Friday, March 21, 2008

CFP: Internet@Schools West

CFP: Internet@Schools West
October 20-21, 2008
Monterey, CA
Deadline: April 21, 2008

We're seeking presenters for our Internet@Schools West 2008 conference, to be held in Monterey, California, October 20-21, 2008. Sponsored by MultiMedia & Internet@Schools magazine, the conference covers practical and timely technology-related topics and technology-based tools and resources for K-12 media and technology specialists. It is held in conjunction with the Internet Librarian 2008 conference.

If you're somehow keeping up in this age of the participatory, "content creationary," interactive, 2.0 Internet and all that it offers educators and students! … and in the ongoing era of NCLB mandates, shrinking budgets, mushrooming lists of curriculum standards … not to mention all the new literacies—from information, to visual, to technology, to online social literacy—to teach to your students … then 1) you're remarkable, and 2) *we want to hear from you! Please consider volunteering to speak at Internet@Schools West.*

All speakers receive a full, complimentary registration to the Internet@Schools West and Internet Librarian 2008 conferences, plus great recognition from their peers. So think over your latest success stories or technology ventures and go to

Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you soon. The deadline for proposals is April 21, so think quickly and send in your ideas!

Conference Co-Chairs
David Hoffman
Editor, *MultiMedia & Internet@Schools Magazine*

Susan Geiger
Librarian, Moreau Catholic High School
Hayward, California

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

CFP: Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference 2008

CFP: Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference 2008
July 9, 2008
Hosted by Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania


March 18, 2008, Lewisburg, PA -- Bucknell University's Library & Technology Division is pleased to issue this Call for Proposals for the first Mid-Atlantic Digital Library Conference. The conference goal is to bring together librarians and technologists from a wide range of cultural heritage institutions such as colleges and universities, libraries, museums, historical societies, and art galleries, who are interested in providing digital access to their collections. The
conference seeks to support this community through a mix of speakers, contributed papers and posters, workshops, and engaging discussion. The conference will be held on July 9, 2008.

Librarians, technologists, and other information professionals with responsibility for or an interest in digitization projects, metadata, and digital library systems. Sessions will range in scope and depth. Some sessions will be appropriate for those with no prior knowledge in
the field, while others will be more technical in nature.

Conference Topics
Conference presentations are sought in all areas related to digital libraries, including the following:

- Case studies
- Collaborative projects
- Digital content for teaching (K-12)
- Digital content for teaching (higher education)
- Digital images
- Digital library systems and architecture
- Digital projects -- archives and historical societies
- Digital projects -- museums and art galleries
- Digital projects -- public libraries
- Digital projects -- special libraries
- Digitizing art collections and other rare/fragile materials
- Encoded Archival Description (EAD)
- Getting started with digitization projects
- Grant-funded projects
- Metadata
- Working with faculty
- Working with students
- Working with IT staff

We encourage proposals targeted at all levels of experience (introductory, intermediate, and advanced) and a wide range of audiences (academic librarians, public librarians, special/corporate librarians, archivists, museum curators, digital library technologists, library
administrators, library/information science graduate students).

The program committee hopes to have several tracks to accommodate a wide
range of topics, experience levels, and audiences.

Presentation Formats
Proposals are invited for a variety of formats: lecture-style
presentations, panel discussions, and posters.

Submitting a Proposal
Email proposals to Proposals must include the
following information:

Proposed session title
One- to two-paragraph abstract
Name(s) and contact information for all presenters
Type of session being proposed (lecture-style presentation, panel
discussion, or poster)
For lecture-style presentations: level of experience (introductory,
intermediate, or advanced)

Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Notification to proposal
authors is expected to occur by early May.

Feel free to contact Bucknell University's Digital Initiatives Group
[] if you have questions or proposal ideas you would
like to discuss before submitting a proposal.

Conference Location
Bucknell University is located in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. The campus is
in a beautiful rural setting adjacent to the Susquehanna River.
Harrisburg and State College (home of Penn State University) are about
an hour away; New York, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and
Pittsburgh are approximately a three- to four-hour drive.

Abby Clobridge
Digital Initiatives Group Leader
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA 17837

(570) 577-3913

Call for Reviewers: Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship

Call for Reviewers: Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship

Are you interested in authoring book reviews for future issues of the Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship? If so, please contact me directly by email (

In your message, please indicate your areas of expertise or interest (such as finance, marketing, or specific industries, etc) and include your postal mailing address. As the new book review editor, I look forward to welcoming new reviewers and working with established JBFL reviewers.


About the Journal (from Haworth Press):

The Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship is an innovative quarterly journal that provides you with useful articles about the creation, organization, dissemination, retrieval, and use of business information. This refereed journal covers the business information needs of special libraries, academic libraries, and public libraries, as well as information services and centers outside of the traditional library setting. You'll find that the journal is international in scope, reflecting the multinational and international scope of the business community today.

The immediate focus of the journal is practice-oriented articles, but it also provides an outlet for new empirical studies on business librarianship and business information. Aside from articles, this journal offers valuable statistical and meeting reports, literature and media reviews, Web site reviews, and interviews.

Recent issues of the Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship have covered topics such as:
• political risk and country risk, some of the factors and methods used in foreign country risk analysis, and a variety of political risk sources
• the structure of the National Trade Data Bank, a comparison of the three versions of it currently on the market, and detailed descriptions of many of the database's most useful programs
• how and why intranets developed and how they can be used as strategic business tools that empower an organization to meet its corporate vision
• an analysis of the public rankings of in Canadian business periodicals and a retrieval tool for such information
• an effective and practical way to get business students familiar with various library resources
• a selective review of some of the business dictionaries in print
Special thematic issues of the journal have covered:
• Marketing Information
• The Core Business Web
• Distance Learning Librarianship

Product Details:
ISSN: 0896-3568 Electronic - ISSN: 1547-0644 SKU: J109v13

Current Volume:
Volume 13, No. 1¬Fall 2007.
Volume 14, No. 1¬Fall 2008. Quarterly (4 issues per volume).

Glenn S. McGuigan
Book Review Editor, Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship
Business & Public Administration Reference Librarian
Penn State Harrisburg Library
351 Olmsted Drive
Middletown, PA 17057-4850
Phone: 717-948-6078 / Email: / IM: GlennPSHLibrary

Friday, March 14, 2008

CFP: Conference on Natural Computation, Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery

CFP: Conference on Natural Computation, Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery
Date: August 25-27, 2008
Jinan China

The 4th International Conference on Natural Computation (ICNC'08)
The 5th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and
Knowledge Discovery (FSKD'08)

25-27 August 2008, Jinan, China

*** Submission Deadline: 25 March 2008 ***


Call for Papers, Invited Sessions & Sponsorship

The joint ICNC'08-FSKD'08 will be held in Jinan, China. Jinan is the
capital of Shandong Province, which is known for the home of Confucius,
the Taishan Mountain, and the Baotu Spring.

ICNC'08-FSKD'08 aims to provide an international forum for scientists
and researchers to present the state of the art of intelligent methods
inspired from nature, including biological, ecological, and physical
systems, with applications to data mining, manufacturing, design, and
more. It is an exciting and emerging interdisciplinary area in which a
wide range of techniques and methods are being studied for dealing with
large, complex, and dynamic problems.

Previously, the joint conferences in 2005, 2006 and 2007 each attracted
over 3000 submissions from more than 30 countries.

All accepted papers will appear in conference proceedings published by
the IEEE and will be indexed by both EI and ISTP. Furthermore, extended
versions of selected papers will be published in a special issue of
Soft Computing: An International Journal (SCI indexed).

To promote international participation of researchers from outside the
country/region where the conference is held (i.e., China), foreign
experts are encouraged to propose invited sessions. Each invited
session should have at least 4 papers. Invited session organizers will
solicit submissions, conduct reviews and recommend accept/reject
decisions on the submitted papers. All invited session organizers will
be acknowledged in the conference proceedings. Each invited session
proposal should include the following information: (1) the name(s) and
contact information of invited session organizer(s); (2) the title and
a short synopsis of the invited session. Please send your proposal to

For more information, visit the conference web page. If you have any
questions after visiting the conference web page, please email the
secretariat at

Join us at this major event in historic Jinan !!!

Thursday, March 13, 2008

CFP: Special Issue of Library Hi Tech: New OPAC solutions

CFP: Special Issue of Library Hi Tech: New OPAC solutions

This is a call for articles for a special issue of _Library Hi Tech_, whose focus will be on new-look and open-source OPAC solutions. The editor of this special issue is looking for innovative and interesting ways that libraries are either adding 3rd party software front-ends to their OPACs, 3rd party software back-ends that power-use structured metadata, or open-source OPAC replacements as add-ons or are totally reconstructed for new uses and applications of the structured metadata. Applications that focus on user needs, user ease-of-use, and Library 2.0
ideas are especially encouraged.

If you are interested in submitting an article, please send a short proposal, discussing the topic and a suggested title, to the email below by March 30, 2008. Draft articles are due to the editor by October 1, 2008. Inquiries and questions are also welcome.

Dr. Brad Eden
Associate University Librarian for Technical Services and Scholarly
University of California, Santa Barbara
Associate Editor, _Library Hi Tech_

CFP: Internet Librarian (2008)

CFP: Internet Librarian (2008)
Location: Monterey, California
Date: October 20 – 22, 2008
Deadline: March 26, 2008

Information Today, Inc. returns to Monterey once again in 2008 to present the 12th annual Internet Librarian – the ONLY conference for information professionals who are using, developing, and embracing Internet, Intranet, and Web-based strategies in their roles as information architects and navigators,Webmasters and Web managers, content evaluators and developers, taxonomists, searchers, community builders, information providers, trainers, guides, and more.

Beyond 2.0: User-Focused Tools & Practices
Web 2.0 tools and practices, web services, social media, and new platforms of social computing are enabling libraries and information professionals to interact with their clients and communities in new and exciting ways. New tools and processes have ignited creative integrated content mashups, specialized and personalized services for community segments, and exciting new techniques for dealing with voluminous information flows, including user-generated content. Our conference theme, Beyond 2.0: User-Focused Tools & Practices, captures leading edge online initiatives and innovations in all types of information enterprises, tools and techniques for enhancing user-friendly digital information flows, radical new ideas for roles and values of information professionals, information discovery and visualization methods for dealing with today’s information overload, building new communities and supporting online connections in engaging ways, and more. Join us at the most comprehensive conference for library and information professionals interested in technology to discover the insights, strategies and practices that will allow us to tame the net, manage libraries and digital information, and enhance the information and learning experience of people in our communities. Internet Librarian 2008 provides attendees with many chances to meet and hear from leading edge information professionals in all types of environments – leaders in the information industry who are integrating content and delighting their clients, organizing and managing digital content in creative ways, setting the context for excellence in information utilization in their organizations, revolutionizing the roles of info pros, building strong collaborative communities among their customers and colleagues, and using new technologies in creative and exciting ways.

Information Today Inc., a key provider of technology conferences for over twenty five years, is pleased to announce the 12th annual Internet Librarian – the ONLY conference for information professionals who are using, developing, and embracing Internet, Intranet, and Web-based strategies in their roles as information architects and navigators, webmasters and web managers, content evaluators, developers and integrators, taxonomists, searchers, community builders, information providers, trainers, guides, and more. This comprehensive conference and exhibition offers a wide-ranging program designed to meet the needs of librarians, information managers, systems professionals, researchers, content managers and information specialists.

Internet Librarian 2008 caters to all interests and all levels of knowledge with four simultaneous tracks plus many workshop and networking opportunities. This year’s tracks encompass such topics as: Information Discovery & Search, Leading Edge Technologies, Managing Digital and Knowledge Assets, Web Tools, Intranets & Portals, eLearning & Training, Case Studies of Internet and Intranet Librarians, Web Development & Management, Enterprise Trends, Virtual Worlds, e-Resources & Digital Libraries, Blogging, Wikis & Social Computing, Distance Learning & Instruction, Gaming, Streaming Media, Search Engines, Content Management, Integration & Mashups, Planning for the Future, and more. Speakers are knowledgeable, authoritative and focus on practical applications, new tools and techniques, case studies as well as technical and managerial issues. Please consider sending us a proposal to speak. Following is a list of some topics we hope to cover, but don’t let this list limit your imagination! We look forward to hearing from you.

CFP: Internet Librarian International (London)

CFP: Internet Librarian International (London)
October 16-17, 2008
London, England

The deadline for the Call for Speakers for Internet Librarian International, to be held in London (UK) 16-17 October 2008, is coming right up. It's the end of this month, March 2008. Looking forward to seeing some requests to speak from fellow buslibbers! The call is at


Marydee Ojala
Chair, Internet Librarian International

CFP: Sofia 2008: Globalization and the Management of Information Resources

CFP: Sofia 2008: Globalization and the Management of Information Resources
12-14 November 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria

On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, we would like to invite you
to participate in Sofia 2008: Globalization and the Management of Information
Resources, 12-14 November 2008 hosted by The School of Library & Information
Management, Emporia State University, Kansas, USA; the Department of Library
and Information Sciences, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University of Sofia,
Sofia, Bulgaria; the University of Kansas Libraries, Kansas, USA; Seton Hall
University Library, New Jersey, USA; James A. Michener Library, University of
Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA.

Sofia 2008 is part of an international conference series that has been hosted
in Kansas City, Kansas (1995), Warsaw, Poland (1997) and Sofia, Bulgaria (2000,
2002, 2004, & 2006). The conference series is devoted to interpreting trends,
patterns of globalization and their effects on the development of library
services, and the development of information infrastructure.

The conference themes this year are:

• Access to electronic networks
• Organization, classification and retrieval in a web environment
• Information industry & knowledge management
• Information literacy and lifelong learning
• Digital and virtual libraries
• Information architecture and knowledge management
• Information policy issues in an electronic environment
• Digital rights management (DRM)
• Education and training in a Web 2.0 environment
• Ethics and the right to access to information

Also, a special session is planned on the role of libraries in the capture,
access, preservation, and use of indigenous knowledge

Please send your submission of contact information, title and abstract of no
more than 500 words by MONDAY, 9 JUNE to the conference e-mail address: Notification of acceptance to the program will be made
by 30 JUNE, and to include the paper in the published conference proceedings,
the final copy is due by 15 OCTOBER.

Please note that all participants will pay registration. A small number of
stipends are available for East European colleagues to support conference
attendance. Preference will be given to those individuals presenting papers or
reports. For conference support please get in touch with Dr. Alexander
Dimchev. E-mail: or

Participation is also available for students in a special concurrent poster
session. Interested students should submit contact information, poster title
and a brief summary (150 words) to Ms. Perri Parise at by 3
JUNE. Students will be notified of acceptance by 24 JUNE.

More details about the conference can be found at You may direct questions
to Rebecca Miller Banner, conference organizer, at

We look forward to receiving your proposal and hope you’ll be able to join us
in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Chairs Herbert Achleitner and Alexander Dimchev

Herbert K. Achleitner, PhD
School of Library & Information Management
Emporia State University
Emporia, Kansas, USA

Alexander Dimchev, PhD
Dean, Faculty of Philosophy
University of Sofia
Sofia, Bulgaria

Monday, March 10, 2008

CFP: Library and Archival Security (Peer Reviewed Journal)

CFP: Library and Archival Security (Peer Reviewed Journal)

Peer-reviewed and refereed, Library and Archival Security publishes papers on all aspects of security in libraries, archives, and other information centers, including physical security; data and communications security; relevant legislation; disaster preparedness and recovery; and studies of related social, legal, and ethical issues. The journal publishes research papers, case studies, and book and software reviews on anything which can adversely affect the delivery of services to their intended audiences. Papers of an historical nature are currently being sought, along with ones about disaster preparedness and recovery, and attendant legal issues. Library & Archival Security also contains research reports and case studies.

Intended for scholars and practitioners in the fields of library and archival science concerned with the security and availability of traditional and digital collections, Library & Archival Security
contains articles of theoretical and practical importance, on such topics as:

theft detection and prevention
related inventory methods
security systems and equipment
incidents involving public behavior and safety in libraries
challenges posed by digital collections and the Internet
the security, integrity, and confidentiality of electronic records,
networks, and communications, library Internet sites, and local library
automation systems
the legal and ethical implications of library record keeping

Instructions for authors are available at

For additional information, please contact the editor,

Christopher Brown-Syed,
skype: cbrownsyed

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Library Journal Call for Reviewers

Library Journal Call for Reviewers


LJ Call For Reviewers Library Journal is seeking book reviewers in the following categories: biography, business/economics, communications, history (Ancient through 20th century, U.S. and non-U.S.), law/crime, political science/current events (domestic and international), and social science.

You: a librarian or academic with subject knowledge, able to read and assess books in your area with efficiency. Your reviews appear under your byline. Please send resume, subject interests, and a short writing sample to Margaret Heilbrun (

CFP: Collections 2008: Collections 3.0

CFP: Collections 2008: Collections 3.0

The Sheraton Wall Centre
Vancouver, British Columbia

The deadline for submission of proposals is this Friday, March 7, 2008

Wednesday, May 21, 2008, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Deadline: March 7, 2008

The Collection Development & Management Interest Group of the Canadian Library Association seeks proposals for papers that deal with a "Collections 3.0" theme or other collections-related topics and should result in a presentation of about 30 minutes in length. Each presentation should feature one or two speakers. Papers with broad applications or with applications to more than one library sector or community of users will be given preference. Panel proposals will also
be considered. Proposals will be reviewed by a committee of three collections librarians.

Deadline for submission of proposals: *March 7, 2008 *

Send proposals, including a short abstract, to:

Andrew Waller
MLB 402B
University of Calgary Library
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary, AB
T3K 2C3
(403) 220-8133 voice
(403) 284-2109 fax

CFP: ALCTS CCS Heads of Cataloging Discussion Group (ALA Annual)

CFP: ALCTS CCS Heads of Cataloging Discussion Group (ALA Annual)

The ALCTS CCS Heads of Cataloging Discussion Group is tentatively scheduled to meet during the ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim on Monday, June 30, 2008, from 8:00 to 10:00 am. Please consider submitting a proposal for presentation and discussion. We invite cataloging managers in all types of libraries to submit proposals. In addition to discussing topics of current
interest, we offer an opportunity to share vacancy announcements in the group.

The charge for the discussion group is:
To discuss policy, implementation, quality control of bibliographic and authority records, work flow, personnel including supervision, motivation and other issues of concern to the members of the group. The group will provide a forum for discussing techniques and exchanging information.

The ALA Annual ’08 proposed topic for Heads of Cataloging DG session is:

“Perspectives on the state of cataloging education, hiring, and on-the job training as viewed by experienced cataloging librarians”

Possible presentation topics include but are not limited to: (1) Developing and implementing training plans for new cataloging librarians; (2) Minimum requirements for new hires (e.g., copy cataloging experience, cataloging internships, or cataloging experience while enrolled in a library science graduate program); (3) Cataloging managers’ perspectives on the state of cataloging education in graduate programs; and (4) Managers’ views on the ability to receive strong pools of candidates for entry-level cataloging positions.

If you would like to submit a presentation proposal or to request more information about the topic, please contact one of us directly.

Thank you.

Marlena Frackowski, Chair

Dustin Larmore, Vice Chair/Chair Elect

Dustin P. Larmore
Cataloging and Metadata Services Librarian
Old Dominion University Libraries
Norfolk, VA 23529
Phone:(757) 683-4340
Fax: (757) 683-5954

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Invitation to Participate in the Poster Session: Learning Virtually (ALA Annual, 2008)

Invitation to Participate in the Poster Session: Learning Virtually (ALA Annual, 2008)

Many innovative technologies are available for delivering flexible and inexpensive on- and off-site training and professional development programs. What are you using?

Present a poster on what you're doing!
3:30-5:30pm on Saturday, June 28th
in Anaheim at ALA

Posters will highlight best practices and tools for individual or staff training in your library. Share your good ideas with colleagues!

Poster session will follow the program panel Learning Virtually: Online Professional Development for Library Workers with Tight Budgets and Full Schedules on Saturday, June 28th, 1:30-3:30 pm. For more information visit:

To submit your poster session idea for consideration please go to:

ALA information about poster sessions in general is available at:

Basically, poster sessions are an opportunity to informally present graphics and text about work you have done or are doing.

Usually posters are 4' x 8' or smaller - and in this case, must be self-standing (this location will not be providing boards for display). If you supplement your poster with computer graphics or other technology, you will need to bring your own projection equipment, laptops, etc.

Members of the Joint ACRL CJCLS-CLS-DLS Program Committee will be evaluating submissions on an ongoing basis through March 30, 2008.

The program and poster session are co-sponsored by the College Libraries Section, Community & Junior College Libraries Section, and the Distance Learning Section of ACRL.


Keith Powell
Head of Acquisitions - The UC Irvine Libraries
949-824-8704 --

Monday, March 03, 2008

Last Call for Papers/Abstracts and Invited Sessions Proposals for EISTA 2008

Last Call for Papers/Abstracts and Invited Sessions Proposals for EISTA 2008,
(Orlando, Florida, USA. June 29th- July 2nd, 2008)

Papers/Abstracts Submissions and Invited Sessions Proposal: April 3rd, 2008
Authors Notification: April 25th, 2008
Camera-ready, full papers: May 22nd, 2008

All Submitted papers will be reviewed by a double-blind (at least three reviewers), non-blind, and participative peer review. These three kinds of review will support the selection process of those that will be accepted for their presentation at the conference, as well as those to be selected for their publication in JSCI Journal.

Authors of accepted papers who registered in the conference can have access to the evaluations and possible feedback provided by the reviewers who recommended the acceptance of their papers/abstracts, so they can accordingly improve the final version of their papers. Non-registered authors may not have access to the reviews of their respective submissions.

The registration fee of effective invited session organizers will be waived and they will receive at the registration desk, for free, 1) a package of 4 DVDs and one CD containing the 6-hour tutorial "Fundamentals and History of Cybernetics: Development of the Theory of Complex Adaptive Systems" and 2) a second 4-DVDs/1-CD package 6-hours tutorial titled "Cybernetic Management". The market price of each of these packages is US $ 295. Twelve more benefits for invited session organizers are listed at EISTA 2008 web page.

For submissions or Invited Sessions Proposals, please go to the web site:

Authors of the best 10%-20% of the papers presented at the conference will be invited to adapt their papers for their publication in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics.

Each session to be included in the conference program will have corresponding electronic pre-conference and post-conference sessions for 15 days each. In the electronic pre-conference sessions authors will have access to the papers to be presented at their session and to an associated electronic forum, so they can be better prepared for their conference face-to-face session. Similarly, electronic post-conference sessions will complement and support a follow-up of the respective conference sessions, via an electronic forum and the possibility of evaluating papers presented at the associated session. These evaluations will also support the selection process for the papers to be published in JSCI journal.

CFP: OVGTSL 2008 (Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians)

CFP: OVGTSL 2008 (Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians)
THEME: Technical Services Taking Flight: Soaring to New Heights of Innovation

The Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians (OVGTSL), serving
Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio, will hold its annual conference at the
Hope Hotel and Conference Center, Dayton, Ohio, May 14-16, 2008.

Featured Speakers: Karen Calhoun, V.P. OCLC Worldcat & Metadata Services, and Thomas Mann, Reference Librarian, Library of Congress

The OVGTSL Program Planning Committee invites proposals for 50-minute presentations that explore the spectrum of library technical services. Presentations relating to academic, public, or special libraries from historical, theoretical, practical or visionary perspectives are welcome. Please visit for more detailed information.

OVGTSL invites all interested persons to submit proposals and suggested topics/speakers. Please include the following in your submission:
Name, Title, Institution, Address, E-mail address, Telephone number of all presenter(s)
Contact (primary) presenter Title of presentation Abstract (not to exceed 200 words)
Format: Individual presentation, panel discussion, poster session, etc. Equipment Needs

Proposals should be sent electronically as an e-mail attachment in Word or text format to:
Emily Hicks, Director of Information Acquisition & Organization, University of Dayton.

Extended Deadline: March 10, 2008

Last Call for Proposals for Juried Papers to be Presented at ALA Annual Conference 2008

Last Call for Proposals for Juried Papers to be Presented at ALA Annual Conference 2008

Time is running out to submit a proposal for the Juried Papers to be presented in Anaheim at the ALA Annual Conference. If you have useful research, subject expertise, or innovative ideas to share with your colleagues we invite you to submit a proposal.

Proposals which are accepted will be presented on Monday, June 30 and Tuesday, July 1, 2008. For more detailed information go to:

To submit a proposal, please download and complete the proposal form. Email the completed form and detailed abstract to Kimberly Arnold at If you have questions regarding the submission process please contact Kimberly at 312-280-3216.
The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2008. No late entries will be accepted.