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Call for presentations and posters at the UPRLC Annual Conference!
We’re excited to be Together Again in Marquette!
Do you have an interesting project or experience that you would like to share with others? Have you come up with innovative ways of marketing your library or doing community outreach? The Upper Peninsula Region of Library Cooperation Annual Conference is a great opportunity to network and share information and ideas with other librarians. Just fill in the simple proposal form with a brief description of your session. The UPRLC Annual Conference registration fee will be waived for all those presenting a breakout session at the meeting. Each breakout session is approximately 45 minutes long, or if you prefer, share your project, service, or idea by creating a poster instead.
Popular session topics include (but are not limited to):
Technology in Libraries
Marketing and Promotion Ideas
Management and Budgeting
Changing Role of Libraries
This year’s conference will be held in Marquette, on September 30, 2022, at the Peter White Public Library.
About the UPRLC - http://joomla.uproc.lib.mi.us/uproc/
EBLIP seeks to add five writers to the Evidence Summaries Team. Evidence summaries are critical appraisal syntheses, which provide analysis regarding the validity and reliability of the methodology used in an original research article. As such, they are a key component of EBLIP to aid readers in making informed decisions in their local practice. Evidence Summaries Team members are required to write two evidence summaries per year, with a two-year commitment to the journal. Evidence Summaries cover all areas of library and information studies and we encourage applications from information professionals in areas such as school, public, and special libraries, as well as academic settings.
Contribute a chapter to the Open Access book "Social Aspects of Ageing - Selected Challenges, Analyses, and Solutions"
The Blog Editors of Art Library Students & New ARLIS Professionals (ArLiSNAP) would like to invite guest writers to contribute to our blog: http://arlisnap.arlisna.org/
This writing opportunity is open to all! We welcome posts from art information paraprofessionals, professionals, students, and prospective art librarians! This could include anyone working with visual and performing arts, new media, and other arts-related collections. We also welcome posts from people who started their careers in librarianship and/or art information but have moved on to other arts-adjacent fields.
Choose from one of our suggested themes below, or propose a topic of your own! You do not need to have any previous writing experience. We will work with you to edit your work.
Please send an email to email@example.com expressing your interest and proposed topic.
Review a conference or seminar (including virtual webinars and other online experiences)
Highlight your experiences transitioning from a student to a new professional
Share an interesting read about librarianship or another information services-adjacent topic
What are you working on? Share the process of a professional project or your personal art, music, writing, etc.
Discuss an internship, fellowship, or first-year librarian experience
Have something to share with other business librarians? Interested in seeing your name in print? Want to add another line to your CV?
The Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship is seeking reviews of databases, websites, books and/or data sets, for publication in future issues.Want to be an author but not quite ready to dive into a full study or original manuscript? Write reviews of business research databases, books, data sets, or web sites! Examples of recent reviews include Simmons Insights and Strauss’s Handbook of Business Information: A Guide For Librarians, Students, and Researchers, 4th Edition.
Call for Submissions: 2022 PR Xchange Awards Competition
sponsored by the Awards and Scholarships Subcommittee of Core, a division of the American Library Association (ALA)
Submission form: https://bit.ly/PRX-2022
Updated FAQ (for 2022): https://www.ala.org/
Deadline: April 15, 2022
After a year-long hiatus, we’re very excited to announce the call for the 2022 PR Xchange Awards Competition! Libraries everywhere are producing creative and engaging promotional materials: newsletters, program announcements, annual reports, advocacy materials, fundraising messages, reading celebrations, and much more. Now is the time to receive recognition for your library’s dedicated and thoughtful work. The call for submissions for the 2022 PR Xchange Awards competition is now live!
About the PR Xchange Awards Competition
The 2022 PR Xchange Awards Competition recognizes the very best promotional materials produced by libraries in the past year. The PR Xchange Awards Competition is sponsored by Core, a division of the American Library Association (ALA). The PR Xchange Awards Competition is overseen by the PR Xchange Committee.
This year’s competition will recognize original materials produced during the 2020 and 2021 calendar years. Please note that this competition assesses a library's individual
This year we will only accept digital submissions If your promotional material is in print, please scan and send as a digital file. Please do not mail any printed submissions.
Winners will be notified in early May 2022. Winning entries will be on display during the PR Xchange Event during the 2022 ALA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. The PR Xchange Award co-chairs will contact all those who submitted an entry. Awards will be presented to the winners at the PR Xchange Awards ceremony following the PR Xchange Event in the same space. Award winners need not be present to win, but are encouraged to attend.
About the PR Xchange Event at ALA Annual
The PR Xchange is a drop-in style event at the ALA Annual Conference. It will be held on Sunday June 26, 2022 at the ALA Conference Exhibit Hall, Special Events Area in Washington, DC. Attendees are invited to view and take free copies of award-winning promotional materials from the juried PR Xchange awards, as well as promotional materials from libraries across North America. Attendees can learn how to improve their own promotional materials by talking with PR Xchange award winners, John Cotton Dana Award Winners, and other invited library marketing experts. Each year, we invite a variety of library marketing experts, John Cotton Dana Awards winners, and library marketing authors to join our event for conversation and exchange of ideas.
The PR Xchange Event and the PR Xchange Awards Competition are both coordinated by the PR Xchange Committee, and sponsored by the Awards and Scholarships subcommittee of Core.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Best of luck to all participants!
Mark Aaron Polger and Naomi Gold, co-chairs
2022 PR Xchange Awards Competition
PR Xchange Committee
Awards and Scholarships Subcommittee
Core, a division of the American Library Association (ALA)