The deadline for submitting a poster proposal to the Michigan Library Association's Academic Libraries Conference 2015 has been extended to Monday, February 16th. If you have been considering submitting but were running afoul of Monday's deadline, now's your chance to get your proposal in!
Michigan Library Association
Academic Libraries Conference: May 28-29, 2015
Bay City, Michigan
Call for posters: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/12I40TA_VVR39Hrh44f-IqTDHx8QyKBzXzw7mfFzj6yw/viewform
We're interested in thoughtful proposals on topics in every area of librarianship, from the front lines and from behind the scenes, addressing the range of issues of critical concern to academic libraries. Broad participation is encouraged from librarians, staff and administrators from all types of academic libraries (including but not limited to public universities, private colleges and community colleges).
Proposals should include a description of no more than 300 words. Proposals will be evaluated on relevance to academic library profession, originality and creativity and clarity/applicability of content and outcomes.
Please submit your program proposal by February 16th, 2015. Any questions may be sent to Joshua Neds-Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.