. Castillo - Diana.Castillo at oregonstate.edu
Robert Monge - monger at wou.edu
Western Oregon University
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